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LIVE: Ginsburg is first woman to lie in state at US Capitol

LIVE: Ginsburg is first woman to lie in state at US Capitol

11 minutes ago   |   WGN TV   |   3 articles

WASHINGTON - Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman in American history to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol on Friday morning. Ginsburg, who died...
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Amy Coney Barrett Clear Favorite Over Barbara Lagoa To Be Trump's Supreme Court Pick: Bookmakers

51 minutes ago   |   Newsweek

The serving U.S. Court of Appeals judge is considered the frontrunner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week.
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U.S. Drought Monitor: Parts of Connecticut experiencing extreme drought

1 hour ago   |   Hartford Courant

Long swaths of northern and eastern Connecticut are now experiencing an “extreme drought,” the second-driest level, the U.S. Drought Monitor says.
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Russia Vows to Retaliate If U.S. Senators Impose Sanctions over Navalny Poisoning

1 hour ago   |   Newsweek

U.S. senators have introduced a bi-partisan bill titled the "Holding Russia Accountable for Malign Activities Act of 2020."
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Federal judge says 2020 census must continue for another month

2 hours ago   |   ABC   |   2 articles

A federal judge has stopped the 2020 census from finishing at the end of September and ordered the once-a-decade head count of every U.S. resident to continue for another month...
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Driver in US 70 pedestrian crash thought he hit a deer

Driver in US 70 pedestrian crash thought he hit a deer

2 hours ago   |   WRAL

A driver who hit a man early Friday morning on U.S. Highway 70 Business said he thought he'd hit a deer.
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Russia Is Key to Preventing U.S.-China Cold War: Gorbachev

3 hours ago   |   Newsweek

The former Soviet leader warned that the coronavirus pandemic has set Washington, D.C. and Beijing on the path to conflict.
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For Sudan, a Deal with Israel Could Pave the Way to Economic Recovery

For Sudan, a Deal with Israel Could Pave the Way to Economic Recovery

4 hours ago   |   Foreign Policy

Normalizing ties with Israel could mean removal from the U.S. state sponsors of terrorism list-allowing the country to rebuild its shattered economy.
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Immigrants in US custody died after 'inadequate' medical care, congressional investigation reports

Immigrants in US custody died after 'inadequate' medical care, congressional investigation reports

4 hours ago   |   WYFF

Immigrants in U.S. custody faced widespread failures in medical care, including some issues that resulted in death, according to a new congressional investigation released...
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is the First Woman to Lie in State at the U.S. Capitol

6 hours ago   |   Time   |   2 articles

WASHINGTON - Capping days of commemorations of her extraordinary life, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman in American history to lie in state in...
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Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month

Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month

Attorneys for the civil rights groups and local governments said the shortened schedule would undercount residents in minority and hard-to-count communities. Read more ...

At least 3 injured in Paris knife attack near former offices of Charlie...

At least 3 injured in Paris knife attack near former offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine - reports

At least three people have been injured in a knife attack near the former offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, local media reports, citing police... Read more ...

Dianne Feinstein's husband named in university admissions scandal

Dianne Feinstein's husband named in university admissions scandal

U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein's husband, University of California Regent Richard Blum, has been named by the state auditor's office as one of the people involved in an admissions... Read more ...

AP Sources: Pac-12 football to kick off in fall

AP Sources: Pac-12 football to kick off in fall

The Pac-12 has decided to play football this fall, reversing an earlier decision to postpone the season due to COVID-19. Read more ...

Britain's biggest supermarkets block bulk-buying key products as new...

Britain's biggest supermarkets block bulk-buying key products as new coronavirus restrictions spark fears of shortages

The UK's biggest supermarket chains Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons have set limits on bulk-buying of staples such as flour, pasta and toilet roll amid new government measures to... Read more ...

President Trump: Millions of Medicare beneficiaries to receive $200 card to...

President Trump: Millions of Medicare beneficiaries to receive $200 card to pay for prescriptions

According to President Donald Trump, 33 million Medicare beneficiaries will soon receive the card in the mail containing $200. Read more ...

Florida governor proposes college 'bill of rights' to party

Florida governor proposes college 'bill of rights' to party

Gov. Ron DeSantis thinks students who attend Florida's 12 state universities should be able to socialize without worrying about getting thrown out of school. Read more ...

European Union appeals in $15 billion tax battle with Apple

European Union appeals in $15 billion tax battle with Apple

The European Union is taking its fight to get $15 billion in back taxes from Apple to the continent's highest court, officials said Friday. The European Commission said it will... Read more ...

Extradition hearing Friday for teen charged with killing 2 protesters in Kenosha

Extradition hearing Friday for teen charged with killing 2 protesters in Kenosha

LAKE COUNTY, Ill. - A 17-year-old accused of killing two protesters days after Jacob Blake was shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, faces a hearing Friday on whether he should... Read more ...

Prostitution charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft dropped

Prostitution charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft dropped

Florida prosecutors on Thursday dropped solicitation charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft after a court voted to dismiss video evidence. Read more ...