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Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Crayola LLC, the brand that inspires creativity through color, and Mrs. Bloom's License Corp., an international importer and distributor of fresh cut flowers, announced today the vibrant launch of Crayola Flowers, a collaboration that reimagines how consumers can shop with a purpose and nonprofits can raise funds for their causes. read more

Saturday, September 16, 2023

After a historic 10-day trial, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was acquitted Saturday by the state Senate on 16 charges of bribery, unfitness for office and abuse of office. He was immediately reinstated, ending a suspension that began in May with his impeachment by the state House. The verdict could propel the conservative Republican's political future at home and potentially on the national stage. Senators had deliberated in private for more than eight hours before returning to the chamber to individually declare their decision in public on a form and then by voice. The process took about an hour and a half, the "yay" and "nay" votes being sounded over and over. Many resulted in the same 14-16 margin, with only two Republicans siding with the dozen Democrats; 21 votes were required for conviction. Paxton, 60, was not present for any of it. read more

Friday, September 15, 2023

The judge overseeing the Georgia election interference case has severed the case, ordering that 17 defendants -- including Donald Trump -- will not be tried alongside speedy trial defendants Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell on Oct. 23. read more

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

As many as 10,000 people are feared dead after a storm slammed into Libya, unleashing a devastating surge of floodwater across the country's east. A disaster wrought by intense rainfall from Mediterranean storm Daniel intensified when two dams burst " with more than 2,000 people killed in one coastal city and thousands more missing, aid agencies and officials said Tuesday. Entire neighborhoods were swept away in the North African country, which was already reeling from years of conflict. Images showed the region obliterated by raging floodwaters, with cars, masonry and debris strewn across streets and entire buildings swept away. The deluge appeared to have done its worst damage to Derna, a city where 2,300 people were confirmed dead and another 5,000 were missing, according to the Ambulance and Emergency Service. read more

Monday, September 11, 2023

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized and approved updated COVID boosters on Monday amid rising cases and hospitalizations across the country. read more


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