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Georgia is setting up an advisory group to rebuild the fall schools

Georgia’s top state and education leaders formed working groups this week to plan for the rebuilding of schools in the fall as the federal government released long-awaited safety guidelines. The 72 members of the K-12 restart working groups, appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp and Head of School Richard Woods, include current and past teachers of the year, heads of schools …

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Live coronavirus updates: White House adviser unsure about economic recovery; The CDC says the virus “does not spread easily” from the surface

While the United States deported hundreds of migrants to Guatemala earlier this year, she said some of the deportees were healthy, although they tested positive after landing, authorities in the Central American nation said. “We understand that the United States wants to deport people, but what we don’t understand is that they are sending all the polluted flights,” Guatemalan President …

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Foci says we will soon see more scientists from the White House coronavirus group

“I think you’ll probably see a little more than me and my colleagues,” Fauci, a member of the White House’s coronavirus task force, told CNN’s global office on Thursday. “We’ve talked to the communications people and they realize that we need to extract some of this information, especially some scientific issues that I’m primarily responsible for, so hopefully we’ll see …

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Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to check on running partner

Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Minnesota Democrat, has been asked by Joe Biden to undergo a formal vetting to be considered his vice president, with one of several potential candidates now being screened by his aides before the final decision, according to people familiar with the move. In an interview with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night, Biden said “no one has …

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Trump’s advisers warn that McSally is in trouble

McConnell appears to be standing by the senator, noting that it is only May and the election has not yet succeeded, people familiar with the meeting said. A White House spokesman declined to comment, as did a Trump re-election spokesman. A McConnell spokesman said: “Leader McConnell fully supports Senator McSally and believes she is on her way to victory in …

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The man on Zoom Call with 20 others was killed by his son, police said

A 32-year-old man on Long Island was arrested and charged with murder on Thursday after fatally stabbing his father while he was in a Zoom video chat with about 20 people, authorities said. The father, 72-year-old Dwight Powers, took part in the Zoom call at his Dixon airline home in Amityville, New York, just after noon on Thursday when he …

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Isa is suing California over the mail election in November

Darrell Isa Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP Photo Auckland – Republican congressional candidate Darrell Isa and a Conservative group are able to block California’s passage to the November election through the mail. They are legally challenging Governor Gavin News’ directive that election officials send every registered voter ballot for the November election, making California the first state to go to …

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Nearly 1 in 4 New Yorkers need food as an ongoing pandemic

Nearly one in four New Yorkers lacks adequate food, the city said. Two months in a coronavirus pandemic with hundreds of thousands of people without a job, almost one in four New Yorkers needs food, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Thursday. To address the problem, the city plans to increase to 1.5 million meals, which it distributes every day …

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Warren participated in Medicare for All to become Biden’s vice president

Warren is trying to demonstrate his worth to the future Biden administration and interest in the job, without being too outspoken about it, which could lead to thunder. The Committee for Progressive Change, Warren’s top leader, was stifled by the idea of ​​electing her vice president instead of trying to draw attention to her legislative and political work on the …

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