The pandemic generation goes to college. It has not been easy.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ms Jazeba Ahmad was a junior in high school when Covid-19 hit and her math education faltered. Ms Ahmad was enrolled in an international baccalaureate math class…

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Suspect in hammer attack on Paul Pelosi pleads not guilty to state charges

SAN FRANCISCO – The man charged with breaking into US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home and clubbing her husband in the head with a hammer pleaded not guilty…

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Musk announces $11 monthly charge for verified Twitter accounts

SAN FRANCISCO – New Twitter head Elon Musk said on Tuesday the site will charge US$8 (S$11) a month to verify users’ accounts, arguing the plan would upend the platform’s…

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Canadian in custody after allegedly killing Mexican police officer in shooting

By Staff The Associated Press Posted November 1, 2022 5:20 pm Updated November 1, 2022 5:24 pm

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Musk announces $8 monthly charge for verified Twitter accounts

SAN FRANCISCO – New Twitter head Elon Musk said on Tuesday the site will charge US$8 (S$11) a month to verify users’ accounts, arguing the plan would upend the platform’s…

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro avoids conceding election defeat, but allows transition to begin

His chief of staff, Ciro Nogueira, speaking after Bolsonaro’s brief public address, said Bolsonaro had authorized him to begin the transition process with representatives of leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da…

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Israel election: Netanyahu on track to regain power, exit polls suggest

The polls are preliminary, however, and final results could change as votes are tallied. Israeli media reported that a small Arab nationalist party was approaching the electoral threshold, which would…

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Netherlands tells China to close ‘police stations’ in Amsterdam, Rotterdam

THE HAGUE – The Dutch government on Tuesday ordered China to immediately close “police stations” in the Netherlands, which reports say were used to harass dissidents. The police posts in…

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro avoids concession to Lula, but transition to begin

BRASILIA/SAO PAULO – Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday avoided conceding defeat in his first public remarks since losing Sunday’s election, saying protests since then were the fruit of…

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Chinese workers appear to hop fences to escape COVID-19 outbreak at iPhone factory

Foxconn, one of Apple’s largest suppliers, is dealing with a crisis at its biggest iPhone assembly…

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