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Michael Flynn reveals Grenel – The Washington Post

Unmasking is a routine practice used to identify a man from the United States who is anonymously mentioned in an intelligence document – in this case, the intermittent conversations of Sergei Kislyak, the then Russian ambassador who was the target of American surveillance. Current and former officials said disclosure could be a vital means of identifying potential spies or terrorists. …

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Amy Stevens, transgender Supreme Court plaintiff, dies at 59

Amy Stevens, whose potentially revolutionary case before the Supreme Court could have serious consequences for the fight for the civil rights of transgender people, died on Tuesday at her home in Michigan. She was 59. She died of complications related to kidney failure, according to the American Civil Liberties Union, which represented Ms. Stevens. Ms. Stevens was on dialysis for …

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Amy Stevens, transgender Supreme Court plaintiff, dies at 59

Amy Stevens, whose potentially revolutionary case before the Supreme Court could have serious consequences for the fight for the civil rights of transgender people, died on Tuesday at her home in Michigan. She was 59. She died of complications related to kidney failure, according to the American Civil Liberties Union, which represented Ms. Stevens. Mrs. Stevens was on dialysis for …

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CSU is moving to virtual training for fall 2020

The spring semester is coming to an end and has brought unprecedented challenges – and changes – to the California State University system, and its leaders are already planning to expand these measures in the fall. Final exams will be taken in practice, if at all. Students will graduate without a ceremony. And then, if the COVID-19 pandemic develops as …

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Illinois Coronavirus Update: Here’s what happens on Tuesday

Illinois officials announced 4,014 new known cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, at most one day after the pandemic began. The spike in newly confirmed cases was accompanied by the largest number of COVID-19 tests conducted nationwide over a 24-hour period. 29,266 tests reported on Tuesday exceeded the previous high of 20,671. The previous maximum for the new cases for one …

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The Supreme Court rules Trump ‘s lawyers over the president’ s unpublished tax returns American news

As the Supreme Court heard arguments about Donald Trump’s tax returns on Tuesday, Justice Sonia Sotomayor told the president’s lawyer that “there is a long and long history of Congress looking for records and getting them” from Oval Office residents. The other two liberals on the court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Brayer, filed for documents during the Watergate and …

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Democrats in competitions in Maine, North Carolina, Colorado, Senate receive great support from donors

Big money donors are rushing to support Democrats in competitive competition in the US Senate as they feel the opportunity to take back the House from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his fellow Republicans. These wealthy fundraisers are heading to places held by Republicans in Maine, Colorado, North Carolina and Arizona that are considered to be tossed this fall. They …

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Trump tells reporter Weijia Jiang to “ask China” to test COVID-19

CLOSE President Trump abruptly ended a White House briefing after an exchange with two female reporters that began with what he called a “nasty question.” USA TODAY President Donald Trump turned abruptly and walked away from an information briefing at the White House on Monday after telling a reporter he “wants China” in response to a question about coronavirus testing …

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3 Upstate N.Y. Regions may begin reopening on Friday: live updates

Three high-ranking New York regions are ready to reopen. In the most concrete step towards restoring New York life, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said on Monday that the region’s three weekends should partially open this weekend, with limited construction, manufacturing and limited retail. It has been nearly 10 weeks since the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in the state. …

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