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The shattered Memphis Bridge will be closed indefinitely.

NASHVILLE – refers to a routine inspection. But when an engineer climbed the interstate 40 bridge across the Mississippi River this week, what he saw led to a urgent call to 911: “We have to get people off the bridge right away!” He saw the crack He really shouldn’t be missed. The critical beam shattered until it was almost cut …

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Sinema to Senate Dems: What is the Voting Plan?

Sinema was a supporter of the bill and no one was despising the law during the meeting, those sources said. But her inquiries, which her office did not argue, highlight an uphill battle for Democrats with significant math problems despite their support from Manchin as the bill had no chance of a vote. The 10 GOPs needed to beat the …

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U.S. officials confirm 130 mysterious brain injury incidents, Havana syndrome | CIA

More than 130 incidents of idiopathic brain injury, known as Havana syndrome, have been reported among some US diplomats, spies and defense officials in recent weeks. The New York Times said three CIA officials had reported serious symptoms since December after a foreign assignment forced outpatient admission at the Walter Reed Military Hospital in Washington. One episode was within two …

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Chip Roy said he would challenge Stefanik to chair the GOP meeting.

“I’m running,” Roy told CNN on his way to a closed forum on Capitol Hill, scheduled for Republican congressmen to hear from Stefanik on Thursday evening. Republican sources said the election would begin at 8:30 AM ET Friday to allow Republicans to pick a new number 3, which Stefanik expects to have a widespread victory. Roy, whose bid is considered …

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Updated instructions, the CDC say, that people who are fully vaccinated can wear a mask in most settings.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say people who are fully vaccinated COVID-19 Mask and social aloof can be abandoned in many indoor situations. “Today, the CDC is updating our recommendations for people who are fully vaccinated,” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Valensky said Thursday at a White House briefing on COVID-19. “Anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in …

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The first known active duty member was charged with rioting on January 6.

Warnagiris was accused of “entering violently.[ing]The government agency on January 6 after he forced him to walk through the guards guarding the city hall. He pushed towards the East Rotunda gate, according to bill documents, after which he appeared to be helping other rioters get through the protected gates. Officials tried to close the door, but Warnagiris tried to push …

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Marine officer Christopher Warnagiris charged in Capitol Riot: NPR.

Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as people attempt to invade the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Brent Stirton / Getty Images Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Brent Stirton / Getty Images Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as people attempt to invade the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Brent Stirton / Getty Images An active duty …

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Elise Stefanik will be selling to House Republicans as the third leader.

Washington – New York Congressman Elise Stefanik will be offered for sale to House Republicans on the candidate forum Thursday evening in a bid to replace Congressman Liz Cheney as chair of the GOP meeting, the day after Cheney was ousted. Out of the position stunned by the continued criticism of former President Donald Trump, Stefanik will not be the …

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The alleged Times Square shooter speaks from the Bradford County jail.

Strong Fla. – A man accused of shooting two women and a four-year-old girl in Times Square over the weekend has seven days to consult with a public defender before he is extradited to New York for confrontation. On charges of trying to kill him, Bradford County Judge. It said on Thursday after Farrakhan Muhammad’s first appearance in court. Muhammad, …

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Gov. Beshear announced that Kentucky would immediately follow the new CDC guidelines on masks.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) – Following the CDC’s updated advice on masks, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said the state of Kentucky would immediately follow that advice. The CDC has eliminated the use of indoor masks for people who are fully vaccinated, allowing them to stop wearing masks under any circumstances. The exceptions are crowded indoor locations, such as buses, airplanes, hospitals, …

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