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“I just cry all the time because of my situation,” she said. On Thursday, Idaho state officials expanded “crisis standards of care” across the state, a standard that had been limited to the northern part of the state earlier in the month. With precious few available intensive-care beds, Idaho hospitals had largely stopped providing hernia surgeries or hip replacements before the new order. Now they are postponing cancer and heart surgeries, too, said Brian Whitlock, the chief executive of the Idaho Hospital Association. In Alaska, the state’s largest hospital, Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, has also begun rationing care as patients wait for hours to get to the emergency room and doctors scramble to find beds.
Persons: , ” Ms, Strong, Dave Jeppesen, Brian Whitlock, Matthias Merkel, emptively Organizations: Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Idaho Hospital Association, Providence Alaska Medical Center, Oregon Health & Science University Locations: Georgia, United States, Idaho, Alaska, Providence Alaska, Anchorage, Portland
In Tennessee, the patients first in line for the monoclonal antibody Covid-19 treatment are likely to be the ones who landed in the emergency room because they did not get vaccinated. Extraordinary demand coupled with the federal government’s need to cap shipments of these scarce drugs has forced Tennessee health officials to recommend limiting the treatment to unvaccinated patients with the worst cases of Covid-19. Tennessee, which is following the guidance of the National Institutes of Health, appears to be the first state to recommend limiting monoclonal antibody treatment to Covid-19 patients who are unvaccinated or vaccinated but immunocompromised. And all but Florida have below average Covid-19 vaccination rates. DeSantis, in particular, has touted expensive monoclonal antibody treatments (about $2,100 a dose) but has refused to mandate the far-cheaper vaccines (between $10 and $20 a dose) or proven safety measures like wearing masks.
Persons: , Sadiya Khan, Lisa Piercey, ” Piercey, , Piercey, Dr, Karen Bloch, Daniel Skovronsky, Eli Lilly, Biden, Jen Psaki, Ron DeSantis, Tate Reeves, Greg Abbott Organizations: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Tennessean, National Institutes of Health, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Republicans, Mayo Clinic, Company Locations: Tennessee, : Alabama, Florida , Texas , Mississippi , Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida, COVID, Florida , Mississippi, Texas
There appears to be no sailing around the breathtaking backup of container ships off the jammed ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The neighboring California ports are the principal seaborne gateway to the U.S. thanks to the growth of containerization over the past 60 years and an explosion in goods trade, particularly U.S. trade with China. Smaller ports like Oakland and Seattle can handle just a fraction of the containers processed at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. In recent weeks, the Port of Savannah has had 20 or more ships at anchor waiting for a berth. Companies that mitigated risk by shipping through alternative ports have found themselves snarled by the Southern California congestion in other ways, too.
Persons: , Nathan Strang, Justin Sullivan, Craig Grossgart, Sri Laxmana, Bjorn Vang Jensen, Griff Lynch, Jordan Haws, Paul Berger Organizations: Sunday, Marine Exchange, Flexport Inc, Shipping, Seko Logistics, Robinson Worldwide Inc, “ Shipping, Intelligence ApS, Georgia Ports Authority, Companies, Malouf, Port Houston, Paul.Berger Locations: Los Angeles, Long Beach, Southern California, Pedro Bay, San Francisco, U.S, California, China, New York, New Jersey, The California, Port of Oakland, Oakland, Seattle, Long, Chicago, West Coast, Angeles, L.A, Itasca, Ill, North America, Gulf, East Coast, Asia, Coast, Denmark, Port, Savannah, Georgia, Logan , Utah, Pacific
Lindsey Graham was reportedly unimpressed with Rudy Giuliani's voter-fraud arguments. He described them as "third grade", according to a new book, 'Peril', by Woodward and Costa. At the meeting, Giuliani discussed the election fraud evidence which he claimed could secure Trump a second term. "Give me some names," Graham reportedly said. I've tried to be helpful," said Graham on the Senate floor, distancing himself from the campaign to overturn the election.
Persons: Lindsey Graham, Rudy Giuliani's, Graham, Joe Biden's, Sen, Lindsey Graham of, Bob Woodward, Woodward, Robert Costa, Trump, Donald Trump, Giuliani, Mark Meadows, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Lee Holmes, Holmes, Privately, who'd, Brad Raffensperger, I've Organizations: Woodward, Trump, Service, The Washington Post, Wing, Committee, Republican, Georgia, Capitol Locations: Costa, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that Russia was responsible for the 2006 killing of Alexander V. Litvinenko, who was poisoned with a deadly toxin at a London hotel. The ruling concluded that the assassins were acting as “agents of the Russian state,” bolstering a separate inquiry by Britain that found “strong circumstantial evidence” that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and his spy chief at the time, Nikolai Patrushev, had approved an operation to kill Mr. Litvinenko, using a rare isotope, polonium 210. Mr. Litvinenko was a former colonel in the F.S.B., the domestic successor to the Soviet-era K.G.B., who fled Russia via Georgia and Turkey in 2000 to seek asylum in Britain, where he became a whistle-blower and a vitriolic critic of Mr. Putin. He died in November 2006, weeks after drinking green tea laced with polonium 210 at London’s Millennium Hotel.
Persons: Alexander V . Litvinenko, Vladimir V, Putin, Russia, Nikolai Patrushev, Mr, Litvinenko Organizations: European, of Human Locations: Russia, London, Russian, Britain, Georgia, Turkey
Hydrow broadcasts some of its live content for at-home users from instructors rowing out on the water. Hydrow, the maker of a connected rowing machine, said Tuesday it has secured nearly $200 million in financing after its latest funding round with celebrity backers including Lizzo and Justin Timberlake. Hydrow's machines sell for $2,295, and the company offers on-demand fitness classes including pilates and yoga and rowing instruction through a monthy subscription fee. Meantime, Peloton is rumored to be working on its own rowing device, which could bring Hydrow even more competition. Among the top players in digital fitness, Peloton has held its spot as the most-visited platform in August, followed by BeachBody, Jefferies added.
Persons: Justin Timberlake, Bruce Smith, Hydrow, Smith, we're, Jefferies, BeachBody, Randal Konik Organizations: Bloomberg, Sandbridge X2 Corp, Wall Locations: Georgia , Florida, Texas, New Jersey, New York
Problems with the Bolt – the company's flagship mainstream EV – have led the automaker to recall every one of the electric cars since production began in 2016. That cost – averaging roughly $13,000 per vehicle – highlights a gamble for automakers planning to use common platforms or battery cells to power massive amounts of vehicles. GM on Monday announced fixes to the manufacturing process of the battery cells as well as updated monitoring software for the vehicles. While GM continues to ensure the manufacturing of the cells are fixed, it may be able to identify such problems sooner with Ultium-powered vehicles. Specifically, the new battery cells will be able to communicate wirelessly, providing GM with additional data 24/7 to evaluate any problems.
Persons: Motors, Bolt, They're, Mike Harpster, there's, Paul Jacobson, Tim Grewe, Harpster, That's, we've, Mary Barra, Barra, Sam Abuelsamid, Timothy Briglin, Bolt EVs, Steve Fecht Organizations: Bolt, Fire Department DETROIT, GM, EV –, GMC, EV, Cadillac, LG, CNBC, LG Chem, General Motors, Vermont State Police, Democrat, Vermont State Police Wireless, Tech Center Locations: Cherokee County , Georgia, Cherokee, South Korea, Michigan, U.S, Ohio, Warren , Michigan
Each of the 435 US House offices essentially operates as its own fiefdom for setting vaccination rules. Some Democratic staffers told Insider they have been wary of sharing spaces in the cafeterias, bathrooms, and staircases. Josh Hawley of Missouri, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, and John Barrasso of Wyoming told Insider they would not be forcing their employees to get the shot. "They know working for me that I'm not going to mandate it," Johnson, who previously had COVID-19 and has said he's unvaccinated, told Insider. "Most of us think the mandates are garbage," Jackson told Insider of Republicans' position on Biden's COVID vaccination mandates.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Jim Jordan of, Jordan, , Marjorie Taylor Greene, Aaron Fritschner, Don Beyer of Virginia, telework, Sen, Josh Hawley, Drew Angerer, Republican Sen, Richard Burr of, Ron Johnson of, John Barrasso of, I'm, Johnson, he's unvaccinated, Barrasso, Paul Gosar of, Gosar, Ronny Jackson, Donald Trump's, Jackson, Lauren Boebert, she'd, James Comer, aren't, Nancy Pelosi, Brian Monahan, Anna Moneymaker, Don Beyer, Fritschner, Ben Cardin, Cardin, Sean Casten, I've, knuckleheads, Casten, they've, It's, Keith Pray, Tom Casey Organizations: Capitol, Republican, Republicans, Insider, Democratic, Rep, Democratic Rep, Employment, Sens, House, Biden, Twitter, Kentucky Republican, of Labor, Education, Human Services, Getty, Virginia Democrat, Visitors, Lawmakers Locations: COVID, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Georgia, , Missouri, Richard Burr of North Carolina, Josh Hawley of Missouri, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, John Barrasso of Wyoming, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Texas, Colorado, Kentucky, Washington, Virginia, Maryland, Illinois
CNN this week published a two-page memo he wrote for Trump's legal team. A longer version, obtained by Insider, claims Mike Pence could have handed the election to Trump. "We knew this theory was out there, but it's alarming to see that it was written up and presented to Trump's legal team and presumably taken seriously by them," he said. Even if there were dual slates of electors — there were not — "it's a fringe view to say that the vice president gets to decide which is valid." He has never argued the vice president alone can determine the legitimacy of a state's electors.
Persons: John Eastman, Mike Pence, Donald Trump's, Bob Woodward, Robert Costa, Eastman, Pence, Trump, Joe Biden, Kermit Roosevelt, Roosevelt, Laurence Tribe, Obama Organizations: The Claremont Institute, CNN, Trump, Service, Electoral College, Senate, Republican, , University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law, Harvard, Twitter Locations: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona
The article was cited by Trump attorney John Eastman in a two-page memo. Per Eastman, Pence could decide to reject those certificates in favor of competing, unofficial slates put forward by pro-Trump contingents in each state. Or Pence could decide not to accept any battleground slate, giving Trump a majority of the electors counted. "This reading of the 12th Amendment has also been advanced by Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe," Eastman claimed, citing a September 2020 article co-written by the former Obama administration official. The former vice president ultimately rejected Eastman's advice — "No wonder it couldn't fool even Mike Pence," Tribe wrote.
Persons: Laurence Tribe, John Eastman, Donald Trump's, Trump, Mike Pence, Pence, Per Eastman, Eastman, Obama, . Tribe, Tribe, Eastman — Organizations: Electoral College, Trump, Service, CNN, Representatives, Eastman, Senate —, Harvard, Electoral, Pennsylvania Republicans, Democratic, Twitter, Congress, Capitol, The Claremont Institute Locations: Arizona , Georgia, Pennsylvania
Opinion | Defending Nature Is a Form of Justice
  + stars: | 2021-09-20 | by ( Margaret Renkl | )   time to read: +2 min
It can be overwhelming to consider the magnitude of the obstacles involved in protecting the world’s forests, especially when those forests are being felled because human beings have need of timber, or grazing land, or homesites, or cornfields. We still have a long, long way to go — there are no regulations here that protect trees on private property, for example — but there are signs now that many in this community understand the risks we face as the climate calamity unfolds. Residents are finally summoning the will to preserve what they can, and if construction-besotted Nashville can do that, any city can do it. With any luck it will also remind us that such places were not saved from development by accident. Now is the time to protect what’s left of the forests here at home, including the pocket parks and urban trees that cool our concrete jungles.
Persons: Brian Stone Jr, Catrin Einhorn, what’s Organizations: Georgia Institute of Technology, Times Locations: Nashville, United States
Experiencing envy at work is normal, and it can be turned into a positive force for motivation. Professional envy can either create an unhealthy work environment or inspire employees to set new goals. "People have emotions, and they bring them to work," Duffy said. Whether good and bad envy are two separate emotions or just two different manifestations of a single universal emotion is a hot topic among envy researchers. "The way I see it, envy is envy," said psychologist Yochi Cohen-Charash at Baruch College at the City University of New York.
Persons: Alaina G, Levine, Michelle Duffy, Duffy, aren't, Aristotle, neuroscientists, Niels van de Ven, Van de Ven, Yochi Cohen, It's, KiYoung Lee, enviers, Lee, Sonja Utz, X, Nicole Muscanell, , Utz, Amy Breidenthal, it's, Breidenthal, Cohen, Charash, Alaina Levine, she's Organizations: Business, Service, University of Arizona, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Baruch College, City University of New, Grad, Yonsei University, Leibniz, Wissensmedien, University of Tübingen, Facebook, Penn State, Agnes Scott College, Workers, Engineers Locations: Netherlands, Spain, City University of New York, South Korea, Germany, Decatur , Georgia, Ningde, China's Fujian
Jenero Burke, a clean ambassador for Delta Air Lines in Atlanta, Georgia, started out in customer service. His job is to check and update health and wellness standards in and around the airport. Here's what his day looks like, as told to freelancer Perri Ormont Blumberg. We oversee a strict quality-assurance program, developed with input from Delta's partners at Mayo Clinic, Emory University, and Reckitt, the makers of Lysol. I know about every shortcut in the airport, including outdoor paths to reach planes and concourses, which allows me to get places more quickly than maneuvering within the airport.
Persons: Jenero Burke, Perri Ormont Blumberg, , It's, I'm Organizations: Delta Air Lines, Service, Delta, Mayo Clinic, Emory University, Hartsfield, Jackson Atlanta International Airport Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, Concourse, armrests
A 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV caught fire at a home in Cherokee County, Georgia on Sept. 13, 2021, according to the local fire department. DETROIT – General Motors expects to begin replacing battery modules in recalled Chevrolet Bolt EVs due to fire risks as soon as next month, the company announced Monday. Cell production went down last month following two rare manufacturing issues forcing GM to recall more than 140,000 of the EVs due to risk of the batteries spontaneously catching fire. GM has confirmed 13 battery fires globally. The automaker has identified the problems as a torn anode and a folded separator, both of which need to be present in the same battery cell.
Persons: Chevrolet Bolt Organizations: Bolt, DETROIT –, LG Chem, GM, Cell Locations: Cherokee County , Georgia, DETROIT, Michigan
Several progressive groups are launching a $2 million campaign to pressure Republican lawmakers up for reelection in key states to back President Joe Biden's agenda. The groups intend to highlight how popular several of Biden's key initiatives are among the public, according to Tax March Executive Director Maura Quint. The new campaign will be taking aim at Republicans in the key states of Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. It takes aim at Johnson for not backing key elements of Biden's agenda. It also calls on his constituents to contact the Wisconsin Republican's office to "Tell Ron Johnson: Time to say yes to building Wisconsin back better."
Persons: Joe Biden's, Maura Quint, Biden's, aren't, Jesse Ferguson, Ferguson, Mariannette Jane Miller, Meeks, Brian Fitzpatrick, Steve Chabot, Sen, Ron Johnson, Johnson, Biden, Tell Ron Johnson, Jeff Garis, Fitzpatrick, Garis Organizations: Bridge, New York State, Capitol, Republican, Democratic Party, Innovation, Center, American Progress Action, FedEx, Nike, Democratic Congressional, CNBC, Tax, Republicans, Senate, Wisconsin, Mobile Locations: New York City, Ohio, Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Innovation Ohio, Iowa , Ohio, Iowa, R, Fitzpatrick's district, Bucks County, Fitzpatrick's
A tropical wave only a few hundred miles southeast of the Cape Verde Islands is weak now, but could develop into a tropical depression later this week. "This new invest will work its way westward toward a favorable place for strengthening and will likely become a tropical storm or even a hurricane," said CNN meteorologist Chad Myers. " There are two more named systems in the Atlantic, and while you might think these two storms were named after a legendary baseball player, think again. Hurricane season is far from overWith roughly two and a half months left in the hurricane season, we are just passed the midway point and just passed the peak of the season. So far this season, Tropical Storm Rose is the 17th named storm for the 2021 hurricane season.
Persons: Nicholas, pesky, Dave Hennen, It's, Chad Myers, Peter, Rose, There's, Myers, Philip Klotzbach, Teresa, Victor, Wanda, Copernicus, General Sherman, Sherman, Nature Organizations: CNN, National Hurricane Center, NHC, Tropical, Colorado State University, National, Associated Eastern Foothills, National Weather Service, Washington DC Locations: Mississippi , Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Atlanta, Florida, Cape Verde, Atlantic, Puerto Rico, Gulf of Mexico, California, Northern Sierra Nevada , Southern Cascades, Northern California, Sacramento . Northeast, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Madison , Wisconsin, Chicago, Washington, America
Kellyanne Conway was brutally honest with Trump about his 2020 campaign missteps, per a new book. During the summer phone call, Conway reportedly told Trump to stop focusing on election grievances. But first, Conway told Trump that she wanted him to see her "as somebody else" and not just an advisor. The Trump 2020 campaign headquarters was in Arlington, Va., just minutes from the White House, while Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign was based in Brooklyn. "Trump 2020 resembled Hillary 2016.
Persons: Kellyanne Conway, Trump, Conway, Donald Trump, Bob Woodward, Robert Costa, Hillary Clinton, Woodward, Costa, nix, Hillary Clinton's, Hillary Organizations: Service, White House, Washington Post, Democratic, steelworkers, White, State, New York City Police Department Locations: China, Georgia, United States, Arlington, Brooklyn, Arlington , Va, New
Alabama Barely Edges Out Florida in SEC Opener
  + stars: | 2021-09-19 | by ( Alanis Thames | )   time to read: +2 min
“I talked about it when I got here,” Florida coach Dan Mullen said after the game, referring to when he took over the program in 2018. “I want a team that can compete for championships on a consistent basis. Saban’s program has signed the nation’s top recruiting class in eight of the last 10 seasons. It came in second to Georgia in 2020 and 2018. “Obviously, coach Saban and his staff are the best recruiters, and they do an excellent job with the team attitude also,” said Steve Spurrier, who won the Heisman as Florida’s quarterback in 1966.
Persons: Saban, , Dan Mullen, Mike Locksley, Julio Jones, , Julio, Amari Cooper, Calvin Ridley, Steve Spurrier Organizations: Crimson Tide, Alabama, Tide, Saban, Heisman Locations: Florida, Tuscaloosa, , Georgia
David Bossie felt that Sidney Powell peddled "concocted bullshit" in challenging the 2020 election, per a new book. As Bossie saw Giuliani and Powell walk into the White House, he panicked, according to the book. "You know, this is going to be hard," he told the president, according to the book. But he now had to isolate and leave the White House grounds. As Bossie saw Giuliani and Powell walk into the White House, he panicked, according to the book.
Persons: David Bossie, Sidney Powell peddled, Bossie, Giuliani, Powell, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Bob Woodward, Robert Costa, Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Woodward, Costa, Rudy, Biden, Hugo Chavez Organizations: Service, Democratic, Trump, Washington Post, New, New York City, Citizens United, Old, White, Dominion, Voting Systems Locations: New York, Arizona, Georgia
In 2008, as conflict between Russia and neighboring Georgia escalated, the media went into overdrive, depicting Georgia as a haven of anti-Russian activity intent on violence. Now ruled by a government more friendly to Russia, Georgia has largely disappeared from state television. The view of it as the main enemy has steadily dropped and is now held by just 15 percent of Russians. A social media post can cost a few years in prison. TV Rain, an independent television channel, manages to command the attention of 2.3 million viewers.
Persons: Yandex —, that’s, Putin’s, Navalny’s Organizations: Russia’s Locations: Russia, Georgia
New York, NY (CNN) Samuel Adam's is launching a new, limited edition beer, and it packs such a potent punch it's illegal in 15 states. Utopias are illegal in those states because they contain 28% alcohol by volume, more than five times the potency of typical US brews. Samuel Adam's only brews around 13,000 bottles of Utopias every two years, according to its website. "We pioneered the barrel-aging and blending process of Utopias almost thirty years ago and continue that time-honored tradition today," Jim Koch, founder and brewer of Samuel Adams, said in a statement. The 2017 version cost $199, 2019's cost $10 more than that.
Persons: Samuel Adam's, Jim Koch, Samuel Adams, Utopias Organizations: CNN Locations: York, NY, Alabama , Arkansas, Georgia , Idaho , Missouri , Mississippi , Montana , North Carolina , New Hampshire , Oklahoma , Oregon, South Carolina , Utah , Vermont, West Virginia
Former President Trump has spoken with GOP senators about ousting McConnell as leader, per the WSJ. McConnell enjoys the strong support of GOP caucus members, even with Trump's entreaties. Later, McConnell said he would support Trump in 2024 if he were the GOP nominee, but Trump has not forgiven the minority leader for his speech. McConnell, a prodigious fundraiser, has led the Senate Republican caucus since 2007, serving as majority leader from 2015 until 2021. McConnell, who was first elected to the Senate in 1984, easily won reelection to a seventh term last year.
Persons: Trump, McConnell, Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, intransigence, Joe Biden, Trump's, we've, didn't, I'm, Sen, Tommy Tuberville, Democratic Sen, Doug Jones, John Kennedy of Organizations: Service, Wall Street, Kentucky Republican, Trump, Capitol, GOP, Republicans, Senate Republican, Journal, Bluegrass State, Republican Party, Democratic, Senate Locations: Kentucky, Arizona , Georgia , Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Alabama, John Kennedy of Louisiana
The road to Lil Nas X’s debut album "Montero" has been an exhilarating affair, complete with detours like a chart-topping EP, “7,” show-stopping red carpet outfits, multiple awards and a run of viral music videos. Lil Nas X demonstrates a type of celebratory, unabashed queerness that is badly needed in the music industry right now, and culture more generally. Nas is a disruptor, a title that took on new meaning as he began work on his debut album "Montero" in 2020, amid the Covid-19 pandemic and a broader fight against racial inequality. “Creating this album has been therapy for me,” Nas said in a Twitter post detailing his work on "Montero." Lil Nas X’s infectious self-confidence and captivating artistry has carried him far — and his career is just beginning.
Persons: Nas, Montero, , Lil Nas, y’all, 🌈🤩 Organizations: LG Locations: Georgia
Donald Trump wrote to Georgia Secretary of State asking him to "decertify" the results of the election. In the letter, Trump repeated unproven claims of widespread election fraud. Since losing the 2020 election, Donald Trump has repeated unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter and election fraud. Joe Biden won the state of Georgia by a little over 12,000 votes out of nearly 5 million votes cast. In his letter to Raffensperger, Trump said, "People do not understand why you and Governor Brian Kemp adamantly refuse to acknowledge the now proven facts."
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Brad Raffensperger, Liz Harrington, Joe Biden, Joe Biden's, Republican Raffensperger, Biden, Brian Kemp Organizations: State, J6, Washington DC, Service, Twitter, Trump, Republican, Justice Department, Capitol Locations: Georgia, Washington
In a new book, Geoff Duncan said that GOP leaders pushing restrictive voting laws are "scared." Geoff Duncan of Georgia, who has vocally defended the integrity of the 2020 presidential election, said that GOP leaders who have sought to make voting more difficult are "scared." "Because they got scared, GOP leaders became too focused on making voting more difficult," he wrote. Duncan wrote that Republican attempts to tighten voting laws across the country have deprived the party of any real standing on the issue. "Many were filed by Republican representatives as reactions to the GOP headliner losing the 2020 election, so right there, our party lost all credibility on election reform."
Persons: Geoff Duncan, Gov, Geoff Duncan of Georgia, Duncan, Brian Kemp, Brad Raffensperger, Donald Trump's, , Newt Gingrich Organizations: GOP, Service, Gov, Peach State, Georgia Trend, Major League Baseball, US Department of Justice, Black Georgians, Republicans, May, Republican Locations: Georgia, Peach, Atlanta, Denver, Cobb
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