Voting rights groups sued Ohio over redistributing maps

Voting rights groups sued Ohio over redistributing maps The American Civil Liberties Union and other voter rights groups filed a lawsuit Thursday in Ohio challenging new state legislative districts created last week by the Republican-dominated commission in what is likely to be a series of confrontations across the country. As the redistribution process unfolds once … Read more

Kroger employees told to survive shooting

Kroger employees told to survive shooting Brignetta Dickerson knew the popping sound she heard inside a Kroger grocery store Thursday was a gunshot, as she yelled at customers “Go! Go! Go!” As they ran past the store in the Memphis suburb of Collierville, Tenn., there were sounds, Ms. Dickerson told Region 8 News, a television … Read more

Olivia King, Kroger Shooting Victim, Remembered as ‘Selfless’

Olivia King, Kroger Shooting Victim, Remembered as ‘Selfless’ Olivia King, a regular parishioner at Avtar’s Catholic Church in Collieville, Tenn., was killed in a mass shooting at a Kroger grocery store hours before she attended a service there on Thursday morning. “Everyone needs to be like Olivia,” said Colville Deputy Mayor Maureen Fraser, who had … Read more

January 6 Committee Summons Top Trump White House Officials

January 6 Committee Summons Top Trump White House Officials The select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol on Thursday appointed President Donald J. Summons four of Trump’s closest advisers, intensifying an investigation into what the former president was doing before and during the deadly riots. The summons, the first panel issued, seeks … Read more

Arrest warrant issued for Brian Laundry days after Gabby Petito’s body was found

Arrest warrant issued for Brian Laundry days after Gabby Petito’s body was found A federal arrest warrant was rescinded Thursday in Wyoming for Brian Laundry, the elusive fiancée of Gabby Pettito, charged with debit card fraud after authorities identified her as a “person of interest” in the investigation into the murder of Ms. I continued … Read more

Thousands of Haitian expatriates will live in America

Thousands of Haitian expatriates will live in America “At least 25 percent of the households include pregnant women,” Mr Villarreal said. “Some of them have been traveling through South America for weeks under extremely challenging conditions.” Upon arrival at a Houston shelter, families are tested for COVID-19 and are then provided with food, water, and … Read more

A Guide to the Folded Stamp of Bills in Congress

A Guide to the Folded Stamp of Bills in Congress Democrats passed the funding and debt ceiling bill in the House on Tuesday without a Republican vote, but they can’t do so in the Senate because of the filibuster. bipartisan bill About six weeks ago, the Senate approved a $1.2 trillion package (including $550 billion … Read more

Cryptocurrency regulators rush to make first major rules

Cryptocurrency regulators rush to make first major rules WASHINGTON – After years of largely standing apart as cryptocurrencies grew from a digital curiosity a volatile but widely adopted innovation, Federal regulators are racing to address potential risks to consumers and financial markets. Their concerns have only grown as firms, both new and established, race to … Read more

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