Oklahoma passes law completely banning abortion

Published on : 05/20/2022 – 01:48 Already banned from six weeks of pregnancy, abortion could very quickly be completely banned in Oklahoma, if the governor signs the law adopted Thursday by the local Parliament. A vote which comes at a time when a new decree of the Supreme Court could change the jurisprudence in force. … Read more

News | USA: Oklahoma passes a law banning abortion after fertilization

Friday 05/20/2022 to 00:03 – Updated at 00:07 News By La Provence (with AFP) The Oklahoma legislature on Thursday passed a law prohibiting all abortions during fertilization, making this conservative bastion in the southern United States the state with the most restrictive regulations in terms of voluntary termination of pregnancy. The vote comes as the … Read more

US accuses Russia of using food as ‘weapon’ in conflict

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Rihanna gave birth to her first child

She gave birth. Rihanna gave birth to her first child in Los Angeles and it is a boy. As revealed by the American specialized media, TMZ, the superstar is said to have given birth five days ago, on Friday May 13. The ‘Diamonds’ and ‘Umbrella’ singer, who has also successfully ventured into fashion, was photographed … Read more

Biden’s Fed nominee Michael Barr downplays institution’s climate role

According to Michael Barr, “the only objective should be to understand the risks that the climate could pose to the financial system and to work” on “measures to manage these risks.” The US central bank (Fed) must understand climate risks and help banks deal with them, not determine which sectors they should or should not … Read more

Ford recalls 350,000 vehicles in the United States, some at risk of catching fire

The manufacturer has initiated the recall of SUVs manufactured between December 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021, after being aware of 16 incidents, including one which resulted in an injury. The American automaker Ford has issued a recall of about 350,000 vehicles in the United States, including 39,000 SUVs that must be parked outside because … Read more

the number of unemployment benefits paid is at its lowest since 1969

The number of jobless claimants in the United States in early May hit its lowest level since December 1969, but jobless claims have been climbing since early April, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. Read alsoCovid-19: the Canadian government wants to suspend unemployment benefits for those who have not been vaccinated From May 1 … Read more

US set to release $40 billion for Ukraine

In mid-March, Congress had already released nearly 14 billion dollars for the Ukrainian crisis. The American Congress was preparing Thursday, May 19 to release a gigantic envelope of 40 billion dollars for Ukraine, an illustration of the unwavering support promised by Joe Biden to kyiv. Read alsoUkraine: why is Joe Biden more offensive in the … Read more

Does the war in Ukraine make Joe Biden more popular in the United States?

NEWSPAPER – While the United States is accelerating its support for Ukraine, does this turn benefit the American president in his country? Joe Biden’s announcement of an envelope of 40 billion dollars intended to support Ukraine marks a major blow. This lend-lease law, similar to that introduced by his distant predecessor Roosevelt, is part of … Read more