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Fauci does not expect a federal mandate for coronavirus vaccines in the United States

“Consoling yourself at a lower death rate is a false narrative,” Fauci said during a live stream press conference with Senator Doug Jones, Alabama, a Democrat. “There are so many other things that are very dangerous and bad about this virus. Don’t be foolishly complacent.” Trump tweeted Monday that “the China virus mortality rate in the United States is almost …

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Federal judges skeptical of Trump’s order to expel migrants at the border

A federal judge raised concerns about the Trump administration’s policy on migrants during the Wednesday Corona virus Pandemic that ordered border guards to stop removing an unaccompanied teen from Honduras. For the second time This month, Judge Carl Nichols of the U.S. District Court in Washington, a conservative appointed by President Trump, blocked the deportation of the 16-year-old Honduran boy …

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Federal judge refuses to order the delay in John Bolton’s anthology through the Trump administration

A federal judge denied the Justice Department’s request for an order to delay the publication of the former national security adviser John Bolton’s journal of his 17 months in President Donald Trump’s government. In a 10-page ruling, U.S. District Court judge Royce Lamberth sharply criticized Bolton, and while suggesting that national security concerns might indeed be justified, he rejected the …

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The federal official killed in Oakland is mourned at the memorial service

Family and friends mourn the death of a federal law enforcement officer who was shot dead while guarding a US courthouse in Oakland. On Friday, they spoke out for an end to the violence that shortened his life and said America must overcome discrimination and hatred. The 53-year-old David Patrick Underwood was remembered as a quiet and talented nature athlete, …

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Calls to make Juneteenth a US federal holiday are gaining momentum US news

Juneteenth, the nickname for June 19, 1865, the day slavery ended in the United States when the last group of slaves was informed that they were being emancipated, has long been used by African Americans across the country with parties, cookouts and Pageants celebrated. But the past few weeks have shown that belief is growing that all Americans should remember …

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Following the federal government’s crackdown on protests, the House will vote to make DC a state

WASHINGTON – Democrats announced on Tuesday that this month’s Parliament would vote on the statehood of the District of Columbia, taking advantage of the anger that the Trump administration has had over protests against racial justice in the country’s capital hold first vote on this topic for over a quarter of a century. The move to convert the country’s capital …

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Federal arrests show no sign that Antifa has planned protests

While anarchists and anti-fascists openly admitted to being part of the massive crowd, they cite the scale, intensity, and permanence of the protests far beyond anything they could dream of organizing. Some tactics used in the protests, such as wearing black and breaking shop windows, are reminiscent of the tactics of anarchist groups, say those who study such movements. In …

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