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Joe Biden · Washington
Biden, McCarthy reach 'agreement in principle' to raise debt ceiling, speaker says
President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reached an "agreement in principle" late Saturday as they raced to strike a deal to limit federal spending and resolve the looming debt crisis ahead of a June 5 deadline. See the Story
56% Center coverage: 274 sources
Yoweri Museveni · Kampala
Uganda's president signs into law tough anti-gay legislation with death penalty in some cases
Uganda's president has signed into law tough new anti-gay legislation supported by many in this East African country but widely condemned by rights activists and others abroad. The version of the bill signed by President Yoweri Museveni doesn't criminalize those who identify as LGBTQ, a key concern for campaigners who condemned an earlier draft of the legislation as an egregious attack on human rights. But the new law still prescribes the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality,” which is defined as cases of sexual relations involving people infected with HIV as well as with minors and other categories of vulnerable people.See the Story
39% Left coverage: 130 sources
Business · Dallas
This tech CEO is swapping blood with his 17-year-old son to stay young
An anti-aging zealot who spends $2 million a year in a quest to turn back time has dragged his teenage son into being his personal “blood boy.” Bryan Johnson, the 45-year-old tech tycoon who wants to keep his internal organs, including his penis and rectum, functioning youthfully — enlisted 17-year-old Talmage to provide blood transfusions, Bloomberg reported on Monday.See the Story
46% Left coverage: 13 sources
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The rock match “Speed-30” will rock the Central Stadium on the evening of the 10th of this month
Ойн тоглолтыг олон талт арга хэмжээ, нэрийн бүтээгдэхүүн, цомог, хэвлэл, хувцас хэрэглүүрүүдтэйгээр буюу үзэгчдэд дуурсагдах зүйлстэйгээр зохион байгуулахаар бэлтгэл хангаж буй. Тухайлбал тоглолтын үеэр дөрвөн улирлыг бэлгэдсэн дөрвөн төрлийн цөөн тооны пянзыг 50 хувийн хямдартайгаар худалдаалах юм.See the Story
“Junk History Marathon” was held in Anorkhangai province
Establishment of healthy living practices and protecting the world within the framework of the National Movement “Healthy Mongolian Person”, the “Take Time” campaign and the tasks of the Minister of Environment and Tourism No. 02 and 05 of 2023, implemented on the initiative of the President of the Republic of Mongolia for the promotion of theSee the Story
Xi Jinping · New Delhi
U.N. Confirms India’s Population Is Overtaking China’s
The United Nations confirmed a demographic shift that is expected to have profound global implications in the years ahead, saying that India is overtaking China in April as the world’s most populous country.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 65 sources
Benjamin Netanyahu · Jerusalem
Opposition split on how to handle Netanyahu's judicial reform freeze
Protesters have been taking to the streets in freedom and in safety in Israel. The protests are pro-Israel, pro-democracy and supportive of the police and the military. The proposed judicial reforms would indeed move Israel closer to the practices of modern, Western democracies. But they would also eviscerate judicial protection for Israel's Basic Laws.See the Story
47% Right coverage: 15 sources
Xi Jinping · Beijing
Chinese President Xi Jinping holds phone call with Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky
President Xi Jinping has just spoken to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on the phone, Hua Chunying, spokeswoman of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs posted on her Twitter page. See the Story
42% Left coverage: 127 sources