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Austin strike: One death and the suspect detained after being shot.

Officials at the protest examined the scene gathered in downtown Austin in solidarity with the Black Life movement when fired on Saturday night, police spokeswoman Katrina Ratcliff said. They found an adult man with a gunshot wound and he was sent to a local hospital and died markedly, Ratcliff said. Initial reports indicate that the victim may hold a rifle …

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The Reagan Foundation asks Trump to campaign for the RNC to stop funding outside of Reagan’s name.

TOPLINE Foundation and institutional president Ronald Reagan told Trump and the Republican National Committee last week to stop using the image of past presidents to raise funds. Reagan is a conservative hero. President Ronald Reagan at the Republican Rally, Durenberger, 1982. Photo by Universal History Archive / Getty Images Important facts The request came after the Trump Committee made America …

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Trump’s administration backs up an extension of no-partial benefits until the end of the year.

Photo: US President Donald Trump speaks during a press briefing on the Coronary Syndrome (COVID-19) at the White House in Washington, USA, July 22, 2020. REUTERS / Leah Millis Infrastructure Minister (IQ) – Wednesday 12 February 2008 13:50, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday that Trump’s administration will help expand unemployment benefits to End of the year to …

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US demonstrators clash with police about Trump’s federal agency plan

Shattered windows at Chipotle’s restaurant and dormitory at Virginia Commonwealth In California, demonstrators set fire to court, causing damage to police stations and injured personnel after peaceful protests took place late Saturday, the Oakland police said. Protesters destroyed windows, spraying graffiti, firing fireworks and lasers pointing to the Oakland Department officials, said on Twitter. Many tweets called for peace and …

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Coronavirus: Misleading and Misleading Claims About Debunked Vaccines

Copyright image SOPA image In the week that Oxford University announced the promising coronavirus vaccine trial, we are looking for social media claims about the vaccine and misleading messages about safety. The anti-vaccination movement has been pulled online in recent years, and anti-vaccination campaigners have focused on claims related to the coronavirus. Claims about the impact on DNA First of …

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Fired tear gas again; Protests in Portland continue

PORTLAND, Oregon – A federal representative fired another tear gas to disperse violent protests in Portland, Oregon, which continued until the early Saturday morning, as the protests took place every night for Two months Officials said six federal officials were injured and one was arrested. Thousands of people gathered in front of the federal court beginning Friday evening. Protests take …

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Hurricane Hanna weakens from tropical storm after wrecking port: report

Hurricane Hanna began to angrily enter South Texas on Saturday. But the big concern for the 32 zones that are expected to be affected by the storm is expected to continue with heavy rainfall and floods throughout the week. “We’re not near yet,” said Chris Birchfield, National Weather Service meteorologist at The Associated Press. RICH REICHMUTH: Flooding south Texas will …

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Mnuchin: Virus Rescue Package Coming Soon. Check $ 1,200 by August.

Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin said Republicans plan to launch the next COVID-19 rescue package on Monday. by LISA MASCARO AP Parliamentary Reporter July 26, 2020, 12:29 pm Read 4 minutes Share to Facebook.Share to Twitter.Submit this article Washington State Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday that Republicans were scheduled to launch their next COVID-19 aid package on Monday and …

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The second stimulus review benefits the unemployed, especially the payroll tax cuts: McConnell

McConnell said the GOP cancels payroll tax cuts due to stimulus checks being more useful for unemployed. “I think we are much better at sending cash payments directly to people who have not yet received this,” McConnell told WKYT on “Kentucky Newsmakers and Bill Bryant.” Many Democrats and Republicans oppose payroll tax cuts, which is important for President Trump. Cutting …

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