Get Your Errands Done Before Sunday: Banks, Postal Service, and Shipping Services Closed on Presidents Day

Get Your Errands Done Before Sunday: Banks, Postal Service, and Shipping Services Closed on Presidents Day

If you need to mail a package, buy some stamps or run to the bank, it is a good idea to get that errand done before Sunday. If you need to run errands, do it before Sunday Major banks and U.S. Postal Service offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 19 in observance of George … Read more

White House Coordinator: Turkey’s F-35 Program Incompatible with S-300 and S-400, Negotiations Continue

White House Coordinator: Turkey’s F-35 Program Incompatible with S-300 and S-400, Negotiations Continue

“Our point of view remains unchanged: Turkey’s F-35 program is incompatible with its use of the S-300 and S-400 missile systems,” said the White House National Security Council coordinator. According to him, negotiations with representatives of the Turkish government on the issue of modernization of the Turkish armed forces continue. “If Turkey can resolve our … Read more

Saudi Embassy USA Addresses Alleged Assault on Saudi Student in Chicago

Saudi Embassy USA Addresses Alleged Assault on Saudi Student in Chicago

Al-Marsad newspaper: The Kingdom’s embassy in America commented on the beating of a Saudi student by an American student in Chicago. Verbal assault The embassy stated in a statement: A reference to what was circulated by some media outlets and a number of handlers on the “X” platform regarding a female student in a school … Read more

Chinese Embassy Warns Students of Border Interrogation and Visa Revocation at Washington Dulles Airport

Chinese Embassy Warns Students of Border Interrogation and Visa Revocation at Washington Dulles Airport

The Chinese Embassy Warns Students About Travel via Washington Dulles International Airport The Chinese Embassy in the United States has alerted its students studying abroad to exercise caution when flying through Washington Dulles International Airport. The embassy expressed concerns after numerous students reported being subjected to interrogations and some sent back to China by border … Read more

Texas Governor Declares State of Emergency Over Migrant ‘Invasion’, Threatens Conflict with Washington

Texas Governor Declares State of Emergency Over Migrant ‘Invasion’, Threatens Conflict with Washington

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US plans to grant billions to chipmakers, boosting domestic production: sources

US plans to grant billions to chipmakers, boosting domestic production: sources

The US Set to Announce Significant Chip Grants to Boost Domestic Production Overview The United States is set to make a significant announcement by the end of March regarding major chip grants, according to sources familiar with the matter. These grants will channel billions of dollars into semiconductor manufacturers, in a strategic move to enhance … Read more

“US Carries Out Fourth Round of Strikes Against Houthis in Yemen Amid Rising Tensions”

  1. US carries out another round of strikes against Houthis in Yemen, US officials say  CNN
  2. US forces carry out 4th round of strikes in a week against Houthi targets in Yemen  Fox News
  3. Yemen strikes: Houthis hit US-owned ship after ‘terror’ designation  BBC.com
  4. Opinion | The Houthis sink an arrow into the West’s Achilles’ heel  The Washington Post

Chinese Start-ups Launch Microchips to Break Through U.S. Blockade: Reuters Report

Chinese Start-ups Launch Microchips to Break Through U.S. Blockade: Reuters Report

China’s new industries are leveraging technology in an attempt to break through the U.S. blockade that restricts the development of Chinese chips. (AFP) Chen Lizhu/Verification Editor [Financial Channel/Comprehensive Report]The U.S. government wants to curb China’s chip industry and tightened the ban on Chinese chip exports twice in a row in the second half of last … Read more

Footballschland: American Football MADE IN GERMANY – Episode Updates, Interviews, and Match Analysis

Footballschland: American Football MADE IN GERMANY – Episode Updates, Interviews, and Match Analysis

Episode No episode selected S01E66 Match2Watch #week17 S01E65 Match2Watch #week16 S01E64 Update with Moritz Schmoranzer, OL DL, Pittsburgh Panthers S01E63 Match2Watch #week14 S01E62 In conversation with Kelvin Schmidt, DT, Stephen F. Austin State University S01E61 Match2Watch #week13 S01E60 Match2Watch #week12 S01E59 In conversation with Linus Zunk, DE, Vanderbilt S01E58 Match2Watch #week11 S01E57 Match2Watch High School … Read more

The West Expresses Open Concerns About Ukraine as Diplomatic Tensions Rise

The West Expresses Open Concerns About Ukraine as Diplomatic Tensions Rise

The West not only feels tired of Ukraine, they have already begun to talk about it openly. Especially in the USA. For now, this is of a diplomatic nature, but gradually the notes will become harsher, even to the point of declaring “toxicity.” Former CIA analyst and now television commentator Larry Johnson said this in … Read more