Today is Tuesday, July 12, 2022. Let’s catch up.
Take a look back at today’s top stories, celebrities’ birthdays, and history.
Yesterday, a hurricane threatened northeast, with temperatures hovering south. CNN meteorologist Jean Norman predicts.
On January 6, the committee is preparing to highlight the response to a “call from Sirine” by a lawyer for Donald Trump to come to Washington. The panel investigating the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol is set to convene on Tuesday. The committee is investigating whether extremist groups collaborated with White House partners prior to the riots. Proud right-wing children and leaders and members of the Oath of Allegiance are being charged with involvement in the violence. “It’s a no-brainer for these people,” Florida Democrat Stephanie Trump said on Twitter.
A funeral was held at the temple for the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Abe, the country’s longest-serving prime minister, remained influential after being ousted two years ago due to ill health. He was shot during a campaign speech on Friday. Hundreds of people lined the sidewalk outside the Zojoji Temple in downtown Tokyo to say goodbye. Some shouted, “Abe, San!” They shouted. Slowly driven by a crowded crowd, like a car with a drum. Only close family members and senior party leaders, including Prime Minister Fumio Kishidan, attended the funeral.
Russia’s weapons depot appears to have been targeted by Ukrainian forces overnight; As a result, there was a huge explosion on social media. According to the Southern Command of the Ukrainian Army, the rocket was aimed at the important Black Sea port city of Nova Kakovka, 35 miles (55 km) east of Kursen, which was captured by the Russian army. The video on social media has exploded. Ukrainian forces have used the US-initiated Lake Mobility Arcade Rocket System (HIMARS) to hit the area.
President Joe Biden is set to meet with his Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. The White House said Tuesday’s talks show the basic strength of bilateral relations. But there have been recent disagreements, including on energy and Ukraine policy. The second is a face-to-face meeting between Biden and Lopez Obrador in the White House. Last year, during a cholera epidemic, he made many calls. First Lady Jill Biden hosted Mexico’s First Lady Beatrice Gutierrez Mueller at the White House Sinco de Mayo this spring.
The Democratic National Committee is launching a digital campaign to encourage voters after the Supreme Court’s decision last month to overturn Ro Vad. The campaign warns that the ultimate goal of Republicans is to ban abortion nationwide. The Democratic Committee has been supporting the purchase of more than 20 lifestyle publications online, including Teen Vogue and Cosmopolitan, since Tuesday for the purchase of $ 10,000 digital advertising. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Many top Republicans see the reversal of Row as a promise to voters.
California firefighters are battling a wildfire that threatens the small community of giant Sequoia Grove and the small community in Yosemite National Park. The Washington fire burned about 4.2 square miles, but it was 22% burning Monday night. The fire is a threat to more than 500 mature squirrels in the park’s Mariposa Grove. Officials say the shrub spraying system is being maintained and, fortunately, it has a long history of ordering to reduce the number of plants that could cause fires.
The first image of NASA’s new space telescope is the deepest view of the universe that has ever been captured. The image of the James Web space telescope was unveiled at the White House on Monday. The picture is of a man who has never been seen, either in time or in the distance. The world’s largest and most powerful space telescope opened last December. In January, it reached a point 1 million miles away. On Tuesday, four more galaxy beauty images will be released from the telescope’s first views.
Police are searching for a gunman who killed two people and wounded three in a 7-Eleven store robbery in six cities in southern California. Authorities said Monday they were looking for a gunman with the same cover who had robbed shops in Ontario, Apland, Riverside, Santa Ana, Bree and La Habra for more than five hours. The man shot and killed a worker in Bree, as well as a man found dead in the parking lot of a Santa Anna store. The robberies took place in July 11 or 7/11 is the National Shop brand’s anniversary.
Unlike Amazon, which has been hit by the epidemic, it is heading for its annual general sale on Tuesday. The company has been using the two-day event to attract people to the General Assembly. This year, Amazon could help boost profitability in the overall slowdown in online sales. The outbreak has been on the rise since the early days of e-commerce, with a significant increase in the number of home consumers returning to online shopping to avoid contracting coronavirus. Now, Amazon says it has a lot of staff and a lot of storage space. Some analysts say that the surplus could be a short-term problem for the company.
“Success” and “Ted Lasso” are on the hunt for Amy candidates who could add to their previous trophies. But they oppose the hungry newcomers. When the bid is announced on Tuesday, the “replacement” could face a “squid game”. Netflix South Korea is vying to be the first non-English nominee for a brutal survival contest. Amy once controlled the broadcast networks and then the cable, but the increase in streaming services is changing the power balance. Other potential drama competitors include the modern Weststone and workplace thriller Severance. Ted Laso’s rivals could include a new “Abbot Elementary”.
On Tuesday, the Library of Congress announced that 46-year-old Ada Limon was awarded the 24th American Poet Laureate Award. Her one-year term begins on September 29 with a traditional reading at the Library College, which is one of the few formal obligations. Lemon’s successor, Joy Harjoon, is an award-winning and unusually popular poet, selling more than 40,000 copies of the acclaimed “Bright Dead Things” collection. She has recently published six books of poetry, most recently hosted the podcast “The Harmful,” and the “The Slow.”
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