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Louisiana experts fear that up to 90% of farm raised crawfish won't make it after last year's drought and this year's late rains. The average price for a pound has already tripled.00:51[1]
The U.S.Department of Agriculture approved emergency financial relief[2] for struggling crawfish farmers and fisherman for a 2024 harvest that is down 50-90% across Louisiana, according to the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center[3].However,

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The EcoFOCI program helps determine impacts on Alaska's ecosystems from a changing climate. (NOAA)(Video from January 2023)00:42[1]
DENALI NATIONAL PARK &PRESERVE, Alaska – A climber who died in a fall from the highest mountain peak in North America has been identified by National Park Service (NPS) officials as a man from Japan. 

The NPS said mountaineering rangers inside

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FlightAware travel expert Kathleen Bangs explains what passengers can do to minimize the impact of delays and cancelations.04:36[1]
Whether your flight makes it to your vacation spot on time can make or break your trip.

As the busy summer[2] travel season gears up, the website Places to Travel[3] crunched the Bureau of Transport Statistics flight delay data from January 2023 to

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Silicon Valley venture capitalist Marc Andreessen penned a 5,000-word manifesto[1] in 2023 that gave a full-throated call for unrestricted technological progress to boost markets, broaden energy production, improve education and strengthen liberal democracy.

The

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Google recently made headlines globally because its chatbot Gemini generated images of people of color instead of white people in historical settings that featured white people[1]. Adobe Firefly’s image creation tool saw similar issues[2]. This led some

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FILE PHOTO: John C. Williams, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York speaks to the Economic Club of New York in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/File Photo

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Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams told Reuters[1] he welcomed the arrival of softer consumer inflation data but said that positive news is not enough to call for the U.S. central bank to cut interest rates sometime soon.

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FILE PHOTO: The logo of Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) is seen on their headquarters in Vienna, Austria, March 14, 2023. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger/File PhotoBusiness & Finance

Reuters exclusively reported[1] that Raiffeisen Bank International was warned by the U.S. Treasury in writing that its access to the U.S. financial system could be curbed because of its Russia dealings. 

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FILE PHOTO: A small toy figure and mineral imitation are seen in front of the BHP logo in this illustration taken November 19, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo/File Photo

CommoditiesDeals

Reuters exclusively reported[1] that Japanese steelmakers have raised concerns with Australian authorities that BHP Group could become too dominant in the global supply of coking coal if it goes ahead with a takeover of Anglo American. 

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An airplane is on display in a museum. A 25-member team from the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, is in the Normandy region of France, searching for three missing airmen, whose C-47A aircraft was presumably shot down by German anti-aircraft fire on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

Army Sgt.

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Two men build a dirt sifting station. A 25-member team from the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, is in the Normandy region of France, searching for three missing airmen, whose C-47A aircraft was presumably shot down by German anti-aircraft fire on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

While finding

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A man photographs an excavation site. A 25-member team from the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency is in the Normandy region of France to search for three missing airmen whose C-47A aircraft was presumably shot down by German antiaircraft fire on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

Among the team

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Jada Pinkett Smith[1] is showing her support for her husband, Will Smith[2]! The 52-year-old actress walked the red carpet at the special screening of Will's new action film, Bad Boys: Ride or Die, in Dubai. 

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Jada wowed in a beautifully structured black

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Dallas StarsThe Western Conference Finals of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs[1] have arrived. Tonight, the Edmonton Oilers will face off against the Dallas Stars in Game 1 with a spot in the Stanley Cup Final on the line. Puck-drop from American Airlines Center is

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Celtics PacersThe Indiana Pacers face the Boston Celtics tonight for Game 2 of the 2024 Eastern Conference Finals[1]. The Celtics are up 1-0 in the series after a thrilling overtime win on Tuesday. However, Indiana has bounced back well from losses all season. Tip-off

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WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich is a 'hostage' of Vladimir Putin: Kurt VolkerFormer President Donald Trump[1] predicted Thursday that detained Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich will be released by Russia "almost immediately" following this year’s presidential election. 

In a post on his Truth Social account, Trump wrote "Evan

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Stefanik blasts Harvard for keeping 'plagiarist' Claudine Gay as president after antisemitism hearingMembers of Congress[1] are preparing to grill "morally bankrupt administrators" from Northwestern, UCLA and Rutgers Thursday regarding their handling of campus antisemitism that has swept the nation’s colleges.  

"Northwestern, Rutgers and UCLA negotiated with

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Two sisters hope more funding will be made available so all deaf children can access the service....

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Mandeep Dhillon has plenty of acting credits, but has just released Roll It Up - a personal, "deep song"....

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West Ham have confirmed the appointment of Julen Lopetegui as David Moyes' replacement as head coach in an announcement on Thursday.

Lopetegui, who has reportedly signed a two-year deal with an option for an extra season, was most recently in charge of...

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Toronto has been awarded the WNBA's first franchise outside the United States, with the expansion team set to begin play in 2026.

Larry Tanenbaum-led Kilmer Sports Ventures is paying $50 million for the team. Tanenbaum also is the chairman and a minority...

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Bayern Munich and Burnley are close to reaching an agreement for manager Vincent Kompany, a source has told ESPN.

Bayern have turned to Kompany, who is a fluent German speaker and spent two years playing for Hamburg in the Bundesliga, after a chaotic...

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When people think about what we get from the U.S. space program, it may be along the lines of NASA technology spin-offs such as freeze-dried food and emergency space blankets[1].

But space activities do much more that benefits life on Earth. Research in space helps scientists study our environment, develop new technologies, create jobs, grow...

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TikTok, the short-video company with Chinese roots, did the most American thing possible on May 7, 2024: It sued the U.S. government[1], in the person of Attorney General Merrick Garland, in federal court. The suit claims the federal law that took effect on April 24, 2024, banning TikTok unless it sells itself[2] violates the U.S....

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A parent asked a question in a private Facebook group in April 2024: Does anyone with a child who is both gifted and disabled have any experience with New York City public schools? The parent received a seemingly helpful answer that laid out some characteristics of a specific school, beginning with the context that “I have a child who...

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The primitive hate on display in the streets around the globe cries out for a Final Solution to the Jewish Problem.

It is time to end the Jewish Problem once and for all.

Both the problem and solution are simple, and this instruction can be short.   

The decision and responsibility for it are yours.

Read more …The Problem With Jews and The Final Solution

First one bank announced it will only accept digital currency.

Now the Reserve Bank of Australia has announced it is heading into digital currency.

As the moth is to the flame, so are the follies of man.

Artificial intelligence and the next level of quantum computing will render passwords and encryption efforts obsolete.

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The point of having a nation of laws is twofold: (a) you know how to prosper, and (b) you know how to stay out of jail.

The persecution of President Trump has revealed a new threat of charlatan prosecutors and agency administrators cobbling together disparate statutes which the media kindly calls “innovative”, “artful” or “novel” interpretations or constructions.

But these recombinations are actually new laws because they are the nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and contexts in criminal statutes, strung together in new combinations to create newly criminalized conduct after a citizen has engaged in some conduct.

Read more …Fake Laws - The Threat of After-The-Fact Laws in America

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