Nixa School Board set to review certain books after some parents voice concern

Nixa School Board set to review certain books after some parents voice concern

Nixa Mo. (KY3) – The Nixa school board is addressing three books at the May 12 school board meeting after some parents have voiced concern and submitted appeals to the district to take them off the shelves. According to the school board agenda, the following books have been submitted for reconsideration under Board Policy KLB … Read more

Picasso sculpture sold for P2.5 billion in New York

Picasso sculpture sold for P2.5 billion in New York

In this file photo taken on April 29, 2022 a woman looks at Pablo Picasso’s ‘Tete de femme’ during Christie’s 20th and 21st Century Art press preview at Christie’s in New York City. Christie’s announced that Picasso’s “Tete de femme (Fernande)” became the artist’s most expensive bronze ever sold at auction, at $48.48 million. Angela … Read more

Fatal boat trip highlights Haitians fleeing violence

Fatal boat trip highlights Haitians fleeing violence

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Haitians are fleeing in greater numbers to the neighboring Dominican Republic, where they board rickety wooden boats painted sky blue to blend with the ocean to try to reach Puerto Rico — a trip in which 11 Haitian women drowned this week, with dozens of other migrants believed missing. … Read more

Prince William presents damehood to Deborah James as cancer fundraiser raises £5m | Bowel cancer

Prince William presents damehood to Deborah James as cancer fundraiser raises £5m | Bowel cancer

The Duke of Cambridge has presented podcast host Deborah James with a damehood at her family home after her Cancer Research fundraising initiative passed the £5m mark in just five days. James, 40, known online as Bowelbabe after campaigning to raise awareness of bowel cancer, launched the JustGiving page on Monday after revealing she was … Read more

‘Aggressive’ Ottawa police response to high school dress code protest draws criticism

‘Aggressive’ Ottawa police response to high school dress code protest draws criticism

Ottawa police are being criticized for their response to a student protest outside a Catholic high school over a dress code “blitz,” particularly in contrast to how they responded to the “Freedom Convoy” blockade earlier this year. Students held a large protest outside Béatrice-Desloges Catholic High School in Orléans during lunch break Friday, a day … Read more

Labor accuses Prime Minister Scott Morrison of putting politics ahead of national security on AUKUS pact

Labor accuses Prime Minister Scott Morrison of putting politics ahead of national security on AUKUS pact

Federal Labor has accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of putting politics ahead of Australia’s national security interests, after reports emerged that the United States had sought early assurances of bipartisan support for the new AUKUS pact. Key points: Nine newspapers reported the United States sought assurances early on that the AUKUS pact would have bipartisan … Read more

‘Bosch: Legacy’ actress Danielle Larracuente, daughter of retired NYPD officers, on her cop role: ‘So surreal’

‘Bosch: Legacy’ actress Danielle Larracuente, daughter of retired NYPD officers, on her cop role: ‘So surreal’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Danielle Larracuente was born to play a cop. The actress, the daughter of two retired NYPD officers, was recently cast as rookie Paulina Calderon in “Bosch: Legacy.” “This is such a big milestone for me,” the 30-year-old told Fox News Digital. “It’s been a dream come true … Read more

Police release long-secret 911 calls in Shannan Gilbert’s death

Police release long-secret 911 calls in Shannan Gilbert’s death

Police release long-secret 911 calls in Shannan Gilbert’s death – CBS News Watch CBS News Suffolk County Police released audio of 911 calls for the first time in the investigation into the death of Shannan Gilbert, whose body was found at Gilgo Beach, on New York’s Long Island, in 2010. Family members have said they … Read more

Ukrainian servicemen load bodies of Russian soldiers onto refrigerated rail cars

Ukrainian servicemen load bodies of Russian soldiers onto refrigerated rail cars

(Reuters) – Ukrainian military authorities loaded the bodies of Russian soldiers collected after fighting in the Kyiv and Chernihiv regions onto refrigerated rail cars on Friday. Volodymr Lyamzin, the head of Ukraine’s civil-military cooperation, said his country was acting in accordance with international law and was ready to return the bodies to Russia. “According to … Read more