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Biden denounces Trump’s viral ‘criminal’ response to mayor

MOOSIC, Pa. (AP) – On Thursday, Joe Biden sued President Donald Trump over and over again for his handling of COVID-19, calling Trump’s downplaying of the pandemic “criminal” and his administration “utterly irresponsible.” “You have to be on the same level as the American people – shoot from the shoulder. …

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Closure of Terminal Six bar on 6th Street after the NYE shooting

Two men injured in 6th Street shooting Austin-Travis County EMS says one man was shot in the arm, the other in the leg… both should be fine. AUSTIN, Texas – Two people were injured after being shot on 6th Street early on New Years Day. Austin-Travis County EMS says one …

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From “beautiful” to “shameful”: the world reacts to the American crowd

TOKYO (AP) – Amid global outrage over the storming of the United States Capitol by angry supporters of President Donald Trump, there was a lingering tension of joy on the part of those who have long felt the perceived American tendency to rebuke other countries for less than perfect adherence …

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Who is Avril Haines, the candidate for the post of Director of National Intelligence for Joe Biden?

item April Haines (Photo by Win McNamee / Getty Images) President-elect Joe Biden made history again Monday after appointing Avril Haines as director of national intelligence – the first woman to hold the key post. Avril Haines, candidate for the post of director of national intelligence in the United States …

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Police: Driver was drunk when he crashed and killed 4 people | Best Stories

DECATUR, Ill. (WAND) – A man was arrested in an accident Monday in Decatur that left four people dead. He was intoxicated at the time, police said. The accident happened around 3 a.m. in the area of ​​E. Grand Avenue and North Water Street, police said. Authorities said a semi-truck …

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From Professor Jackson’s Sailing Spitball Class to his Civil War Genius

BY MARY COOK, FRIENDS OF BOCA GRANDE – Sam Gwynne gave the crowd of friends of Boca Grande a recording of “Rebel Yell”. It was the prologue to his January 22 speech on “Rebel Yell, the Violence, Passion and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson”. Gwynne cautioned that the sound heard throughout …

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Profile: Boo Thayer Gemes | Boca Beacon

■ BY SUE ERWIN After 27 years of working in the fashion industry on 7th Avenue in New York City, Boo Thayer Gemes saw a void in the market for stylish and affordable separate pieces. So she created a collection of clothing that appeals to women of all ages. “I …

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Man with family identity in a serious moped accident; police are investigating whether an officer hit him

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – The Officer involved in a serious moped accident Sunday evening, was placed in administrative service, according to the public safety commissioner of Providence, Steven Paré, as the police seek to determine his exact role in the accident. Providence Police Col. Hugh Clements said the incident occurred …

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The mayor of New Bedford concerned about the lack of vaccination sites in the south-east of the country.

NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (WPRI) – When New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell looked at a map where the vaccination sites are located across Massachusetts, he was not happy with what he saw. “I was a little incredulous,” he recalls. “I couldn’t really believe that there weren’t any sites set up in …

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Pritzker: Fines for refusing to wear masks deserve to be considered | Best Stories

ILLINOIS (WAND) – Gov. JB Pritzker told reporters he has said fines are worth considering locally for people who refuse to wear masks in public during the pandemic. The remarks came moments after the governor announced a $ 5 Million Campaign Mask Awareness Campaign encourage people to wear masks in …

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