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Roberts joins the Court’s Liberals to oppose the California Church’s lockdown challenge

“The exact question of when restrictions on certain social activities should be lifted during the pandemic is a dynamic and fact-intensive matter that is subject to reasonable disagreement,” Roberts wrote. The chief judge, a judge appointed by President George W. Bush, said it was not the job of the judges to replace health professionals and elected officials who appear to …

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Savior or strong man? El Salvador’s millennial president defies Congress and the courts on Covid 19 policies

Some Salvadorans praise him for taking decisive action that could have saved his small Central American nation from the worst effects of the corona virus. Others say he will become a strong man who violates the constitution of his own country, most recently when he talks to the Supreme Court and the National Assembly about how soon El Salvador will …

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Google Duo courts the PG crowd with the addition “family mode”

Google announced on Friday that some new features would be introduced for its video chat app. No, not one, the other. no, the other other. This latest update adds a “family mode” to Google Duo, the search giant’s mobile-friendly answer to Apple’s FaceTime, and an app that you can’t confuse with Google’s other video and text chat services, Meet and …

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Barr bangs Democrats and Courts: Avalanche of subpoenas should "put the executive out of action"

Barr was the liveliest in the speech in front of a friendly crowd. However, the contents of his remarks touched upon some of the country's most serious issues – including the ongoing Congressional investigation into President Donald Trump and Barr's attempts to protect the White House from summonses during the impeachment and other investigations. In front of a crowd of …

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No Foam Tomahawks on Braves Stadium Courts after comments by Cards & # 47; Helsley; other changes expected | Derrick Goold: bird country

ATLANTA – When fans arrived at SunTrust Park for the fifth game of the National League Division Series, one of the most important playoff games for the Atlanta Braves in more than a decade, something was missing on Wednesday. The foam Tomahawks, which had been placed against the Cardinals at each seat prior to games 1 and 2 of this …

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Superior man pleads not guilty in anthem assault; heavy security follows threats | Crime & Courts

SUPERIOR – The security detail on hand for Wednesday's arraignment of a man accused of choke-slamming a 13-year-old boy who did not remove his hat for the national anthem what unusually heavy, but little of this case is usual for small-town Montana. Curt Brockway and his defense attorney left the courtroom on fire escape under law enforcement's watch. Sheriff Mike …

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Passengers from vans who were involved in a crash in the US 59 were traveling on a cruise to Galveston (with video) Crime & Courts

Brownsville family on vacation on Saturday had to suffer an immense loss after five carcasses and seven injured were reported dead at the site of the crash in a crash involving three vehicles in US 59 South, said Sgt. Ruben San Miguel, a spokesman for the Texas Ministry of Public Security. All 10 passengers of the van traveled to Galveston, …

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New York Courts Define Rules for ICE Arrests in State Courts: NPR

The New York Office of Court Administration issued new rules on Wednesday restricting the ability of immigrants from federal states to arrest immigrants in court orders without a warrant. The rules are the recent development in the ongoing controversy over the presence of immigration and customs enforcement officials in state and local courthouses to arrest immigrants who appear there in …

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