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Giorgia Meloni To Become Italy’s Most Far-Right Prime Minister Since World War II

Giorgia Meloni is set to become the first female prime minister in Italy after a general election. The Brothers of Italy leader is now a part of the most far-right government Italy’s seen since the fascist era of Benito Mussolini.

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School’s Find National Test Scores Take A Plunge As A Result Of The Pandemic

Due to the lack of in classroom learning and having to switch to online teaching, most elementary schools are finding that because of the pandemic that math and reading scores have plummeted to its lowest level in over a decade.

Siamak Afshar Transforming Life Center

Overcoming His Addiction, A Treatment Center Program Director Now Committed To Helping Others Reach A Similar Clean, Powerful, And Promising Life | Siamak Afshar

Struggling with drug addictions can be an incredibly toiling and difficult challenge. Transforming Life Center CEO Siamak Asfhar knows this all too well, and strives to help others overcome their habits just like he did.

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Once Wrongly Beaten, A Former Officer Will Now Lead Boston’s Police Department

27 years after he was mistakenly beaten by his colleagues, former police officer Brian Cox has been named Boston’s newest police commissioner. Cox hopes his tenure will result in greater community trust and more thorough policing.

Hinna Chaudhry DMD

Why Communication And Passion In Dental Care Is Key To Helping Patients Overcome Fears And Anxieties | Dr. Hinna Chaudhry

Dentist cleanings are extremely important to a person’s health. However, due to various factors, it can also lead to traumatic instances that negatively affect a person’s view on dental health for years. Recognizing this barrier, Dr. Hinna Chaudhry has strived to make her practice one that can help to comfort and show patients cleanings are safe and necessary.

Toya Vickers Author

Thanks To Her Skill and Selflessness, A Writer Has Shown Women How to Achieve Resilience and Empowerment | Toya Raylonn Vickers

Oftentimes, we may find that our hobbies and professions can serve much more than simple pastimes and careers. They can be tools of comfort, learning, and most importantly, resilience. Faced with a mountain of challenges, author and writer Toya Raylonn Vickers has used her writing skills not only to empower herself, but women going through the same struggles she once did.

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Retail Sales Drop 0.3% In May As Federal Reserve Prepares To Hike Interest Rates Further

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, retail sales fell 0.3% in May, wiping out any progress made by a 0.7% rise in April. It comes as a 8.6% inflation jump has forced millions to focus their money on food and gas, the latter of which now sits above $5 per gallon nationally.

Dr. Ellen Jane Killebrew

Despite Gender Stigmas, A Cardiologist Overcame Obstacles To Bring Improved Care To Women | Dr. Ellen Jane Killebrew

Dr. Ellen Jane Killebrew isn’t a stranger to opposition. Throughout her life, she’s faced much prejudice in her journey through cardiology. However, she’s overcame every obstacle with a passion, all while teaching others the necessities of healthy eating and exercise.

How ‘Wrist Assured Gloves’ Sent Wrist Troubles Away and Kept Workout Passions Alive | Paula Wilbert

For Paula Wilbert, an injury to her wrists put a dagger into performing her favorite yoga and exercise workouts. However, a solution she found has not only put those concerns to rest, but transformed into a booming business.

With Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court Confirmation Comes New Firsts And Perspectives

With the confirmation of the newest Supreme Court justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson, the court now has its first black female member. That kind of groundbreaking inclusion could help to bring new perspectives and results to an ever-changing America.