Jeanine Bagley

Jeanine Bagley is an international current events reporter with over 7 years of experience. Previously she worked as an on-site reporter for Local 8 news channel in Vermont. She is a woman advocate for educating young adult women.

Musk Vs. Twitter Trial To Begin In October

If you are a nerdy twitter user or an Elon Musk fan or critic you must come across the news of Twitter suing Musk for backing off from the Musk-Twitter Deal (due to the uncertain amount of Spam Accounts on the platform), and Musk’s asking the court to delay the trial until the next year. So the latest update in this Musk-Twitter saga is Elon Musk losing the first legal battle because the Judge ruled in the favor of Twitter and announced that the expedited 5-day trial will start in October.

Trump Begs Putin For Help To Beat Biden

Former President Donald Trump asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to share whatever information he has about Biden and his family that could harm him in a new interview released Tuesday.

Ethiopia Announces Humanitarian Armistice In War - Ravaged Tigray.

Ethiopia Announces Humanitarian Armistice In War – Ravaged Tigray.

An indefinite humanitarian truce was declared by Ethiopia’s government on Thursday in the war-ravaged Tigray region, which authorized unhindered supply lines. It reiterates the government’s commitment to work together with relevant organizations to get humanitarian assistance to those in need and urges the donor community to redouble their generosity. The Government Communication Service issued a

Adrienne Kennedy Has Been Nominated Among Winners Of Arts Academy Prizes

Adrienne Kennedy Has Been Nominated Among Winners Of Arts Academy Prizes

These three individuals are among this year’s recipients of career achievement awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters: playwright Adrienne Kennedy, actor-playwright-educator Anna Deavere Smith and writer and essayist Phillip Lopate. In honor of his contribution to American literature, Lopate, 78, won the $100,000 Christopher Lightfoot Walker Award. As well as his essay

Maren Morris Returns To Touring With New Album On The Way

Maren Morris Returns To Touring With New Album On The Way

Maren Morris, the Grammy-winning country star, soared to greater heights after her first two albums, scoring multiplatinum hits and crossover success with songs like “The Middle” and “The Bones.” However, she is not ready for arenas, even if it’s likely to sell out, as she heads back on tour after a long break due to

Bobbie Nelson, Sister Of Country Music Legend, Dies At 91

The family of Bobbie Nelson has confirmed that she has died, aged 91. She was the older sister of country music legend Willie Nelson and a longtime pianist in his band. According to the Nelson family, she died peacefully on Thursday, surrounded by family. The cause and location of her death were not released. She

Zelensky Says Ukraine Lodged A Case Against Russia At The World Court

Zelensky Says Ukraine Lodged A Case Against Russia At The World Court

Volodymyr Zelensky, president of Ukraine, announced on Sunday that the country has filed a lawsuit against Russia in The Hague, the highest U.N. court for disputes between states. Ukrainian President Zelensky said on Twitter that Ukraine had lodged an application against Russia with the International Court of Justice(ICJ). A court official could not be reached

Eichmann Prosecutor, Israeli Justice Gabriel Bach Dies At 94

Eichmann Prosecutor, Israeli Justice Gabriel Bach Dies At 94

Gabriel Bach, an Israeli prosecutor who prosecuted the infamous Nazi Adolf Eichmann in 1961 and became Chief Justice of Israel’s Supreme Court, has died at the age of 94. Gabriel Bach passed away on Friday, according to the Israel Judiciary Authority. No cause of death was disclosed. He fled Germany in 1938, one year before

Intel's Mobileye To Launch Self-Driving Shuttles In U.S. In 2024

Intel’s Mobileye To Launch Self-Driving Shuttles In U.S. In 2024

The Intel Corp. unit Mobileye plans to build and deploy self-driving electric shuttles with it’s partners in the United States by 2024, as well as make self-driving vehicles available for consumers. In addition to the driverless shuttles, Mobileye, Benteler EV Systems, and Beep will introduce the on-demand shuttles without a steering wheel or pedal, featuring

Turkmenistan Calls Snap Election To Replace Strongman Leader

Turkmenistan Calls Snap Election To Replace Strongman Leader

After the country’s authoritarian leader announced he intended to hand over power to the next generation, Turkmenistan will hold snap presidential elections. In a parliament declaration issued on Saturday, the presidential election will take place on March 12. Throughout his career, the son has built up a series of increasingly prestigious positions in government, and

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