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Supreme Court cases: Here are the 8 cases that judges have yet to rule on

While the court has issued opinions in dozens of cases, including several important ones dealing with LGBTQ rights, abortion, and immigration last month, in which Judge John Roberts espoused the four liberals, some closely watched have yet to be released become. Trump’s financial documents At the beginning of May, the court over two hours by phone investigated two important cases …

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Tropical storm Edouard could form in the Atlantic this week

Check your local forecast here >>> Tropical Depression Five formed in the Atlantic late Saturday morning. Sunday morning it passed 70 miles north of Bermuda and brought rain and gusty winds to the region. The official forecast is that the depression will follow the open Atlantic and may worsen into a tropical storm in the next 12 to 24 hours. …

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Tammy Duckworth: Illinois Senator Says Trumps “Priorities Are All Wrong”

Trump sent a message on Friday that fueled racial and cultural divisions in the U.S. instead of uniting the country that is involved in two crises – the coronavirus pandemic and racist settling. The President made a similar speech on Saturday to commemorate Independence Day, accusing social justice demonstrators of attempting to destroy America and comparing the United States’ fight …

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Fourth of July various spike coronavirus in the middle of Southern California

Independence Day looks a little different this year in Southland. Californians, hoping that the July 4th weekend would return for some summer fun, will instead find closed beaches, restaurants restricted to outdoor service in most areas of the state, and increased enforcement of state regulations that people must wear face masks in public places. A holiday that is traditionally marked …

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Penn State is persecuting those who are in contact with a 21-year-old student who died of Covid-19 complications

“We are deeply saddened that Juan died prematurely during this pandemic,” said Damon Sims, vice president of student affairs, in a statement. “This young man had a remarkable spirit and was very loved. I know that our entire campus community expresses his deepest condolences to his family and friends as they mourn this unthinkable loss. It is a moving reminder …

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Portland police once again declare “turmoil” as the city is experiencing the 38th day in a row of unrest

Police in Portland, Oregon, declared an uprising at around 11:00 p.m. local time on Saturday when Independence Day marked the 38th consecutive day of unrest in the city. Later, around 1 a.m. on Sunday, local time, a large crowd was seen marching near the Multnomah County Justice Center, the federal court where rioters and protesters often gather. Uprising in port …

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