June 15, 2022

Fears of a recession increasingly loom on the horizon. But how does it affect each of us?; Ukraine President Zelensky pleads for more weapons and NATO is amplifying the call. Yet, how much more financial support can we give? With global food security hanging in the balance, because of Russia’s attack, and the increasing number of murdered Ukrainians, isn’t it time all the countries who supplied weapons and earmarked aid money back up our monetary investment with our troops fighting beside the brave Ukrainian soldiers? A tipping point is coming soon; Authorities aren’t just alarmed but downright scared over the Colorado River’s low water levels; and Researchers find ancient Chiapas skulls deliberately deformed for one purpose. Go beyond the headlines…

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