Iran reportedly sends hundreds of ballistic missiles to Russia

Iran reportedly sends hundreds of ballistic missiles to Russia

Iran showcases its first hypersonic ballistic missile “Fattah” (Conqueror) at an event attended by President Ebrahim Raisi and other government officials in Tehran, Iran, June 6, 2023. Sepah News | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Iran has sent hundreds of its powerful ballistic missiles to President Vladimir Putin’s government in Russia, boosting military cooperation between…

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Biden creates anti-Trump war chest

Biden creates anti-Trump war chest

US President Biden boards Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on December 20, 2023 and travels to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Almond Ngan | Afp | Getty Images President Joe Biden’s $140 million campaign war chest has been bolstered by a group of loyal advisers and fundraisers that some party strategists are calling a…

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Trump clemency recipient Philip Esformes pleads guilty in Medicare fraud case

Trump clemency recipient Philip Esformes pleads guilty in Medicare fraud case

Philip Esformes attends the 15th Annual Harold & Carole Pump Foundation Gala at Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on August 7, 2015 in Century City, California. Tiffany Rose | Getty Images Philip Esformes pleaded guilty to health care fraud on Thursday, ending the Justice Department’s years-long effort to prosecute the convicted fraudster after then-President Donald Trump…

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FCC finalizes rules for ‘all-in’ cable and satellite pricing

FCC finalizes rules for ‘all-in’ cable and satellite pricing

Signage is seen at the Federal Communications Commission headquarters in Washington, DC Andrew Kelly | Reuters WASHINGTON – A federal consumer watchdog said Wednesday that it has adopted rules requiring cable and satellite providers to display a “flat rate” for video programming on consumer bills and promotional materials. The Federal Communications Commission’s final rules are…

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