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Gubernur Sulsel Nurdin Abdullah dikabarkan terjaring OTT KPK bersama pejabat di dinas PU dan pihak swasta.
‘Evidence only counts in countries that have due process, something they are now telling us is an ugly relic of institutional racism,’ Carlson claims
Rep. Hal Rogers faces a $5,000 fine for failing to submit to security screening before entering the U.S. House floor earlier this month.
The comments were made the day after jurors began deliberations in the trial
Paul Rossi accuses the school of ‘demonising’ white people in its curriculum
President says of the polarisation among Americans: ‘It shocked me’
Republican Thomas Massie was the lone member to vote against the resolution
‘That’s the worst thing you could have done from a public-relations standpoint’
Touch DNA analysis leads to the arrest of three in a cold case involving an SC teenager
‘If the effect is deleterious to the ability of people of colour to participate in elections, then that is problematic and that is wrong,’ Abrams says
If the district became a state, it would add two Senate seats, which would likely be filled by Democrats
Democrats call it fixing systemic inequality that is critical to achieving racial justice. Republicans call it a power grab to pack Congress, writes Justin Vallejo
Wondering what to buy in April 2021? The best deals and sales to shop now include everything from incredible deals on patio furniture to leather bags—more.
The 43rd president refuses to blame Trump for direction of GOP
Chauvin showed no emotion as he was convicted on all three murder charges
Effects of joining Twitter was driven by independent and moderate voters being persuaded by Twitter’s liberal content, study suggests
Washington's Yan Gomes drew a four-pitch walk from Giovanny Gallegos to force in the go-ahead run in an odd eighth inning that also featured St. Louis deploying a five-man infield, and the Nationals came back to edge the Cardinals 3-2 on Tuesday night. "Find ways to win ballgames, even when you're not hitting doubles or homers,” Washington's Trea Turner said.
Why are lawmakers trying to cancel a project that would keep the lights on in the state?
String of law enforcement officers acquitted or not faced charges in high-profile killings
At least 13 of the highest paid mandarins and bureaucrats have held second roles during their time in Whitehall, an investigation by The Telegraph has found. Among them is Jonson Cox, the head of the Water Services Regulation Authority (Ofwat) who holds non-executive roles at two energy companies, and Sir Stephen Lovegrove, the UK’s National Security Adviser, who is a non-executive director at a property company. The revelations comes just days after Simon Case, the Cabinet Secretary, ordered all civil servants to reveal their second jobs in the wake of the Greensill lobbying scandal. There is no suggestion that the officials identified by The Telegraph broke any rules, but the extent of the crossover has led to MPs calling for a crackdown on those in the upper echelons of the public sector holding dual roles. Sir Alistair Graham, a former chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, said the findings were “shocking” as he called for senior civil servants to be “banned” from working in the private sector.
US President Joe Biden condemned the nation’s legacy of systemic injustice and racist violence in his call for sweeping police reform, hours after a verdict was announced for the murder of George Floyd, a Black man whose death has revived an international demand for justice for the police killings of Black Americans. “It was a murder in full light of day and it ripped the blinders off for the whole world to see” systemic racism in the US, he said in remarks to the nation alongside Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House on Tuesday evening. Mr Biden called systemic racism a “stain on our nation’s soul” after Ms Harris demanded that the lives of Americans of colour be “valued in our education system, in our healthcare system, in our housing system, in our economic system, in our criminal justice system, in our nation, full stop.”