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Covid-19 hospitalizations are dropping in the Northeast. In other parts of the country, they’re rising

By Christina Maxouris, CNN During what has been another devastating surge of Covid-19 across the country, there is good news: Some states are starting to see infection numbers and hospitalizations drop. But that’s not the case everywhere. As cases seem to begin plateauing, Covid-19 hospitalizations in the Northeast are down by about 11% after reaching… Continue Reading
A Ukrainian soldier at a gunner position in a trench on the front line

US Embassy in Kyiv asks State Dept. to authorize departure of nonessential personnel

By Matthew Chance, Natasha Bertrand and Kylie Atwood, CNN The US Embassy in Kyiv has requested that the State Department authorize the departure of all nonessential staff and their families, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter. A State Department spokesperson said they have “nothing to announce at this time,” adding, “We conduct rigorous… Continue Reading
People gather at City Hall to protest vaccine mandates on August 9

Law enforcement and businesses prepare for vaccine mandate protest in nation’s capital

By Whitney Wild and Geneva Sands, CNN Law enforcement officials and businesses in the nation’s capital are preparing for an influx of anti-vaccine mandate activists and are also concerned that potentially large-scale demonstrations could attract extremist groups to the region this weekend. Ahead of the weekend, there has been extensive planning and information among the… Continue Reading
A lawyer for Sidney Powell

Right-wing lawyer Sidney Powell ‘is cooperating’ with federal criminal probe into fundraising

By Katelyn Polantz, CNN Reporter, Crime and Justice A lawyer for Sidney Powell, a well-known, Trump-connected attorney, acknowledged that her organization’s fundraising connected to the 2020 election is subject to an ongoing federal criminal investigation. Powell’s lawyer, Howard Kleinhendler, told CNN that his client “is cooperating” with the investigation into her organization, Defending the Republic,… Continue Reading
Former President Donald Trump tosses a MAGA hat to the crowd before speaking at a rally at the Canyon Moon Ranch festival grounds on January 15

Politico: Draft Trump executive order in December 2020 would’ve directed Pentagon to seize voting machines and hunt for fraud

By Marshall Cohen and Zachary Cohen, CNN A draft executive order that then-President Donald Trump considered signing in December 2020 would’ve directed the Pentagon to seize voting machines in key states and hunt for evidence of fraud, according to a draft published by Politico. Trump never signed the executive order. But it would’ve directed the… Continue Reading
A Covid-19 testing site run by Center for Covid Control in Worcester

Federal inspectors investigating ‘numerous complaints’ about labs and testing sites associated with Center for Covid Control

By Liz Stark, CNN The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is investigating “numerous complaints” about labs and testing sites associated with the Center for Covid Control, the agency confirmed to CNN Friday. “We take seriously any allegations of fraud or misbehavior by COVID-19 testing sites. CMS’s Center for Clinical Standards and Quality investigates these… Continue Reading
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) responded that he would again discuss his history of voting rights and defended his record of hiring of Black staff.

McConnell defends civil rights record after ‘inadvertent’ comment sparks backlash

By Ali Zaslav and Ted Barrett, CNN Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell defended himself against what he called a “deeply offensive” and “outrageous mischaracterization” of his record on voting rights and race relations, after he had “inadvertently” omitted a word in a comment earlier this week, which sparked a massive backlash on social media. “This… Continue Reading
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