Are People Angrier Nowadays? And What Can We Do To Manage It?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — In public and across social media, anger is boiling over. Arguments are quick to erupt and sometimes turn physical. We wanted to know: Are we angrier nowadays? And what can we do to manage it? Good Question. From chaos in the clouds with people fighting on airplanes, to brawls at school board… Continue reading Are People Angrier Nowadays? And What Can We Do To Manage It?

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North Korea fires missile, accuses US of ‘double standards’

North Korea fired a missile towards the sea off its east coast on Tuesday (28 September), South Korea’s military said, as Pyongyang called on the United States and South Korea to scrap their “double standards” on weapons programmes to restart talks, write Hyonhee Shin, David Brunnstrom in Washington, Michelle Nichols in New York and Kim… Continue reading North Korea fires missile, accuses US of ‘double standards’

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Bipartisan resolution introduced in the US Senate urging the EU to designate Hezbollah in its entirety as a terrorist group

Two US Senators, Jacky Rosen (D-NV) (pictured) and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) have  introduced on Thursday a bipartisan resolution urging the European Union to fully designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, writes Yossi Lempkowicz. The legislation seeks to encourage the EU to designate both its military and political wings as terrorist entities. Currently, the EU only… Continue reading Bipartisan resolution introduced in the US Senate urging the EU to designate Hezbollah in its entirety as a terrorist group

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Circular Plastics Alliance: A new step towards 10 million tonnes of recycled plastics

On 27 September, the Commission welcomed an important new step taken by the Circular Plastics Alliance to boost the EU market for recycled plastics and ensure at least 10 million tonnes are recycled by 2025. Since the launch of the Alliance in 2018, good progress has been made with an increase of almost 30% in… Continue reading Circular Plastics Alliance: A new step towards 10 million tonnes of recycled plastics

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Russia and France at odds over Mali security situation

Moscow and Paris have been engaged in a difficult dialogue in recent weeks regarding the former French colony of Mali, which, like most of the countries of the African Sahel, is trying to counter Islamist terrorism associated with Al-Qaeda, writes Alexi Ivanov, Moscow correspondent. Most recently, this issue came to the fore again during the… Continue reading Russia and France at odds over Mali security situation

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TTC accusing union of illegal strike action over vaccine disclosure mandate: report

The TTC has accused its largest union of employees of illegal strike action for opposing the transit agency’s vaccine disclosure mandate, according to a report by the Toronto Star. The Toronto Star is reporting that the TTC filed an application with the Ontario Labour Relations Board Tuesday afternoon, saying Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 violated labour… Continue reading TTC accusing union of illegal strike action over vaccine disclosure mandate: report

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Report Says Bears Have Signed Purchase Agreement For Arlington Racetrack Property; Mayor Lightfoot Says Work To Keep Team In Chicago Will Continue

CHICAGO (CBS) — A published report late Tuesday said the Bears have signed a purchase agreement for the Arlington International Racecourse property in Arlington Heights, but Mayor Lori Lightfoot said her administration will go on working to keep the team in Chicago. The Athletic reported Tuesday night it had learned the Bears had signed an… Continue reading Report Says Bears Have Signed Purchase Agreement For Arlington Racetrack Property; Mayor Lightfoot Says Work To Keep Team In Chicago Will Continue

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After Violent Attempted Carjacking In Which Father Was Shot, Bucktown Family Moved Out Of Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — After a horrifying carjacking in which a man was shot in the arm, a family from Bucktown packed up and moved from the city. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported Tuesday night, the Ariola family called Chicago home for 30 years and lived in Bucktown for 21 of them. But all it… Continue reading After Violent Attempted Carjacking In Which Father Was Shot, Bucktown Family Moved Out Of Chicago

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Family Of Man Killed In Amtrak Derailment Files Suit, But Legal Loophole May Limit How Much You Can Recover From Amtrak

CHICAGO (CBS) — Lawsuits are being filed in connection with a deadly derailment involving an Amtrak train that departed from Chicago this past weekend, but getting hurt on an Amtrak train means you may not get any more for your injuries. Following two high-profile derailments that cost Amtrak millions, the rail operator introduced an arbitration… Continue reading Family Of Man Killed In Amtrak Derailment Files Suit, But Legal Loophole May Limit How Much You Can Recover From Amtrak

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