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2…………> Biden’s Presidency: Sinking Fortunes
President Biden began his term with 56% of the country approving of his performance, after having won more than 80 million votes – more than any other president, but in his first year, he has had a startling reversal of fortunes. As of today, his approval has sunk to 42%.
3…………> Rush for Tonga Supply’s
Teams are working desperately to clear ash from Tonga’s main airport runway in an effort to get vital supplies to the region following a volcanic eruption, as hundreds of people with wheelbarrows and shovels are sweeping the site so flights can deliver food and drinking water to the Pacific islands.
4…………> Bronx Fire-fields: Rolling In
A massive explosion in the Bronx last week destroyed a house, killing one person and injuring eight others, just days earlier, a fire in the same borough killed 17 and injured dozens of others.
5…………> World’s Oldest Social Network
Archaeologists have unearthed what they say is the world’s oldest social network that spread for thousands of miles between southern and eastern Africa and that took on trading beads made of ostrich eggshells (OES).