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Trump criticized Biden for asking for changes to the floating Supreme Court, warning him that he would nominate a “radical left” judge if elected

President Trump said on Tuesday that his Democratic rival Joe Biden’s allies “want to expand” the Supreme Court, while blasting the former vice president for not releasing a list of potential judicial nominees and warning him that “a list must be available.” Radical leftist judge. The President said on Twitter Tuesday: “Biden’s handler wants to expand the court.” “This would …

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Philadelphia police shot black people to cause unrest

PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Police shot and killed a 27-year-old black man on the streets of Philadelphia and yelled for him to put down his knife, triggering a violent protest, saying that 30 policemen were injured and dozens of people were arrested. Police spokesperson Tanya Little said the shooting occurred before 4 pm on Monday when the police responded to a report from …

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California wildfire evacuates 100,000 people from homes in Orange County, neighbors help firefighters

As the area faced more dangerous fire weather on Tuesday, two out-of-control fires broke out in Southern California, which stimulated a large-scale evacuation and injured two firefighters. The Silverado fire in Irvine started early Monday morning on Monday and then grew to about 7,200 acres with a containment degree of 0%. “This is a raging fire,” Orange County Fire Department …

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The Supreme Court overturned a Wisconsin court order that said absentee ballots can be counted up to 6 days after the election day

On Monday night, the Supreme Court voted against the Wisconsin federal court judge’s restitution order. Absent votes can be counted As long as the stamp is stamped after the election day, it will be received within six days after the election. The final vote is 5-3. The ruling follows Senate votes to confirm Amy Connie Barrett As the latest judge …

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Lessons from the 2000 election

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Zuckerberg’s funding for election campaigns triggered lawsuits and received attention from conservatives

Even if conservative groups sued to terminate Mark Zuckerberg’s (Mark Zuckerberg) funding for the country’s government’s electoral process, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan invested more money, which the technology organization behind called it “Reject the legal challenge.” “ Facebook’s founders Zuckerberg and Jackie Chan first donated US$250 million to the Center for Technology and Civic Life in early September …

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45 missing children were rescued in the Ohio operation and 179 of them were arrested

Authorities say a recent one-month visit in Ohio found 45 missing children and resulted in the arrest of 179 people. Authorities said on Monday that the marshals of Ohio and Virginia, known as “Operation Fall Hope”, tracked children, including a “high-risk” 15-year-old girl from Cleveland who was associated with the suspected population. Trafficking related. When the authorities checked their health, …

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Former postal service staff accused of throwing absentee ballots in Kentucky trash bins

The U.S. Attorney’s Office said a former U.S. Postal Service staff member was accused of throwing away dozens of absentee ballots and other mail found in Kentucky trash bins. A press release from the office of US attorney Russell Coleman said Monday that DeShawn Bojgere, 30, of Louisville, was charged with delaying or destroying mail. The mail included approximately 111 …

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