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29.07.2021 Rubio to roll out bill requiring review of CDC decision-making after reversal in mask guidance
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio on Thursday plans to roll out a measure that would direct the Government Accountability Office to review the decision-making process for public health messaging at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the agency reversed its guidance on mask-wearing for vaccinated individuals.
29.07.2021 White House says COVID eviction moratorium will expire Saturday after Supreme Court ruling
The White House on Thursday called on Congress to pass legislation to extend the federal eviction moratorium past Saturday, when it is scheduled to expire after a ruling from the Supreme Court.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza was physically blocked from Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee after confronting him about the state’s impending contract with the Providence Teachers Union Wednesday.
29.07.2021 Gov. Abbott denies requests from mayor and judge to enforce masks in schools, government buildings
The mayor of San Antonio plans to ask permission from Gov. Greg Abbott to enforce mask wearing in schools and government buildings after the Republican governor shot down talks of mask mandates in the state.
It was scheduled to launch in 2007, but the 13m-long, 20-tonne laboratory is finally in position.
A tiny landlocked European country surrounded by Italy, San Marino enjoyed a breakout moment at Tokyo 2020 on Thursday, winning its first ever first Olympic medal.
29.07.2021 Capitol Police ordered to arrest staff and visitors not wearing masks after new House mandate
United States Capitol Police (USCP) were ordered to start arresting visitors and staff who refuse to wear a mask on the House side of the Capitol complex starting Thursday, according to a police memo issued by new USCP Chief Thomas Manger that was obtained by a member of Congress.
29.07.2021 Rep. Mace tweets video in defiance of House mask mandate: 'Madam Speaker, come and get me'
Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., posted a video to Twitter Thursday morning stating that she will not go along with the House’s newly-announced mask mandate given that she has had COVID-19 and is fully vaccinated, and she dared House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to do something about it.
The Black Lives Matter Rhode Island chapter is demanding Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse cut all ties with an exclusive Newport beach club or resign.
29.07.2021 House Republicans call for renewal of wall construction contracts in new border security plan
House Republicans on Thursday are introducing their solution to securing the U.S. southern border, including renewal of border wall construction contracts, investment in advanced technologies and a bolstering in support for federal law enforcement officers.
USA's Sunisa Lee won the women's all-around gymnastics gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday as Simone Biles cheered on from the stands at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre.
A Maine church is asking the Supreme Court to block restrictions against houses of worship during the coronavirus pandemic, claiming that limiting its ability to hold religious services while exempting other activities and businesses for being "essential" violates its rights under the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.
Two groups working to recall liberal San Francisco district attorney Chesa Boudin have raised nearly double the funds than two groups supporting the left-wing DA.
With California's coronavirus surge worsening, officials are unveiling new rules and redoubling efforts to get more people to wear masks in an urgent push to boost vaccinations and slow the spread of the Delta variant.
Simone Biles, the US gymnast who withdrew from Tokyo 2020 Olympic events to prioritize her mental health, has thanked fans for their "love and support" amid an outpouring of praise and well wishes from people around the world.
29.07.2021 Loeffler group says in brief judge should dismiss 'inflammatory' DOJ suit against Georgia voting law
FIRST ON FOX: Former Sen. Kelly Loeffler's voting group, Greater Georgia, is filing a brief Thursday in the Northern District of Georgia calling for a judge to dismiss the Department of Justice's lawsuit against Georgia over its controversial new election security law, which Democrats say equates to voter suppression.
29.07.2021 Two groups of eligible 9/11 survivors, families face deadline to register with Victim Compensation F
Thursday marks the last day that two eligible groups of people can register with the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) based on previously diagnosed illnesses related to 9/11.
More than a day after issuing new guidance that vaccinated people should wear masks indoors, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has yet to release the data behind its decision.
For years, Australia's Jessica Fox was among those pushing to get women's canoe slalom accepted as an Olympic sport.