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The fallout from a Russian nuclear strike on Ukraine could drift into NATO countries, said Sen. Jack Reed.

This could be "perceived as an attack" on NATO itself, said Reed, who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee.

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg also said a WMD strike could mean "dire consequences" for allied nations.

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Should Russia use a nuclear weapon on Ukraine, any fallout that drifts into a nearby NATO country could be considered an attack on a coalition member, said Senate Armed Services Committee chair Jack Reed on Wednesday.

As such, there would be "consequences" if Russian President Vladimir Putin were to order a chemical, biological, or nuclear strike on Ukraine, per The New York Times.

Earlier this month, Biden said Russia would "pay a severe price" if it were to deploy chemical weapons in Ukraine. »

Trump Is Guilty of ‘Numerous’ Felonies, Prosecutor Who Resigned Says

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Mr. Pomerantz’s letter said that shortly before leaving office, Mr. Vance had directed the prosecutors to pursue an indictment of Mr. Trump as well as “other defendants as soon as reasonably possible.”.

Mr. Bragg has told aides that the inquiry could move forward if a new piece of evidence is unearthed, or if a Trump Organization insider decides to turn on Mr. Trump.

But by the end of the year, they had changed course and planned to charge Mr. Trump with falsifying business records — a simpler case that essentially amounted to painting Mr. Trump as a liar rather than a thief. »

MacKenzie Scott donates a record $275 million to Planned Parenthood

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March 23 (Reuters) - Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott donated $275 million to women's healthcare provider Planned Parenthood, the largest gift from a single donor in the organization's more than 100-year history, Planned Parenthood said on Wednesday.

"We are incredibly grateful for Ms. Scott’s extraordinary philanthropic investment in Planned Parenthood, as a critical part of the public health infrastructure," Planned Parenthood Chief Executive Alexis McGill Johnson said in a statement.

In a Medium post on Wednesday, Scott said she had donated more than $3.8 billion to 465 non-profit organizations, including Planned Parenthood, since last June. »

Alex Jones skips deposition in Sandy Hook settlement, defying court order

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The families’ legal team requested the court consider compelling Jones to appear for the deposition if he continues to defy court orders and dodge his appearance.

If granted, the the order for Jones’ arrest would require assistance from a court in Texas.

All five legal wins came by default after Jones refused to comply with court orders demanding documents and financial information. »

Funeral home sued after man hoping to be “raptured” is cremated

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The lawsuit, filed by Brandon Lacy of Lacy Law Firm on March 8, said Harold was transferred Roller-McNutt Funeral Home based on his final wishes.

The six-page suit stated the family “made arrangements with Roller-McNutt Funeral Home for the purposes of the transfer, funeral arrangements, casket purchase and internment.”.

An attorney for the funeral home, Michael Harrison, admitted his clients cremated Harold but denied all other allegations by his family. »