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Nicola Sturgeon urges people to follow Government advice despite public anger
Scotland's First Minister has urged people to follow Government coronavirus rules "even if you feel angry with a politician just now" amid growing anger over a Downing Street Christmas party.
Progressives Ask Why Deal to Pass Debt Ceiling Can't Be Used for Voting Rights
Democrats and Republicans in the Senate have reached an agreement on the debt limit, subverting the economic disaster that would have taken place if the United States government were to default on its debts for the first time.
Liberal MP Andrew Laming confronts Atagi on 'farrago' of Australian vaccine mandates
Queensland Liberal MP Andrew Laming has challenged federal government vaccine advisers over state-imposed mandates, saying a more "nuanced" approach is needed to address the risk of Covid-19 transmission.
Oregon climate program gets tougher in DEQ revisions - Portland Business Journal
Revisions to Oregon's proposed greenhouse gas reduction program have left business groups dismayed and climate activists pleased.
Proposed law would give renters facing eviction a 10-day warning period - The San Francisco Examiner
Proposed law would give renters facing eviction a 10-day warning period
Loft law update gives tenants right to sue in housing court * Brooklyn Paper
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Rohingya refugees from Myanmar sue Facebook for $150B for spreading hate speech | CBC News
Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are suing Meta Platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook, for $150 billion US over allegations that the social media company did not take action against anti-Rohingya hate speech that contributed to violence.
Misogyny should not be made a hate crime, official review finds
An official review has stopped short of calling for misogyny to be made a hate crime, despite mounting calls for change following the murder of Sarah Everard.
Labor reaches out to religious communities with faith and climate summit
Labor will extend an olive branch to religious communities through a faith and climate summit on Thursday, Kristina Keneally has revealed.
College student who traveled to East Coast is L.A. County's 2nd Omicron case
Health officials reported Los Angeles County's second confirmed case of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus Monday: a college student who had recently returned from the East Coast.