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Vanessa Guillen: The suspect of a soldier’s disappearance at Fort Hood has been identified

Robinson killed himself on Wednesday after the police in Killeen, Texas confronted him, according to the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, known as the CID. He fled Fort Hood late Tuesday. “While law enforcement officials tried to contact the suspect in Killeen, Texas, specialist Robinson showed a gun and committed suicide,” said Damon Phelps, CID senior special agent, at a …

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Stress increase in tax preparation

CONCLUDE The tax season is stressful for many consumers at the best of times, but the pandemic in 2020 has compounded these fears. USA TODAY Millions of taxpayers take advantage of the IRS ‘decision to postpone the coronavirus pandemic tax filing deadline. With the new tax return on July 15 only a few weeks away, these taxpayers now need to …

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How to plan the ultimate Texas road trip

If you are looking for a vacation full of southern charm, look no further than the state of Texas. Located in the central-south of the USA, Texas is the second-biggest state in terms of size so there is plenty of open road and activities to fill your time. It is a state perfectly set up for road trips, with roads …

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New York City will no longer count postal votes for another week

Ballots are checked and counted AP photo With BILL MAHONEY 6/30/2020 4:28 PM EDT Updated 30.06.2020 17:22 EDT 2020-06-30T05: 22-0400 ALBANIA – Do not hold your breath and wait for the final results of the primaries for the Congress and Assembly in New York City. The process of counting absentee ballots will not begin another week, Michael New York Executive …

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A postal vote could mean “election week”, not “election day”

CONCLUDE Voters in Wisconsin formed long, socially distant queues and waited in masks and gloves while the state drove election day. Storyful WASHINGTON – Kentucky will not have final results from last week’s state primaries until Tuesday. New York could take twice as long. In Pennsylvania, the state’s largest city, Philadelphia, postal ballot papers were counted almost two weeks after …

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