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Sports – The Minnesota Twins build team
With a pitching deficit on their team, the Twins went shopping for talent and added established players to their roster. What will the reshuffle of talent do for the baseball team’s goals? Read more here.
World – A Swedish politician is charged with hate crimes
Mikael Lundin, a Swedish politician is in hot water after a picture of Adolf Hitler and racist material is found on his social media account. Lundin denies making the posts, while an investigation into these allegations has been opened. Learn more here.
Politics – What challenges do Democrats face in the upcoming midterm elections?
With midterm elections approaching, Democrats may face the historical trend of “wave elections”. What are wave elections? Find out here.
United States – New book details opioid history in America
Washington Post journalist Scott Higham addresses opioid history in his new book American Cartel. In his book he details how pharmaceutical companies lobby for legislation to limit the Drug Enforcement Agency’s power to pursue drug wholesalers. Read more about pharmaceuticals here.
World – Russia and Ukraine sign monumental grain deal
A UN-brokered agreement aims to ease the global food crisis after months of stalemate in war torn Ukraine. Will Russia uphold the agreement? Find out here.
Technology – What is confidential computing?
As technology moves towards digitalization of information, concerns over data protection emerge. What sectors confidential computing affect and how is this new trend in cybersecurity shaping the digital world around us? Learn more here.
Science – The moon could be habitable for humans
Planetary scientists from UCLA state that some of the pits and caves on the moon could maintain steady temperatures favorable to human living. What does the future of moon exploration and habitation look like? Read about it here.
Finance – China abandons its GDP target
After two months of strict COVID lockdowns in Shanghai, China is faced with a choice between continued protective measures or promoting economic growth. How COVID will impact future economic trends in China is to be observed. Learn more about China’s financial strategies here.
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