On 2 March, the US Supreme Court heard an oral argument on the Arizona case concerning the legality of the state's prohibition of ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting. The dispute comes at a time when the Dems are pushing ahead with the H.R. 1 bill, which legalises ballot harvesting and loosens voting restrictions and verification rules.
The Biden administration carried out its first act of military aggression abroad late last month, bombing facilities which it claimed belonged to ‘Iran-backed’ Iraqi Shia militias in Syria. The attacks followed rocket strikes on US forces in Iraq which Washington blamed on these forces. The militias denied any responsibility for the rocket attacks.
Earlier this week, Sputnik V was ranked the world's second-most imported COVID-19 vaccine after AstraZeneca's, while those by Pfizer and Moderna are third and fourth, respectively.
On Wednesday, 40 GOP senators wrote President Biden a letter demanding new sanctions against Nord Stream 2. The lawmakers claimed that a failure to impose the restrictions would allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to “gain a stranglehold over Europe’s gas supplies.”
In 2020, prominent conservative critic and lecturer Dr Jordan Peterson announced his intentional to return to the public eye after recovering from health and personal issues. In January this year, he published his third book: Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection has topped 2.579 million; over 116 million cases of infection have been detected, according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.
The Republic of China was founded in Beijing - which was then known as Peking - in 1912. After the nationalist KMT lost the Chinese civil war to Mao’s communists in 1949 they retreated to the island of Formosa, now known as Taiwan.
The appearance of an adult film actress in an Iranian rapper's music video has irked the country's authorities, with some pundits saying such content has the potential to corrupt Iran's youth.