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    Notimex photo This Friday the Federal Government announces the number of supports it has granted to employers and domestic workers due to the COVID-19 pandemic This Friday the Ministry of Economy discloses the progress in the provision of Credits to the Word. The Word Credits are part of the support measures implemented by the Federal Government for the COVID-19 health emergency. The number of supports in this type of credits is one million, each for an amount of 25...
    Barr to testify as Democrats examine DOJ politicization Election results are delayed again. Get used to it. Democrats confirm plans for nearly all-virtual convention Police overhaul dims, but House Democrats push ahead on vote Police overhaul dims as GOP Senate bill blocked by Democrats Democratic super PAC is joining Trump-TV station lawsuit Appeals court orders dismissal of Michael Flynn prosecution Report: State, local aid needed to avert 4 million layoffs 2 Republicans opposed by Trump win in N. Carolina, Kentucky...
    Virus cases surge among the young, endangering older adults Students against gun violence rallying for racial justice California voters to decide fate of affirmative action ban Fireworks are booming before July 4, but why the ruckus? US inmates got virus relief checks, and IRS wants them back Crowds mourn Rayshard Brooks at storied Atlanta church Wisconsin governor activates National Guard after violence DA: Walmart mass shooting suspect will face new charges Police overhaul dims, but House Democrats push ahead on...
    ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Hospitalizations remain in a steady decline as the state reports just under 300 new cases Monday morning. Maryland state health officials report 64,603 coronavirus cases- up 297 since Sunday. The state positivity rate is at 5.03 percent and 2,945 people have died from the virus- eight more people since Sunday. There are currently 602 people hospitalized, with 370 in acute care and 232 in ICUs. A total of 10,572 people have ever been hospitalized for the virus and...
    Senate GOP to propose policing changes in ‘Justice Act’ Near Trump’s rally site, black Tulsa lives with fiery legacy Trump signs order on police reform, doesn’t mention racism White House steps up effort to downplay coronavirus concerns Simple math suggests complex back story at Supreme Court AP FACT CHECK: Trump on an AIDS vaccine that doesn’t exist Senate GOP seeks policing changes, Democrats push for more CIA unit that crafts hacking tools didn’t protect itself A look at Trump’s executive...
    Police show less force as peaceful protests push reform The Latest: Seattle police use of pepper spray criticized Tropical storm crashes onto US Gulf Coast amid flood threat Minneapolis council majority backs disbanding police force Anti-racism protesters rally around world, topple statue Man charged in slaying of retired St. Louis police captain Houston to hold 6-hour public viewing of Floyd’s casket Report: NYC police misconduct often involves minority youths Duty to intervene: Floyd cops spoke up but didn’t step in...
    Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination Barr says he didn’t give tactical order to clear protesters Citing jobs, Trump claims victory over virus, econ collapse DC paints huge Black Lives Matter mural near White House Trump jabs Maine’s Democratic governor; she hits back More active-duty troops leaving D.C., others remain on alert Trump evokes Floyd after hailing strong jobs report Mail ballots from Tuesday’s election push Biden over the top Top US military officer reaches out to Capitol leaders Scores...
    Amid protests, Trump talks of war — and reelection Tear gas, threats for protesters before Trump visits church Barr: Law enforcement must ‘dominate’ streets amid protests DC Episcopal bishop: ‘I am outraged’ by Trump church visit Nearly 26,000 COVID deaths in nursing homes spur inspections China delayed releasing coronavirus info, frustrating WHO A look at the antifa movement Trump is blaming for violence ‘Hate just hides’: Biden vows to take on systematic racism Presidents have leeway to use military for...