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Georgia to lift all remaining COVID-19 restrictions

Georgia Gov. Brian KempBrian KempAtlanta Mayor issues order to expand voting access Psaki rejects Fox reporter claim of ‘very similar’ Colorado and Georgia-laws MLB All-Star Game officially moved to Denver MORE (R) announced Wednesday that all remaining COVID-19 restrictions in the state will be lifted from Thursday. “We know that hard-working Georgians cannot endure another year like the last. That …

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Frederick, Maryland shooter: 2 sailors are hospitalized after a shooting near Maryland’s Fort Detrick. Here’s what we know

US Navy Hospitalman Casey Nutt, 26, was released from a trauma center Tuesday night, and Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Carlos Portugal, 36, remains at the trauma center in critical condition, according to a press release Wednesday from local and federal authorities. Both victims were taken from the scene by helicopter, police said. The Navy identified the shooter as Fantahun Girma …

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Poll: Number of Americans identifying as Democrats, highest since 2012

More American adults identify as Democrats than Republicans, according to a Gallup poll published Wednesday. Why it matters: “The Democratic advantage of nine percentage points is the largest Gallup has measured since the fourth quarter of 2012, “when former President Obama was re-elected, according to a Gallup statement. Photo: Gallup By the numbers: 49% of the 3,960 people aged 18 …

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Stephen Roach questions Biden’s decision to preserve Trump’s China policy

Leading economist Stephen Roach said he found it “really curious” that US President Joe Biden has left much of his predecessor’s policy towards China in place. Roach, a senior fellow at Yale University, said Biden kept the “seriously flawed” US-China Phase 1 trade deal and tariffs on China – but reversed many other policies adopted by former President Donald Trump. …

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Geoff Duncan, Georgia’s GOP lieutenant governor, says Giuliani’s false allegations of fraud helped lead to a restrictive law on voting

“This is really the downfall of the 10 weeks of misinformation that flew in from former President Donald Trump,” Georgia’s lieutenant governor Geoff Duncan said on CNN’s New Day. “I went back over the weekend to really look at where this was really starting to pick up speed in the legislature, and that was when Rudy Giuliani showed up in …

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Bahrain celebrates Holocaust Remembrance Day for the first time

For the first time in history, the Jewish community in Bahrain marked Holocaust Remembrance Day in a virtual ceremony preceded by the “House of the Ten Commandments.” Just a few months after the signing of the Abrahamic Agreements, of which Bahrain was one of the signatories, a memorable ceremony was held in a synagogue of the Jewish community, recently renovated …

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5 takeaways from former house chairman John Boehner’s new book

In the book “On the House: A Washington Memoir,” Boehner criticizes a conservative media that profits from rebellion, the emergence of tea party Republicans who are not interested in an effective government, and the will of politicians and media figures for traffic in conspiracy theories. The Ohio Republican also details how he saw the presidents and congressional leaders he worked …

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