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Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 are still waiting for advice

More than 28 million Americans who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus will have to continue to wait for guidance from federal health officials to decide what they should and should not do. The Biden administration said on Friday that its focus is to correctly formulate guidelines and adapt to emerging science, but this delay adds to the uncertainty of …

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Kyrsten Sinema tweeted that the “no brain” phenomenon surfaced after the minimum wage increase, no voting

On Friday, Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema voted against raising the minimum wage to $15. However, a recent tweet that began in 2014 stated that raising wages was “no effort”. Sinema is one of seven Democrats who voted against an amendment proposed by Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) that would increase the minimum wage by $15 to the coronavirus relief package. …

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A TV interview with a shaman in the Capitol riots disturbed the judge

Lambert said that the federal marshal service policy for pretrial prisoners requires a large number of interviews, including the U.S. Attorney’s Office, judges, and personnel in charge of detention facilities. The judge said that the marshal asked him if he approved the interview at the Alexander Detention Center, and he said no. Watkins in St. Louis refused to make any …

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Trump State Department official charged for assaulting police in congressional riot

Federico Klein, who lives in Washington, DC and is hosted by Freddie, was the first Trump administration political appointee to be arrested for participating in the siege. Federal authorities pointed out that Klein, who was also Trump’s former campaign aide, held top-secret security checks during the riots and resigned from the State Department after the government ended. Investigators found several …

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Derek Joven’s trial: The Court of Appeal ordered the court to reconsider the motion for the third-degree murder charge against Derek Joven at the death of George Floyd

The jury on Chauvin’s second-degree intentional homicide and second-degree intentional homicide began Monday. He was charged with third-degree murder, but the charge was dismissed by a judge in October. The former officer did not plead guilty. It is not clear what impact, if any, the ruling will have on the start date of the trial. Shavin’s lawyer, Eric Nelson, declined …

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“Viewpoint” host: Republicans are Neanderthals because they don’t “listen to the government”

“Views” co-host Sunny Hostin agreed Friday with President Biden’s remarks that the Republican governor reopened the state and overturned the mask authorization to participate in “Neanderthal minds” because they chose not to “listen to the government.” Hostin made a reliable voice on the show, saying that Biden has “full right” to feel this way towards Republican leaders in Texas and …

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