During Joe Biden’s presidency, we’ve had some tough economic times. But when former President Donald Trump was in, it seemed like endless chaos and scandal. So, who do you choose?
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The North American wolverine would receive threatened species protections under a Biden administration proposal. Warming temperatures are expected to shrink the mountain snowpack wolverines rely on.
Ryan Fournier faces two misdemeanor charges, according to documents filed in a North Carolina court. The young conservative was credited with driving thousands of students to the polls in 2016.
At least 30 Palestinians in Israeli jails and 10 hostages held by Hamas are likely to be freed on Wednesday. U.S. and Israeli officials are in Qatar trying to work out a further cease-fire extension.
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