President Joe Biden Cancels Another $7.4 Billion in Student Loan Debt for Over 270,000 Americans - Find Out If You Qualify!

US President Joe Biden has made a significant announcement, revealing his decision to cancel $7.4 billion in student loan debt for over 277,000 individuals.


Pressure Mounts on President Joe Biden to Ban China-Made Electric Vehicles in the US

A member of the Senate Banking Committee has made a forceful plea to President Joe Biden, urging him to take action against Chinese automakers and prevent their vehicles from entering the US auto mark..

New York's Legal Marijuana Industry Hits New High, Reaches Over 100 Licensed Shops Across Empire State

New York cannabis regulators are celebrating a significant milestone for reaching over 100 licensed stores across the state...

Russia Destroys Ukraine's Largest Power Plant After Launching Widespread Attacks on Energy Grid

A devastating series of Russia's overnight strikes has left the Trypilska thermal power plant in ruins, dealing a severe blow to Ukraine...


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