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Colorado’s East Troublesome Fire grows in the midst of strong winds

The two flames have the potential to merge, depending on conditions Friday and Saturday. So far, the East Troublesome Fire has forced the evacuation of Granby, Grand Lake and east of the Rocky Mountain National Park community of Estes Park. An unknown number of properties have been damaged or destroyed and at least five people are missing. Noel Livingston, who …

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Voters could remove racist sentences from the Alabama Constitution

“What we are trying to do with this small measure is to bring the Alabama Constitution into the 21st century and be more reflective of who we are as a state now,” the rep said. Merika Coleman, one of the sponsors of bipartisan legislation. An amendment would pave the way for excluding languages ​​from the Constitution banning mixed marriages, allowing …

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Young Latino voters in Pennsylvania, Florida could tip the race over Trump, Biden

Maegan Llerena, 27, is still thinking about the 2016 election and how President Donald Trump won his home state of Pennsylvania by a stabbing margin. While more than 6 million Pennsylvania voters voted in the presidential election, about 44,000 votes were enough to carry Trump’s victory. Llerena, state director of Make the Road Action in Pennsylvania, part of the country’s …

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Mitch McConnell says he has no health concerns after photos show bruises US news

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters on Capitol Hill that he had no health concerns after questions were raised about photos showing severe bruises on his hands and some bruises around his mouth. Asked on Thursday if “is there anything we need to know about?”, The Republican Kentucky said, “Of course not.” McConnell answered a follow-up question by saying …

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COVID-19: Florida adds 3,689 coronavirus cases, 73 deaths

The Florida Department of Health on Friday confirmed 3,689 additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s known total to 771,780. 73 resident deaths were also reported, bringing the death toll to 16,340. The state added reported a new death outside the settlement that brought the non-resident toll to 204. The total number of cases follows Thursday’s 5,557 – the highest …

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Top pro-Trump super PAC targets Biden for $ 10 million Last push

EXCLUSIVE: The leading external group supporting President Trump’s re-election offer launches one last ad blitz from Saturday, targeting Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in TV ads to run in some of the crucial battlefield states that will determine the winner of it White House race. American First Action super PAC tells Fox News that they will spend $ 10 million …

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