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A firearms-toting congresswoman-elect who owns a gun-themed restaurant in Rifle, Colorado, has already asked Capitol Police about carrying her weapon on Capitol grounds, her office has acknowledged. The practice is allowed for lawmakers, with some limitations, under decades-old congressional regulations. The public is barred from carrying weapons in the Capitol, its grounds and office buildings.
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Computer repairman who claimed he gave Hunter Biden data to Giuliani closes shop as laptop saga gets stranger
Computer repairman John Paul Mac Isaac, who gave a copy of the laptop to Rudy Giuliani, shuttered his Delaware store and a neighbor said he left town.
The GOP senator's "guarantee" got so many things wrong, it's not even funny.
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Right now, it's hard to find a bright spot in the U.S. in terms of pandemic news. The lead up to Thanksgiving has seen the worst fears of many medical experts come true as new COVID case numbers skyrocket from coast to coast. But there is one state that has managed to keep coronavirus in check. Right now, Hawaii is the only state in the nation without "uncontrolled spread" of COVID. Read on to find out how Hawaii compares to other states, and for more on the week ahead, beware that If You're Doing This, You Won't Be Totally Safe From COVID on Thanksgiving.Based on data from CovidExitStrategy.org, which analyzes COVID metrics from across the U.S., including positive test rates and hospitalizations, the Aloha State is currently marked as yellow, which means "caution warranted." And while that may not sound like the best position to be in, as of Nov. 24, Hawaii is the only state that can currently can claim it: All other 49 states are currently marked as deep red, the highest risk level, which represents "uncontrolled spread" of the novel coronavirus.Even though Hawaii has seen a few surges of COVID cases land on its shores throughout the year, the island state has been able to keep outbreaks under control recently. According to CovidExitStrategy, new cases are down seven percent in the past two weeks, and the state has the lowest positive test rate in the U.S. at 2.1 percent. Its rate of 75 new cases per day per million people is also the lowest in the nation.Unfortunately, many states are seeing numbers on the opposite end of the spectrum. Read on to see which states are seeing the worst outbreaks as of Nov. 24, based on daily new cases, and for more on what may be in store for your neck of the woods, check out This Is How Close Your State Is to Locking Down.Read the original article on Best Life. 10 KansasNew cases per million people per day: 94714-day change in COVID cases: +35 percentAnd if you're working out your holiday plans, know that If You Have This COVID Symptom, Don't Go to Thanksgiving, Dr. Fauci Says. 9 UtahNew cases per million people per day: 1,05314-day change in COVID cases: +31 percent 8 WisconsinNew cases per million people per day: 1,10714-day change in COVID cases: +5 percentAnd for more on what's happening in your area, check out This Is How Bad the COVID Outbreak Is in Your State. 7 MontanaNew cases per million people per day: 1,11714-day change in COVID cases: +39 percent 6 MinnesotaNew cases per million people per day: 1,15214-day change in COVID cases: +40 percentAnd for more on how we might be able to wind down the pandemic, check out These Are the COVID Vaccine Side Effects Doctors Are Worried About. 5 NebraskaNew cases per million people per day: 1,17414-day change in COVID cases: +23 percent 4 South DakotaNew cases per million people per day: 1,22214-day change in COVID cases: -11 percentAnd for more on how your holiday might be different this year, check out If You Live in These States, Your Thanksgiving Gathering Has Restrictions. 3 New MexicoNew cases per million people per day: 1,27414-day change in COVID cases: +125 percentAnd for more regular COVID updates, sign up for our daily newsletter. 2 WyomingNew cases per million people per day: 1,54014-day change in COVID cases: +35 percent 1 North DakotaNew cases per million people per day: 1,59614-day change in COVID cases: -7 percentAnd for expert advice on venues you should avoid, check out 4 Places Dr. Fauci Says He Wouldn't Go Right Now.