“Men are the culprits here”; Worcester prostitution arrests have targeted women in the past, but the city is looking to change that

There were significantly fewer prostitution-related arrests in Worcester during the COVID pandemic compared to previous years, according to the latest arrest statistics from the Worcester Police Department. But the new data, shared earlier this year in a virtual meeting with the Commission on Human Rights, also sheds light on whether …

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Washington Post sheds light on Hunter Biden ethics scandals with full-page artwork

Media headlines July 19 White House slammed for supporting Big Tech’s “collusion” on banning COVID “disinformation” spreaders, journalist’s candid assessment of progressives in Cuba, and President Biden getting roasted on MSNBC round out headlines in today’s media. The Washington Post on Monday highlighted Hunter Biden’s many ethical scandals with a …

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Ukrainian tragedy. Who is to blame?

ANALYSIS / OPINION: In the run-up to the upcoming Washington summit between President Biden and Ukrainian President Zelensky, it’s important to analyze America’s geopolitical strategy toward that country and see if it best serves the interests of the American people – and, for that matter. , Ukrainians. . Here are …

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How the phones of journalists, ministers and activists could have been used to spy on them

New Delhi: A leaked database of thousands of phone numbers allegedly listed by several government clients of an Israeli surveillance technology firm includes more than 300 verified Indian mobile phone numbers, including those used by ministers, officials of opposition, journalists, the legal community, businessmen, government officials, scientists, rights activists and …

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