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FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2019, file photo, former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden addresses attendees through video link at the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon. A judge ruled on Dec. 17, 2019, that Snowden violated secrecy agreements with the U.S. government that allow it to claim proceeds from a memoir he published. Federal Judge Liam OGrady ruled that Snowden is liable for breach of contract with the government because he published Permanent Record,” without submitting it for a pre-publication review. (AP Photo/Armando Franca, File)

What we’re reading: Russian citizenship granted to Edward Snowden, Hurricane Ian forecast

By Alli Shoop, Staff WriterPublished September 26, 2022
Russia grants full Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden, Hurricane Ian forecast, and more of what we're reading.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell speaks at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the Federal Reserve Board Building, in Washington. Intensifying its fight against chronically high inflation, the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate by a substantial three-quarters of a point for a third straight time, an aggressive pace that is heightening the risk of an eventual recession. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

What we’re reading: The Fed increases interest rates, cheating scandal rocks chess world

By Josh Willie, Staff WriterPublished September 21, 2022
A cheating scandal spreads through the chess world, anti-war protests break out throughout Russia and more of what we're reading.
FILE - An aerial view of former President Donald Trumps Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Fla., on Aug. 31, 2022. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)

What we’re reading: Special master review Mar-a-Lago documents, Adobe buys Figma for $20B

By Jake Peterson, Staff WriterPublished September 15, 2022
Adobe purchases startup, House passes bill to block censure interference and more of what we're reading.
Roger Federer holds the winners trophy after his  victory over Spains Rafael Nadal in the Mens Singles final on the Centre Court at Wimbledon, Sunday July 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus, File)

What we’re reading: Tennis legend announces retirement, Defense in Florida school shooting trial unexpectedly rested its case 

By Natalie Mitchell, Staff WriterPublished September 15, 2022
Roger Federer announces retirement, defense in Florida school shooting trial rest their case and more of what we're reading.
President Joe Biden honors victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks during a ceremony at the Pentagon in Washington, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

What We’re Reading: Biden pays tribute to 9/11 victims, California still fighting intense wildfires

By Laura Lane HeathcottPublished September 13, 2022
Biden pays tribute to 9/11 victims, California continues the fight against wildfires and more of what we're reading.
Members of law enforcement gather outside Columbiana Centre mall in Columbia, S.C., following a shooting, Saturday, April 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

What we’re reading: Major shootings take place over Easter weekend, Florida governor signs 15-week abortion law

By Dru Kennedy HawkinsPublished April 18, 2022

Major U.S. shootings over Easter Weekend There were at least four major shootings across the United States over the weekend, one being at a party in Pittsburg that left two minors dead and several...

A woman walks by the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020 in New York.  What’s normally a chaotic, crowded tourist hotspot during the holiday season is instead a mask-mandated, time-limited, socially distanced locale due to the coronavirus pandemic.  (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

What We’re Reading: New York COVID-19 cases on the rise, Ukraine updates

By Victoria GonzalezPublished April 14, 2022

New York has seen an uptick in COVID-19 cases in the last two weeks due to the new Omicron variants, according to The New York Times. The reason Omicron spreads so rapidly is unclear, but it is likely...

Debris litters a neighborhood one block west of Powell Street near Don Tyson Parkway Wednesday, March 30, 2022 in Springdale, Ark. Severe storms that included at least two tornadoes injured several people, damaged homes and businesses and downed power lines in Arkansas and Missouri overnight as twisters and hurricane-force winds were forecast in much of the Deep South on Wednesday.(Flip Putthoff/The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette via AP)

What we’re reading: Storm causes power outages across Texas and Louisiana

By Annalise RogersPublished April 13, 2022

More than 102,000 people left without power in Texas and Louisiana Severe weather in Texas and Louisiana left more than 102,000 citizens in Texas and Louisiana without power, according to ABC News. Texas,...

New York City Police Department officers handcuff subway shooting suspect Frank R. James, 62, in the East Village section, of New York, Wednesday, April 13, 2022. James, accused of shooting 10 people on a Brooklyn subway train, was arrested Wednesday and charged with a federal terrorism offense after a daylong manhunt and a tipsters call brought police to him on a Manhattan street. (AP Photo/Meredith Goldberg)

What we’re reading: Suspect of Brooklyn subway shooting arrested, highest death toll in U.S. history

By Brooke GianopulosPublished April 13, 2022

Suspect of Brooklyn subway shooting in police custody A shooting in a New York subway left at least 29 people injured, and police have taken a suspect into custody, according to the Washington Post.  Officials...

NYPD gather at the Sunset Park subway station entrance, Tuesday, April 12, 2022. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

What We’re Reading: Brooklyn subway station shooting, abortion bill in Oklahoma

By Siena DancsecsPublished April 12, 2022

Brooklyn shooting left civilians wounded, ongoing search for the suspect At least 29 people were were wounded in shooting on Tuesday morning at the Sunset Park subway station, according to Fox News.  Upon...

A car moves in a street past damaged houses in Chernihiv, Ukraine, Thursday, April 7, 2022. Ukraine is telling residents of its industrial heartland to leave while they still can after Russian forces withdrew from the shattered outskirts of Kyiv to regroup for an offensive in the countrys east. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)

What we’re reading: New regulations for “ghost guns,” California company accused of starting wildfires settles

By Grace ReinhardtPublished April 12, 2022

Ukraine could need more weapons as war shifts to the East The Russian and Ukraine war continues to advance and cause harm. According to The Washington Post, an airport and multiple civilian areas were...

Left to right DPS Director Steve McCraw, Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Chef of the Texas Division of Emergency Management W. Nim Kidd, listen to a question a press conference at the Texas Department of Public Safety Weslaco Regional Office on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, in Weslaco, Texas. (AP Photo/ Joel Martinez)

What we’re reading: Texas takes action on the border, food shortage in Shanghai during shutdown

By Micah PearcePublished April 8, 2022

Texas to bus immigrants to Washington D.C.  Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday that Texas would begin busing and flying undocumented immigrants from the border to Washington D.C., according to the...

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