Partial Student Debt Cancellation Expected to Cost $400 Billion

Published on : 09/27/2022 – 20:35 Joe Biden’s decision to cancel part of the federal student debt continues to cause turmoil. The amount of the bill for the taxpayer continues to raise questions. It will be salty anyway. With our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume Naudin Partial cancellation of student debt will cost $400 billion or … Read more

In New York, the heads of US and Chinese diplomacy discuss Taiwan

Published on : 09/24/2022 – 03:47 Meeting this Friday of the American and Chinese foreign ministers, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. It was the first meeting for Antony Blinken and Wang Yi since July, before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, which sparked the ire of Beijing. It is also Taiwan … Read more

already limited, abortion could be completely banned in Arizona

Published on : 09/24/2022 – 06:43 A new law limiting access to voluntary termination of pregnancy comes into effect this Saturday, September 24 in the state of Arizona, in the south-west of the country. But the situation could become even more complicated for women wishing to have an abortion. With our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume … Read more

the House of Representatives adopts an increase in the resources of the police

Published on : 09/23/2022 – 18:28 In the United States, the House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation that aims to increase funding for local police departments. Sufficiently rare to be underlined, it was adopted by a large bipartisan majority. But the progressive wing of the Democratic Party believes that the lessons of the murder … Read more

wildfires wipe out progress on U.S. air quality

Published on : 09/22/2022 – 17:28 In the United States, the wildfire smoke erases decades of air quality progress,” conclude a team of researchers from Stanford University quoted by the New York Times this Thursday. Over the past decade, the number of people experiencing a “ extreme smoke day (air quality deemed unhealthy for all … Read more

UN special rapporteur urges states not to forget Burma crisis

Published on : 09/23/2022 – 01:47 Before the Human Rights Council, the UN special rapporteur for Burma Tom Andrews made an offensive speech to prevent the Burmese crisis from falling into oblivion by the international community… sometimes going through the box of vulgarity. With our correspondent in Geneva, Jeremiah Lance The world must stop having … Read more

Launch of a residency program in the United States for African artists

Published on : 09/22/2022 – 18:39 The Villa Albertine, a French cultural services artist residency modeled on the Villa Medici in Italy, was created in the United States in 2021. Its center is based in New York, but residencies can be organized in ten cities American altogether. An African residency program has just been launched … Read more

United States: Trump and his children sued in civil proceedings by the New York prosecutor

Published on : 09/21/2022 – 20:17 New legal troubles for Donald Trump. The New York prosecutor is launching civil lawsuits against the former president, three of his children and executives of the Trump organization, we learned on Wednesday, September 21. With our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume Naudin It is the financial practices of the Trump … Read more

US lawmakers go further than the White House in helping Taiwan

Published on : 09/15/2022 – 01:01 A new American challenge to China over Taiwan. This time, it is the parliament that launches the procedure for massive military aid to the island, in the face of threats from communist China. With our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume Naudin This is only a first step, but it will … Read more

15,000 nurses on three-day strike in the north of the country

Published on : 09/13/2022 – 18:10 Some 15,000 nurses at 16 hospitals in Minnesota and Wisconsin went off duty from Monday until Thursday morning. The strikers are demanding better wages and more human resources in hospitals. With our correspondent in Washington, Guillaume Naudin It is ” largest private sector nurses’ strike ever in the country … Read more