Women marching in Mexico

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This was decriminalized nationwide by Mexico's Supreme Court, who stated that its criminalization “constitutes an act of gender-based violence and discrimination.”

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Following the collapse of his plea deal last month, the Justice Department is expected to indict Hunter Biden on this charge by September 29th.

Hunter Biden is expected to face charges related to a gun purchase he made in 2018. Prosecutors claim he lied on a federal form by stating he was not using drugs at the time of the purchase. This development comes after a plea deal, which would have allowed Biden to participate in a two-year diversion program for nonviolent gun offenders, collapsed.

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Florida public universities are expected to become the first state system to approve this test, currently accepted by mostly religious colleges, as an alternative college entrance exam.

Created in 2015, the Classic Learning Test (CLT), emphasizes humanities, morality, and classical literature and is accepted by over 200 predominantly private universities. The consideration of the CLT follows a dispute between Ron DeSantis and the College Board, which administers the SAT. There are concerns that the CLT acceptance may give classical education an undeserved political reputation.

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The Biden administration announced that it will prohibit oil and gas drilling and cancel all existing drilling leases on this federal land, which sits atop an estimated 11 billion barrels of oil.

The Biden administration's move to cancel existing leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a measure to protect this sensitive region from oil drilling. However, this decision does not halt all oil exploration in Alaska. The administration has allowed an already approved $8 billion oil drilling project to proceed, illustrating the complexity of balancing environmental concerns with economic and energy needs.

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This legendary rock band, known for its iconic tongue and lips logo, announced the highly anticipated "Hackney Diamonds," their first new album in 18 years.

The Rolling Stones announced their new album "Hackney Diamonds", their first original material since 2005's "A Bigger Bang". This is also the first album since the death of their drummer Charlie Watts in 2021. Two tracks were recorded with Watts in 2019. The band cut 23 tracks in December and completed the album in early 2023.