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During the pandemic, jobless Americans have seen changes in who gets benefits, how much money they get, and for how long.
It remains unclear whether the teenager will be charged as a juvenile or as an adult
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia's second most populous state reported a locally acquired COVID-19 case for the first time in more than two months on Tuesday, sending authorities scrambling to find the source of the infection amid concern about a new outbreak. A man in his 30s, who returned from India in mid-April and completed mandatory two-week hotel quarantine in neighbouring South Australia, tested positive for the virus after developing symptoms over the weekend, authorities said. Though Australia has largely eradicated the virus with border closures, Victoria has had most of the coronavirus cases and deaths and spent much of 2020 in lockdown.
Secret Service agents are prohibited from dating the people they are protecting
Police still looking for big cat spotted in videos after owner was arrested
U.S. stocks hit a one-month low on Tuesday as speculation that rising inflation pressure could prompt interest rate hikes sooner rather than later dragged on shares and hobbled the dollar, which hovered near a 2-1/2-month low. Technology stocks were among the biggest losers, mirroring a sell-off in China, where talk of tighter regulation sent technology shares skidding. But U.S. shares clawed back some of their losses over the course of the day, with the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite reversing the bulk of its early 2% decline.
Republicans in the Senate Rules Committee rejected an amendment to the For The People Act that would ban states from restricting volunteers from handing out food or water to people standing in line to vote. The amendment was proposed by Senator Jon Ossoff of Georgia – where Republicans have recently passed a law that criminalises giving out food and water to voters at the polls – as part of his Voter Access to Water Act. Republicans have claimed that allowing people to hand out food and water would encourage electioneering at the polls, which is already illegal.
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Aiden Fucci, 14, has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his 13-year-old classmate
‘We heard a crack, and I literally saw all my best friends and my girlfriend fall 15 feet to the rocks,’ a witness says
‘I was terrified I was about to go to jail over a pair of shorts’
“We’re gonna need a bigger beach!”
‘Looking back, I didn’t think it would be this ridiculous. It’s embarrassing to be a state senator at this point,’ says Arizona State Senator Paul Boyer
A further 50 corpses are found on embankments, this time in Uttar Pradesh, as India battles Covid.
Anthony Antonio’s lawyer says he watched network for months before being part of attack on Capitol
Host cites report suggesting CDC using a misleading number to describe outdoor coronavirus transmission
Does Tim Tebow deserve another shot in the NFL and does it even matter anymore?
Fallout from cyberattack continues as hacking incident takes on geopolitical dimension
Drivers face gas prices of $3 a gallon following the Colonial Pipeline hack. Prices could rise further, but the AAA urged against panic buying.
Cleveland Cavaliers assistant Lindsay Gottlieb named USC's women's basketball coach. She coached California to the Final Four in 2014.
Critic of former president says he would be first to board a ‘lifeboat’ if GOP sinks