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Real-time update: Biden commemorates his frequent rail trips to commemorate the anniversary of Amtrak, peddling infrastructure plans-“Washington Post”

Real-time update: Biden commemorates his frequent rail travels in commemorating the anniversary of Amtrak and promotes the infrastructure plan “Washington Post” Biden left the White House for Philadelphia, to Mark Amtrak’s 50th birthday. Biden and Harris flood the area with a view to the mid-term “Los Angeles Times” focusing on the domestic agenda It’s all on!Biden visits Philadelphia to help …

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The Supreme Court distinguished by a large letter

Judge Kavanaugh wrote in his 22-page response to the 16-page majority opinion: “Ordinary meaning and literal meaning are two different things.” “And the judge interpreting the statute should follow the ordinary meaning, not the literal meaning.” Chief Justice John G. Roberts (John G. Roberts) and Justice Samuel A. Alito (Samuel A. Alito Jr.) joined the different opinions of Justice Kavanaugh …

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Chauvin jurors say the guilty verdict may be faster

A juror voted unanimously to convict a former white Minneapolis police officer for the murder of George Floyd. He said the deliberations were mainly used to persuade a person who was uncertain about the jury’s instructions. Brandon Mitchell is the first juror in the Derek Chauvin trial Talk publicly about his experience. Another juror who was fired before the review, …

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Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill is charged with multiple federal charges – WSB-TV Channel 2

Clayton County-Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill (Victor Hill) was sued by a federal grand jury for violating civil rights. It concerns the allegations first reported by Channel 2 Action News. Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne (Mark Winne) It is reported that Hill was charged on April 19. On Monday, a judge approved the government’s motion to open the indictment. …

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Court hears appeal of Dallas officer who killed neighbor

New York Times Black Democrats are caught in a conflict in a rights vote, worried that it is too late Jackson, Michigan-The right to vote is a right that Frank Figgers fought for in Jackson’s segregated high school in the 1960s. This is why Medgar Evers was shot to death at his home in the city in 1963 after working …

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Arnold Schwarzenegger participated in the California recall

Arnold Schwarzenegger (Arnold Schwarzenegger) once again participated in politics. The 73-year-old actor and the former governor of California have talked about the upcoming recall of the current governor Gavin Newsom and the news of reality show Caitlyn Jenner (Caitlyn Jenner) bidding for the seat. On Monday, it was announced that the voting for recall had reached the threshold for signatures. …

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His position of keeping promises

Washington (Associated Press)-In the first 100 days of his term, President Biden’s focus on controlling the coronavirus in the early days of his administration seemed to have paid off: He could fulfill almost all his campaign promises for the pandemic. Biden has fulfilled a series of major campaign promises he made on climate change and the economy. But facts have …

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Vice President Kamala Harris (Kamala Harris) visits NHEC for broadband access chat; Concord’s speech is planned for later-Manchester WMUR

Vice President Kamala Harris (Kamala Harris) visits NHEC for broadband access chat; Concord’s speech is planned to be held in WMUR Manchester in the future President Biden and Vice President Harris speak at the first climate leaders summit by the White House Kamala Harris emphasized the “root cause” of the border surge, calling the problem “complex” Fox News The head …

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The skeleton of a black child killed by a police bomb in an Ivy League anthropology course Philadelphia

The bones of black children were killed in 1985 after being bombed during a confrontation between the Philadelphia police and the Black Liberation Organization, which was raising blacks. These bones were used as a “case study by the online forensic anthropology course taught by Ivy League University.” “. The results show that for the past 36 years, the anthropology collections …

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