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Month: December 2020

Trump budget director accuses Biden team of ‘false statements’ in latest transition spat

President Donald Trump’s budget director is accusing President-elect Joe Biden’s team of issuing “false statements” regarding his office’s cooperation during the ongoing transition, insisting the office has been fully transparent over the course of 45 meetings. Still, in a letter to Biden’s transition chief dated Thursday, Office of Management and Budget Director Russell Vought said

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John Roberts praises ‘unsung heroes’ of pandemic and sidesteps election controversies in annual report

Chief Justice John Roberts sidestepped the roiling controversy over election results on Thursday instead using his annual report to recall the nation’s early history combating pandemics and to praise the “unsung heroes” in the judicial branch as they confronted Covid-19. Roberts’ report reflects a clear desire to keep the court and its work out of

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Hospital worker suspected of spoiling hundreds of COVID vaccine doses arrested

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Authorities arrested a suburban Milwaukee pharmacist Thursday suspected of deliberately ruining hundreds of doses of coronavirus vaccine by removing it from refrigeration for two nights. The Grafton Police Department said the former Advocate Aurora Health pharmacist was arrested on suspicion of reckless endangerment, adulterating a prescription drug and criminal damage to

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Elementary school teacher charged with sexually abusing child, state police say

Click here for updates on this story     ADAMS COUNTY, Pennsylvania (WGAL) — A second grade teacher in the Gettysburg School District is charged with sexually abusing a child, according to Pennsylvania State Police. Vincent Marfia, 50, faces charges that include involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault and corruption of minors. State police said the alleged

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Police discipline all major crimes supervisors in “dead pool” incident

Click here for updates on this story     HARTFORD, Connecticut (WFSB) — Hartford Police Department leadership announced the “dead pool” investigation has concluded and Major Crimes supervisors have been disciplined. According to a memo from Chief Jason Thody, he will be disciplining all three Major Crimes Division supervisors who received the text message. At the request

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