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Sunday July 2nd, 2023 morning edition

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According to the Ukrainian General Staff, the Russians are using mobile crematoria in an attempt to deprive the families of dead Russian servicemen of benefits and compensation.

Quote: "The occupiers suffer significant losses every day, which they try to conceal, and they continue to employ the traditional Russian practice of depriving the families of the dead of the benefits and compensation advertised by Russian propaganda.

Extensive use is being made of mobile crematoria in order to do this.

In particular, it has been established that one of these crematoria is currently operating 24/7 on the territory of the Berdiansk port.

Currently, about 50 bodies of dead Russian servicemen, who were recently transported from areas of hostilities to the local morgue, are due to be cremated.".

Details: The General Staff states that the cremation of dead Russian servicemen is carried out without identifying them or keeping any records. »

Designer in Supreme Court ruling cited client who denies making wedding site request

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Designer in Supreme Court ruling cited client who denies making wedding site request.

DENVER — A Colorado web designer who the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday could refuse to make wedding websites for gay couples cited a request from a man who says he never asked to work with her.

Smith's Supreme Court filings briefly mentioned she received at least one request to create a website celebrating the wedding of a same-sex couple. »

'Cesspool of Corruption': Dems Reintroduce Bill to Impose Supreme Court Term Limits

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I'm proud to reintroduce the Supreme Court Term Limits and Regular Appointments Act to implement term limits to rebalance the court and stop extreme partisanship.".

A poll by Marist College in April found that 68% of Americans back term limits for Supreme Court justices while just 37% of respondents said they had confidence in the high court.

The current system has allowed Supreme Court justices to "possess unchecked power for life," said Gabe Roth, executive director of Fix the Court. »

Orca Rams Into Yacht Near Scotland, Suggesting the Behavior May Be Spreading

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Last week, however, one of these black-and-white mammals slammed into a yacht between Scotland and Norway, some 2,000 miles away from the Iberian orcas.

Though scientists don’t quite know what to make of the recent incident, they say it might mean the behavior is spreading.

On June 19, Dutch sailor Wim Rutten spotted an orca in the waters of the North Sea while traveling east from the Shetland Islands of Scotland. »