This week, after the Texas Supreme Court’s emergency order expired, a Texas judge was advised to stop implementing the key protections used by lessors to combat evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. .. Since September last year, lessees across the United States have postponed eviction of postponed rents through a mechanism called the CDC Declaration. Texas… Continue reading Texas lessees could lose after state Supreme Court refuses to renew emergency order
President Joe Biden. AP Biden said he had “broken heart” after the death of a police officer in the Capitol in an attack on the Capitol. Two police officers were injured in a car crashing into a parliamentary barricade. One of them is hospitalized. Biden ordered the White House flag to be half-masted to honor… Continue reading Biden said he was “broken heart” and ordered the White House flag to be half-masted in response to the death of a parliamentary police officer.
National Review Live in the White House, & c. In a television broadcast of “Town Hall,” President Biden admitted that he had never been to the White House’s residence until he became president. As you know, this is despite being Vice President for eight years. He also said: Living in the White House is very… Continue reading J & J, only the second Pfizer vaccine will be given at the MDC site starting next week
An Australian off-duty police officer was charged with drunk driving during a five-day Easter Road Safety Blitz in the Northern Territory. A 46-year-old police officer underwent a roadside breath test on Friday. It was set up as part of the region’s five-day Taren operation for drinking and drug driving, vehicle registration, and road resistance. Police… Continue reading Australian police officer charged with drunk driving during the death of Easter Road
Sanctions against Fatu Bensuda were announced after she began investigating war crimes in Afghanistan. The United States has lifted sanctions on the International Criminal Court (ICC) Supreme Prosecutor Fatubensuda. Sanctions have been imposed under former President Donald Trump on a court investigation into alleged war crimes by the United States in Afghanistan and the United… Continue reading U.S. lifts Trump-era sanctions on ICC prosecutors
Tennessee police are looking for a woman accused of shooting at Burger King’s drive-through window earlier this week. Burger King’s surveillance footage on Winchester Road in Memphis appears to show a woman with a black pistol. Fire towards the drive-through window On Tuesday, Memphis police said. “When we arrived at the scene, police advised that… Continue reading Burger King customers get angry at waiting times and fire through drive-throughs, according to Tennessee police.
Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) catchment area was hit by a widespread flood two weeks ago, with the potential for slight inundation. The last remaining New South Wales residents displaced from their homes by the floods have just been allowed to return, but another storm system is underway that can strike already flooded catchments. People… Continue reading More rain in northern New South Wales
The Daily Beast “I wanted to be a policeman” 13-year-old boy killed by Chicago police Dreaming of joining the GoFundMe police, the death of a 13-year-old boy shot by police in a “armed clash” this week horrified the crime-ridden city of Chicago and sought a response from the mayor. A medical inspector in Cook County… Continue reading Police officer killed in an attack outside the 18-year veteran parliament building
conversation White mobs rioted in Washington in 1848, defending slave owners’ rights after 76 black slaves failed to mass escape on a boat A lithograph of the abolitionist of the slave trade in Washington, DC, against the backdrop of the US Capitol. Library of Congress In the summer of 2020, the United States was not… Continue reading Burger King customers get angry at waiting times and fire through drive-throughs, according to Tennessee police.
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