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Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2022

Biblical archaeology is a slow process.

EXCLUSIVE: The Global Push for ‘Assisted Suicide’

A worldwide campaign for euthanasia is underway in several countries.

Frigid Monster Storm Across US Claims at Least 29 Lives

About 60% of the U.S. population faced some sort of winter weather advisory or warning.

‘States Have Pulled Nearly $12 Billion From BlackRock This Year’: Daily Wire Analysis

Several US states divest approximately $11.7 billion from BlackRock due to concerns about the company's commitment to ESG principles, which may present obstacles to state pension funds and expose investors to risks.

Toyota CEO Says ‘Silent Majority’ Doubts Pursuing Only EVs

“People involved in the auto industry are largely a silent majority,” Mr. Toyoda said. “That silent majority is wondering whether EVs are really OK to have as a single option. But they think it’s the trend so they can’t speak out loudly.”

EU Announces Agreement to Reform Europe’s Carbon Market, Cap Natural Gas Prices

The European Union announced on Dec. 18 a provisional agreement that reforms the bloc’s carbon market, successfully expanding a crucial component of the region’s broader green agenda.

White House Commemorates ‘Wright Brothers Day’

The day is set aside to honor the achievements of Orville and Wilbur Wright, whose aircraft expanded the limits of human discovery and helped define the American spirit of innovation.

Four in 10 People Believe Climate Change Mainly Due to Natural Causes

Worldwide IPSOS survey covering two-thirds of the world’s population, nearly four people in every 10 believe climate change is mainly due to natural causes.

American Scientists Just Made a Huge Energy Breakthrough

U.S. government scientists have recently managed to make significant progress toward successfully utilizing fusion energy, according to The Financial Times.

Biden Cabinet Member Uses Taxpayer-Funded Private Jets to Travel Despite Call to Curb Carbon Emissions

The cost of the private flights is unknown, but the FAA reportedly charges federal agencies $5,000 per hour.

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