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#politics

Breitbart: Allegations Emerge that U.S. Officials Met with ‘Missing’ Biden Corruption Witness
Allegations Emerge that U.S. Officials Met with ‘Missing’ Biden Corruption Witness
Allegations emerged about U.S. officials setting up a meeting with a whistleblower, Dr. Gal Luft, who claims he was arrested to prevent his cooperation with a probe into the Biden family. Luft alleges the Bidens received money from a company linked to the CCP and had a mole inside the FBI. Recently surfaced documents support his claims. He provided information on the Biden family's financial transactions and identified Hunter Biden's bagman. The government covered up the meeting and prevented prosecutors from questioning key individuals.


Red State: 'I Made a Huge Mistake': Tucker Carlson Talks Covering Politics, Why He Was Fired, and Donald Trump
'I Made a Huge Mistake': Tucker Carlson Talks Covering Politics, Why He Was Fired, and Donald Trump
Fox News fires Tucker Carlson, shocking the media and political world. Carlson discusses his firing in a podcast interview with Russell Brand, stating that he was not angry and doesn't know why he was fired. He praises Fox for allowing him to speak his mind but mentions a "red line" on the Russia-Ukraine war. Carlson also expresses his love for Trump and admits to making a mistake in getting involved in politics. He is more interested in ideas and people than politics. The war in Ukraine continues with devastating consequences.


Breitbart: Capehart: Biden Tech Censorship Efforts 'Responsible' and Court Ruling Against Them 'from the Fever Swamps'
Capehart: Biden Tech Censorship Efforts 'Responsible' and Court Ruling Against Them 'from the Fever Swamps'
MSNBC host and Washington Post Associate Editor Jonathan Capehart defends Biden administration's social media censorship efforts, arguing that they are trying to save lives from misinformation and disinformation. Capehart criticizes judicial decisions that hinder the administration's efforts and mentions a case involving an individual with weapons near Obama's home.


Breitbart: Brooks: It's a 'Problem for Democracy' to Have D.C., Tech 'Elites' Censoring Speech
Brooks: It's a 'Problem for Democracy' to Have D.C., Tech 'Elites' Censoring Speech
David Brooks expresses concern over the power of big tech and government working together to control what is allowed on social media. He believes that having elites in Washington and Silicon Valley making these decisions is problematic for democracy.


#society

The Epoch Times: Russian Pavilion Will Not Be Included in Edmonton Heritage Festival: Organizers
Russian Pavilion Will Not Be Included in Edmonton Heritage Festival: Organizers
Due to safety concerns and ongoing conflicts between Ukraine and Russia, the Russian pavilion will not be part of the Edmonton Heritage Festival. Ukrainian organizations and community members urged the association to bar the Russian pavilion from participating in the festival due to the war. The Edmonton Heritage Festival Association (EHFA) received threats and increased security is advised if the Russian pavilion is included. The decision to exclude the Russian pavilion was praised by the president of the Friends of the Ukrainian Heritage Pavilion Society. The Russian Heritage Cultural Development Association expressed disappointment, citing the lack of safety guarantees at the event. Several cancellations and attacks on Russian culture-related entities in Canada and other Western countries have occurred since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The heritage festival will take place from Aug. 5 to Aug. 7.


The Epoch Times: California AG Joins National Effort to Make Canceling Unwanted Subscriptions Easy
California AG Joins National Effort to Make Canceling Unwanted Subscriptions Easy
California Attorney General Rob Bonta supports proposed FTC changes that will make canceling subscriptions easier for consumers. The changes would require businesses to offer easy and immediate cancellation options, reminders of upcoming charges, and additional consent from consumers for charging after free trials. The FTC's efforts come in response to deceptive enrollment tactics and rising complaints about difficulty canceling subscriptions.


Red State: New Poll on Unity and Disunity - The Divided States?
New Poll on Unity and Disunity - The Divided States?
Americans are increasingly divided and concerned about the unity of the country. According to a recent poll, only 24% of respondents feel that the U.S. is united, while 74% believe it is divided. Additionally, a majority of Americans are uncertain if the United States will exist in its current form in 10 years. This division raises questions about the future of the country and the possibility of a red/blue divide.


#war

Euromaidan Press: Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to Zelenskyy: “Patriarchate, as the mother church of all Orthodox in Ukraine, is always on their side”
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to Zelenskyy: “Patriarchate, as the mother church of all Orthodox in Ukraine, is always on their side”
During his visit to Istanbul, Ukraine's Zelenskyy met with Patriarch Bartholomew who showed support for Ukraine and conducted a memorial prayer for war victims. They also discussed the Peace Formula and the return of deported children. Zelenskyy also met with Turkish President Erdoğan to discuss Ukraine's NATO membership.


Euromaidan Press: Portugal became the 23rd country which declared its support for Ukraine’s NATO membership
Portugal became the 23rd country which declared its support for Ukraine’s NATO membership
During a phone call, President Zelenskyy and Prime Minister Costa adopted a joint declaration supporting Ukraine's NATO membership after the war ends. The declaration condemns the Russian invasion and Portugal commits to providing financial, material, and military aid to Ukraine.


Flag And Cross: Biden Grants Ukraine Banned 'Cluster Bombs' – Defies US Law and International Human Rights Treaty
Biden Grants Ukraine Banned 'Cluster Bombs' – Defies US Law and International Human Rights Treaty
President Joe Biden has promised to supply Ukraine with cluster bombs, which has drawn criticism from human rights groups concerned about civilian deaths. Cluster bombs, which can fail to detonate upon impact, become land mines and pose a risk to civilians for decades. Despite being banned in over 100 countries, the United States, Russia, and Ukraine continue to use cluster munitions, with Russia deploying them at least 16 times last year. Human Rights Watch has called for both sides to cease their use of these weapons.


#foreignaffairs

The Epoch Times: Group Files Application to International Court of Justice Against Iran Over Downing of Flight PS752
Group Files Application to International Court of Justice Against Iran Over Downing of Flight PS752
An international group of ministers filed a joint application with the International Court of Justice against Iran over the downing of Flight PS752, which resulted in the loss of 176 lives. The group accuses Iran of violating international legal obligations and failing to conduct a comprehensive investigation.


#economy

The Epoch Times: IN-DEPTH: 'It Would Be Devastating': Local Officials Warn of Wind Turbine Development's Impact to Jersey Shore's Tourism Industry
IN-DEPTH: 'It Would Be Devastating': Local Officials Warn of Wind Turbine Development's Impact to Jersey Shore's Tourism Industry
Wind energy companies plan to install 200 turbines along the coast of southern New Jersey, potentially damaging the lucrative tourism industry. The local county's tourism director warns that a 15 percent loss in tourists could set the region back by six years and result in a loss of $1.11 billion. Local officials have opposed the wind installations and initiated legal action, but the companies have shown no interest in compromising.


#health

The Epoch Times: Raw Homemade Ice Cream (Recipe)
Raw Homemade Ice Cream (Recipe)
Creamy raw milk ice cream recipe with options for vanilla or chocolate flavors. Blend eggs, sugar, cream, milk, and vanilla, then freeze. For chocolate, add cocoa powder and gelatin. (health)


Fox News: UFC 290 fighter Josiah Harrell withdraws due to rare brain disease ahead of fight debut
UFC 290 fighter Josiah Harrell withdraws due to rare brain disease ahead of fight debut
MMA fighter Josiah Harrell was forced to withdraw from UFC 290 due to a medical issue. His manager revealed that Harrell has been diagnosed with moyamoya disease, a rare blood vessel disorder. He will likely undergo brain surgery in the future.


#crime

Human Events: UK drug dealers convicted of stabbing Conservative Party activist’s son to death
UK drug dealers convicted of stabbing Conservative Party
activist’s son to death
Two drug dealers are found guilty of murdering Sven Badzak, son of a Conservative party activist, in Kilburn. Badzak and his friend were stabbed by a group of six men on their way to a grocery store. The killers were members of the South Kilburn gang.


Fox News: Serial Los Angeles rapist preyed on women he met online as victim count climbs: Police
Serial Los Angeles rapist preyed on women he met online as victim count climbs: Police
A serial predator with a history of abusing women has been accused of sexually assaulting over a dozen women in Los Angeles. The number of victims continues to grow as more survivors come forward. The suspect, Terrance Hawkins, met his victims on social media platforms.


Fox News: Robber attempts to hold up Atlanta nail salon, leaves after being ignored
Robber attempts to hold up Atlanta nail salon, leaves after being ignored
A would-be robber in Georgia entered a salon, demanding money with his hand inside a bag. The customers ignored him, only one woman hesitantly complied. The suspect eventually gave up and left with just a phone. Authorities are seeking assistance to identify him.


The Epoch Times: Inmate Suspected of Homicide Escapes From a Pennsylvania Jail Using Bed Sheets
Inmate Suspected of Homicide Escapes From a Pennsylvania Jail Using Bed Sheets
Authorities in Warren, Pennsylvania are searching for a dangerous escaped inmate who used bed sheets to break out of jail. Michael Burham, who was being held on arson and burglary charges and was a suspect in a homicide investigation, also had prior involvement in a carjacking and kidnapping. The public is urged to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity.


#sports

Fox News: Sha’Carri Richardson wins 100 meters at US Championships two years after suspension
Sha’Carri Richardson wins 100 meters at US Championships two years after suspension
Sha'Carri Richardson, who previously faced a suspension for marijuana use, won the 100-meter title at the U.S. championships with a time of 10.82 seconds. Richardson expressed her readiness to compete at the world championships next month in Budapest. She also discussed the emotional struggles she faced after the loss of her mother.


The Epoch Times: Cameron Young Carries John Deere Classic Lead Into Weekend
Cameron Young Carries John Deere Classic Lead Into Weekend
Cameron Young takes the lead in the John Deere Classic, showcasing his skills with an impressive 64. He is being chased by other contenders, with the tournament known for producing first-time winners. It remains a close competition with many players still in contention.


The Epoch Times: Betts Hits Two of Dodgers' Five Homers and Drives in Four Runs in 11–4 Victory Over Angels
Betts Hits Two of Dodgers' Five Homers and Drives in Four Runs in 11–4 Victory Over Angels
The Los Angeles Dodgers defeat the Angels for the ninth time in a row with an 11-4 victory. Mookie Betts shines with two solo homers and four RBIs while starting in the infield. The Angels struggle, and the Dodgers continue their dominance in the Freeway Series.


#technology

The Epoch Times: Geneva UN Summit on AI Explores Globalist Interventions
Geneva UN Summit on AI Explores Globalist Interventions
The Swiss government and the United Nations held a summit on artificial intelligence (AI) in Geneva, aiming to address governance issues and propose global intervention for controlling AI use. The U.N. summit, titled "AI for Good Global Summit," involved 3,000 experts, academics, and industry representatives, discussing frameworks and guardrails for safe AI use. Meanwhile, in the United States, President Biden and Vice President Harris are working on initiatives to regulate the spread of AI.


Flag And Cross: ChatGPT's Website Traffic Drops As Users Encounter False Information And Regulatory Concerns
ChatGPT's Website Traffic Drops As Users Encounter False Information And Regulatory Concerns
ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and backed by Microsoft, experienced a decline in both website traffic and app downloads. Initially gaining popularity with an estimated 100 million monthly users, it was utilized by various professionals, but concerns over false information and data leaks led to restrictions and a decrease in usage. The end of the school year and imminent regulations in the European Union also contributed to the drop.


#other

The Epoch Times: W. A. Mozart: Symphony No. 41, 4th Movement | Vicente Chamber Orchestra, Zain Khan
W. A. Mozart: Symphony No. 41, 4th Movement | Vicente Chamber Orchestra, Zain Khan
Mozart's Symphony No. 41, also known as "Jupiter," was created in 1788 during a difficult time for the composer. Despite not breaking new ground, Mozart crafted a symphony that stands as a pinnacle of Classical symphonism. The first movement begins with a powerful orchestral exclamation followed by a gentle plea from the violins. The second movement contrasts a serene main theme with dramatic tension in the secondary theme. The Minuet maintains a refined dance stylization, while the grand finale showcases contrapuntal athleticism with five themes combined in a fugal climax.


Newsbusters: Brazen Media Deny Real Reasons for ‘Dial of Destiny’s’ Failure
Brazen Media Deny Real Reasons for ‘Dial of Destiny’s’ Failure
"Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny" opens to a weak $60 million at the box office. The film's failure is attributed to poor Cannes reception, competition from earlier films in the series, and concerns over Disney's treatment of beloved characters. Conservatives and die-hard Indy fans are disappointed by the film's rumored plot changes and weak CGI effects. Critics fail to address these concerns and ignore the overall distrust of the Disney and Lucasfilm brands.