Washington State women hold off Utah’s late rally, win 57-48

Washington State’s Krystal Leger-Walker, center, and Charlisse Leger-Walker (5) and Utah guard Niyah Becker (14) reach for a loose ball during an NCAA college basketball game in the first round of the Pac-12 women’s tournament Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Las Vegas. | Isaac Brekken, Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) — Freshman Charlisse Leger-Walker scored […]

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Morente reminds kin of deceased aliens to report such deaths to BI

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) urged relatives and acquaintances of foreign nationals residing in the country who have died to report their deaths to the Bureau so it can update its records and cancel these late aliens’ registration. In a statement, Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente explained that under the 1950 alien registration act, the parents […]

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Home Invasions: All The Ways The Government Can Lay Siege To Your Property

Home Invasions: All The Ways The Government Can Lay Siege To Your Property Authored by John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead via The Rutherford In “How ‘secure’ do our homes remain if police, armed with no warrant, can pound on doors at will and … forcibly enter?” – Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the […]

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How BYU’s fab freshman became an integral piece to Cougars’ success

BYU freshman Caleb Lohner plays defense during a WCC basketball game against Portland in the Marriott Center in Provo, Jan. 21, 2021. | Jaren Wilkey, BYU Photo Lohner is an aggressive rebounder, leading BYU with 6.8 boards per game, but a one-trick pony he’s not Not long after BYU’s win over San Francisco last week, […]

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Death of S.Korea’s first transgender soldier spurs calls for change

SEOUL — The death of South Korea’s first known transgender soldier, who was discharged last year for undergoing gender reassignment surgery, sparked calls from advocacy groups and activists for better protections and acknowledgement of transgender residents. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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“Two Sessions” 2021: 5 Things You Need To Know About China’s Biggest Political Gathering

“Two Sessions” 2021: 5 Things You Need To Know About China’s Biggest Political Gathering Authored by Melissa Zhu via The South China Morning Post, More than 5,000 members of China’s political elite are expected to converge on Beijing in early March for the biggest event on the political calendar. Known as the “two sessions”, or […]

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