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Low-income households can get a $ 50 discount on their monthly internet bill.

Millions of low-income Americans are eligible for emergency discounts on broadband internet and online devices, an effort aimed at providing relief to families struggling during the epidemic. This is because schools, work and health care have moved online. The Federal Communications Commission subsidy program, the Emergency Broadband Benefit, can be used as a $ 50 monthly discount for individuals using …

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The Houston Tigers are still not being considered as new details emerge.

Has anyone tried walking and shouting loud tiger names? The tigers filmed in the streets of Houston, Texas, apparently, were still unscathed. There is more information on the animal, and some involved claim the situation is more complicated than it appears. Victor Hugo Cuevas, Accused Cat Keeper His lawyer, Michael W. Elliott, spoke to Fox News about the current situation. …

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Immigrants were found in April, more than 900% higher than last year.

The Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced late Tuesday that more than 178,000 immigrants were found in April, a slight increase from March’s highest figure. But an increase of more than 900% in April of last year. The numbers have skyrocketed in recent months. CBP found 178,622 immigrants in April trying to enter the United States, up 3 percent from …

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Trump officials defended their actions in the Jan. 6 congressional riots.

WASHINGTON (AP) – Two top Trump administration officials defended their actions during the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. In a testimony before Congress on Wednesday, former defense secretary Christopher Miller was behind every decision that day. Miller told the House Oversight Committee he was concerned before the riots that sending soldiers to the building could scare off a …

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Trump won after Cheney ousted as Republican leader.

Former President Donald Trump snatched the victory Wednesday morning after Republicans in the House of Commons ousted Liz Cheney R-Wyo from her leadership position. “Liz Cheney is a horrible and terrifying human being,” Trump wrote. “I watched her yesterday and realized how bad she was for Republicans. She had no personality or anything good about it. Politics or our country …

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The body was found in a submerged car in search of a missing Texas mother.

An SUV with a corpse was found in a lake in Texas during a search of her missing mother, police said. Erica Hernandez, a 40-year-old mother of three, went missing on April 17 after leaving a friend’s home in southwest Houston. The police department’s dive team salvaged a car matching her black GMC Acadia brand and license plate in a …

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FCC Emergency Program to Get People $ 50 Discount on Internet

Americans could start spending $ 50 off their monthly internet bill on Wednesday as part of a government emergency program to keep people connected during the outbreak. The $ 3.2 billion project was part of the $ 900 billion epidemic mitigation package in December. Governments are increasing their broadband spending as the pandemic left millions of Americans inaccessible and incapable …

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They haven’t got the COVID vaccine yet, but they don’t ‘hesitate’ either.

As public health authorities shut down many vaccination clinics because of the scarcity of products, they sought new ways to reach people. In Austin, a group of vaccineers who distributed lower-than-expected volumes at the school festival set up shop in a nearby El Rancho grocery parking lot. After the store manager found out what had happened, nearly three dozen workers …

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