Shohei Ohtani Wallops 162-Foot Home Run, Highest Ever Recorded In Statcast Era

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This man will be paid massively -- and I mean massively. Shohei Ohtani's home run on Sunday was so obvious that there was no doubt. It was a historic knock. I kept waiting for the ball to appear somewhere on the scoreboard. "I saw the metrics," said Los Angeles Angels Manager Phil Nevin. I haven't come across many players like that. "He's unique, and we...

Supportive Organizations That Can Help

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Asking for help can be hard, especially if you don’t know where to look. It can be stressful and it might hurt your pride to even admit that you need help from others. However, getting help can be a good thing for you and your family. There is no reason to feel ashamed that you need help. In the...

Will Judges Follow New York State Legislatures No Bail Law?

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In 2004, Democratic New York State legislators passed a groundbreaking judicial reform that removed bail from most misdemeanors, including nonviolent felonies. The "no bail" law was rescinded for the third time after public outrage over violent felons who were released and committed heinous crimes. Some people are concerned about punishment. For most, the goal is to get violent criminals off...

US House Passes Bill to End Tariffs on Chinese Solar Manufacturers

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Despite objections from the Biden Administration, the House voted 221-202 to remove tariff protections for solar panels made by Chinese manufacturers granted under the Obama Administration. The Chinese solar panel industry already dwarfs the U.S., and the need for a tariff — if there ever was a need — is gone. Fox News Digital quoted House Minority Leader Tom Emmer (R-Minn)....

Survey Reveals One in Four High Schoolers Identify as LGBTQ

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The CDC's annual report 2021 found that out of 17,000 teens between 14-18 years old, 3 quarters only felt attracted to the opposite sex. 12.2 percent of students in high school identified themselves as bisexual. 5.2 percent of students were unsure, 3.9 percent said "other", and 3.2 percent identified as gay or lesbian. The CDC has added a brand new option...

Former Apple Employee Will Serve Time and Pay Restitution for Swindling Company

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According to the U.S. Attorney's Office of the Northern District of California, a federal district court judge sentenced an ex-Apple employee for stealing millions of dollars from the company. Dhirendra's Prasad was sentenced for two charges - conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the U.S. - stemming from an alleged scheme that cost Apple $17...

U.S. House of Representatives Rejects Proposal to Withdraw Troops from Somalia

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Matt Gaetz, a Republican from Florida, had proposed a bill to remove all U.S. military personnel from Somalia. However, it was rejected by the U.S. House of Representatives. Biden ordered around 500 U.S. military personnel to the region last year to assist the Somali government in combatting Al-Shabab, a radical Islamic terrorist organization that operates in East Africa. The move...

16-Year-Old Driver Intentionally Runs Over 70-Year-Old Pedestrian While Listening to Murder Song

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The police said that a 16-year-old driver in St. Cloud, Minnesota was "listening" to a murder song on Friday when he deliberately ran over a 70-year-old pedestrian, who later died. NBC News, citing a news release from the police, reported that officers responded to a call about a vehicle striking a pedestrian shortly after 8 p.m. They found the victim...

In the Biden Administration, Incompetent Cabinet Members Is a Feature, Not a Bug

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Transportation. Energy. Labor. These are the key areas to our nation's Infrastructure and what unifies America. I was able to see from a bird's eye view how much we depend on our transportation systems to function smoothly and efficiently, as well as to be safe and maintainable. Why has the Biden Administration promoted incompetent individuals to these important positions? The curious mind wants to know. Remember...

3 Soldiers Killed in Army Helicopter Crash in Alaska

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Tragic news from Healy, Alaska. On Thursday, two U.S. Army chopper helicopters collided as they returned from a training mission. Three soldiers died and one was injured. Two soldiers died on the scene near Healy in Alaska and the third soldier died while en route to Fairbanks hospital. The Army stated that a fourth soldier was receiving treatment at a Fairbanks...