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Guinea’s leader defends coups in Africa and rebuffs the West, saying things must change

2023-09-21T17:55:07-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

The head of the junta in Guinea has defended the recent coups in Africa. He says they're as an attempt by him and other soldiers to save their countries from leaders whose “broken promises” and prolonged stays in power are stifling development.

DuckDuckGo founder says Google’s phone and manufacturing partnerships thwart competition

2023-09-21T17:43:27-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

The founder of the small search engine company DuckDuckGo is testifying against Google in the biggest antitrust trial in a quarter of a century.

A potential tropical system is headed toward North Carolina; Hurricane Nigel remains at sea

2023-09-21T15:18:04-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

Hurricane Nigel is quickly spinning northeastward over the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and at the same time a potential tropical cyclone appears to be forming off the southeastern coast of the United States.

Stephen Sanchez conjures jukeboxes and early rock n’ roll on debut album ‘Angel Face’

2023-09-21T14:59:27-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

Musician Stephen Sanchez is capping off a whirlwind year by releasing his debut album “Angel Face,” out Friday.

Side hustles take center stage in paying bills for Hollywood workers on strike

2023-09-21T14:50:39-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

It's been nearly five months since the Hollywood writers strike began and more than two months since actors joined them. Soon, the walkouts will break historic records.

Dan + Shay hit a breaking point. Then they wrote ‘Bigger Houses,’ the album that ‘saved their lives’

2023-09-21T14:11:19-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

Before country duo Dan + Shay wrote their fifth studio album, “Bigger Houses,” they nearly broke up.

Poland done sending arms to Ukraine, leader says, as trade dispute escalates

2023-09-21T11:18:22-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

Poland’s prime minister says his country is no longer sending arms to Ukraine. The comment appeared to put Poland’s status as a major source of military equipment in doubt as a trade dispute between the neighboring states escalates.

Governors, Biden administration push to quadruple efficient heating, AC units by 2030

2023-09-21T10:43:25-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

A coalition of 25 governors and the Biden administration are set to announce a pledge Thursday morning to quadruple the number of heat pumps in U.S. homes by 2030.

Their husbands’ misdeeds leave Norway’s most powerful women facing the consequences

2023-09-21T10:41:11-05:00September 21st, 2023|Associated Press, News|

The political careers of two of Norway’s most powerful women are under threat after it was revealed that their husbands were trading in shares behind their backs.


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