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The Wisconsin family found a bear swimming with a plastic bucket on their head and the family rescued a bear

Tricia Hurt, her husband Brian and their son Brady met while fishing on Marsh-Miller Lake on Sunday Arrived at a troubled black bear. Tricia Hurt told CNN: “We know that if we don’t do anything, we will definitely do it.” My husband said: “That’s really breathing I’m not angry.” The family walked behind the bear, and Brian pulled the bathtub, …

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Seattle: One teenager was killed and another injured in shooting in free area

In a series of shootings in Seattle calling itself a police-free zone, the latest shooting was a 16-year-old deceased and a 14-year-old whose life was in danger. Originally home to hundreds of peaceful protesters, four other people in the area have been shot during the past 10 days, including the murder of a 19-year-old man. The violence made some officials …

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The leader wanted the name of John Wayne, the statue walked away from the Orange County Airport

Due to the racist and paranoid comments of the movie legend, the Orange County, California Democratic Party is pushing to remove John Wayne’s name and statue from the county’s airport. The Orange County Democratic Party passed a resolution last week condemning Wayne’s “white supremacist, anti-LGBT and anti-indigenous views”, which he put forward in an interview in 1971. The resolution required …

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Trump’s phone warns US officials-CNN

Trump’s phone warns U.S. officials Trump retweeted and then deleted the video of supporters shouting “white power” Reuters “Every American is affected by it” Trump can’t “boast” COVID-19 | NBC News NBC News Trump wasted the opportunity to demonstrate leadership: Chatham House Bloomberg Politics “If (Trump) does not change direction… then he will lose (election)”: Christie ABC News View all …

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Miami, mainly Latino delivery workers, are worried about a surge in coronavirus

MIAMI-Noel Guillermo, a 47-year-old delivery man at Instacart, is dissatisfied with the surge in coronavirus cases seen in Florida. He said: “I’m very worried about exposure.” “All grocery stores are packed very tightly. There may be 70 people there. In Miami, there are thousands of people who don’t take it very seriously-many people just ignore the rules. No masks or …

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De Blasio confirms that it will cut $10B from the NYPD budget

High school students called for a giant banner to be placed on the steps of the Tweed Court at a rally near the City Hall, called for the establishment of a 100% police-free school and funding for the New York Police Department. | Associated Press Photos In New York on Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio has agreed to cut $1 …

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FAA launches Boeing 737 Max test flight, a milestone after the crash

A Boeing 737 MAX 8 passenger plane took off at Renton Municipal Airport near Renton, Washington, on March 22, 2019. Stephen Brashear | Getty Images The Federal Aviation Administration began certification flight of Boeing 737 Max aircraft on Monday, which is an important step towards allowing the aircraft to resume service after more than two fatal accidents a year. Boeing’s …

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The Supreme Court refused to accept the border wall case

The Trump administration has waived certain legal requirements to continue the construction of the border wall. The environmental group that opposes the barriers said that abandoning the regulations would damage wildlife in the area and challenge the authorities provided to the Department of Homeland Security. The lawsuit filed by the Center for Biodiversity is one of a series of legal …

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Oklahoma’s dark red voters say that as the number of virus cases increases, Medicaid expands

Supporters of Medicaid expansion in Oklahoma believe that the plan will provide much-needed federal support to rural hospitals that have long struggled in the state, and after the emergence of the coronavirus, the hospital was further hit by the reduction of selection procedures . Since 2016, six hospitals in the state have been closed and eight others have declared bankruptcy. …

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