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Pelosi says coronavirus aid deal ‘could happen’ this week, accuses Republicans of moving target poles

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that an agreement on a coronavirus-stimulated aid package still being negotiated “could happen” this week, but also accused Republicans of “moving the goalposts.” Time seems to run out for lawmakers to pass a bailout before election day, but Pelosi said she would continue working with President Trump’s administration, regardless of whether Democrats keep control …

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Whitmer thanks the FBI, blames the Trump administrator after abducting a conspiracy plot

Gov. Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer accused the Trump administration of rhetoric, which she claimed led to a kidnapping plan against her after the Trump campaign accused her of encouraging attempts at the president’s life. More than a dozen people were arrested earlier this month when state and federal authorities thwarted a militia group’s plan. CASE AGAINST WHITE KIDNAPPING MISSINGS CAN MOVE …

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AMBER Alert Suspected Imprisoned in Oklahoma; two boys’ deaths are being investigated in Leavenworth County FOX 4 WDAF TV in Kansas City

LEAVENWORTH, Kan. – The discovery of the bodies of two boys led to an AMBER alarm in Kansas on Saturday before two abducted girls were found and the suspect was arrested in western Oklahoma. The girls were found near Erick, Oklahoma, and 40-year-old suspect Donny Jackson was arrested Saturday night. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation identified the girls as 3-year-old …

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Teen shot at Nockamixon State Park

QUAKERTOWN, Pennsylvania (WPVI) – A teenager is hospitalized after a shooting in Nockamixon State Park on Saturday. The incident was reported around noon. 17.15 near the Old Ridge Road entrance to the park in Quakertown. Pennsylvania State Game Wardens and State Park Rangers patrolling the park responded and found an 18-year-old man from Bucks County who sustained an apparent gunshot …

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Mark Meadows: “We do not want to control the pandemic”

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows defended Vice President Pence’s decision to continue the journey and campaign despite his exposure to aides who have tested positive for COVID-19, saying Sunday that Pence is exempt from CDC guidelines, because he is “essential staff”. Why it matters: CDC guidelines urge people who have been quarantined for the virus for 14 days. …

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