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Jul 30, 2022

In a surprising offer made by the U.S. Government, officials have floated swapping infamous Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout, currently imprisoned for life, for two Russian prisoners, one of whom is WNBA player Brittney Griner.
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The Young Turks: July 29, 2022

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito gave a completely out-of-pocket speech in Rome in his first public remarks since he helped overturn the Roe v Wade precedent earlier this month. Justice Alito mocked critics of the reversal, emphasizing how foreign leaders and the international community have weighed in on the decision while dismissing any of the horrors pregnant people across the country have had to deal with since the Dobbs v Jackson decision was handed down.
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Exxon Mobil and Chevron, the biggest oil companies in the U.S., recorded record-breaking profits and revenue from this past business quarter and have already ramped up their already egregious stock buyback program to further enrich shareholders and executives. Including Europe's top oil companies Shell and TotalEnergies, the four corporations combined to return over $23 billion to shareholders through stock buybacks just this past quarter alone.
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A Trader Joe's grocery store in Hadley, Massachusetts just became the first unionized location in the country as workers voted to form a labor union in a 45-31 vote. Even though this is the only unionized location in the country so far, this is a momentous step forward for the labor movement as union efforts continue spreading across industries and corporations.
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Meta, the parent company of Facebook, released a pretty cringe ad showing off the Metaverse's virtual reality capabilities with Mark Zuckerberg and Neil DeGrasse Tyson admiring photos of outer space from the James Webb Telescope. Too bad the Meta VR headset has horrible resolution while the company is already in hot water for trying to expand their virtual reality presence further.
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A data company has conducted an analysis of Democratic voters and Joe Biden's popularity among them, with results indicating that most respondents would much prefer a new president with names like Kamala Harris and Hillary Clinton among their top choices.
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In a surprising offer made by the U.S. Government, officials have floated swapping infamous Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout, currently imprisoned for life, for two Russian prisoners, one of whom is WNBA player Brittney Griner.
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Conveniently in time with the viral video of him fleeing the Capitol, Josh Hawley took it upon himself to write an entire book about masculinity and how virtues like assertiveness and courage are gone in contemporary men.
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A Florida man has been arrested after he took control of a Ford F-150 and drove to Patrick Space Force Base in a dire mission to warn authorities that there were United States extraterrestrials in combat with Chinese dragons.
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Researchers in Japan have divulged their findings in data they've been collecting which seems to indicate that pigs could have the ability to breathe through their anus, and there are intentions for humans to soon have the same abilities.
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U.S. Congressman Ro Khanna discusses the upcoming strategy implemented by the Democratic party to get Progressive legislation passed in Congress.
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As President Joe Biden's polling continues to fall flat, Ro Khanna gives his justification for why the incumbent president still has his support, and it comes down to an issue of a lack of alternatives.
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