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Placeholder while article actions load Good morning, Early Birds. This newsletter will not accept cash donations in suitcases. But we will take your tips: [email protected] Thanks for waking up with us. In today’s edition … Jan. 6 committee subpoenas former White House counsel Pat Cipollone … Tony Romm reports Democrats are forging ahead on drug …

Part A – General Why people behave in a similar way? Do they have shared beliefs and values? Most likely, our minds shape our actions and once people talk the same language and do things similarly, they formed a culture. Different cultures can be seen in countries, companies and communities. We grow up with our …

It was easy at the start of the pandemic to be confident that the American health-care system could rise to the challenge. Such optimism has long since drained away, however, due to more than 1 million deaths and ongoing infections that have led to 100,000 new cases nearly every day in June. “The national response …

June 8, 2022 All major U.S. defense systems and platforms rely on semiconductors for their performance. Consequently, the erosion of U.S. capabilities in microelectronics is a direct threat to the United States’ ability to defend itself and its allies. Moreover, the U.S. civilian economy is deeply dependent on semiconductor-based platforms for its daily operations. Ensuring …

INDIANAPOLIS — Local and national public health officials are asking Marion County residents to take part in a new health and nutrition survey. Marion is one of 15 counties around the country that were chosen to take part in the national health and nutrition examination survey. The survey is done by the CDC to get …

KYIV, Ukraine—Russia is moving to tighten its hold over occupied parts of Ukraine as its military campaign to take more territory in the eastern Donbas region stalls in the face of fierce resistance, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warning that fighting is set to intensify. In Mariupol, the largest Ukrainian city taken over by Russian …

ISTANBUL—NATO membership for Finland and Sweden, potentially among the most dramatic shifts in European security policy in decades, now depends largely on the decision of one man: Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Mr. Erdogan’s decision to block a speedy entrance for the two countries into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has opened the door to …

KYIV, Ukraine—Ukrainian forces in the northeastern region of Kharkiv have regained territory at the Russian border, the regional governor said, while Russian forces continued to shell cities in Donbas and carried out a rare missile strike in western Ukraine. Kharkiv regional governor Oleh Sinegubov said Monday that even as Ukraine wins back territory seized by …

Live Nation is offering $25 concert tickets to celebrate National Concert Week.  The entertainment company is sharing this promotion with fans from May 4-10. This year’s rate is up $5 from the last time the deal was held.  According to Live Nation, the $25 ticket includes all fees. The promotion gives fans the opportunity to attend …

SAN DIEGO — The U.S. surgeon general warns burnout among health care workers is a national crisis. The surgeon general says health care workers described their burnout throughout the pandemic as “exhausting” and “traumatic” and that they now need help. “I’m not going to call it a burnout,” ER nurse Michael Jackson, with National Nurses …