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New York county lawmakers have passed a bill allowing police to sue protesters
The bill, passed by Nassau County's legislature, would allow police officers to sue anyone who harasses or injures them at a protest.
U.S. Sends Over 110M Surplus COVID Vaccines to More Than 60 Countries
The White House called the donation of vaccines a "fulfillment" of President Joe Biden's promise to donate vaccines to countries in need.
Voting Rights Groups Press Biden on Response to GOP Laws
Dozens of voting rights groups and left-leaning get-out-the-vote organizations said on Tuesday that they were sending a letter to the Biden administration demanding more aggressive action to pass federal voting legislation. The letter also criticizes...
The New York Times
Majorities Support Face Mask Mandates for Unvaccinated in Schools, Poll Finds
A new poll found that majorities support face covering requirements for teachers, staff and students who are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
U.S. News & World Report
CDC extends Trump-era policy that allows migrants to be expelled over COVID concerns
South Korea says North wants sanctions lifted before restarting nuclear talks
Editorial: Keep bad cops out of town
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Mortgage refinance rates on August 3, 2021: Rates dip
Woman dies in Arizona after hike with cop she met after online chats
First Covid antibody treatment to prevent infections authorized by FDA
Vivid Seats gets you the best seats in the house
The one policy that could challenge a century of fossil-fuel dominance
Cave markings point to sophisticated Neanderthals
3 employees shot at Smile Direct Club
'Like a bomb': Turkish farmers watch animals perish in flames
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UK 'on your side', Johnson tells Belarus opposition leader
UK finance giants plan to buy out fossil fuel plants in order to shut them