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Biden says US ‘committed’ to defending Taiwan from China, signaling break with decades-long ‘strategic ambiguity’ policy

President Joe Biden has vowed to defend Taiwan militarily in the event of a Chinese invasion, claiming Washington has a “commitment” to do so, despite having no defense pact with the island, breaking with years of US policy. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Biden says US ‘committed’ to defending Taiwan from China, signaling break with decades-long ‘strategic ambiguity’ policy

President Joe Biden has vowed to defend Taiwan militarily in the event of a Chinese invasion, claiming Washington has a “commitment” to do so, despite having no defense pact with the island, breaking with years of US policy. Read Full Article at RT.com

More than HALF of Americans polled say they’ve been personally affected by supply shortages in US, new survey shows

A majority of Americans surveyed said they have personally faced shortages in common consumer goods, according to a new poll, which comes amid ongoing supply chain issues linked to Covid-19 and a dwindling national workforce. Read Full Article at RT.com
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More than HALF of Americans polled say they’ve been personally affected by supply shortages in US, new survey shows

A majority of Americans surveyed said they have personally faced shortages in common consumer goods, according to a new poll, which comes amid ongoing supply chain issues linked to Covid-19 and a dwindling national workforce. Read Full Article at RT.com

News Roundup: Bannon referred for criminal contempt, voting rights in danger, more COVID-19 news

In the news today: The House voted 229-202—with nine Republicans voting yes—to refer Steve Bannon to the Department of Justice to face criminal contempt charges for defying a congressional subpoena. Meanwhile, the rest of the Republicans se
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News Roundup: Bannon referred for criminal contempt, voting rights in danger, more COVID-19 news

In the news today: The House voted 229-202—with nine Republicans voting yes—to refer Steve Bannon to the Department of Justice to face criminal contempt charges for defying a congressional subpoena. Meanwhile, the rest of the Republicans seem to be getting very uncomfortable as the investigation continues. Democrats are spending a lot of time talking about the right to vote, but they know nuking the filibuster is the only way to do it. Gov. Ron Death DeSantis continues his efforts to kill Floridians, as a new and potentially more deadly variant emerges. Here's some of what you may have missed: Steve Bannon, crony extraordinaire to twice-impeached Trump, found in contempt of Congress Jan. 6 probe getting very, very uncomfortable for Republicans It’s the filibuster or democracy. We can’t have both DeSantis calls for a special session against vaccine mandates or what he calls 'forced injections' The U.K. may be seeing a new variant that is more contagious than delta Also trending from the community: Violent insurrectionist from alabama found hiding out in Alaska—arrested thanks to citizen tipster GETTR dumb: The Empty Grift network arrives at a Gab Parler like a flaming bag that needs stomping After arrest, Jan 6th insurrectionist Benjamin Martin is now Gandhi

National School Board Association head talked to White House for WEEKS before asking to rein in ‘domestic terrorist’ parents

Leaders of the US National School Board Association failed to consult their own board and were in touch with the White House before publishing a letter with a call to label unruly parents as “domestic terrorists," emails reveal. Read Full Article at RT.com
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National School Board Association head talked to White House for WEEKS before asking to rein in ‘domestic terrorist’ parents

Leaders of the US National School Board Association failed to consult their own board and were in touch with the White House before publishing a letter with a call to label unruly parents as “domestic terrorists," emails reveal. Read Full Article at RT.com

'I'm grateful you are all vaccinated': CNN anchor shares multiple sclerosis diagnosis

As cases of the novel coronavirus continue to spread across the country, the importance of being vaccinated has been stressed by various influential individuals. Health officials and others have not only emphasized the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine to av
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'I'm grateful you are all vaccinated': CNN anchor shares multiple sclerosis diagnosis

As cases of the novel coronavirus continue to spread across the country, the importance of being vaccinated has been stressed by various influential individuals. Health officials and others have not only emphasized the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine to avoid the spread of the virus but to protect those immunocompromised. In a shocking and brave reveal Tuesday, CNN anchor and Chief National Correspondent John King further emphasized the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine when he told viewers that he has multiple sclerosis and is immunocompromised. «I'm going to share a secret I've never shared before,» King said. «I have multiple sclerosis. So I'm grateful you're all vaccinated.» King shared his big “secret” during a discussion on General Colin Powell, who died of coronavirus complications on Oct.18. Powell was more susceptible to the virus because he had multiple myeloma, a cancer of plasma cells that suppresses the body's immune response. During the discussion on CNN’s Inside Politics, King noted that people should not only get vaccinated to protect themselves but to help protect those who are immunocompromised.

Rep. Gohmert asks why Rep. John Lewis wasn’t treated the same as Jan. 6 insurrectionists

If we ranked the many Republicans who supported, and still support, Donald Trump’s attempted coup d’etat by their level of enthusiasm for sedition, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas is probably at the top of the list. In the days leading up to the Jan. 6 insurr
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Rep. Gohmert asks why Rep. John Lewis wasn’t treated the same as Jan. 6 insurrectionists

If we ranked the many Republicans who supported, and still support, Donald Trump’s attempted coup d’etat by their level of enthusiasm for sedition, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas is probably at the top of the list. In the days leading up to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, Gohmert was openly suing then-Vice President Mike Pence in a bizarre attempt to say that, legally, Pence could ignore every single state in the Union’s votes and choose whichever person he wanted to become the next president. True story. Just a couple of days before a slew of delusional fascists would crash through the Capitol grounds, attack anyone in their way, vandalize the Capitol grounds, and threaten the safety of the entire legislative branch of the government (including Mike Pence), Gohmert was on Newsmax telling audiences not to wait for the series of frivolous Big Lie lawsuits to be thrown out of court, saying: “You gotta go the streets and be as violent as Antifa and BLM.”  And so it is no surprise that one of the most embarrassing humans to ever hold elected office, Louie Gohmert, equates the late civil rights leader and Georgia Rep. John Lewis’s peaceful, nonviolent sit-in protest on the House floor to demand action on gun safety legislation, with…  the January 6, insurrection. Wait, what? I said: Louie Gohmert is comparing Rep. John Lewis’ historic ‘good trouble’ to the January 6 insurrection. 

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LIC Housing, Can Fin Homes slip 8% post Q2; HDFC at record high on Q2 hopes

Analysts believe that HDFC was able to gain the market share, especially from other HFCs and even smaller banks, due to its superior liability franchise and lower cost of fund
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LIC Housing, Can Fin Homes slip 8% post Q2; HDFC at record high on Q2 hopes

Analysts believe that HDFC was able to gain the market share, especially from other HFCs and even smaller banks, due to its superior liability franchise and lower cost of fund

Prop gun kills cinematographer on set of Alec Baldwin's Rust - CNET

Halyna Hutchins and director Joel Souza «were shot when a prop firearm was discharged by Alec Baldwin,» according to the Santa Fe County Sheriff's office.
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Prop gun kills cinematographer on set of Alec Baldwin's Rust - CNET

Halyna Hutchins and director Joel Souza «were shot when a prop firearm was discharged by Alec Baldwin,» according to the Santa Fe County Sheriff's office.

What people are saying about China Evergrande Group

Shares of Evergrande, which is saddled with more than $300 billion in liabilities, rose as much as 8 percent early on October 22 after it wired funds to a trustee account for a bond interest payment
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What people are saying about China Evergrande Group

Shares of Evergrande, which is saddled with more than $300 billion in liabilities, rose as much as 8 percent early on October 22 after it wired funds to a trustee account for a bond interest payment

IRB Infra zooms 16%, stock up 39% in 3 days on plans to raise funds

The company's board meet is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 to also consider and approve a proposal of fund raising and also announce September quarter results
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IRB Infra zooms 16%, stock up 39% in 3 days on plans to raise funds

The company's board meet is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 to also consider and approve a proposal of fund raising and also announce September quarter results

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Sheriff reveals what killed California family of hikers

A family of hikers who mysteriously died two months ago along a hiking trail in California died from hyperthermia and probable dehydration, the Mariposa County Sheriff revealed.
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Sheriff reveals what killed California family of hikers

A family of hikers who mysteriously died two months ago along a hiking trail in California died from hyperthermia and probable dehydration, the Mariposa County Sheriff revealed.

Coverage Set for NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 Briefings, Events, Broadcasts

NASA will provide coverage of the upcoming prelaunch and launch activities for the agency’s SpaceX Crew-3 mission with astronauts to the International Space Station.
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Coverage Set for NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 Briefings, Events, Broadcasts

NASA will provide coverage of the upcoming prelaunch and launch activities for the agency’s SpaceX Crew-3 mission with astronauts to the International Space Station.

Should you mix and match COVID-19 vaccines?

Many people will now be able to «mix and match» COVID-19 booster shots — that is, get a different COVID-19 vaccine for a booster, the FDA announced Wednesday (Oct. 20).
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Should you mix and match COVID-19 vaccines?

Many people will now be able to «mix and match» COVID-19 booster shots — that is, get a different COVID-19 vaccine for a booster, the FDA announced Wednesday (Oct. 20).

Woman infected with COVID-19 for 335 days — longest on record

A woman who survived cancer was infected with the novel coronavirus for nearly a year, in the longest-ever reported case of COVID-19, according to a new study.
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Woman infected with COVID-19 for 335 days — longest on record

A woman who survived cancer was infected with the novel coronavirus for nearly a year, in the longest-ever reported case of COVID-19, according to a new study.

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Putt Around the Playable Artworks of ‘Par Excellence Redux: The Back 9,’ Now Open at Elmhurst Art Museum

The Back 9 of Par Excellence Redux, an artist-designed miniature golf course, is now open at the Elmhurst Art Museum. Curated by Colossal’s founder and editor-in-chief Christopher Jobson as part of an open call, the exhibition of playable artworks pays homa
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Putt Around the Playable Artworks of ‘Par Excellence Redux: The Back 9,’ Now Open at Elmhurst Art Museum

The Back 9 of Par Excellence Redux, an artist-designed miniature golf course, is now open at the Elmhurst Art Museum. Curated by Colossal’s founder and editor-in-chief Christopher Jobson as part of an open call, the exhibition of playable artworks pays homage to the incredibly popular Par Excellence, which opened in 1988 at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The Back 9, which runs through January 2, 2022, includes artists Wesley Baker, KT Duffy, Eve Fineman, Joshua Kirsch, Annalee Koehn, Vincent Lotesto, Joshua Lowe, Jim Merz, David Quednau, Donna Piacenza, and Liam Wilson & Anna Gershon. More

Three Sisters Face an Impending Climate Disaster in an Existential Stop-Motion Short

 What begins with a calm morning filled with stunningly bright sunlight quickly morphs into a short film of existential crises and the life-altering implications of climate disasters. Directed by Frédéric Even and Louise Mercadier with production by Papy
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Three Sisters Face an Impending Climate Disaster in an Existential Stop-Motion Short

 What begins with a calm morning filled with stunningly bright sunlight quickly morphs into a short film of existential crises and the life-altering implications of climate disasters. Directed by Frédéric Even and Louise Mercadier with production by Papy3D and JPL Films, “Sororal” is a profound stop-motion animation that follows three sisters as they react to warnings about the sea submerging the land. More

32 Wildly Different Cover Designs Interpret Dave Eggers’ New Sci-fi Novel

Coinciding with the rise of the vibrant book cover blob, Dave Eggers’ new novel takes a profoundly divergent approach. The Every was released this month by McSweeney’s—the author is also the founder of the San Francisco-based independent publishing
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32 Wildly Different Cover Designs Interpret Dave Eggers’ New Sci-fi Novel

Coinciding with the rise of the vibrant book cover blob, Dave Eggers’ new novel takes a profoundly divergent approach. The Every was released this month by McSweeney’s—the author is also the founder of the San Francisco-based independent publishing house—and is a follow up to his hit dystopian work The Circle. Despite a similar focus on the rise of surveillance capitalism, The Every features 32 different cover illustrations and graphic renderings, casting each interpretation as a design object in its own right. More

Dead Meat: A Pair of Hungry Seagulls Fight Over a Hotdog in a Quirky Animated Short

 Selfish, hungry, and more cunning than he appears, the zany seagull in Adnan Peer Mohamed’s “Dead Meat” sends feathers flying. The animated short opens with the creature scouring a boardwalk for food, and after mistaking a bolt for a snack,
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Dead Meat: A Pair of Hungry Seagulls Fight Over a Hotdog in a Quirky Animated Short

 Selfish, hungry, and more cunning than he appears, the zany seagull in Adnan Peer Mohamed’s “Dead Meat” sends feathers flying. The animated short opens with the creature scouring a boardwalk for food, and after mistaking a bolt for a snack, he snatches an entire hotdog only to find a fellow bird is after the same sausage. Mohamed is currently a student at Vancouver Film School, and you can find more of his animations on Vimeo and Instagram. More

Poignant New Works by Pejac Confront the Urgency of Global Crises in Disquieting Detail

Spanish street artist Pejac (previously) addresses the concept of “returning to normal” in a discerning new series that focuses on the urgency of the issues affecting the world today. Centered on the increasingly disastrous effects of the climate
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Poignant New Works by Pejac Confront the Urgency of Global Crises in Disquieting Detail

Spanish street artist Pejac (previously) addresses the concept of “returning to normal” in a discerning new series that focuses on the urgency of the issues affecting the world today. Centered on the increasingly disastrous effects of the climate crisis and the social issues that dominate the news cycle, the artist speaks to the myriad global crises in his largest exhibition to date, which opens on October 30 in a former train factory in Berlin. More

Innumerable Dots Cloak the Energetic Dancers in Betty Acquah’s Pointillistic Paintings

Movement, motion, and emotion permeate the joyful, pointillistic paintings by Ghanaian artist Betty Acquah. Rendering dancing children, costumed troupes, and their surroundings simultaneously, Acquah conveys celebratory moments by cloaking her scenes with cou
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Innumerable Dots Cloak the Energetic Dancers in Betty Acquah’s Pointillistic Paintings

Movement, motion, and emotion permeate the joyful, pointillistic paintings by Ghanaian artist Betty Acquah. Rendering dancing children, costumed troupes, and their surroundings simultaneously, Acquah conveys celebratory moments by cloaking her scenes with countless dots of acrylic. “The background echoes the movement of figures and therefore create(s) a pulsating surface that brings the composition alive,” she tells Colossal. “By extending dabs of color in the subject matter into the background and vice-versa, an illusion of movement is created.” Each richly layered piece blurs the figures’ defining features, casting them as anonymous, everyday people. More

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Report: 76ers think Ben Simmons 'is faking injury and mental illness'

Those wondering if a day would pass by without there being any new drama regarding Philadelphia 76ers All-Star guard Ben Simmons will have to keep waiting,
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Report: 76ers think Ben Simmons 'is faking injury and mental illness'

Those wondering if a day would pass by without there being any new drama regarding Philadelphia 76ers All-Star guard Ben Simmons will have to keep waiting,

Astros whistling allegations resurface as cheating talk continues

The Houston Astros will never escape cheating allegations after they were caught stealing signs during their 2017 World Series run, and the talk resurfaced following their Game 5 win in the ALCS.
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Astros whistling allegations resurface as cheating talk continues

The Houston Astros will never escape cheating allegations after they were caught stealing signs during their 2017 World Series run, and the talk resurfaced following their Game 5 win in the ALCS.

Supercars sale could be confirmed next week

A changing of hands for the Aussie series has theoretically already been sealed, with TLA Worldwide and Australian Racing Group combining to purchase the 65 per cent stake owned by Archer Capital.The joint venture, operating as the newly-formed Racing Austral
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Supercars sale could be confirmed next week

A changing of hands for the Aussie series has theoretically already been sealed, with TLA Worldwide and Australian Racing Group combining to purchase the 65 per cent stake owned by Archer Capital.The joint venture, operating as the newly-formed Racing Australia Consolidated Enterprises (RACE) company, will also take over the 35 per cent owned by the teams to assume total control of the ...Keep reading

Dodgers get much-needed power surge with five home runs in 11-2 defeat of Braves

The Los Angeles Dodgers got a much-needed power surge in 11-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves in Game 5 of the NLCS. Chris Taylor hit three home runs and AJ Pollock added two of his own.
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Dodgers get much-needed power surge with five home runs in 11-2 defeat of Braves

The Los Angeles Dodgers got a much-needed power surge in 11-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves in Game 5 of the NLCS. Chris Taylor hit three home runs and AJ Pollock added two of his own.

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