Tag: decision

  • ‘Young Royals’ finale: Creator explains Wilhelm and Simon’s decision

    ‘Young Royals’ finale: Creator explains Wilhelm and Simon’s decision

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    This article contains spoilers for the series finale of Netflix’s “Young Royals.” For three seasons on Netflix’s “Young Royals,” Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding) has wrestled with a difficult question: Can he balance his duties as the heir to the Swedish throne with his love for his working-class schoolmate Simon Eriksson (Omar Rudberg)? The answer, in…

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  • US: Israel Has Agreed To The Framework For A Gaza Cease-fire, Now Awaiting Hamas’ Decision

    US: Israel Has Agreed To The Framework For A Gaza Cease-fire, Now Awaiting Hamas’ Decision

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    RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel has essentially endorsed a framework of a proposed Gaza cease-fire and hostage release deal, and it is now up to Hamas to agree to it, a senior U.S. administration official said Saturday, a day before talks to reach an agreement were to resume in Egypt. International mediators have been…

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  • Real-Time River House Decision: What Hardware For The Mudroom Cabinets…

    Real-Time River House Decision: What Hardware For The Mudroom Cabinets…

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    Today, my friends, I wanted to bring you along, in real-time, of us choosing the hardware for the mudroom of my brother’s river house. Listen, the right hardware can take something more builder grade and make it look custom, OR (horror story) something custom and make it look “builder grade” (no offense to builders, I…

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  • Israeli Supreme Court Decision Prompts Polarized Response in a Nation at War

    Israeli Supreme Court Decision Prompts Polarized Response in a Nation at War

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    The Israeli military said on Monday that it would begin withdrawing several thousand troops from the Gaza Strip at least temporarily, in what was the most significant publicly announced reduction since the war with Hamas began. The military cited a growing toll on the Israeli economy after nearly three months of wartime mobilization with little…

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  • Rudy Giuliani dismisses $148m damages verdict as ‘absurd’ as former election workers praise decision – as it happened | Rudy Giuliani

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    Closing summary A jury has ordered Rudy Giuliani to pay former election workers Ruby Freeman and her daughter, Shaye Moss, $148.1m after he spread lies about them following the 2020 election. It is one of the most significant verdicts to date seeking accountability for those who attempted to overturn the 2020 election. There were gasps…

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  • IG investigating the decision to relocate FBI headquarters to Maryland : NPR

    IG investigating the decision to relocate FBI headquarters to Maryland : NPR

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    The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building, home of the FBI’s headquarters, is seen on June 9, 2023, in Washington, D.C. The General Services Administration’s inspector general is investigating the decision to build a new HQ in Maryland. Alex Brandon/AP file photo hide caption toggle caption Alex Brandon/AP file photo The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building,…

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  • Obama criticizes Israel’s decision to cut off food and water to Gaza | Barack Obama

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    Some of Israel’s decisions in its war against Hamas – including cutting off food and water for Gaza – could “harden Palestinian attitudes for generations” and weaken international support for Israel, Barack Obama said Monday. In rare comments on an active foreign policy crisis, the ex-US president said any Israeli military strategy that ignores the…

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  • Inside Trump’s Decision to Skip the G.O.P. Debate

    Inside Trump’s Decision to Skip the G.O.P. Debate

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    On a cool August night on the crowded patio of his private club in New Jersey, former President Donald J. Trump held up his phone to his dinner companions. The Republican front-runner was having dinner with a Fox News contributor and columnist, Charlie Hurt, when a call came in from another member of the Fox…

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  • Behind Washington’s Decision to Supply Cluster Bombs to Ukraine

    Behind Washington’s Decision to Supply Cluster Bombs to Ukraine

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    Cluster bombs, which the Biden Administration has decided to supply to Ukraine, are neither new nor novel. The United States used them during the Vietnam War and at the start of the war in Afghanistan; and both Ukraine and, to a much larger extent, Russia have reportedly used them since fighting between the nations began…

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  • Supreme Court’s Student Loan Decision Shows We Are Ruled by Elites

    Supreme Court’s Student Loan Decision Shows We Are Ruled by Elites

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    Maybe Chief Justice John Roberts should change his title to Chief Social Engineer in light of the Supreme Court’s insistence on telling Americans how they should live. Today’s 6-3 striking down of President Joe Biden’s federal student loan forgiveness plan is the latest example of the high court’s steady expansion of its authority. At issue…

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