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As Courts Restore Operations, COVID-19 Creates a New Normal For more than 230 years, the federal Judiciary has spanned the horseback era to the internet age, but in one key respect it has never changed. Just as in the nation’s earliest years, the Constitution still requires federal courts to conduct many critical legal proceedings inContinue reading “Daily News”

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Australia to manufacture ‘promising’ virus vaccine and give free to citizens Australia has secured access to a “promising” potential coronavirus vaccine, the prime minister announced Tuesday, saying the country would manufacture it and offer free doses to the entire population. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia had reached a deal with Swedish-British pharmaceutical company AstraZenecaContinue reading “Daily News”

News, August 12th

Amazon fires a ‘lie’, says Brazil’s Bolsonaro Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has said it is a “lie” that fires are ravaging the Amazon rainforest, despite data from his own government showing the number of blazes is rising. The far-right leader has faced international condemnation for presiding over huge fires and rising deforestation in the AmazonContinue reading “News, August 12th”

News, August 11th

Belarus opposition rejects election results amid calls for more protests – Belarus’ main opposition candidate has rejected the official result of the presidential election that handed a landslide victory to the country’s authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday, hours after security forces violently crackdown on protests who had challenge the result. There were chaotic scenesContinue reading “News, August 11th”

News, August 7th

Brazil decree to provide US$356 million for coronavirus vaccine – Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro issued a decree on Thursday (August 6) to provide BRL1.9 billion (US$356 million) in funds to purchase and eventually produce a COVID-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca PLC and Oxford University researchers. Brazil’s Acting Health Minister General Eduardo Pazuello said theContinue reading “News, August 7th”

News, August 6th

75 years after the bomb, Hiroshima still chooses ‘reconciliation and hope’ – In a video message delivered to a Peace Memorial Ceremony in Japan on Thursday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has paid tribute to the victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, which devastated the city in 1945. “Seventy-five years ago, a single nuclear weaponContinue reading “News, August 6th”

News, August 1st

2020 Buffalo Chip Signature Rides – Graced with geological wonders and unbridled beauty, riding in the Black Hills is almost transcendental. This magic is a big reason rider come from the four corners of the earth to ride here each August during the Sturgis Rally. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a first-timer, one ofContinue reading “News, August 1st”

News, July 31st

Aftermath: Trump’s Black Hills trip – When the dust settled from the demonstration against Donald Trump’s reelection campaign stop here at Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, a petition and a follow-up event rose from the civil disobedience action, as foretold. The petition entitled “Return Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills to the Lakota!” states: “In 1877,Continue reading “News, July 31st”

News, July 28th

‘It’s a tough hand’: Brutal year gets even worse for McConnell – Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is trying to pull off something of a miracle. With less than 100 days until voter’s head to the polls, Senate Republicans are in trouble. More than 30 million Americans are out of work, tens of thousands ofContinue reading “News, July 28th”