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Michigan will use the $300 unemployment bonus as an incentive to return to work.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer wants to expand how Michigan uses federal unemployment funds to incentivize Michiganders to return to work after the COVID-19 pandemic, she announced Monday. The plan involves giving some employees a $300 weekly bonus for returning to work throughout the week of Sept. 4, Whitmer said during a variety of press conferences. She did not say when the …

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Reality Winner, former NSA contractor jailed for exposing Russian hacking secrets get out of jail early

Reality Winner, former National Security Agency contractor jailed for Russian hacking secrets was released from prison early Her lawyer said on Monday. “I am thrilled to announce that Reality Winner has been released from prison,” her attorney Alison Grinter Allen said in a statement posted on Twitter. The 29-year-old winner was sentenced to more than five years in prison in …

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Depression 2 formed off the east coast of the United States.

Depression 2 formed about 100 miles east of Cape Hatteras. The system could later become Tropical Storm Bill. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph with higher gusts. The National Hurricane Center said the depression would become a tropical storm tonight and could continue to intensify Tuesday.. Fortunately, the storm will blow away from the US. in the next few …

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Top DOJ national security official resigns amid impact of Dems seizure of records

A senior Justice Department national security official is resigning as the department grapples with the impact of subpoenas of phone records of members of Congress and journalists during the Trump administration, DOJ officials confirmed Monday. The resignation comes as Attorney General Merrick Garland announced an overhaul of DOJ procedures amid revelations that the agency seized Democratic lawmakers’ communication records. John …

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Omar, Greene face condemnation resolutions in council for latest remarks

WASHINGTON — Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar will be targets of a duel resolution that is expected to be filed this week to warn them for remarks critics say oppose. Jewish or abusive Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Ill., is expected to release a resolution Wednesday to blame Greene of Georgia for remarks last month comparing House’s …

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MSNBC host defends Rep. Omar’s US-Hamas tweet: ‘Our country has done bad things abroad’

Top Media Headlines June 14 MSNBC’s Joy Reid was criticized for claiming that students had learned ‘Confederate Race Theory’, a NPR TV commentator doubling down on an op-ed urging Tom Hanks to ‘anti-racism’ and Biden muttering that he would be in trouble. with his staff Today’s top news headlines MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan performed a self-described rhetoric on Sunday in defense …

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Illinois chemical plant fire: Rockton orders forced evacuation

Illinois police ordered a compulsory evacuation Monday due to a massive fire at a chemical plant outside Chicago. Flames erupt at Chemtool Incorporated’s plant in Rockton. “Rockton Fire has ordered a compulsory evacuation for the area south of Chemtool due to an industrial fire,” the Rockton Police Department said in a statement. In a Facebook post, Rockton Village advised residents …

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Harvard affirmation lawsuit: Supreme Court effectively delays school policy challenge for months

The Harvard nominees compete at the Ivy League campus, giving Asian Americans higher standards and limiting their numbers. The school stipulates that there are no restrictions for Asian American students. and all applicants are considered individually based on a number of characteristics. The dispute has been running through lower courts since 2014 in a lawsuit that appears to be designed …

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8 states have reported cases of COVID-19 new increase

Eight states are experiencing an increase in new COVID-19 infections. According to information compiled by Johns Hopkins University. John Hopkins reports that Alabama, Arkansas, Hawaii, Missouri, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Wyoming have seen an increase in cases in the past two weeks. According to the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionAll of those states had below-average vaccination rates. except in …

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Douglas Kantor: The man killed in the Austin shooting is from Michigan.

Douglas J. Kantor, 25, is originally from Airmont, New York, and attended college in Michigan. and graduate school at the University of Michigan. The KEYE family statement states: He began working at Ford Motor Co., the IT department after receiving a bachelor’s degree and became a product manager with the company, the statement said. He also developed a website for …

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