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Portugal Gives Afghan Women’s Soccer Team Asylum

After pictures emerged of US border agents using aggressive tactics while on horseback against Haitian migrants, lawmakers reacted.  Both democrats and republicans reprimanded the White House over the incident, although in different ways.

It’s very rare for the President of China to address the United Nations.  But President Xi Jinping did just that.  His speech made claims that the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases was changing its tune.  Jinping said China will not build new coal-fired projects abroad.  Time will tell regarding China’s commitment to slowing pollution.

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United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, at United Nations headquarters in New York. ( Eduardo Munoz/Pool Photo via AP)/Pool Photo via AP)

Billionaires Jetting Into Space Causes World Anger

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Fed experts see no tapering announcement until November

Survey Indicates the Fed May Not Taper Until November

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (33) lost a necklace containing his father's ashes during Monday night's home opener against the Detroit Lions. He said the necklace urn was located in the end zone by a team trainer early the next morning. File Photo by Mark Black/UPI

Packer’s Running Back Loses Necklace Holding Father’s Ashes in End Zone 

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