Advertising Senate Majority Leader Schumer got emotional on the Senate floor as he discussed voting rights and Trump and the GOP’s destruction of democracy. Video: Chuck Schumer is fired up on the Senate floor as he calls Trump despicable for pushing the Big Lie that gave Republicans states cover to destroy voting rights. pic.twitter.com/Qq3Kg6W8zG ’
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Advertising Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that legislation to protect the right to vote rigs elections for Democrats. Video: Mitch McConnell claimed that allowing people to vote rigs elections for Democrats as he announced that he is leading Republicans in blocking the For The People Act. pic.twitter.com/xtRVGTEHKT ’ Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) June
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White working-class pupils have been let down by decades of neglect in the English education system, according to a controversial MPs’ report which warns that schools could be breaking the law by promoting “divisive” terminology like “white privilege”. MPs on the Conservative-dominated Commons education committee examined why poor white children underperform compared to other disadvantaged
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A 57% majority of Americans say that, based on what they’ve heard about the audits conducted or proposed by legislatures in some states, they view them as “partisan efforts to undermine valid election results.” Just a third say they see them more as “legitimate efforts to identify potential voting irregularities.” Further, 40% of the public
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England manager Gareth Southgate has dismissed questions over Harry Kane’s form, claiming his captain faces a “repetitive cycle” of criticism that he “inevitably” comes through. Kane has been substituted in England’s first two Euro 2020 group-stage fixtures, with the Spurs striker’s sub-par performances leading to Southgate facing questions over whether he would consider dropping him.
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Barrie McDermott Rugby League Expert & Columnist @RLBarrieMc10 Watch England take on the Combined Nations All Stars, live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena on Friday from 8pm Last Updated: 21/06/21 9:48pm Sam Tomkins looks set to start at full-back for England Barrie McDermott casts his eye over the big battles that
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Amid several Republican-led states revamping voting and election law, a new poll shows that when it comes to things like voter ID and easier access to early voting, there is widespread support from Democrats, Republicans, and independents. The poll by Monmouth University shows some interesting results in regards to how Democrats and Republicans are thinking,
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Andy Burnham has called on Nicola Sturgeon to justify the “totally disproportionate” travel ban between the north-west of England and Scotland in an open letter. The mayor of Greater Manchester intervened after Sturgeon extended the ban on non-essential travel ’ it was already in place for Bolton and Blackburn with Darwen ’ to Manchester and
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Sunlight reflects on towers of the Ivanpah solar plant in California, the world’s largest solar power facility. Credit: Joe Sohm Getty Images Advertisement Hybrid power systems ’ such as those that combine solar arrays with battery storage ’ could help the United States fight climate change and meet rising demands for electricity, according to new
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Credit: Getty Images Advertisement Lockdowns enacted during the early days of the pandemic saved millions of lives and prevented tens of millions of infections. But in most places, quarantine measures were never perfectly implemented. While governments have the power to close businesses and other places where people publicly gather, mandates in the U.S. did not
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The legislative dilemma comes to a head in this summer’s sprint before the August recess, with the push to enact roughly $4 trillion of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure and social agenda — something that could lead to a huge victory for the 22-year Senate veteran or could all collapse and prompt a fresh round of
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