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Breonna Taylor case: Louisville police say shooting had nothing to do with race

“This is not related to George Floyd. This is not the case,” Mattingly said, speaking for the first time in an interview with ABC News and the Louisville Courier Journal. “It’s not Ahmaud Arbery. There’s nothing like it. These are two completely different types of events,” Mattingly said. Mattingly and two other officials broke down the door to Taylor’s apartment …

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Coronavirus cases are increasing in the US – live updates

New York has added several states and territories to its travel restrictions list as coronavirus cases continue to grow across the country, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday. People traveling to New York from the restricted areas must be quarantined for 14 days. “We are now in a situation where 43 states meet the criteria for our travel advice. This is …

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Is the 2020 presidential election a toss of a coin?

As we move ever closer to the 2020 US presidential election, it feels as though with each passing day the result becomes harder to predict. Both incumbent President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden have their flaws, and for many Americans the decision on who to vote for has never been more difficult. In Trump’s recent speech on the …

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The entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park vandalized with the sign “Black lives do not matter”

The park, divided between Tennessee and North Carolina, is America’s most visited national park, according to the National Park Service. The sign was reported by visitors on Saturday at Foothills Parkway West Entrance Sign near Highway 321 intersection in Walland, Tennessee. Officials believe the entrance was vandalized sometime between September 18 and September 19, according to a press release from …

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All but one threatened the GOP senator behind Trump’s Supreme Court after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death

Hours after the news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on Friday, Republicans rushed to embrace President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plans to fill his seat on the court, despite the impending presidential election. Senator Martha McSally, R-Ariz., Was one of the first GOP senators to support the decision, leaving Democrats behind a plan …

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The CIA pinches Russia’s intelligence service to the White House

Four of the people said the change has resulted in less information about Russia going to the White House, but the exact reason for that – if Elwood has blocked it, or if Russia’s officers have become disillusioned and produce less or even self-censorship for fear. to be reprimanded – is less clear. An administrative official explained the reduced Russia-related …

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The CIA pinches Russia’s intelligence service to the White House

Four of the people said the change has resulted in less information about Russia going to the White House, but the exact reason for that – if Elwood has blocked it, or if Russia’s officers have become disillusioned and produce less or even self-censorship for fear. to be reprimanded – is less clear. An administrative official explained the reduced Russia-related …

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Why Biden enters the SCOTUS battle will not include court packaging

Joe Biden’s leadership in the presidential race has not changed much since he went up to the nomination, and the last few days are helping to explain why. The former fabric has refused to be strongly drawn into the issue that has fired Washington, Twitter, the press and Liberal Democrats everywhere: the sudden vacancy in the Supreme Court. Biden leads …

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Schumer invokes “two-hour rule” to block Senate committee hearings

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer invoked the “two-hour rule” Tuesday, a measure that constrains the scheduling and duration of Senate committee meetings. The move was intended to retaliate against Republicans, who have agreed to vote on confirming President Trump’s nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death. Under the rule, no Senate committee or …

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