The battle has descended into a mix of trench and urban warfare as both sides have refused to relent, even under heavy casualties.
Month: November 2022
Idaho Killer Might Attend Vigil as Victim’s Family Expresses Concern
Kenneth Mains, a former detective, told Newsweek that he thinks “it is possible” the suspect will attend Wednesday night.
Spotify’s Genres Like ‘Escape Room,’ ‘Light Chill Hype’ Befuddle Listeners
The annual Spotify Wrapped left some listeners confused as they took a look at the types of genres they listened to over the course of the year.
Reassessing US democracy: Stronger, but not out of the woods
After relatively smooth fall elections, America seems less vulnerable to a crisis of legitimacy. But experts still warn of anti-democratic trends.
What Are Paradox Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet?
Paradox Pokemon are split into two different categories of Ancient and Future Pokemon.
FBI To Give Lie-Detector Test to Daughter Claiming Dad Killed Scores in Iowa
The FBI plans to administer the polygraph test to Lucy Studey on Friday, days before potential boring and excavation of sites she claims are mass graves.
Litman: A jury delivers the truth about Jan. 6. It was seditious conspiracy
Verdicts against five Oath Keepers defines the Jan. 6, 2021, melee, once and for all, as a purposeful crime orchestrated by enemies of democracy.
Chinese in Southern California are sympathetic, worried for protesters back home
Some Chinese immigrants expressed solidarity with the protesters. But as videos of police making arrests leak, they worried for the protesters’ safety.
Christine McVie Mourned in Tributes for Late Fleetwood Mac Member
The legendary Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter and keyboardist passed away at the age of 79.
Honda’s New Hydrogen-powered SUV Coming to the US in 2024
Honda today announced a new hydrogen-powered SUV is coming to America soon.