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5th grader celebrated for Rubik’s Cube talent

Tarron Nelson is an 11-year-old student at Northview Elementary School with a unique talent.

Hamas has softened some demands as Gaza hostage and ceasefire negotiations progress, sources say

Hamas has backed off some key demands in the negotiations for a hostage deal and pause in the fighting in Gaza following Israeli accusations that its position was “delusional,” bringing the negotiating parties closer to an initial agreement that could ...

US government sues to block largest supermarket merger in history

The Federal Trade Commission on Monday sued to block the $25 billion deal between Kroger and Albertsons, alleging the largest supermarket merger in US history would lead to higher prices, store closures and job losses.

Exclusive: Key figure in fake electors plot concealed damning posts on secret Twitter account from investigators

Kenneth Chesebro, the right-wing attorney who helped devise the Trump campaign’s fake electors plot in 2020, concealed a secret Twitter account from Michigan prosecutors, hiding dozens of damning posts that undercut his statements to investigators about his role in the ...

Key figure fake electors plot: Concealed damning posts on secret Twitter account from investigators

Kenneth Chesebro, the right-wing attorney who helped devise the Trump campaign’s fake electors plot in 2020, concealed a secret Twitter account from Michigan prosecutors, hiding dozens of damning posts that undercut his statements to investigators about his role in the ...

Children's Museum Houston's Spring Break Blast ignites the stage with electrifying energy!

Hold onto your hats and buckle up for a wild ride of excitement at the Children's Museum Houston's Spring Break Blast!

Ex-FBI informant Smirnov will remain in jail while he awaits trial, judge rules

Ex-FBI informant Alexander Smirnov will remain in jail while he awaits trial, a federal judge in California ruled Monday.

Texas man eavesdropping on wife’s phone calls faces criminal charges/divorce — plots for $1.76 million insider trading

A Texas man is facing insider trading charges and jail time after he used information gleaned from eavesdropping on his wife’s work-from-home calls, netting him $1.76 million from an upcoming oil industry acquisition.

Houston PetSet & Council Member Mario Castillo Unite for Pet Welfare: Event Update

In a joint effort to combat Houston's homeless animal crisis and celebrate Love Your Pet Month and World Spay Day, Houston PetSet and District H City Council Member Mario Castillo had planned to host a transformative free Spay/Neuter and Parasite ...

Lieutenant Johnson accepted into the Navy Recruiting Command's Junior Officer Diversity Outreach Program

An Officer from Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, USN, Newport News (SUPSHIPNN) Lieutenant Latriva (Triv) Johnson was accepted into the Navy Recruiting Command's (NAVCRUITCOM) Junior Officer Diversity Outreach Program (JODO) on January 24, 2024.

Kellogg’s CEO faces backlash; says people should eat cereal for dinner to save money

“Let them eat Corn Flakes” appears to be Kellogg’s CEO Gary Pilnick’s advice to cash-strapped shoppers who are spending the highest portion of their income on food than at any point in the last 30 years.

UHD Unveils Rhythm & Books: A Musical Celebration of Texas Talent

As part of its illustrious 50th-anniversary festivities in 2024, the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) is set to enchant music enthusiasts with the launch of its groundbreaking Rhythm & Books concert series. This innovative initiative promises an enchanting fusion of live ...

Judge rules: Ex-FBI informant Smirnov remains in jail; awaits trial

Ex-FBI informant Alexander Smirnov will remain in jail while he awaits trial, a federal judge in California ruled Monday.

Empowering Student Civic Engagement: U.S. Department of Education Unveils Essential Voter Toolkit

In an epoch marked by the imperative of civic engagement, the U.S. Department of Education unfurls a dynamic resource, the "Toolkit for the Promotion of Voter Participation for Students." This unveiling signifies a pivotal stride in equipping educational institutions with ...

Federal government begins formal process of preparing partial shutdown – again

Congress is quickly approaching a pair of government funding deadlines, with less than a week to go before a potential partial shutdown and lawmakers at an impasse with no clear plan in place to avoid it.

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