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2 killed, 5 injured in Philadelphia shooting, I-95 reopened after being closed

1-95 closed during shooting in PhiladelphisPennsylvania state police say two people were killed while five others were injured in a shooting incident Tuesday night in Philadelphia that prompted the closure of the northbound lanes of I-95.

At least 70 shots were fired around 8:30 p.m. in the north part of the city, reported 6ABCNews.

Seven Hispanic men 19 to 38 years old were taken to local hospitals, said the Philadelphia Police Department.

Two died from their injuries. They were 31-years-old and 38-years-old. Their names have not been released.


Russia says co-existence not possible with Ukraine's current 'regime'

PutinRussia cannot co-exist with the present "regime" in Kyiv, a senior Russian official said on Tuesday, reaffirming the goals of what President Vladimir Putin calls a special military operation to "demilitarise" Ukraine.Russia cannot co-exist with the present "regime" in Kyiv, a senior Russian official said on Tuesday, reaffirming the goals of what President Vladimir Putin calls a special military operation to "demilitarise" Ukraine.

Putin sent troops into Ukraine in February 2022, triggering a war in Europe and the most serious confrontation between Russia and the West since the depths of the Cold War.


House GOP subpoenas Hunter Biden prosecutor in impeachment inquiry

Jordan subpoenas Hunter Biden prosecutor

House Republicans are demanding testimony on Dec. 7 from a top prosecutor on the Hunter Biden investigation as part of their impeachment inquiry into the president, according to a subpoena reviewed by POLITICO.

The House Judiciary Committee, helmed by Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) subpoenaed Lesley Wolf — a prosecutor in the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office — on Tuesday. The panel is investigating allegations of political interference in the federal investigation into Hunter Biden. Prosecutors reached a plea deal with Biden’s lawyers this summer that fell apart after scrutiny from a judge. The Justice Department then charged the president’s son in September with illegally owning a gun while a drug user.

Two IRS agents who worked on the Justice Department’s investigation into the president’s son have accused Wolf of stymieing their efforts to fully investigate the Biden family. They also told lawmakers she directed investigators to remove a reference to Joe Biden from a search warrant and that she blocked the team from searching his home.






Palestinians in Israel cite threats, firings and discrimination after Oct. 7

Standing togetherTwo years ago, Samah Abou Shhadeh graduated from college and landed a coveted job as an economist at an Israeli financial services company in a skyscraper in downtown Tel Aviv.

Abou Shhadeh's hiring broke barriers.

"I was the first Arab to come to this company, with all Jewish colleagues. I felt like I had to work extra hard," she tells NPR.

She commuted daily from her home in Jaffa, an ancient Arab quarter of what is now Tel Aviv, where her family has lived for centuries. At work, she kept her head down, and avoided talk about politics. Instead, she'd regale her colleagues with talk about her upcoming wedding.


Hamas agrees to release 50 women, children, in ‘first phase’ of hostage deal

Hamas agrees to release 50 women and childrenA deal has been reached to release 50 women and children that were kidnapped by Hamas and is set to go into effect sometime on Thursday, following intensive international negotiations over the course of a month and a half, according to U.S. officials and the Israeli government.

Israel and Hamas agreed to implement a temporary ceasefire for four days to allow for the safe transfer of hostages and the delivery of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip. The release of hostages is expected to trigger the release of Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails, per a Hamas demand.

The U.S. believes that there are more children and women beyond the 50 that Hamas had identified for release, with a senior U.S. administration official telling reporters in a call on Tuesday night that Hamas has not been able to provide a comprehensive list of all the people who were kidnapped from Israel.





Student debt forgiveness: 'Tricked’ sales class grads to get over $30 million

Student debtTens of millions of dollars in debt relief are about to flow toward graduates of a 12-week sales bootcamp that the federal government says spent years luring students into agreeing to illegal and predatory loans with promises of six-figure salaries and guaranteed jobs.

A court order signed Monday by a Delaware bankruptcy judge requires Prehired, a self-described workforce accelerator, to shut down permanently and provide more than $30 million total in debt forgiveness to hundreds of former customers. Those customers, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, were “kept in the dark” about key loan information and “tricked” with deceptive debt collection practices.

The federal agency announced the court order on Monday along with 11 state attorneys general, who jointly sued Prehired and its affiliated companies in July over its business practices.


Democrats supporting Israel oppose Bernie Sanders’ plan for conditional aid

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders called on Congress to require Israel to change its policies as a condition to receiving US military aid – a statement that was met with fierce opposition by vocal Democratic supporters of the Jewish state, underscoring a deepening rift on the left over the Biden administration’s response to the war.

In a statement on Saturday, Sanders, a leading progressive voice, proposed leveraging US security assistance as a way of forcing Israel to reconsider its military strategy amid its bombardment and blockade of Gaza that has led to spiraling death, dislocation and destruction across the territory.

“While Israel has the right to go after Hamas, [Israeli prime minister Benjamin] Netanyahu’s rightwing extremist government does not have the right to wage almost total warfare against the Palestinian people,” Sanders said in the statement. “That is morally unacceptable and in violation of international law.”


Prominent conservative lawyers band together to fight Trump threat

 Conservative lawyer against Trump

Three prominent US legal thinkers have announced a new organisation to champion conservative legal theory within the rule of law, to fight the threat of a second Donald Trump term.

“Our country comes first,” the three wrote in the New York Times, “and our country is in a constitutional emergency, if not a constitutional crisis. We all must act accordingly, especially us lawyers.”

The authors were George Conway, an attorney formerly married to Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s White House counselor; J Michael Luttig, a retired judge and adviser to Trump’s vice-president, Mike Pence, who became a prominent January 6 witness; and Barbara Comstock, a former Republican congresswoman from Virginia.


WHO: planning under way to evacuate three Gaza hospitals

WHO planning to evacuate hospitals ion Northern GazaThe World Health Organization said on Tuesday three hospitals in Israeli-besieged northern Gaza had requested help with evacuating patients and that planning for that was under way, expressing regret that doing so would rob people of a lifeline.

Hospitals have come under bombardment in the Israel-Hamas conflict and all hospitals in the northern part of the enclave have effectively ceased functioning normally, although they continue to house some patients that could not flee and displaced Gazans.


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