September 25, 2023

Unless the proverbial “Hail Mary pass” is delivered in the House of Representatives, it looks like the government is headed for a shutdown. While most people across the nation may not feel immediate effects from it, of course, unless you’re a government worker or in the military and you don’t get your paycheck, a shutdown will seem far removed from everyday lives — until it all catches up in the economy. Then we all may encounter rough times; Climate change is spawning apocalyptic-type weather events around the world that has been religious institutions worried about the impact on their holiest and most sacred sites; Hand-in-hand with those worries is a new worry flagged by climate researchers who’ve identified a new trend in climate change denials; It’s common knowledge that the US military isn’t as ‘uniform’ as they look in military parades. There’s still discrimination, hazing-type events, sexual harassment and assaults on women and thanks to a new study, we discover some soldiers are living in squalid conditions; and Traffic stops may be one of the most dangerous acts for a police officer to conduct. Now, there’s a new app that lets you video chat with the cop pulling you over. Go beyond the headlines…

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Extreme Weather Threatens Global Religious Sites

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Thousands of US troops live in filthy conditions: government report

A climate scientist on how to recognize the new climate change denial

We carry DNA from extinct cousins like Neanderthals. Science is now revealing their genetic legacy

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New App Lets You Video Chat With The Cop Thats Pulling You over

Workers uncover eight mummies and pre-Inca objects while expanding the gas network in Peru

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