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Seven injured as a tractor plowed through a NYC outdoor dining area.

Police said at least seven people, including two children, were injured on Friday morning in two car crashes that sent car attendants to outdoor dining in Manhattan, police said. The chain reaction came after 8:30 a.m. when a white van crashed into a black wagon, sending it through a restaurant area at the intersection of 50 East and Second Avenue. …

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Louis County man shoots his wife, child, two days after divorce proceedings, officials reveal |

McCulley was not the biological father of the two children who were killed, said St. Louis County Police Officer Tracy Panus. Officers went to the house after people reported hearing gunshots. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{Featured_button_text}} Four hours later, police issued an Amber Alert for a 1-year-old girl, Zoe McCulley.The alert said Zoe was kidnapped …

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Most Americans support the Biden virus response.

WASHINGTON (AP) – Joe Biden is enjoying an early presidential honeymoon, with 60% of Americans accepting his work so far and is very supportive of dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. upAccording to a new opinion poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. At a time of deep political polarization in America contributed to Biden’s epidemic response. Overall, …

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Eric Swalwell is suing Trump and shutting down allies over the Capitol riots in the second major uprising case.

But it also claimed that Trump, Trump Jr., Giuliani and Brooks destroyed Washington, D.C. laws, including combating terrorism by inciting insurgents, and that they helped and supported militants. The riots were intense and emotional distress for the members of Congress. “In short, the defendant convinced the group that something had happened that, if true, could have caused the violence, and …

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Trump sues Democrats over mob attacking City Hall

former President TrumpState Department nominee Donald Trump has been arrested for dealing with the Capitol intelligence community investigating links between congressional riot lawmakers, Michelle. Obama blamed the actions of the group for ‘Reduce access to ballot boxes’ MOREHis eldest son and a number of associates were indicted on Friday by agents. Eric SwalwellEric Michael Swalwell, China has infiltrated America’s institutions.Democrats …

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Pope Francis descended in Baghdad in hopes of promoting the ancient Christian church and war-torn country.

The trip, the Pope’s first visit to Iraq, also included a meeting with the country’s senior political and religious officials. It was the pontiff’s first departure from Italy since the outbreak. “I am happy to start the trip again, and this is a symbolic journey, it is a duty,” the Pope told reporters traveling with him on the Pope’s plane. …

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Democratic Representative Zoe Lofgren quietly published reports on social media about GOP colleagues voting for overturning the election.

The report chronicles the social media activity of members of the public forum before the November elections and after the Jan. 6 riots, the report has been online for a week. CNN reported on Thursday that federal investigators were examining records of communications between Congress members and Trump supporters group that attacked the state agency as investigations were conducted closely …

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The CDC guidelines are likely to say (and not) to do if you are vaccinated.

Fully vaccinated – People who received a second dose of Moderna or Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for 2 weeks or after a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have many questions for infectious disease professors at the university. Vanderbilt They ask if you can hug your grandchild now. Can they play cards with their vaccinated friends? Can they hold …

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The Supreme Court ordered the termination of the case. ‘Sanctuary’ at the request of Biden DOJ

On Thursday, the Supreme Court dismissed a number of lawsuits testing the Trump administration’s plan to suspend law enforcement grants from cities that refuse to cooperate with the Department of Homeland Security’s efforts to block law enforcement efforts. Deporting non-citizens arrested by local police. The court, which has yet to decide whether to hear the case or not, took action …

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