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More Gen Z workers choose trades over grades

The trade industries seem to be making a dramatic comeback, mostly thanks to Generation Z. A report from The Wall Street Journal shows fairly dramatic increases for vocational training programs according to data presented by the National Student Clearinghouse. Last year in 2023, the number of students who had enrolled

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Speaker Johnson releases details of foreign aid plan

House Speaker Mike Johnson has released three foreign aid spending bills concerning Ukraine, Israel, and the Indo-Pacific. This comes after House Republicans didn’t want to approve the $95 billion omnibus bill the Senate passed back in February. Instead, Johnson argued for separate spending bills. The current proposal is as follows:

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House Republicans look to push aid package for Israel

Congress is trying to move forward with an aid package for Israel. House Speaker Mike Jonson (R-La.) says he plans to put forward a funding bill sometime this week. Democrats have blocked previous attempts, as Republicans try to decouple the issue from Ukraine. President Joe Biden has threatened to veto

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Japan’s PM urges US not to abandon role on world stage

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida spoke before Congress yesterday where he warned lawmakers against abandoning America’s lead role on the world stage. His speech comes as some Republicans are opposed to sending additional foreign aid to Ukraine, arguing the US should focus on domestic problems like the border crisis.

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Russia, China backing makes Iran more dangerous threat

Two Aprils ago, FISM News reported that the trio of Iran, Russia and China were migrating ever closer to one another. At the time, experts questioned the strength of the alliance forged among the longstanding rivals to the West. Those theories will be put to the test in the coming

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Biden administration denies Russia behind ‘Havana Syndrome’

A stunning CBS investigative report suggests that U.S. diplomats, intelligence personnel, and other government workers and their families afflicted with a mysterious cognitive ailment may have been targeted by Russian sonic weaponry. The “60 Minutes” report, which aired on Sunday, was the latest installment in a yearslong, joint investigation into

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