House of Representatives floor

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The House of Representatives passed the debt ceiling bill last night, and it now moves to the Senate. Which of the following does the bill NOT do?

Pharmaceutical headquarters

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The Sackler Family will pay a $6 billion settlement in exchange for legal immunity from all claims related to their responsibility for the opioid epidemic. What company do the Sacklers own?

$750 million of the $6 billion will go to victims of the opioid crisis and their families, and the Sacklers will be forced to give up Purdue Pharma, which will be restructured into a new company called Knoa Pharma. Thousands of civil legal claims against Purdue and the Sackler family by people affected by the opioid epidemic will be dropped. Purdue earned over $10 billion in profits from their sales of OxyContin.

Collapsing building

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A portion of a six-story apartment building in this city mysteriously collapsed on Sunday, with officials scrambling to decide whether to continue searching for missing people or complete a controlled demolition.

It’s still unclear what caused the collapse, and the city has been criticized for rushing towards demolition. The city is seeking a fine of $300 (not a typo) from the building owner for failing to maintain the property “in a safe, sanitary, and structurally sound condition.”

Grainy, grayscale photo suspected to be a potential UAP

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NASA held their first public meeting on UAPs yesterday. What does UAP stand for?

The independent group of experts organized by NASA emphasized the need for better data ahead of its more detailed report to be released by the end of July.

Freddie Mercury at Wembley Stadium in 1986

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An early draft of Queen’s famous song “Bohemian Rhapsody” is now being auctioned by Sotheby’s. According to the draft, what name did Queen frontman Freddie Mercury initially consider for the song?

Thousands of Mercury’s belongings are being auctioned, including drafts of his songs. It's common for bands to have working names for songs, and according to one of Queen's biographers, Mercury didn't like to explain his lyrics or titles. “Of course, ‘Bohemian,’ ‘Mongolian,’ it’s the same rhythm,” said a Sotheby's specialist.