Foreign Interference in Canada: What we learned from NSICOP
Foreign Interference in Canada: What we learned from NSICOP
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At least 6 heat-related deaths reported in metro Phoenix so far this year as high hits 115 degrees Boston 25 News [Video]

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PHOENIX — (AP) — At least six people have died from heat-related causes this year so far in sizzling metro Phoenix, where the temperatures this week hit 115 degrees Fahrenheit (46 Celsius), the Maricopa County Department of Public Health reported this week.

Another 87 deaths are under investigation for possible heat-related causes through last Saturday, public health officials said in the most recent weekly update to its online heat surveillance information.

Phoenix hit 115 degrees F (46 C) on Thursday and Friday, making them the hottest days of 2024 up to now.. The metro area continued to swelter through an excessive heat warning under a dome of high pressure, with some moisture and a slight cooling possible over the weekend.

A heat wave baked most of the United States on Friday, with numerous areas expected to see record-breaking temperatures.

“We might see a little rain over the next few days because there is a 30% chance for Phoenix,” said meteorologist Ryan Worley of the National …

A small ally fights back against China and Russia’s threat to energy security / Jüri Seilenthal
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MLI welcomes Tim Sargent as Senior Fellow and Director of Domestic Policy!