• Hurricane Paulette is back to life as a tropical zombie storm
  • Hurricane Paulette is back to life as a tropical zombie storm
  • 40% of Americans would rather give up a dog for a month than a smartphone
  • State Department to return welfare test for green card applicants
  • Bloomberg paid fines for 32,000 Florida criminals so they could vote

Hurricane Paulette is back to life as a tropical zombie storm

Hurricane Paulette came back to life more than a week after it hit Bermuda. According to the National Hurricane Center, Paulette, who reached land on September 14, «reborn» near the Azores this Monday, September 21 — this time as a tropical storm. “Since it is 2020, there are even tropical zombie storms in the world. — commented on the news of the National Weather Service on Twitter — «Welcome back…

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Hurricane Paulette is back to life as a tropical zombie storm

Hurricane Paulette came back to life more than a week after it hit Bermuda. According to the National Hurricane Center, Paulette, who reached land on September 14, «reborn» near the Azores this Monday, September 21 — this time as a tropical storm. “Since it is 2020, there are even tropical zombie storms in the world. — commented on the news of the National Weather Service on Twitter — «Welcome back…

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40% of Americans would rather give up a dog for a month than a smartphone

Nomophobia — the fear of being left without a smartphone — is not only completely real, but can also pose a serious threat to our four-legged friends. According to a survey of online SMS marketing platform SimpleTexting of 1,000 users, if owners had to choose between giving up their dog or smartphone for a month, 40% of Americans would prefer a mobile company. In addition, 44% were ready to sacrifice…

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State Department to return welfare test for green card applicants

The Trump administration is re-introducing the welfare and health test for U.S. green card applicants, Axios writes. The rule was blocked by an injunction in July due to the coronavirus, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website. The 2019 rule gives officials more authority to refuse green cards to applicants who the government believes rely or may rely on government benefits such as food stamps or housing vouchers….

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Bloomberg paid fines for 32,000 Florida criminals so they could vote

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg raised over $ 16 million to help convicted criminals in Florida vote in elections. Bloomberg's fundraising campaign has already paid off the liabilities of 32,000 criminals, Axios reported. “The right to vote is fundamental to our democracy, and no American can be denied this right. Bloomberg's spokesman told a news agency. «Working with the Coalition to Restore Rights, we are determined to end the electoral abuse and…

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Father from New York saved 3 children from bullets by covering with his own body

The brave father was shot in the thigh while protecting his three children from bullets in a used Bronx car. The macabre incident, which occurred around 7:20 on Monday, was caught on video, which, in turn, managed to get to the New York Daily News reporters. The 39-year-old victim and his children were sitting on a couch at the On the Road Automotive Group on Boston Road when shots were…

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State Department to return welfare test for green card applicants

The Trump administration is re-introducing the welfare and health test for U.S. green card applicants, Axios writes. The rule was blocked by an injunction in July due to the coronavirus, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website. The 2019 rule gives officials more authority to refuse green cards to applicants who the government believes rely or may rely on government benefits such as food stamps or housing vouchers….

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Bloomberg paid fines for 32,000 Florida criminals so they could vote

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg raised over $ 16 million to help convicted criminals in Florida vote in elections. Bloomberg's fundraising campaign has already paid off the liabilities of 32,000 criminals, Axios reported. “The right to vote is fundamental to our democracy, and no American can be denied this right. Bloomberg's spokesman told a news agency. «Working with the Coalition to Restore Rights, we are determined to end the electoral abuse and…

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Father from New York saved 3 children from bullets by covering with his own body

The brave father was shot in the thigh while protecting his three children from bullets in a used Bronx car. The macabre incident, which occurred on Monday at about 7:20, was caught on video, which, in turn, managed to get to the reporters of the New York Daily News. The 39-year-old victim and his children were sitting on a couch at the On the Road Automotive Group on Boston Road…

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The rich pollute the atmosphere more than the poorest people on the planet

A new study found that the richest 1% of people in the world emit twice as much carbon into the atmosphere as the poorest half of the world's population. The richest 10% of people in the world account for more than half of greenhouse gas emissions (52%) in the atmosphere, while the richest 1% account for 15%. This adds up to double the CO2 emissions of the poorest half of…

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