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    WASHINGTON -- House Democrats are poised to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in Republican-controlled statehouses across the country.House Resolution 1, which touches on virtually every aspect of the electoral process, would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to a murky campaign finance system that allows wealthy donors to anonymously bankroll political causes."Our purpose was to remove ... obstacles of participation for Democrats or Republicans," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday on the House floor. "That's what this legislation does."To Republicans, though, it would herald a massive expansion of the federal government's role in elections, infringing on states that limit ballot access in the name of election security."If this were to become law it would be the largest expansion of the federal government's role in our elections that we've...
    By BRIAN SLODYSKO, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats are poised to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in Republican-controlled statehouses across the country. House Resolution 1, which touches on virtually every aspect of the electoral process, would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to a murky campaign finance system that allows wealthy donors to anonymously bankroll political causes. “Our purpose was to remove ... obstacles of participation for Democrats or Republicans. That’s what the law requires, that was the right thing to do,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday on the House floor. “That’s what this legislation does.” To Republicans, though, it would herald a massive expansion of the federal government's role in elections, overruling state laws that limit ballot access in the name of election security....
    To view past editions of The Hill's 12:30 Report, click here: http://bit.ly/1M1mIfw  To receive The Hill's 12:30 Report in your inbox, please sign up here: http://bit.ly/1Tt4hqN --> A midday take on what's happening in politics and how to have a sense of humor about it.* *Ha. Haha. Hahah. Sniff. Haha. Sniff. Ha--breaks down crying hysterically.   The Hill’s 12:30 Report: Breaking: Sen. Shelby won't seek reelection | House Republican dies of COVID | Trump’s lawyers release defense brief | Argue impeachment article should be quickly dismissed | Trial starts tomorrow | Senators expect speedy trial | How the trial puts GOP divisions on display | Dems move to quickly craft $1.9 trillion COVID relief package | Debate over stimulus check eligibility | Biden rejoins UN human rights council | Senate votes on McDonough’s nomination to lead VA | Best Super Bowl commercials | Patriots congratulate Brady   NEWS THIS MORNING ‘Here’s my defense. On time and perfect. Check it out.’:     Via The Hill’s Brett Samuels, “Attorneys...
    Two-thirds of Americans approve of President Joe Biden's response to the coronavirus pandemic, a new poll found.   The new president has rounded off his first two weeks in office by forging ahead with a $1.9trillion coronavirus relief package.  A new poll by Ipsos in partnership with ABC News found sweeping support for the measure, with an approval rating of 96% of Democrats, 67% of independents and 33% of Republicans - meaning two thirds of Americans back the response. When it came to distribution of the vaccine, around 61% of Democrats, 68% of Republicans and 70% of independents believe it is 'fair'.   The poll also finds support for delivering additional aid, with nearly nine in ten Americans backing more relief, but the country is split over the approach.   A new poll found that two thirds of Americans approve of President Biden's COVID-19 plans. Biden is pictured on January 22 signing an...
    If not quite over, the honeymoon is starting to fade. The touching romance between the Biden administration and the news media that cover it—which began with such ardor and emotional release on Jan. 20—has finally begun to cool down to the sort of businesslike, occasionally bickering liaison that is only to be expected of an arranged marriage between two hoary institutions of American democracy. Four years after White House press secretary Sean Spicer devoted his first formal briefing to yelling at the assembled journalists about “deliberately false reporting” of the crowd size at Donald Trump’s inauguration—before storming off without taking questions—Joe Biden’s top spokesperson, Jen Psaki, stood at the podium for the first time and delivered a heartwarming tribute to “the role of a free and independent press in our democracy and for the role all of you play.” “That has certainly been my perspective throughout my career, and my...
    Joe Biden got to enjoy one of the perks of the presidency for the first time Friday, flying aboard Air Force One after plotting a run for the White House for decades and admiring the plane from afar. ‘It was a great honor,’ Biden told reporters who flew with him for the short hop from Joint Base Andrews to his home of Wilmington, Del. After landing in his hometown, Biden wandered over to reporters who joined him on Super Bowl weekend, notwithstanding CDC guidelines on avoiding travel when possible. President Joe Biden boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Friday, Feb. 5, 2021. Biden is spending the weekend at his home in Delaware 'It’s a great plane .... it’s the same plane that we had as Vice President, only it’s much nicer,' he said. He flew on the smaller Air Force One, which shares the same...
    WASHINGTON -- The impeachment case against Donald Trump is heading toward a historic Senate trial, but Republican senators are easing off their criticism of the former president and shunning calls to convict him over the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.It's an early sign of Trump's enduring sway over the party.House Democrats were to carry the sole impeachment charge of " incitement of insurrection " across the Capitol late Monday, the prosecutors making the ceremonial walk to the Senate. But Republican denunciations of Trump have cooled since the Jan. 6 riot. Instead Republicans are presenting a tangle of legal arguments against the legitimacy of the trial and questions whether Trump's repeated demands to overturn Joe Biden's election really amounted to incitement.What seemed for some Democrats like an open-shut case that played out for the world on live television, as Trump encouraged a rally mob to "fight like hell" for his...
    WASHINGTON -- The impeachment case against Donald Trump is heading toward a historic Senate trial, but Republican senators are easing off their criticism of the former president and shunning calls to convict him over the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.It's an early sign of Trump's enduring sway over the party.House Democrats were to carry the sole impeachment charge of " incitement of insurrection " across the Capitol late Monday, the prosecutors making the ceremonial walk to the Senate. But Republican denunciations of Trump have cooled since the Jan. 6 riot. Instead Republicans are presenting a tangle of legal arguments against the legitimacy of the trial and questions whether Trump's repeated demands to overturn Joe Biden's election really amounted to incitement.What seemed for some Democrats like an open-shut case that played out for the world on live television, as Trump encouraged a rally mob to "fight like hell" for his...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As we get closer to Inauguration Day, Eyewitness News will have a special election edition of "The Countdown" to get you caught up with all of the day's political and campaign news.You can watch it online, on the ABC7NY app or on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Tuesday, Jan. 19Trump releases pre-taped farewell address: 'Thank you for this extraordinary privilege'The White House has released a pre-taped farewell address from President Trump on his final full day in office."We did what we came here to do - and so much more," Trump said, speaking from scripted remarks directly into the camera and standing behind a lectern with the presidential seal. "This week, we inaugurate a new administration and pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous. We extend our best wishes, and we also...
    New York : Several white-collar criminals hope to obtain a presidential pardon in the last 24 hours from Donald Trump as president of the United States. According to various media, former public officials and senior executives convicted of different crimes have tried to get Trump to them commute his sentence in his last hours in the White House. Among the convicts is Sheldon Silver, who was the president of the New York State Assembly, and that he was convicted of corruption. There is also talk of a pardon for rap star lil wayne, charged with illegal possession of firearms. According to The Hill, the mogul could issue preventive pardons for himself, and his children Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. It is estimated that they could be accused of using their position in the White House to benefit their personal businesses and those of the Trump Organization. The outgoing...
    Several large moving trucks were spotted at Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., where President Trump is slated to relocate ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration Wednesday. At least two trucks were parked outside the resort and workers were seen moving boxes inside, WPTV in Palm Beach reported. A nearby security presence included helicopters flying overhead and patrol boats. Local authorities announced road closures over several days this week. A letter to local residents said the closures were necessary for "safety and security reasons," according to the report. next Image 1 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) prev next Image 2 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) prev next Image 3 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) prev next Image 4 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) prev next Image 5 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) prev next Image 6 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) prev Image 7 of 7(WPTV/WFLX) ...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Kamala Harris will make history on Wednesday when she becomes the nation’s first female vice president — and the first Black woman and the first woman of South Asian descent to hold that office. But that’s only where her boundary-breaking role begins. With the confluence of crises confronting Joe Biden’s administration — and an evenly divided Senate in which she would deliver the tie-breaking vote — Harris is shaping up to be a central player in addressing everything from the coronavirus pandemic to criminal justice reform. Symone Sanders, Harris’ chief spokeswoman, said that while the vice president-elect’s portfolio hasn’t been fully defined yet, she has a hand in all aspects of Biden’s agenda. “There are pieces that Biden may specifically ask her to champion, but outside of that she is at the table for everything, involved in everything, and giving input and feedback and being a supportive...
    Donald Trump is reportedly set to leave the White House for Florida at 8am on Wednesday - the morning of Joe Biden’s inauguration. The outgoing president is due to hold a farewell ceremony at Joint Base Andrews, in Maryland, before his departure from the nation's capital, two sources told USA Today.   White House aides have reportedly sent out invitations for the event, with guests instructed to arrive between 6am and 7:15am. Attendees are permitted to bring up to five guests and have been instructed to wear masks. Specific details regarding the ceremony are said to still be under consideration, but may include a a color guard and 21-gun salute. Before his departure Trump is said to be planning to hand out around 100 pardons and commutations to white collar criminals, high-profile rappers, among a number of others. This is a developing story…
    The upcoming inauguration of President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenAzar in departure letter says Capitol riot threatens to 'tarnish' administration's accomplishments House Democrats introduce measures to oppose Trump's bomb sale to Saudis On The Money: Retail sales drop in latest sign of weakening economy | Fast-food workers strike for minimum wage | US officials raise concerns over Mexico's handling of energy permits MORE and the looming Senate impeachment trial for President TrumpDonald TrumpCIA chief threatened to resign over push to install Trump loyalist as deputy: report Azar in departure letter says Capitol riot threatens to 'tarnish' administration's accomplishments Justice Dept. argues Trump should get immunity from rape accuser's lawsuit MORE amid surges in U.S. coronavirus infections are expected to dominate this week’s Sunday talk shows.  All eyes are on Washington, D.C., this week as security officials and law enforcement prepare for Wednesday’s inaugural ceremonies in the aftermath of the deadly Jan. 6...
    Loading the player... As President Donald Trump prepares to leave the White House, his approval rating has sunk to a new low. Read More: Horned Trump supporter asks Trump for pardon following riots New data from a Pew Research Center poll showed only 29% of Americans approved of his presidency, the lowest ranking poll numbers of his entire term. The voters who rate Trump’s actions since the election as only fair or poor has risen from 68% in November to 76%, with virtually all of the increase coming in his “poor” ratings. His popularity among citizens will also likely fade after the administration is officially out of the Oval Office. According to the poll, almost two-thirds (68%) of the surveyed audience believe Trump should not continue to be a major national political figure for many years to come. Only 29% said he should remain a major figure...
    More On: twitter Letters to the editor — Jan. 15, 2021 Octopus of Big Tech is strangling America Jack Dorsey justifies Trump ban, but says he did not ‘celebrate’ it James Harden trade shakes up NBA Twitter: ‘Sheesh!’ As President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in on Inauguration Day, Twitter will be at work transferring its institutional “@POTUS” account to him, the company announced Thursday. Twitter’s other institutional White House accounts — @WhiteHouse, @VP, @FLOTUS, and @PressSec — will also be moved to the Biden administration. For this transition of power, the company also created a new account — @SecondGentleman — meant for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’s husband, Douglas Emhoff. Biden on Thursday night reminded his followers of the upcoming switch. “Folks — This will be the account for my official duties as President. At 12:01 PM on January 20th, it will become @POTUS. Until then, I’ll be using @JoeBiden,”...
    (CNN)In his final days in office, President Donald Trump has found the parts of the job he loved replaced by cold legal warnings, forced video addresses and a shrinking circle of downtrodden aides, all anxiously wondering what life will be like after noon on January 20.Gone are the clicks of flashing cameras. Absent is the roar of a cheering crowd. Instead of a commanding final full week of winning, the President is playing the role of victim and not a gracious leader departing office. Trump has been consumed by the unraveling of his presidency during his last days in office, according to people around him, which included a casual discussion among advisers recently about a possible resignation. Trump shut the idea down almost immediately. And he has made clear to aides in separate conversations that mere mention of President Richard Nixon, the last president to resign, were banned. Trump White...
    The House of Representatives on Tuesday night will move forward with an effort to hold President Trump accountable for the role he played in inciting a deadly riot on Capitol Hill last week. In the late-evening, members of the chamber are expected to discuss asking Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment, which would remove Trump from office eight days ahead of President-Elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration Day. A vote is scheduled to start between 10:15 p.m. ET and 10:45 p.m. ET. The amendment was added to the Constitution -- passed by Congress in 1965 and ratified by the states in 1967 -- as a way to remove from power a president who could no longer adequately carry out the duties of the office. The language of the amendment is that the vice president and either a majority of the Cabinet or a review body appointed by Congress must declare in writing...
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., conducts a news conference in the Capitol Visitor Center on Friday, June 26, 2020.Tom Williams | CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images The House will move closer Monday to impeaching President Donald Trump an unprecedented second time over his role in sparking an invasion of the Capitol during Congress' electoral vote count last week. Democrats plan to introduce an article of impeachment Monday that charges Trump with high crimes and misdemeanors for inciting an insurrection and disrupting the peaceful transfer of power. The three representatives leading the effort — Reps. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., David Cicilline, D-R.I., and Ted Lieu, D-Calif. — say 210 House members have cosponsored the measure. It puts them just shy of the 218-vote majority needed to impeach Trump in the House, though the number could end up lower due to vacancies and absences. Democrats hold 222 seats....
    Donald Trump has started putting together a defense team for a second impeachment trial with Rudy Giuliani and Alan Dershowitz said to both be in the running. Two sources told CNN Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney and the man who spearheaded the president's failed legal efforts to overturn the presidential election, is expected to represent Trump if the unprecedented event of a second impeachment trial materializes. The sources said Trump is also considering hiring Dershowitz, the controversial celebrity attorney who represented him at his first impeachment trial in December 2019 for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Dershowitz, who has infamously worked on the defense teams for OJ Simpson, Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein, said it would be an 'honor and privilege' to defend the president for a second time.  House Democrats will introduce their impeachment resolution on Monday charging Trump with 'incitement of insurrection' for his part in stoking up the...
    (CNN)Congressional Republicans are preparing a futile attempt Wednesday on President Donald Trump's behalf to overturn the results of the November election by objecting to Electoral College votes cast by at least three states for President-elect Joe Biden.The push is destined to fail, with Democrats and a significant number of Republicans planning to vote down all of the objections in both the House and the Senate, criticizing the effort both as a hopeless attempt to reverse the election outcome and as a threat to democracy that would subvert the will of the voters.Track the electoral vote count in CongressBut the joint session that begins at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday is poised to be a messy and contentious affair that will last late into evening and possibly into Thursday before Congress finally affirms Biden's win over Trump, 306 electoral votes to 232.Some Senate Republicans are expected to join their House counterparts to...
    Washington — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was reelected to a new term to lead the chamber as the 117th Congress convened Sunday, with the California Democrat set to shepherd her party through a new Congress with the slimmest majority in years. Members cast their votes for speaker ahead of their swearing in Sunday evening, with Pelosi earning support from 216 Democrats and clearing the threshold to secure the House's top position. The proceedings at the Capitol were marked by the coronavirus pandemic, which led to a changing of procedures to ensure the new Congress could gather safely. Two Democrats — Jared Golden of Maine and Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania — cast votes for Senator Tammy Duckworth of Illinois and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries of New York, respectively. Three Democratic House member voted "present." Notably, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat from New York, and other members of "The Squad" backed Pelosi in her...
    Washington — The House is poised to convene Monday to vote to override President Trump's veto of an annual must-pass defense policy bill, setting up what could be the first time Congress overrides a veto from Mr. Trump just weeks before he leaves office. The bill, the National Defense Authorization Act, passed both the House and Senate earlier this month with support from more than two-thirds of each chamber, clearing the thresholds needed to set aside Mr. Trump's veto. The Senate is scheduled to meet Tuesday to begin the process of taking up the matter. The $740 billion defense bill provides funding for military programs and construction projects, and authorizes a 3% pay raise for troops. But in the weeks leading up to its passage, Mr. Trump raised objections with the measure because it leaves untouched a federal law, known as Section 230, that provides a powerful legal shield for...
    When Donald Trump descended the Trump Tower golden escalator to announce he was running for president, it triggered boom times for John Di Domenico, a stage and TV performer who had already spent a decade perfecting the voice and mannerisms of the property mogul. “My phone was ringing off the hook,” he said. “My Facebook was exploding. I said, 'This will be great. Hopefully, he’ll make it through the summer.'” As history records, he did make it through the summer of 2015, and the calls never stopped. More than five years later, Di Domenico is a regular on national TV and radio, with a lucrative sideline in corporate events, digital greetings, and personal appearances. After his most successful year ever, like other Trump impersonators, he is planning for life after the White House. And just as administration staff prepare to hand off to a new team arriving, so the army...
    Hollywood star Zac Efron is believed to be spending New Year's Eve on Hamilton Island, one of the picturesque Whitsunday Islands in Queensland. Sources say the Baywatch actor, 33, will be celebrating the end of 2020 at Qualia, a luxurious resort surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef. The resort offers panoramic views of the Coral Sea and Whitsundays, and its beach house suite - where Zac is rumoured to be staying - costs $7,190 a night. Rumour has it: Hollywood star Zac Efron is believed to be spending New Year's Eve on Hamilton Island, one of the picturesque Whitsunday Islands in Queensland  The suite has a private infinity pool and its secluded location makes it the perfect place to enjoy the ultimate end-of-year getaway. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Inside Zac Efron's epic body transformation - after he was... L.A.X-odus! Why stars like Isla Fisher, Sacha Baron Cohen,......
    President Donald Trump has spent the past several weeks disputing Democrat Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, but, privately, he has reportedly acknowledged the reality of the results. According to The Daily Beast‘s White House sources, in conversations with aides and advisers, Trump has floated the idea of rebooting The Apprentice. “How would you like to see The Apprentice come back?” and “Remember The Apprentice?” are some of the lines the commander-in-chief has “casually slipped” into conversation with those in his orbit, according to individuals briefed on the matter. Furthermore, according to the publication’s sources, the president has repeatedly bragged about the fact that his show was a ratings hit and suggested that he could revive it after leaving the White House. Over 16 years, Trump reportedly earned $197 million directly from The Apprentice. Thanks to the fame associated with the franchise, he was able to generate an...
    Donald Trump and his supporters have their next chance to acknowledge the reality that Joe Biden is the president-elect on Monday, as the Electoral College votes. They’re not ready, though, as the Proud Boys showed by rioting in Washington, D.C., over the weekend. In Michigan, state House and Senate offices will be closed while the electors vote due to “credible threats.” “The meeting of the Electoral College should be a celebration of our democracy, but instead has now become a target for threats, intimidation and violence,” Michigan House Democratic Leader-elect Donna Lasinski said in a statement. “It is a sad fact that the shameful actions by certain Republicans to smear our democratic institutions and deny the clear will of the voters has undeniably created this dangerous, hostile atmosphere.” Despite all that, electors will meet and vote all day, starting with Indiana, New Hampshire, Tennessee, and Vermont at 10 AM ET and ending...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – President Donald Trump will soon be out of a job and so will his eldest daughter Ivanka. So what are they going to do next?  Apparently move to South Florida. Ivanka Trump has spent the last four years by her dad’s side in Washington as a White House senior adviser, but now it appears Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner may be moving to Miami-Dade. The couple have purchased a plot of land in Indian Creek Village in an area dubbed “Billionaire’s Bunker.” The news was first reported by the New York Post’s Page Six, which said the acquisition is “believed to be” of a 1.8-acre, 80,000-square-foot plot most recently owned by Julio Iglesias and listed at $31.8 million. The property is about 60 miles from the president’s Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach. Of course, Mr. Trump is a Florida resident now, listing Mar-a-Lago as his permanent address in 2019....
    By ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers are giving themselves more time to sort through their end-of-session business on government spending and COVID-19 relief, preparing a one-week stopgap spending bill that would prevent a shutdown this weekend. House floor leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said on Twitter that the temporary government funding bill is slated for a vote on Wednesday, when it is sure to easily pass. The development comes as Capitol Hill is struggling to figure out how to deliver long-delayed pandemic relief, including additional help for businesses hard hit by the pandemic, further unemployment benefits, funding to distribute COVID-19 vaccines and funding demanded by Democrats for state and local governments. Hoyer had previously told lawmakers that this week would probably be the last of the session, but talks are going more slowly than hoped on a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill under assembly by senior members of...
    WASHINGTON – Lawmakers are giving themselves more time to sort through their end-of-session business on government spending and COVID-19 relief, preparing a one-week stopgap spending bill that would prevent a shutdown this weekend. House floor leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said on Twitter that the temporary government funding bill is slated for a vote on Wednesday, when it is sure to easily pass. The development comes as Capitol Hill is struggling to figure out how to deliver long-delayed pandemic relief, including additional help for businesses hard hit by the pandemic, further unemployment benefits, funding to distribute COVID-19 vaccines and funding demanded by Democrats for state and local governments. Hoyer had previously told lawmakers that this week would probably be the last of the session, but talks are going more slowly than hoped on a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill under assembly by senior members of the powerful Appropriations committees. The stopgap...
    A Republican member of Congress is preparing a challenge to the Electoral College returns when Congress counts the votes next month. Rep. Mo Brooks, a GOP lawmaker representing Alabama's Fifth Congressional District, believes the election was "stolen" from President Trump and confirmed to Politico that he has had "indirect communication" with some senators about his longshot bid to contest the result. At least one lawmaker in each chamber needs to object on Jan. 6 when the vote-counting process takes place for the joint session of Congress to split up and consider their challenges separately. “In my judgment, if only lawful votes by eligible American citizens were cast, Donald Trump won the Electoral College by a significant margin, and Congress’s certification should reflect that,” Brooks said. “This election was stolen by the socialists engaging in extraordinary voter fraud and election theft measures.” As it stands now, President-elect Joe Biden stands...
    The former 'Kate Plus 8' star will spend the holiday with six of her kids as they prepare to say goodbye to their Pennsylvania estate. Kate Gosselin is reportedly planning her final Thanksgiving at the Pennsylvania house has lived in for more than a decade, but sadly, there will be two empty seats at the table. A source close to the former Kate Plus 8 star said that she will have a “last Thanksgiving in her family home” after listing her property for sale last month. The gathering will reportedly include six of the reality star’s eight kids with ex-husband Jon Gosselin. “It’s going to be bittersweet, ” the insider told In Touch Weekly of what could be Kate’s last holiday in her beloved abode. “She’s planning to have a big, family Thanksgiving dinner with all the kids. Unfortunately, Collin and Hannah will be celebrating with their dad and his...
    By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden plans further meetings on Wednesday to lay the groundwork for his new administration while President Donald Trump pursues a flurry of lawsuits challenging the election results in an effort to cling to power. Trump's unsupported charges of election fraud have gained little traction so far. His campaign said on Tuesday it planned to file a lawsuit in Michigan to halt the state from certifying its results, a day after it brought a similar action in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. Judges so far have tossed lawsuits in Michigan and Georgia brought by Trump's campaign, and legal experts say the litigation has little chance of changing the outcome of the Nov. 3 election. Trump suffered another possible setback on Tuesday when Democrats said a postal worker who claimed he witnessed ballot tampering in Pennsylvania had recanted his allegations. Some 80% of Americans,...
    DONALD Trump tonight warned Joe Biden not to try to "wrongfully claim" the presidency - as his Democratic rival prepared a historic address to the nation on the cusp of victory. The president threatened further legal action against battleground states as in a tweet on Thursday evening as their painfully slow counting process continued showing a steady swing towards the 77-year-old Democratic candidate. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates Joe Biden should not wrongfully claim the office of the President. I could make that claim also. Legal proceedings are just now beginning!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 6, 2020 13Joe Biden's has taken the lead in the Keystone State after the latest batch of votes were announcedCredit: Reuters 13Donald Trump's lost the lead in Georgia on Friday morningCredit: AFP or licensors The president - who has been holed up in...
    An organised mother has revealed how she tidies her home and perfectly 'resets' it for the week ahead on Saturdays and Sundays, and the schedule she swears by for a streamlined week. Steph Pase, 30, from Sydney, said the weekend is the perfect opportunity for a 'home reset', as it means you go into the working week with a plan and less to do while you are working full time. 'This is my weekend routine and how I reset our home, meals and schedules ready for the week ahead! Cleaning, meal planning and prepping and getting organised,' Steph said in a YouTube video.  Scroll down for video An organised mother has revealed how she tidies her home and perfectly 'resets' it for the week ahead on Saturdays and Sundays (Steph Pase pictured at home) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The BEST supermarket products of...
    PRESIDENT Trump's campaign team has reportedly set up two "war rooms" within the White House complex, which they will use to monitor Election Day developments. One room has been set up in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building next to the White House, with another, smaller room situated the White House building, the New York Times reports. 4 President Trump's campaign team have set up one of two election night war rooms Eisenhower Executive Office Building next to the White HouseCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4 Another, smaller Trump war room will be located in the White House itself, according to reportsCredit: AFP or licensors Critics have said the arrangement is another example of Trump blurring the lines between federal government property and his campaign. Back in August, the president came under fire from Democrats when he gave the final speech of the Republican National Convention from South Lawn of the...
    President Donald Trump downsized the guest list for his election night party at the White House from 400 to 250 - and said he'd 'maybe' address the nation Tuesday night after polls close.  CNN first reported the slimmed-down party, which is slated to take place in the East Room, with every attendee getting tested for COVID-19 before gaining entry.  Meanwhile, in Wilmington, Delaware, a podium is set up outside the Chase Center where Democratic nominee Joe Biden will address the nation - no matter the election result - his campaign said.  President Donald Trump told reporters during a visit to the Republican National Committee Annex in Arlington, Virginia Tuesday that he 'maybe' would address the nation tonight, after the polls close  CNN reported that Trump's guest list for his White House election fete had been slashed from 400 attendees to 250  Democratic nominee Joe Biden will address...
    BEVERLY HILLS (CBSLA) — Like everything else, 2020’s version of Halloween is just a touch spookier — but for all the wrong reasons. For the first time in decades, one of the most popular spots in the city will be dark this year as Beverly Hills bans trick-or-treating and closes five blocks around the Witch’s House. (CBSLA) The city of Beverly Hills has banned trick-or-treating and is closing off five streets that traditionally attract thousands in an effort to keep people safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. And, for the first time in decades, one of the most popular spots in the city will be dark. “It was a mixture of disappointment and elation that the city took some action to be protective of the community,” Michael Libow, owner of The Witch’s House, said. Libow has owned the famed Witch’s House for more than 20 years. He said Halloween is usually...
    While independent restaurants are struggling, with little hope of relief from Washington D.C. (which hasn't gotten any closer to signing a new pandemic relief bill), big restaurant chains are on the move in the south suburbs.  Eddie V's Prime Seafood opened this week in Greenwood Village, bringing a new concept to town from the Darden Group, which also runs Olive Garden, Yard House, Capital Grille and Bahama Breeze, among others. The spacious seafood house is just four miles up I-25 from the similarly named but completely unrelated Eddie Merlot's Prime Aged Beef & Seafood. Along with seafood, live music and cocktails, Eddie V's notes that "through its Harvest Program, the restaurant prepares its surplus food that is not served to guests for donation to Covenant Cupboard Food Pantry." In Wheat Ridge, the lease is ending at the five-year-old Four Seasons Farmers and Artisans Market, at 7043 West 38th Avenue, so...
    President Donald Trump claimed Monday that the coronavirus pandemic will 'run its course' as he prepares to return to the campaign trail with a rally in Florida this evening. Trump is looking to jump start his re-election bid in the last three weeks of the contest and project a picture of strength after being struck with COVID.  In addition to a series of rallies this week starring himself, Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Comey Barrett's confirmation hearing starts in the Senate on Monday, which Republicans will try to use to rally the party's base.  Trump will need all the weapons in his arsenal as he returns to the business of re-election. He's coming off a widely-panned debate performance; voters have given him low marks for his handling of the pandemic, particularly seniors, one of the most reliable voting blocs; and Democratic rival Joe Biden leads Trump in the polls - by...
    Arrowhead Stadium has been a house of horrors for Derek Carr and the Raiders. Six times Carr has taken the Raiders into Kansas City to face the Chiefs and he has come out on the short end every time, with most of the games not even being close. Carr is one of just eight quarterbacks since the merger to make at least five road starts at a single stadium in the regular season or playoffs and lost every one of them. “Derek’s going to hear it until we do it,” coach Jon Gruden said. “But, he’s the biggest reason I think we have a chance to do it. We have to play better around him. We can’t turn the ball over. If you look at the turnover ratio in the four games since I’ve been back coaching against Kansas City, it is almost embarrassing. I’m sorry I brought it up....
    PAIGE VANZANT has been keeping her followers entertained with pictures of herself doing daily activities naked as she prepares for her Bare Knuckle Championship debut. In a series of comical snaps posted to the ex-UFC star's Instagram, VanZant and husband Austin Vanderford can be seen gardening, baking and working out baring it all. 6VanZant and husband Austin Vanderford have enjoyed The couple clearly put some thought into strategically covering up their private parts with things like newspapers, umbrellas, a half-eaten crisp and even a bottle of Conor McGregor's Proper 12 whiskey. Fellow MMA fighter Vanderford told the Telegraph: "We decided to have a bit of fun at home in isolation in Portland, Oregon and get nude during this period. "It has got a bit wild at times, but we have been making it tasteful on our social media. "Every day we tried to come up with something new, whether we...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY STEVE HOLLAND AND SUSAN HEAVEY President Donald Trump said he will leave a military hospital where he is being treated for COVID-19 later on Monday, and urged people not to be afraid of the disease, which has killed more than a million people worldwide and wreaked economic havoc. Despite a wave of coronavirus infections that has torn through the White House four weeks before the U.S. presidential election, Trump said he was feeling well and would leave the hospital later in the afternoon after a three-day stay. “I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is taking extraordinary steps to prepare for the 2020 election, seeking to increase Democrats’ hold on state congressional delegations in the highly unusual scenario that the House is called on to resolve a disputed presidential contest. “We cannot leave anything to chance,” Pelosi said in a letter to colleagues, emphasizing the importance of winning House seats for Democrats — not just to expand their majority but to prepare for the possibility that the House must settle the presidential race. She said she made the planning public after President Donald Trump claimed recently that, if the election ends up in Congress, he has the advantage over Democrat Joe Biden, because Republicans control a few more delegations in the House. “It’s sad we have to have to plan this way, but it’s what we must do to ensure the election is not stolen,” Pelosi said Sunday in the...
    WASHINGTON – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is taking extraordinary steps to prepare for the 2020 election, seeking to increase Democrats’ hold on state congressional delegations in the highly unusual scenario that the House is called on to resolve a disputed presidential contest. “We cannot leave anything to chance,” Pelosi said in a letter to colleagues, emphasizing the importance of winning House seats for Democrats — not just to expand their majority but to prepare for the possibility that the House must settle the presidential race. She said she made the planning public after President Donald Trump claimed recently that, if the election ends up in Congress, he has the advantage over Democrat Joe Biden, because Republicans control a few more delegations in the House. “It’s sad we have to have to plan this way, but it’s what we must do to ensure the election is not stolen,” Pelosi said Sunday...
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has officially informed her Democratic Party caucus that the House of Representatives could decide the presidential election — and has urged them to focus on winning races that could decide the outcome. The House could decide the election if no candidate achieves a majority in the Electoral College. As Breitbart News explained three weeks ago, in “How Pelosi’s House of Representatives Could Re-elect Trump“: It seems almost certain that neither party will accept a close result in the presidential election on November 3. And given the likely delays due to vote-by-mail, recounts, and legal challenges, it is possible neither President Donald Trump nor former Vice President Joe Biden will have an Electoral College majority by December 14, when the Electors cast their votes. The election will then be decided by the House of Representatives, as indicated by the 12th Amendment to the U.S....
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett is allegedly on her way to Washington, D.C., Bloomberg reported Saturday, a day after sources confirmed to The Hill that President TrumpDonald John TrumpFederal prosecutor speaks out, says Barr 'has brought shame' on Justice Dept. Former Pence aide: White House staffers discussed Trump refusing to leave office Progressive group buys domain name of Trump's No. 1 Supreme Court pick MORE would nominate the conservative judge to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgProgressive group buys domain name of Trump's No. 1 Supreme Court pick Democratic senator to party: 'A little message discipline wouldn't kill us' Lincoln Project mocks Lindsey Graham's fundraising lag with Sarah McLachlan-themed video MORE on the Supreme Court.  According to Bloomberg, a person familiar with the situation said that Barrett was flying to Washington on Saturday, with Trump planning to officially announce her nomination at a White House ceremony at 5...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is seeking to move another coronavirus relief package costing roughly $2.2 trillion, which is less than the $3.5 trillion relief package that House Democrats passed in May but died in the Senate. A vote on the scaled-back package could occur before the House adjourns for the election on Oct. 2, according to the Hill. Pelosi, a California Democrat, has tasked committee heads with drafting the legislation, which is expected to include aid to airlines, restaurants, and other industries that are suffering because of the pandemic, according to the Wall Street Journal. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, a Massachusetts Democrat, is expected to take the lead on crafting the bill. He said the bill would likely contain the same provisions from the legislation passed in May, but provisions would last over a shorter period of time. Pelosi’s pursuit of moving another...
    The House Oversight Committee plans to issue a subpoena to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for documents Democrats claim have been withheld from the panel as it investigates mail delays ahead of the November election. Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, issued a memo to members of the committee on Monday declaring her intent to issue a subpoena. The congresswoman also said she was sending a documents request to the Postal Service Board of Governors. “This subpoena includes in one place many requests previously made by Members of the House and Senate in writing and directly to Mr. DeJoy during his in-person testimony,” Maloney wrote. “The subpoena clarifies a number of previous requests based on information obtained to date in order to ensure that it captures all documents within the requested categories, and it also makes clear as a legal matter that the production of these documents is mandatory.”...
    The Virginia House will conduct its first-ever virtual session with remote voting next week, as the chamber is about a week behind the Senate, which has been conducting its special session business in person since Tuesday. The decision to go virtual was supported by the House’s Democratic leadership, which said it was a matter of public health and an in-person session created too many risks for spreading COVID-19. House Democrats received fierce opposition from Republicans who expressed concern about technical problems and potential censorship from the virtual meeting host. Committee hearings and floor sessions will be held through Zoom, a video conference and chat platform. The chamber will use a paid version of the platform, which is designed to hold more participants and provide additional services to subscribers. Lawmakers will be given iPads on which they can cast their votes. They will be unable to use...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, smiles during an primary night rally in the Baldwin Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images WASHINGTON – The last pieces are in place for the announcement of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's vice presidential running mate, which is expected as early as Tuesday. In Wilmington, Delaware, the Biden campaign has assembled a diverse team of nine campaign pros who will serve as the top aides to the as-yet-unannounced vice presidential pick.  Most are familiar faces in Bidenland: Veteran Democratic message crafter Liz Allen will serve as the VP nominee's communications director, while former Obama White House advance aides Ryan Montoya and Evan Glover will handle her scheduling and advance.  Former NBC News analyst and Obama White House alum Karine Jean-Pierre will serve as chief of staff for the...
    President Donald Trump is preparing to suspend payroll taxes and extend expired unemployment benefits after negotiations with Congress on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed. The White House signaled that Trump was expected to introduce four executive orders on Saturday, contending Washington's gridlock had compelled him to act as the pandemic undermined the country's economy and the November election nears.  The president is now setting up to sign the orders at a news conference at his country club in Bedminster, New Jersey.  Trump had threatened to bypass elected lawmakers during a briefing on Friday night, saying: 'If Democrats continue to hold this critical relief hostage I will act under my authority as president to get Americans the relief they need.'  Perhaps most crucially, he intended to extend the unemployment benefits that have run out, but it was not clear whether the assistance would remain at $600 a week or where...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Nine days after federal officials released details of a $60 million bribery probe, the Ohio House is preparing for an historic vote on whether to remove the powerful Republican speaker alleged to have led the scheme. The House will convene Thursday after a secret vote taken Tuesday by the Republican caucus during a closed-door meeting indicated enough support to boot Speaker Larry Householder from his leadership role. Democrats also called for his ouster. The Ohio House has never before removed a speaker, according to the Ohio History Connection, which was formerly the Ohio Historical Society. Remaining members of Householder’s leadership team said in a statement that he deserves the presumption of innocence but “has lost the trust of his colleagues and the public” and can’t effectively lead the House. Householder, of Glenford, was one of five defendants identified in a July 21 federal affidavit as allegedly...
    By FARNOUSH AMIRI, Report for America/Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Nine days after federal officials released details of a $60 million bribery probe, the Ohio House is preparing for an historic vote on whether to remove the powerful Republican speaker alleged to have led the scheme. The House will convene Thursday after a secret vote taken Tuesday by the Republican caucus during a closed-door meeting indicated enough support to boot Speaker Larry Householder from his leadership role. Democrats also called for his ouster. The Ohio House has never before removed a speaker, according to the Ohio History Connection, which was formerly the Ohio Historical Society. Remaining members of Householder's leadership team said in a statement that he deserves the presumption of innocence but “has lost the trust of his colleagues and the public” and can't effectively lead the House. Householder, of Glenford, was one of five defendants identified in...
    Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinOn The Money: Congress set for brawl as unemployment cliff looms | Wave of evictions could be coming for nation's renters | House approves 9.5B spending package Mnuchin makes deficit hawks nervous on relief bill talks Pelosi, Schumer knock GOP over 'disarray' ahead of unemployment cliff MORE and White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsMnuchin makes deficit hawks nervous on relief bill talks Pelosi, Schumer knock GOP over 'disarray' ahead of unemployment cliff The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump pivots on convention; GOP punts on virus bill MORE made a rare weekend trip to Capitol Hill as part of negotiations on a GOP coronavirus proposal.  The meeting, in an otherwise empty Capitol, comes as Republicans are preparing to unveil their coronavirus package on Monday, after having to punt amid lingering sticking points over key pieces of the legislation.  The trip to Capitol...
    The White House is now requiring hospitals around the country to change how they report data on COVID-19 patients in a move that effectively bypasses the nation’s largest public health agency. In a letter from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the agency mandated that hospitals send information on their COVID-19 patients directly to a database managed by HHS rather than the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The order outlining the alteration claims it will help federal agencies move from manual data entry to automated, which would streamline the collection and dissemination of coronavirus data for multiple federal agencies that will have access to the database. The document reads: “As of July 15, 2020, hospitals should no longer report the Covid-19 information in this document to the National Healthcare Safety Network site,” a clearinghouse of data on infectious diseases operated by the CDC since 2008....
    Conservative economist Stephen Moore is coming after Dr. Anthony Fauci. Moore, who is an informal adviser to President Trump, said on Monday evening he is working on a policy memo that will point out the mistakes the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has made throughout the course of his professional career. “We are working on a memo that shows how many times Dr. Fauci’s been wrong during not just [this pandemic], but during his entire career,” Moore told the Daily Beast. The memo is currently titled "Dr. Wong" and Moore said that he and his group plan on sending it to the White House once its completed. “It will document how often his predictions have been not just wrong, but in many cases, fabulously wrong … [and it’ll be] looking at his whole career of making predictions about disease, and trying to show a pattern,”...
    The White House is now telling Americans to learn to live with the coronavirus, shifting their focus from past months when they expressed that the virus would eventually go away.  Administration officials are trying to intensify their messaging on the pandemic in the next week, senior administration officials told NBC News. The White House is planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election.  The White House is planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election  Top advisers for the president will argue for ways to move forward, despite the virus. Officials plan to push forward therapeutic drugs, while emphasizing that the there is a low risk for Americans to die from the virus.  President Donald Trump initially claimed that...
    Donald Trump’s White House is reportedly planning on offering a new message to Americans as the coronavirus crisis worsens and the number of cases continues to reach new highs — “Learn to live with it.” NBC News reported on Friday that top members of the administration are planning to roll out the new message in the coming week, an apparent contradiction to a message shared by the president this week that he believes the pandemic will go away suddenly. As the report noted, the new message will stress to Americans that the virus will not be going away anytime soon, and they should find a way to press forward regardless. The report noted that the new messaging is an attempt to coalesce around a common theme after weeks and months of mixed messaging from the president and top members of his administration. Trump regularly downplayed the severity of the virus...
    Photo credit: Jim Watson, AFP via Getty Images The Trump administration is planning to unveil a new, more unified message about the surging coronavirus pandemic next week, after weeks of outrage and criticism of its muddied and often aimless narrative about the best course forward. According to a Friday evening report from NBC News, the White House will roll out a public relations campaign emphasizing that the country cannot return to the shelter-in-place rules of late winter and early spring that sharply blunted the spread of Covid-19. Numerous public health experts have criticized the large number of states that reopened their economies in early May, and have linked the premature end of lockdowns and their laissez-faire approach to mask wearing to the new record highs of 50,000-plus positive cases seen in the past few days. “Eager to move forward and reopen the economy amid a recession and a looming presidential...
    Nearly 230 years after the establishment of Washington, D.C., the House of Representatives will be voting on a bill Friday to make the district a state -- and according to D.C.'s "shadow senator" Paul Strauss, the time is right for it to finally happen. The last time a push for statehood came this far was in 1993, though it continues to face an uphill climb and opposition from the Trump administration. But Strauss believes that Americans understand the case for statehood more due to current events involving the coronavirus pandemic and the federal response to protests after George Floyd’s death. DC STATEHOOD BILL COMING TO HOUSE FLOOR, HOYER SAYS “People see statehood in a different light,” Strauss told Fox News in a phone interview. Strauss, as a so-called shadow senator, does not have a vote but represents the interests of D.C. residents in the Senate, with statehood advocacy being chief among them....
    Coronavirus — Trump said he asked to delay testing of covid-19 2:15 . – White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said Sunday that the Trump administration is preparing for the possibility that a second wave of covid-19 may hit the United States in the fall. “We are filling stocks in anticipation of a possible problem in the fall. We’re doing everything we can below the surface, working as hard as possible, “Navarro told CNN’s Jake Tapper on the” State of the Union “show. When asked by Tapper if the administration was preparing for a second wave in the fall, Navarro replied: “Of course.” “You prepare for what could possibly happen. I am not saying it will happen, but of course you are preparing, ”he added. CNN has reached out to the White House for comment. MIRA: Trump does not rule out meeting with Maduro: I would think about...
    A man holds a flag with the image of U.S. President Donald Trump in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., on Friday, June 19, 2020.Matthew Hatcher | Bloomberg | Getty Images The White House insisted Friday that Covid-19 is "still a priority" for the administration, even as President Donald Trump prepares for a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma that could spread the disease. During a White House press briefing, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was asked by a reporter whether the virus was a priority after Dr. Anthony Fauci, a member of Trump's coronavirus task force, said Tuesday that he hadn't spoken to the president in two weeks. "Absolutely it's still a priority," McEnany said. "It's why the task force meets regularly, the president is given that information. The vice president has been leading on the task force and the president ultimately makes the decisions and is constantly kept up to date with the latest numbers." The White...
    John Bolton's lawyers will argue in court Friday that the White House is trying to stop him from embarrassing President Trump with the release of his book 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir.'  Bolton's legal team will also argue that it's simply too late to stop the sale of the book, which is set to come out Tuesday - as it's already been published and is in the hands of major news organizations.   The former national security adviser's legal team filed a motion Thursday night to dismiss the lawsuit that was filed by the White House Tuesday.  Former National Security Advisor John Bolton (left) and President Trump's (right) administration will face off in court Friday over the publication of Bolton's tell-all book Federal District Judge Royce Lamberth, who was appointed by Republican President Ronald Reagan, will preside over a 1 p.m. Friday hearing on the matter. ...
    Reuters June 17, 2020 0 Comments The Trump administration is preparing an up to $1 trillion infrastructure package focused on transportation projects as part of its push to spur the world’s largest economy back to life, a source familiar with the situation said on Tuesday. The Department of Transportation’s preliminary version reserves most funds for projects such as roads and bridges, but will also set aside about a quarter of the money for priorities such as 5G wireless infrastructure and rural broadband, two sources said. The White House, which has made similar proposals in recent years, is aiming to unveil its latest effort in July, one of the sources said. News of the potential additional stimulus, first reported by Bloomberg, supported a U.S. stock market rise on Tuesday. President Donald Trump, a Republican, is running for re-election in November. He is eager to boost the economy to bolster his...
    Washington (CNN)The Trump administration is preparing to roll out another set of restrictions on legal immigration, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, even as it argues for the reopening of the US economy, according to sources familiar with the deliberations. Despite a push from President Donald Trump to move past the pandemic, the administration is continuing to usher forward immigration measures, citing the outbreak and its toll on the economy. One of the key figures behind the push to limit immigration is Stephen Miller, Trump's lead immigration adviser and the architect of the President's hardline immigration agenda. In April, Trump signed an executive order barring some immigration to the US after teasing an outright ban on immigration to the country. Trump argued that the order was needed to protect American jobs. Against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, the administration has pressed forward with a series of immigration measures...
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - There will be chicken and roast beef on the floor of the University of New Hampshire ice arena Thursday, but no fish. It’s a decades-old tradition for UNH hockey fans to throw a fish on the ice at the Whittemore Center Arena after the team scores its first goal of each game. But in a break from a much longer tradition, lawmakers will gather there for the first House session held outside the Statehouse since the Civil War. The Legislature suspended its work in March because of the coronavirus but has gradually resumed committee work and public hearings via video conferencing. The 24-member Senate will again meet in person next week, spread out in Representatives’ Hall. TOP STORIES Feds file first charges for arson of Minneapolis police precinct Sen. Tim Scott introduces the George Floyd-Walter Scott Notification Act 7-Sigma Inc., Minneapolis manufacturer, to flee city over...
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