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Twenty-Eight Types of Kidney Complications Reported Following COVID-19 Vaccination

March 16, 2024

Despite their relative rarity, kidney disorders occurring after COVID-19 vaccination haven’t received the attention they warrant. A healthy 20-year-old man took his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and six days later, he was admitted to the hospital. His kidney function had deteriorated, and he was subsequently diagnosed with drug-related acute interstitial nephritis, a type […]

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Fani Willis Calls Nathan Wade ‘Brave’ as She Accepts His Resignation From Georgia Trump Case

March 16, 2024

This comes as judge also criticizes Ms. Willis for making a racially charged speech at an Atlanta church on Jan. 14. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has accepted the resignation of lead prosecutor Nathan Wade, with whom she was having an affair, calling him “brave” for taking on a high-profile case against former President […]

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Rams All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald retires

March 16, 2024

Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald announced Friday that he’s hanging up his cleats after a 10-year career, spent entirely with the Rams. The team, then located in St. Louis, drafted him in 2014. Donald was named the Defensive Rookie of the Year that year, and he was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of […]

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Former Vice President Pence Declines to Endorse Trump for 2024 Presidential Run

March 15, 2024

The former vice president said he believes President Trump has turned away from some of the conservative principles his administration supported. Former Vice President Mike Pence said during a March 15 interview that he would not be endorsing former President Donald Trump in the 2024 general election. “It should come as no surprise that I […]

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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Signs Law to Discipline ‘Rogue’ Prosecutors Amid Fani Willis Controversy

March 15, 2024

A law enacted by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp empowers a new commission to discipline ‘rogue’ prosecutors. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a bill into law that revives an oversight panel with powers to discipline and remove wayward county prosecutors, and which could potentially target alleged misconduct by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in […]

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FDA Notice: Pet Owners Should Watch for Unusual Behavior Amid Recalls

March 15, 2024

The FDA issued a warning that veterinarians and pet owners should be alert for any unusual pet behavior in connection to recalled eyedrops. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning that veterinarians and pet owners should be alert for any unusual pet behavior in connection to recalled eyedrops. In a notice posted […]

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North Dakota Voters Will Decide If State Should Cap Age of Congressional Candidates at 80

March 15, 2024

To get the measure on the June ballot, Retire Congress North Dakota gathered just over 42,000 voter signatures. The question has been around for ages: How old is too old to hold office? While many would say the answer depends on an individual’s mental acuity, in North Dakota some citizens have landed on a specific […]

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US Might Use Guantanamo Bay to Process, Repatriate Haitians

March 15, 2024

DHS is considering using the military base again for these purposes if Haiti’s crisis worsens and more of its citizens continue to flee to the United States. The United States is considering using a naval facility at Guantanamo Bay to process and repatriate illegal immigrants coming from Haiti, White House national security spokesman John F. […]

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Illinois Primaries Kick Off, and They’re Not Just Presidential

March 15, 2024

Real estate transfer taxes, the Israel-Gaza war, and competing allegations of ethics violations are worth watching in Chicago and the Land of Lincoln. Illinois is holding primaries this Tuesday, March 19—and while the presidential contests are now of less interest, they won’t be the only races that day in the Land of Lincoln. That day’s […]

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State Department Sanctions 3 More Israeli Settlers Over ‘Extremist Violence’ Against Palestinians

March 15, 2024

The Biden administration’s State Department has sanctioned three Israeli settlers and two outposts accused of harassing and attacking Palestinians in the West Bank, marking the second round of sanctions against Israelis accused of “extremist violence.” The State Department identified the settlers as Zvi Bar Yosef, Moshe Sharvit, and Neriya Ben Pazi in a March 14 […]