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Allegheny Co. issues new 2-week order that allows outdoor dining and limited drinking – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Given the surge in coronavirus cases, Allegheny County took quick measures last week to shut down personal and restaurant and bar seating. As a potential lifeline for these companies, they are now loosening some restrictions. Allegheny County Health Department has issued a new two-week order that removes some restrictions, such as: B. Allowing food and beverages outdoors. …

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The Muslim woman received the Starbucks order labeled “Isis”

The name of a 19-year-old Muslim woman was spelled “Isis” on July 1 at her command by a Starbucks in a Minneapolis destination. Aishah wearing a hijab lodged a complaint with the local chapter of the Council for American-Islamic Relations. At a press conference, the group said it was disappointed with Target’s response, in which the company said it was …

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Florida’s Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an executive order Monday calling for schools to reopen

Many districts, including the Miami-Dade school system, have proposed offering several school options, including hybrid models that include online and personal learning. The regulation requires schools to offer full-time tuition “at least” five days a week for families who wish to do so. The announcement comes on the same day that President Trump tweeted: “SCHOOLS MUST BE OPEN IN AUTUMN …

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Uprising in Portland says police officers order demonstrators to go or be arrested

Portland police rioted early Friday during the riots near the Federal Supreme Court in the city, calling on protesters to leave the area or to hand over ammunition to control the crowd. SEATTLE’S CHOP GONE, POLITICAL FALLOUT CAN GIVE The police described a chaotic scene. They said several demonstrators had “lit fires, thrown stones at officers, aimed lasers at officers …

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Michael Bay’s pandemic film “Songbird” receives the order “Not working” from SAG-AFTRA

A pandemic film titled “Songbird” produced by Michael Bay has been ordered by the Screen Actors Guild – American Association of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) to “not work”. The reason for the order was that “manufacturers haven’t made their security logs transparent about the coronavirus crisis,” said a union representative in a statement from The Hollywood Reporter (THR). The …

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Texas places a nationwide order that requires facewear

Greg Abbott, governor of Texas, passed an executive ordinance on Thursday calling on state residents to wear facial mask in public spaces in counties with 20 or more positive Covid-19 cases, as the outbreak is rapidly spreading across the Lone Star state spreads. “Wearing a face cover in public has been shown to be one of the most effective ways …

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SpaceX mixes the rocket launch order after Starlink delay

SpaceX has withdrawn from a Starlink launch attempt on June 26 to allow “additional time for pre-launch checkouts”, which means the company’s second US military GPS satellite mission is now pending. The GPS III SV03 mission is scheduled to start on June 30 at 3:56 p.m. EDT (19:56 UTC) (NET) at the earliest. It will be SpaceX’s last mission this …

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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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Rolling Stone says Law and Order should be canceled as Amazon is considering dropping Dukes of Hazzard

The Rolling Stone author says Law & Order should be canceled by police officers because of its positive portrayal, as Amazon is considering removing the Dukes of Hazzard due to the use of Confederate flags Rolling Stone author EJ Dickson writes that the last remaining Law & Order program should be canceled due to Olivia Benson’s exemplary police character Mariska …

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