Paul Cater

Paul Cater is a Politics Journalist residing in Frisco, TX. He enjoys writing about the latest current events. During Elections, He primarily focuses on updating his audience via his Twitter.
Ex-University of Michigan Athlete's Protest Encampment Is Removed

Ex-University of Michigan Athlete’s Protest Encampment Is Removed

Several items such as a tent, camper, signs, and other items that were used by a former University of Michigan football player to protest a campus doctor’s handling of sexual abuse allegations have been taken down by the university, the school announced on Tuesday. Rick Fitzgerald, University spokesman, confirmed in an email to The AP

The UN Nuclear Watchdog Says Iran Is Increasing Its Nuclear Stockpile

The UN Nuclear Watchdog Says Iran Is Increasing Its Nuclear Stockpile

According to reports, the UN Atomic Watchdog believes Iran has further enriched its stockpile of uranium in violation of a 2015 agreement with world powers. According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, it notified member nations in its confidential quarterly report released Thursday that Iran is estimated to have 33.2 kilograms of uranium enriched up

Arbutus Sues Moderna Over Patent Infringement

Arbutus Sues Moderna Over Patent Infringement

As part of its lawsuit against Moderna Inc, Arbutus Biopharma Corp said on Monday that it had sought damages for infringement of its COVID-19 patent. Patents belonging to Arbutus Biopharma that were licensed to Genevant Sciences were rejected by an appeals court last December, prompting Moderna’s lawsuit against Arbutus Biopharma. Accordingly, the court upheld the

Mercedes-Benz foresees EV-only production lines within a few years

Mercedes-Benz Foresees EV-Only Production Lines Within A Few Years

In the second half of the decade, Mercedes Benz expects to have factories making electric vehicles exclusively, but will refrain from building EV-only plants instead of keeping production lines flexible so that production lines can keep pace with market demand. The carmaker factories are planning to go fully electric with some production lines even sooner,

N.J Police handcuff black teen as white teen watches

A New Jersey police department is being investigated after two officers handcuffed and pinned an 8th grader black teen on the floor while the white teen involved in the fight was left to sit on a couch. The teenage fight, which happened Saturday at Bridgewater Commons in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey, was captured on video,

Hollywood Actor Sentenced To 20 Years For Ponzi Scheme

Zachary Horwitz, a small-time actor who pleaded guilty to operating a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on Monday. Horwitz — better known by “Zach Avery” — is known for acting on low budget films, including “Trespassers” and “The White Crow,” He received 240 months sentence and is required to

Logistics Tech Startup Veho Valued At $1.5 Billion In Tiger Global-Led Fundraise

Logistics Tech Startup Veho Valued At $1.5 Billion In Tiger Global-Led Fundraise

The innovative logistics company Veho makes next-day packages more accessible with technology. During an early-stage funding round led by Tiger Global, Veho, which uses technology to facilitate next-day delivery of packages, raised $170 million that valued it $1.5 billion. By the end of 2022, Veho plans to use the funds to quadruple its headcount to

U.S. Delisting Does Not Indicate Plan To Sell Grubhub

U.S. Delisting Does Not Indicate Plan To Sell Grubhub

In a statement released on Sunday, Jitse Groen, CEO of Takeaway.com(online food delivery company), said the company is not planning to sell its subsidiary Grubhub as a result of delisting from the Nasdaq stock exchange. Food-delivery company Takeaway bought the Grubhub in June for $7.3 billion but has since faced pressure from shareholders. Takeaway is

UK's Johnson Signals Early End To COVID Isolation Rules

UK’s Johnson Signals Early End To COVID Isolation Rules

According to Boris Johnson, the laws that require people with Coronavirus-19 in England to isolate themselves will be repealed within weeks, which will end all restrictions related to Coronaviruses in the domestic environment. Johnson told Parliament he expected to be able to end the last domestic restrictions, including the requirement to self-isolate if you test

Report: 16 On Trial In Turkey Charged With Spying For Israel

16 On Trial In Turkey Charged With Spying For Israel

Turkish media reported on Tuesday that 16 people from Istanbul went on trial were charged with espionage on behalf of Israel, charged with both political and military espionage. MIT, Turkey’s national intelligence agency, arrested the defendants in October in an operation that included Palestinians and Syrians, according to pro-government Sabah and other Turkish media. The

Bulgaria, North Macedonia Meet To Boost Ties, Ease Strains

Bulgaria, North Macedonia Meet To Boost Ties, Ease Strains

Tuesday, the governments of Bulgaria and North Macedonia held a joint session to strengthen their tense relations, which have been strained by a long-running dispute and a Bulgarian blockade of its Balkan neighbor’s European Union application. Sofia, Bulgaria’s capital, is the location of the meeting between the two governments. A week ago, Bulgarian Prime Minister

Robertson County Sheriff's deputy found shot, dead inside burning home

Robertson County Sheriff’s deputy found shot, dead inside burning home

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department’s Deputy Savanna Puckett was found shot in a burning house on Sunday night. In a news release from the sheriff’s office, the agency confirmed that the 22-year-old was dead at the scene. Puckett’s home on Highway 41 in Springfield was engulfed in flames when another deputy went to check on

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