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U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups over New York virus curbs
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Lawrence Hurley | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.92   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: A general view of the U.S. Supreme Court building at sunset in Washington, U.S. November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Erin ScottWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court late on Wednesday backed Christian and Jewish houses of worship challenging New York state’s latest restrictions in novel coronavirus hot spots. The court on a 5-4 vote granted requests made by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish congregations. The Orthodox congregations Agudath Israel of Kew Garden Hills and Agudath Israel of Madison, as well as nationwide Orthodox Jewish group Agudath Israel of America. A federal judge in Brooklyn rejected separate requests made by the religious groups on Oct. 9.
Persons: Erin Scott WASHINGTON, Donald Trump’s, Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Andrew Cuomo, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Roberts Organizations: U.S, Supreme, REUTERS, Wednesday, Christian, New York, Roman Catholic Diocese of, Conservative, Kew Garden, Circuit Locations: Washington , U.S, New, Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, Israel, Kew, Madison, America, New York, Nevada and California
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday dismissed as “irrelevant” a U.S. Supreme Court decision blocking coronavirus restrictions imposed on religious gatherings, saying it related to specific areas that were no longer considered at high risk. “It’s irrelevant from any practical impact because the zone that they were talking about has already been moot,” the governor said. Circuit Court of Appeals, is not final and did not appear to affect New York state’s rules for mass gatherings. A federal judge in Brooklyn rejected separate requests made by the religious groups on Oct. 9. In two previous cases this year, the court, in 5-4 votes, turned away similar requests by churches in Nevada and California.
Persons: Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump’s, Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, , ” Trump, Cuomo, , Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Roberts Organizations: WASHINGTON, Supreme, Roman Catholic Diocese of, Conservative, Democrat, U.S, Circuit, Kew Garden, New Locations: New York, U.S, Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, Brooklyn . New York, Israel, Kew, Madison, America, Brooklyn, New York City, Nevada and California
The Supreme Court on Wednesday blocked certain COVID-19 restrictions imposed on churches and other religious services in New York. In a 5-4 vote, the court ruled in favor of the Catholic Diocese and Orthodox Jewish synagogues, blocking some of Governor Andrew Cuomo's capacity restrictions. The US Supreme Court on Wednesday blocked certain COVID-19 restrictions imposed on churches and religious services in New York. In a 5-4 vote, the court ruled in favor of the Catholic Diocese and Orthodox Jewish synagogues, blocking Gov. Andrew Cuomo's restrictions that applied 10- and 25- person occupancy limits to religious services held in designated red and orange zones, or places with severe outbreaks.
Persons: Andrew Cuomo's, Amy Coney Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Roberts, Coney Barrett, Roberts, Ginsberg, Coney Organizations: Catholic, US, Associated Press, of Locations: New York, California, Nevada, of Brooklyn
Founded in 1994, the publishing house has a specialty in creating highly curated libraries for private residences and commercial businesses. The first step to creating a quintessential Assouline library is, of course, getting in touch with the Assouline publishing house. An image from the latest Assouline book, "Paris Chic." And this is especially true for coffee-table books, Assouline said, adding that books his family produces cannot necessarily be compared to novels, which can be translated to a Kindle. The inside of an Assouline book.
Persons: Alex Assouline, Assouline, Martine, Prosper Assouline, Oliver Pilcher, he's, St, It's, Amanda Gorman, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, GAYLE KABAKER, CNBC's Lucy Handley, Meryl Halls, Handley, Darren Gerrish, it's Organizations: Assouline, Business, Rolex, Tribeca, Paris, Concordia University, Columbia Business School, National Youth, Association of American Publishers, Booksellers Association Locations: Amalfi, Marrakesh, Miami, Paris, East, Mexico, New York City, Hudson Yards, Tropez, Versailles, Ibiza, New York, Montreal
WASHINGTON — Democratic senators are calling on President-elect Joe Biden to use executive power to advance goals such as tackling climate change, relieving student debt and creating a more progressive immigration system. "I think President Biden has significant executive power. "From Treasury to State to Interior (departments) and the financial regulators, climate action and climate risk management has to be infused into literally everything," he said. Even if Democrats capture both Georgia seats and take control of the Senate, McConnell would retain the power to filibuster legislation and force a 60-vote threshold. Jamal Brown, a spokesman for Biden's transition team, said his agenda will include executive power.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Sen, Ed Markey, Markey, Mitch McConnell, stonewall, Ron Wyden, Brian Schatz, Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer, McConnell, Joe Manchin, Nancy Pelosi's, Barack Obama, Wyden, Mazie Hirono, Mitch McConnell —, Hirono, playbook, We've, Mitch, He's, didn't, Jeff Hauser, Hauser, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett, Obama, Jamal Brown, Brown Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic, Georgia Senate runoffs, NBC News, Higher, Senate, Act, White House, Biden, Republicans Locations: United States, Paris, Ky, Hawaii, State, Interior, bipartisanship, Georgia
My name had provided one of the few shreds of stability during a chaos-filled childhood marred by divorce, mental illness and addiction. When I got married almost two years ago, my husband didn't pressure me to take his name (we wouldn't be together if he had). After the visit, I thought about the myriad articles and essays I'd read about why women change or keep or blend their birth names: Feminism. He opened it in front of his family — our family. When he asked why, I shrugged, remembering Ginsburg's famous words: "Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time."
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Senator David Perdue, who is seeking reelection in one of two U.S. Senate races in Georgia, bought shares in a Navy contractor just before becoming chairman of a Senate armed services panel in 2019 and then sold the stock at a profit, Senate records show. Perdue became chairman of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower in mid-January 2019, which plays a key role in determining spending on the Navy. The lawmaker then sold BWX stock from Feb. 26 to July 9, 2019, and reported earning between $15,000 and $50,000 from the investment for that year. Between December 2018 and and July 9, 2019, BWX stock rose from less than $42 per share to nearly $53 on the New York Stock Exchange, the records show. A BWX spokesman said the company does not control purchases of its stock by individuals and was unaware of Perdue’s transactions.
Persons: David Perdue, Amy Coney Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anna Moneymaker, Perdue, Jon Ossoff Organizations: WASHINGTON, Senate, Navy, U.S, Supreme, Capitol, Senate Armed, BWX Technologies, New York Stock Exchange, BWX, Daily Locations: Georgia, Washington , U.S
Breakingviews - Republicans try packing the Fed before Trump exits
  + stars: | 2020-11-13 | by ( Gina Chon | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
A pedestrian walks past the Federal Reserve Board building on Constitution Avenue in Washington, U.S., March 19, 2019. The U.S. Senate will finally vote on the controversial nomination of Judy Shelton to the central bank’s board. That would fill the Fed board in a way it hasn’t been for years. Republicans have every right to approve nominees for empty Fed seats. Politicizing the Fed, especially at a time of economic uncertainty because of the pandemic, devalues the central bank.
Persons: Leah Millis, Judy Shelton, Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, Trump, Shelton, Mitch McConnell, hasn’t, Christopher Waller, Louis Fed, Biden, Amy Coney Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Politicizing Organizations: Federal Reserve Board, REUTERS, FRANCISCO, Reuters, Federal, U.S, Senate, Republicans, Republican, GOP, St, Supreme Locations: Washington , U.S
Church goers pray keeping social distancing at the St. Sanislaus Kostka Catholic Church in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York on June 11, 2020. The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to block New York's Covid-19 restrictions on houses of worship, saying the rules unfairly target religion. Some other secular businesses, including casinos and restaurants, had a different limit, of 50% of their capacity. In its filing, the diocese notes that secular businesses are not under the same restrictions as houses of worship. Circuit Court of Appeals, have rejected the religious organization's effort to block the state's Covid-19 restrictions while it pursues its case.
Persons: Sanislaus, Andrew Cuomo, John Roberts, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Newsom, Roberts, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Gavin Newsom, Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, Barrett, Stephen Breyer, Cuomo Organizations: Sanislaus Kostka Catholic Church, Catholic, of, Gov, Bay United Pentecostal Church, Democrat, Calvary Chapel, U.S, Circuit, Appeals Locations: Sanislaus Kostka, Greenpoint, Brooklyn , New York, of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, Queens, California, Nevada, Calvary Chapel Dayton, New York
Trump has sought to ban TikTok from the US over national security concerns, which a judge previously called "hypothetical." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. "For a year, TikTok has actively engaged with CFIUS in good faith to address its national security concerns, even as we disagree with its assessment," TikTok said in a statement. President Donald Trump has tried to ban TikTok from the US over alleged national security concerns since the parent company ByteDance is based in China. The White House did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment at the time of publication.
Persons: TikTok, hasn't, Trump, Donald Trump, Insider's Paige Leskin, Biden, Trump's, Melania Trump, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett Organizations: Trump, CNBC, Foreign Investment, Oracle, The Commerce Department, Trump administration's, Microsoft, Walmart, TikTok, White Locations: United States, China, Beijing, Washington
Trump spent the majority of his four years in the White House vowing to repeal former President Barack Obama's signature health-care law. The Supreme Court is set to hear the latest constitutional challenge to Obamacare — in California vs. Texas — on Tuesday. The mandate imposed a tax penalty on consumers who went uninsured and was a key part of the health-care law. The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg earlier this year has created a new level of uncertainty over the health-care law. It's unclear how Trump's new Supreme Court pick, Justice Amy Coney Barrett, will side on the landmark case.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Karen Pollitz, Trump, Pollitz, Barack Obama's, Biden, Obamacare, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett, Barrett, Kristen Welker, Raymond James, Chris Meekins, Brandon Couillard, CNBC's Tucker Higgins Organizations: Affordable, Kaiser Family Foundation, Kaiser Family, Trump, CNBC, Supreme, Texas —, GOP, NBC News White, Medicaid, Republican, Biden, Democratic, Jefferies, Senate Locations: Charlotte , North Carolina, California
Supreme Court appears willing to leave Obamacare in place
  + stars: | 2020-11-10 | by ( Tucker Higgins | In | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
The individual mandate provision, as enacted in 2010, requires most Americans to obtain health insurance or pay a penalty. The Affordable Care Act seems likely to withstand its third challenge at the Supreme Court. Health-care activists said that if the Supreme Court struck down the Affordable Care Act, more than 20 million people could lose their insurance. Circuit Court of Appeals court, and agreed that the individual mandate was unlawful. The appeals court, though, did not say whether the rest of the Affordable Care Act would also have to be struck down.
Persons: Roberts, Hawkins, George W, Kavanaugh, Kyle Hawkins, Jeffrey Wall, Trump, Michele Goodwin, John Roberts, Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump, Donald Verrilli, Barack Obama, Verrilli, Obamacare, Michael Mongan, GOP Sen, John McCain, Michael Kimberly, McDermott Will, Emery, Kimberly, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, Kagan, Breyer, Clarence Thomas, Amy Coney Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Barrett, Joe Biden, Goodwin Organizations: Department of Justice, Republican, GOP, Affordable, University of California, Supreme, Democratic, Representatives, Senate, Justice Department, Democrats, Health, Trump, U.S, Circuit Locations: Texas, Irvine, California, Arizona, shepherding, U.S, . Texas
With 98% of the vote counted, Ossoff had 47.7% and Hazel 2.3%, according to Edison Research. Under Georgia election law, a winning candidate must receive more than 50% of the vote to avoid a Jan. 5 runoff between the two top candidates. Georgia election officials have not yet ordered a runoff in that race. Warnock had raised $22 million for his Senate campaign by mid-October, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission. Democrats would face an uphill battle flipping two Senate seats in Georgia.
Persons: David Perdue, Jon Ossoff, Amy Coney Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anna Moneymaker, REUTERS Perdue, Donald Trump, Shane Hazel, Ossoff, Hazel, ” Perdue, Ben Fry, Jon, , Republican Kelly Loeffler, Democrat Raphael Warnock, Martin Luther King Jr, , ” Warnock, Jaime Harrison, Lindsey Graham, ” Harrison, Warnock, Loeffler, Martha McSally of, Cory Gardner, Doug Jones’s, Thom Tillis, Dan Sullivan Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Senate, Republican, Supreme, Capitol, REUTERS, Ossoff, U.S . Marine, Libertarian Party, Edison Research, Democrat, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Democrats outraised Republicans, Federal, Democratic, U.S . House, Democrats Locations: Georgia, Washington , U.S, U.S, Ebenezer, Atlanta, South Carolina, Ossoff, Martha McSally of Arizona, Cory Gardner of Colorado, Tuesday’s, Alabama, North Carolina, Alaska
Incumbent U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, left, and Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon, D-Freeport, right, who are running in the Nov. 3, 2020, election to represent Maine in the U.S. Senate. Maine GOP Sen. Susan Collins is the apparent winner of her reelection fight against state House Speaker Sara Gideon, according to NBC News. Read more: Susan Collins struggles to change the subject from Brett Kavanaugh in Maine Senate raceAfter Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., pledged to seat Ginsburg's replacement before Election Day, Collins broke with the party and said she opposed such a hurried timeline. Gideon outspent Collins dramatically, dropping about $50 million on her bid to deny Collins a fifth term. Trump is projected to lose the presidential race in Maine to former Vice President Joe Biden, NBC News is projecting.
Persons: Sen, Susan Collins, Sara Gideon, Maine GOP Sen, Gideon, Collins, Brett Kavanaugh, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Read, Mitch McConnell, Amy Coney Barrett, Gideon outspent Collins, Donald Trump's, Trump, Joe Biden, Biden Organizations: U.S, U.S . Senate, Maine GOP, NBC News, Republican, Maine Senate, Center for Responsive Politics, Senate, NBC, Trump Locations: Maine, Freeport, U.S, Ky, New England
Opinion | An Election Day Message From R.B.G.’s Neighbor
  + stars: | 2020-11-03 | by ( Sanford D. Greenberg | ) www.nytimes.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
I’m heading to the ballot box with my dear friend and neighbor Ruth Bader Ginsburg by my side. In fact, I’m reminded daily in ways large and small that Ruth is gone. Reason and loss don’t always go hand in hand. I never saw Ruth. Opera could move Ruth to tears; Shakespeare, to great oratory; a good joke, to unrestrained laughter.
Persons: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ruth, Marty, Sue, Nidre, don’t, Sandy !, Ruth Organizations: United States Supreme Locations: Yom Kippur, Washington, Adas, Connecticut
President Donald Trump arrives at Southwest Florida International Airport ahead of a campaign stop in Fort Myers, Florida, U.S., October 16, 2020. President Donald Trump speaks while Dr. Anthony Fauci (L) and Vice President Mike Pence stand by during the daily coronavirus task force briefing at the White House on March 31, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump wears a mask as he visits Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland' on July 11, 2020. During one demonstration at the White House gates, Trump briefly took shelter in a secret bunker under the Executive Mansion. President Donald Trump holds up a Bible in front of St John's Episcopal Church after walking across Lafayette Park from the White House in Washington, DC on June 1, 2020.
Persons: Donald Trump, Carlos Barria, Melania Trump, Trump, Democrat Joe Biden, Joe Biden, Biden, Amy Coney Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Richard Nixon, Robert Mueller's, Drew Angerer, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Biden's, Hunter, Mueller, Nancy Pelosi, — Mitt Romney, Utah —, Anthony Fauci, Mike Pence, Win McNamee, Joe Kernen, Walter Reed, Alex Edelman, Herman Cain, Hope Hicks, Barron, Barrett, Axios, Jonathan Swan, White, Mark Meadows, Weeks, Erin Scott, Covid, Sean Conley, George Floyd, Rodney King, Floyd, Brendan Smialowski, Richard Nixon, Mueller, Dr. Sean Conley Organizations: Southwest Florida International Airport, Reuters, Trump, Democrat, Democratic, New, Washington Post, Trump's, Russian, Republicans, Senate, Republican, White, Jan, Economic, Walter Reed National Military Medical, Las Vegas, Tulsa, U.S, Johns Hopkins University, CNN, White House, Truman, Drug Administration, Secret Service, United States, John's Episcopal, AFP, Getty, Fort Myers, Florida, CNBC, DC, China, Switzerland, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Oklahoma, Herman Cain, New Jersey, Barron, CNN Locations: Fort Myers , Florida, U.S, New York, Washington ,, Ukraine, Russia, Utah, Washington , DC, Wuhan, China, United States, Davos, Switzerland, Bethesda , Maryland, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Washington, Bedminster , New Jersey, Lago, Washington , U.S, White Minneapolis, Lafayette, St, John's, Ukraine, Wuhan, Bedminster
Democrats Dare to Get Their Hopes Up Again in Texas
  + stars: | 2020-10-30 | by ( Kevin D. Williamson | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +7 min
DallasDemocrats have two high hopes for Texas on Tuesday. Second, win control of the state House by flipping at least nine Republican-held seats. If Democrats are wary, however, it is because they have seen their high hopes for Texas dashed over and over. Incredible as it may sound to outsiders, Democrats may have a better chance of winning the presidential election in Texas than they do of winning the state House. Several well-informed Republican operatives in Texas say they expect Mr. Meyer to lose.
Persons: Joe Biden, Wendy Davis, Greg Abbott, Beto O’Rourke, Sen, Ted Cruz, Biden, Trump’s, That’s, Trump, Morgan Meyer, Joanna Cattanach, Meyer, Cattanach, Hillary Clinton, reveled, , Ruth Bader Ginsburg, , ’ ”, Ms, Karl Roves, Phyllis Schlafly, Karl Rove, “ We’ve, George W, Bush, Fort Worth, O’Rourke, Cruz, Konni Burton, “ They’re, suburbanites, they’ll, he’s, “ Biden, Williamson, Wilds, Karl Rove, Republicans, Republican Organizations: Dallas Democrats, Texas, Republican, Republicans, Democratic, Houston U.S, Democrats, Texans, Trump underperformed Republican, tony, Cities, Methodist, Texas Conservative Coalition, Mr, Baylor University, Fort, GOP, Trump, Rep Locations: Texas, Houston, Quinnipiac, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Dallas, Uptown, Lower Greenville, East Dallas, Austin, Blum , Texas, San Antonio, Lubbock, Worth, Uptown, Austin, Texas
“I’ve said a lot of things that I think about the candidates. He’s really strong, and he’s a really good guy, and he’s a decent human being. That Mr. Trump will again win all of those counties, where many people are transplants from the Midwest, is not in doubt. In Lee County, which Mr. Trump won by 20 points, Jim Rosinus, 68, the vice-chairman of the Democratic Party, said he stopped counting the number of volunteers this year after it reached 1,000. Earlier in the campaign, she said she bought 10 yard signs for $10 apiece, parked her car with her trunk popped and gave them away to neighbors.
Persons: , , “ I’ve, I’ve, He’s, Trump, Republicans —, Annisa Karim, Jim Rosinus, Barack Obama, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Joe, Harris, Ava Roeder Organizations: Republicans, Dade, Democratic, Democratic Party, Biden, Jim Rosinus Locations: Collier, Lee, Sumter, Miami, Palm Beach, Broward, Orange, Collier County, Lee County, New York, Woodstock
“They’re doing fun things like the sanitizer bottle or disinfectant,” Mr. Berman said. “People are going to be toilet paper — you can either be a full roll of toilet paper or the brown cardboard tube with a little piece of toilet paper stuck to it.” He shared a picture of a group costume involving both outfits along with a third person dressed as feces. Jen Dibert, a 43-year-old in Silverdale, Wash., has made her daughter’s Halloween costume by hand every year for more than two decades. But as this year’s holiday approached, Ms. Dibert and her daughter Savannah, 26, struggled to come up with a costume that would suit such a strange and tumultuous time. She will wear a mullet wig, a mustache and carry a plastic tiger to represent the hit Netflix show “Tiger King.”
Persons: , Mr, Berman, ” Mr, Morris, Jen Dibert, Dibert, , Ruth Bader Ginsburg Organizations: Netflix, Wash, Netflix Locations: Silverdale, Wash, Savannah,
(Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday dealt setbacks to Republicans by allowing extended deadlines for receiving mail-in ballots in next Tuesday’s election in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, states pivotal to President Donald Trump’s re-election chances. The Supreme Court already had rejected a prior Republican request to block the lower court ruling on Oct. 19. On Monday, the conservative justices were in the majority when the Supreme Court on a 5-3 vote declined to extend mail-in voting deadlines sought by Democrats in Wisconsin. The public health crisis has prompted an increase in requests for mail-in ballots as voters seek to avoid crowds at polling places. In their earlier decision, the justices, shorthanded after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, were divided 4-4, leaving in place the state court ruling.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Amy Coney Barrett, Pennsylvania’s, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden, Barrett, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Mike Blake, ” Alito, Josh Shapiro, , Trump’s, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Roberts, Mike Blake/File Photo Organizations: Reuters, U.S, Supreme, Republican Party of Pennsylvania, Republicans, Trump, Democratic, Pennsylvania, Constitution, San, REUTERS, Democrat, Pennsylvania Democratic Party, U.S . Postal Service, California, REUTERS/ Locations: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, San Diego County, San Diego , California, U.S, Wisconsin
(Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday dealt setbacks to Republicans by allowing extended deadlines for receiving mail-in ballots in next Tuesday’s election in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, states pivotal to President Donald Trump’s re-election chances. The Supreme Court already had rejected a prior Republican request to block the lower court ruling on Oct. 19. On Monday, the conservative justices were in the majority when the Supreme Court on a 5-3 vote declined to extend mail-in voting deadlines sought by Democrats in Wisconsin. The public health crisis has prompted an increase in requests for mail-in ballots as voters seek to avoid crowds at polling places. In their earlier decision, the justices, shorthanded after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, were divided 4-4, leaving in place the state court ruling.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Amy Coney Barrett, Pennsylvania’s, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden, Barrett, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Mike Blake, ” Alito, Josh Shapiro, , Trump’s, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Roberts, Mike Blake/File Photo Organizations: Reuters, U.S, Supreme, Republican Party of Pennsylvania, Republicans, Trump, Democratic, Pennsylvania, Constitution, San, REUTERS, Democrat, Pennsylvania Democratic Party, U.S . Postal Service, California, REUTERS/ Locations: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, San Diego County, San Diego , California, U.S, Wisconsin
The new coronavirus was found in —” Yes, the American media hadn’t quite grasped the importance of that mysterious pneumonia yet. She’s one of the top virus scientists in Thailand. What South Korea learned from the game was they were totally unprepared for mass testing in the event of a coronavirus pandemic. Back in 2014, he was part of a team of American scientists and military leaders who introduced their Korean counterparts to a really cool way to simulate potential disasters. “Coronavirus taught us why we need to work together with other countries.” “Countries have increasingly grown to mistrust U.S. leadership.
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"Shame on Girl Scouts for promoting this. one woman wrote in reply to Girl Scouts' Facebook post. "If you would like to debate partisan politics—keep scrolling," the Girl Scouts tweet added. A third woman wrote of Barrett: "She goes against so much of what Girl Scouts stands for — very disappointed in this. And another woman wrote, "Amy Coney Barrett does not represent what I always thought the girl scouts stood for.
Persons: Amy Coney Barrett, Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Donald Trump, Barack Obama's, Merrick Garland Organizations: Scouts, Girl Scouts, Facebook, Girls Scouts Twitter, Republican, Facebook Locations: USA
Amy Coney Barrett took her constitutional oath as a Supreme Court justice in a nighttime ceremony outside the White House on Monday, swinging the nation's highest court to a conservative 6-3 majority. U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he poses with U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett on a White House balcony after she was sworn in to serve as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 26, 2020. The battle over Barrett's nomination was sparked last month after the death of Ginsburg, who served on the Supreme Court for 27 years. Barrett's confirmation is the first to come so close to a presidential election. U.S. President Donald Trump applauds U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett after she took her oath of office and was sworn in to serve on the court on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., October 26, 2020.
Persons: Amy Coney Barrett, Donald Trump, Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts, Mitch McConnell, Sen, Susan Collins of, Joe Biden, Lindsey Graham, Chuck Schumer, George Bush, Democrat Al Gore, Trump, Tom Brenner, Ginsburg, Thurgood Marshall, Thomas, Biden, Schumer, Barack Obama's, Merrick Garland, McConnell, Jonathan Ernst, President George Bush and Democrat Al Gore Organizations: America, Lawn . Chief, U.S, Supreme, Chamber, Capitol, Reuters, Trump, GOP, Senate, Affordable, Republicans, Democrat, Democratic, White, Committee, Donald Trump applauds U.S, Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S Locations: Washington , U.S, Susan Collins of Maine, Wisconsin, ., Ky, United States
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