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There Were Six Students killed In A 4-Seater Car In Oklahoma

Six Students killed In A 4-Seater Car In Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported Wednesday that six teenage students were killed when their car collided with a semi. The 2015 Chevrolet Spark carrying the 16-year-old driver and front seat passenger were not wearing seat belts when they collided with the rock hauler Tuesday afternoon in Tishomingo, a rural city of about 3,000 people located

Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe has announced his decision to step down before the end of his six-year term as the Senate Armed Services Committee's ranking Republican. Inhofe says he is "absolutely" comfortable making the decision. His wife, Kay, and he "have decided that we need to spend more time with each other," Inhofe said Friday in an interview published by The Oklahoman." Inhofe, 87, said of his wife: "I'm looking forward to spending more time with her.". After inhofe departure, a special election will be held to elect his replacement since Inhofe has held the seat since 1994. In 2020, Inhofe won a fifth term in the Senate, and he said he would serve until the first session of Congress begins in January. Inhofe told the newspaper he didn't make a final decision until two or three weeks ago. "There has to be one day when you say, 'OK, this is the end.'" Oklahoma law stipulates that if a state legislator announces their intention to retire before March 1, the governor is required to call a special election. This is the reason Inhofe announced his retirement at this time. The special election will take place in conjunction with the statewide primaries, runoffs, and general election, part of the midterm elections. Democrats have not been elected to the Senate in Oklahoma since 1990; Republicans will be heavily favored to retain the seat and are expected to win the election by a large margin.

Oklahoma’s Inhofe Confirms He Is Resigning US Senate Seat

Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe has announced his decision to step down before the end of his six-year term as the Senate Armed Services Committee’s ranking Republican. Inhofe says he is “absolutely” comfortable making the decision. His wife, Kay, and he “have decided that we need to spend more time with each other,” Inhofe said Friday

Verdict Due In Child's Murder Trial That Gripped France

Verdict Due In Child’s Murder Trial That Gripped France

An 8-year-old girl was killed during a wedding celebration in a French Alpine town three weeks ago, and an ex-soldier is accused of killing her. After three weeks of testimony, a trial verdict is expected. Nordahl Lelandais is being prosecuted by Jacques Dallest for allegedly kidnapping and killing Maelys de Araujo in 2017. Derailed after

Five Men Wounded In Two Separate Christmas Eve Shootings: Police

Five Men Wounded In Two Separate Christmas Eve Shootings: Police

On Christmas Eve, two separate shootings in Brooklyn resulted in five men being wounded, police said Saturday. There were multiple hits around 11:50 p.m. in Prospect Lefferts Gardens as a gunman opened fire on four men outside a deli near Nostrand Ave. and Sterling St., police said. An adult male, 50, and a male, 41,

Thousands In Brussels Protest Against COVID Restrictions

Thousands In Brussels Protest Against COVID Restrictions

The third demonstration of thousands of peaceful protesters in central Brussels occurred on Sunday, this latest demonstration against their government’s reinforced COVID-19 restrictions imposed to counter a spike in infections and emerging omicron variant. Given that prior protests had sometimes descended into violence, arrests, and injuries, there was a heavy police presence on streets in

Reckya Madougou

Reckya Madougou: Opposition Leader Jailing Damages Benin Democracy – Lawyer

The 20-year sentence handed to opposition leader Reckya Madougou is a message from the government that it will not tolerate any form of democracy, her lawyer said. In the early hours of Saturday, a special court convicted Madougou for financing terrorism. It was the second jailing of an opposition figure within a week. The democratic

House Democrats Announce Plan To Fund The Government, Prevent A Shutdown

House Democrats plan on bringing a short-term government funding bill to the floor today for debate before Friday night’s deadline. Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn, of the House Appropriations Committee announced Thursday morning that House Democrats have reached an agreement on a continuing resolution that keeps the government operating until Feb. 18. Although she said it

5 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Olympic Athletes

Over the next several weeks, millions of televisions will be tuned to watch the most elite athletes in the world compete. While the competition is entertaining, there are poignant lessons every entrepreneur can learn from these high performing athletes and apply to our businesses. Olympic athletes practice for decades leading up to the big win.

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