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Labor Secretary Marty Walsh drew a parallel Friday between the continued fight over reopening schools for in-person instruction and the  April jobs report, which fell far short of experts’ predictions. The economy gained 266,000 new jobs in April, bringing the unemployment rate to 6.1%.  Experts had estimated 1 million new jobs in April with a 5.8...
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For the first time since 1968, the Department of Justice‘s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is seeking to update the legal definition of firearm in an effort to crack down on “ghost guns.”  The proposed rule seeks to redefine “frame or receiver” as well as classify more firearm kits as “complete” firearms, making them...
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In supporting its ruling, the court emphasized the importance of its decision affirming the right of the appellants, Sean Childers-Gray and Angie Rice, to have the ability to change their names and legal sex designations. “Language matters,” the court said. “We address appellants by their appropriate pronouns,” one footnote reads. “The ease with which we...
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Kim Kardashian is strutting her stuff. The 40-year-old reality star is never shy about showing a little skin online or about trying out new hairstyles, and one of her latest Instagram posts is no exception. On Thursday, Kardashian posted a steamy photo of herself working out while wearing a barely-there black swimsuit. The getup was...
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This is not that time. And, judging from the latest bipartisan rankings from CQ Roll Call, we aren’t going back there — for a very long time. The bipartisan scores, based on how often members of Congress voted with or against their party’s majority in 2020, reveal, well, very little bipartisanship. That dearth is particularly...
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A new episode of “Tucker Carlson Today” cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough discusses why more than a year into the pandemic, doctor’s still don’t have an official treatment protocol for coronavirus and tells host Tucker Carlson who he thinks shouldn’t get the vaccine. During the interview, McCullough says “something has gone off the rails in the...
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The Idaho middle school teacher who disarmed a sixth-grader who shot two students and a custodian Thursday said she loves “my students so much” and was “touched by all the incredible outpouring of love” while being hailed as a hero.  Krista Turnblom Gneiting was inside Rigby Middle School when she subdued the student who pulled a gun out of her backpack...
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That assurance could help assuage concerns on the right over her more moderate voting record, though she’s widely viewed as a virtual lock for the No. 3 job when the vote happens as soon as Wednesday. If Stefanik ultimately abides by her private assurance, which was first reported by Politico, there would be an open...
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Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Friday toured facilities at the southern border, touting how the Biden administration has emptied Border Patrol facilities — but warned that officials are seeing hundreds of unaccompanied children cross the border each day. Mayorkas toured the facility in Donna, Texas, which had been packed with more than 4,000 migrants...
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There were a litany of issues that reared their heads in the lead up to Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce after 27 years of marriage. Throughout their decades together, the billionaire couple reportedly had a “combo of things ” that prompted the split and the fact that their youngest child, Phoebe, is now an adult –...
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