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Lightning deaths tumble ‘dramatically’ over 2 decades across US, but pains restful lingers

In the early hours of June 5 as protesters took to the streets of  Washington, D.C. to protest after the death of George Floyd, two Nationals Guardsmen posted near Lafayette Square were hurt in a nearby lightning strike.The two soldiers were transported to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening after being in “close…

Extremely effective documentaries inspecting African-American abilities in The US now on hand on Fox Nation

A number of powerful documentaries examining the African-American experience in America are now available on Fox Nation.”They Fight” documents the journey of a team of young boxers and their coach, who train in Washington, D.C.’s Ward 8, the most impoverished part of that city.The fighters and their volunteer coach all have their challenges to overcome, including a lack…

CBP chief says 95 percent of illegal immigrants being returned fairly than detained

The overwhelming majority of those trying to enter the country illegally are being “expeditiously” returned rather than put into detention, in part because of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) order in March to combat the coronavirus crisis, the head of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) testified Thursday.The CDC order, issued in late March…

Navy to discontinue the usage of photos on officers’ records, citing racial bias concerns

The U.S. Army is dropping the use of photographs in officers’ personnel files when being considered for promotions and other matters in an effort to stamp out unconscious bias, officials announced Thursday.The move is part of Project Inclusion, an initiative designed to address possible racial disparities within America’s largest fighting force. The elimination of photos for Army officer selection…

Luke Bryan shares rescheduled 2021 Proud to Be Factual Right here tour dates

Luke Bryan has revealed the new dates for his Proud to Be Right Here tour.The 43-year-old country music star took to social media on Thursday to make the announcement, noting that he will hit the road starting in May 2021 in Youngstown, Ohio. He will end his tour in October in Mountain View, Calif.”With the health and safety…

Authorized professional sues Cuomo over ‘unconstitutional’ 14-day quarantine for out-of-converse guests

An attorney filed a lawsuit and sought an emergency temporary restraining order against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday over new restrictions requiring individuals traveling to the region from states experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases to self-quarantine, arguing it is an “abridgment” of his right to travel and “unconstitutional.”California-based attorney Jon Corbett, who…

Sen. Kevin Cramer: Most police officers peaceable heroes – and so they deserve this from public, politicians

On June 2, as Minneapolis and cities across the nation saw millions take to the streets to protest, I attended the funeral of Grand Forks Police Officer Cody Holte.Twenty-nine-year-old Cody, a family friend, was killed by a man who fired 41 rounds at police officers as they attempted to serve him an eviction notice. Cody leaves behind…

Biden slammed after wrongly announcing ‘we procure now over 120 million needless from COVID’

Republicans are slamming Joe Biden after the presumptive Democratic nominee made a verbal gaffe during a campaign stop in Pennsylvania and said 120 million people had died from the novel coronavirus.“People don’t have a job, people don’t know where to go, they don’t know what to do,” Biden said Thursday. “Now we have over 120 million…

Michigan Gov. Whitmer can retain gyms closed amid coronavirus reopening, federal appeals court docket tips

A federal appeals court in Michigan has worked out that gym customers won’t be returning to their indoor sweat sessions just yet.Gov. Gretchen Whitmer scored a victory late Wednesday night when the panel stayed a lower court ruling that would have lifted her coronavirus shutdowns of gyms in the southern part of the state.“Today three…

Strzok notes existing Obama, Biden weighed in on Flynn case at the same time as Comey downplayed it: lawyers

Michael Flynn’s lawyers said newly uncovered notes from former FBI official Peter Strzok indicate then-FBI Director James Comey appeared to downplay Flynn’s calls during the presidential transition with Russia’s ambassador as “legit” during a meeting where then-President Barack Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden also weighed in.The handwritten notes, purportedly penned by Strzok, were submitted by Flynn’s…