Graduate Assistantship (MSC/PHD) in Paleomagnetism and Marine Geoscience at Univ. of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, United States. The Paleomagnetism Laboratory (https://lnkd.in/d_zVq6SA) at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (https://uwm.edu/) (UWM) is seeking applicants for a fully-funded PhD (preferably) or MS position beginning Fall 2023. The student will participate in a collaborative project examining eruptive timing and … Continue reading Graduate Assistantship (MSC/PHD) in Paleomagnetism and Marine Geoscience at University of Wisconsin
The FBI is "concerned" by reports that secret "police stations" linked to China have been set up across the US. A September report issued by the NGO Safeguard Defenders revealed the presence of these stations around the world, including in New York. The FBI's director, Christopher Wray, told senior politicians that the agency was monitoring … Continue reading FBI worried about reports of Chinese police stations in US
WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 02: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), speaks to the media during her weekly news conference on Capitol Hill, December 2, 2016 in Washington, DC. Earlier this week Pelosi won the House Democratic Leadership election, after a challenge from Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH). (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Nancy Pelosi, who … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi steps down as leader os US House democrats
ormer Russian President and current Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said Friday that the United States "will sooner or later abandon" Ukraine and said that the issue of aid delivery to Kiev is a "toxic" issue in the US country. "The United States has always abandoned its friends. It will do it … Continue reading US will abandon Ukraine soon – Former Russian leader
A civic group, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has disclosed that the details of $23 million loot expected from the United States may be published soon by the Nigerian government as the court has okayed its suit on the matter. SERAP disclosed this via tweet on Saturday, revealing that the organisation secured a … Continue reading Court to hear suit compelling Nigerian government to reveal details of $23m Abacha loot expected from US
Counting votes in Nevada’s closely watched races for Senate, House and governor is about to spill into the weekend — just as it's done before and just as officials reminded everyone it would this time, too. In fact, elections authorities in Clark (home to Las Vegas) and Washoe (home to Reno) counties, the state's most … Continue reading Why are Nevada election results taking forever?
Democrat Adrian Fontes won the top elections post in Arizona on Friday, defeating a Republican rival who attended the Jan. 6 rally that preceded the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol and who said he would not have certified Joe Biden’s win in the state. Democratic Adrian Fontes, candidate for Arizona Secretary of State, speaks at … Continue reading Democrat Wins Arizona Elections against Trump’s candidate
Railing on the slow-walking of election results in Arizona, including voting machines in Republican districts coincidentally failing, former President Donald Trump says the "tainted" Arizona election should be all over again if the U.S. wasn't a "third-world country." "So in Maricopa County they're at it again," Trump wrote in a series of Truth Social posts Friday night … Continue reading Arizona Elections: Donald Trump says it was tainted, calls for a ‘do over’
The man accused of breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home, beating her husband and seeking to kidnap her told police he was on a “suicide mission” and had plans to target other California and federal politicians, according to a Tuesday court filing. David DePape was ordered held without bail during his arraignment Tuesday in … Continue reading Suspect in Pelosi’s attack on a ‘suicide mission’
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Social media giants essentially granted government officials the ability to censor and suppress speech in the name of fighting “misinformation,” by providing them direct access to flag posts and an open line of communication with senior executives, according to a report by The Intercept. The outlet found that the short-lived … Continue reading What Facebook and Twitter did to help Biden administration sensor social media contents
Afghan commandos say they have been offered $1,500-a-month payments and safety for them and their families.(AP: Rahmat Gul) Afghan special forces soldiers who fought alongside American troops and then fled to Iran after the chaotic US withdrawal last year are now being recruited by the Russian military to fight in Ukraine, three former Afghan generals have told the Associated … Continue reading Russia luring US-trained Afghan commandos to fight in Ukraine
President Joe Biden and his Republican opponents have traded accusations over the handling of the US economy under his administration. With inflation rising and stock markets on a downward trend for most of this year, Republicans have talked of "Joe Biden's recession". Mr Biden has countered that there's been good job growth and low unemployment, … Continue reading Has the US economy improved under Biden?