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The ACLU and NAACP are demanding answers after police kneed and tased these Black teenagers. The teens were then arrested for vaping in an area of the boardwalk where it wasn't allowed.

Vladimir Putin has a HIGHER approval rating than Biden among Republicans, new poll reveals

@RepMarkMeadows : "President Trump would not only carry on conversations with reporters, but it wasn't scripted...Joe Biden gets a short list of people that he should call o @JosephPinion ."

U.S. Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, who lured Capitol rioters away from senators on January 6, threw the ceremonial first pitch at Friday's Washington Nationals game against the New York Mets. 📸: AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster

Mamata Banerjee fought & won West Bengal polls on her own. Despite all kinds of remarks & attacks, Bengalis showed their willpower. Bengal which gave a new lease of life to freedom struggle with two words - Vande Mataram, has shown what needs to be done for freedom:Maharashtra CM

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Weekend reads: • AP: Some U.S. military guns used in violent crimes. • The story of Juneteenth, the new federal holiday. • Thinner Mints: Girl Scouts have millions of unsold cookies. • U.S. documents solve mystery of war criminal Tojo's remains.

The source of Chuck Todd's confusion: To chronicle the power game for insiders who have to deal with the "ins" is one direction. If your mission is to inform and alert a democratic public, that's a different direction. These are distinct practices. Not to choose is malpractice.

ICYMI: Arctic ice is receding more quickly than ever before, a German researcher who led the largest expedition in the area, said

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Scoops of the Day

Car insurance Ireland: ‘I was quoted €7,946 for insurance as a learner driver. In Scotland, I pay €580’ – how young motorists are being priced out by insurers

Two executives of Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily, charged under a national-security law, were denied bail in a case that has drawn international condemnation and stoked fears over media freedom

UN special envoy's report to Security Council on Myanmar junta: "Some 600 people have been killed in the nearly five months since the coup, she said, and 6,000 arrested, with 5,000 still in detention. Around 100 people have “disappeared” without trace."

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Palestinians hurt after Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday ⤵️ Read more:

The origins of the chant have mostly been lost to history, but it is believed to date to a Mexican club match in 2007. There is debate over whether the chant is derogatory since the offending word can have many meanings in Spanish, one of which is a slur used to demean gay men.

The biggest news story of the moment @ProPublica 's reporting on the #SecretIRSFiles , a trove of leaked tax data on the wealthiest people in America that show that they pay effectively no tax, through perfectly legal means. 1/

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NRA member @shooter_danyela  started shooting competitively at 11 years old and hasn't stopped since. Danyela is spot on – Joe Biden is dead wrong on firearms. The AR-15 is America's most popular rifle used for marksmanship competitions, training, and self-defense.

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Palestinian children fly kites in occupied Gaza with portraits of the 66 children who were killed during 11 days of Israeli attacks on Palestinian people.

"What patriots do? We fucking disarm them, and then we storm the fucking Capitol. Fuck you!" Judge Lamberth has approved the release of a few videos presented as evidence in the case against Scott Fairlamb, who remains detained.

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Scoops of the Week

Israeli police blocked off parts of occupied East Jerusalem before a far-right Israeli march. Israel's govt defended the march, saying protest is "a right in all democracies" — but police arrested Palestinian counter-protesters and forcibly cleared Palestinian residents.

“I’m going to confront anyone that lies” about Jan. 6, says DC police officer Michael Fanone. “While these members are betraying their oath, thousands of … police officers were fulfilling their oath and continue to do so every day.”

"And uh, I've said before and I apologize for the - Oh, I didn't Jake Sullivan from the State Department [inaudible]. I'm leaving out a lot of people here I apologize. I'm going to get in trouble. But, anyway, we'll get back to that. But um we um you know..." - President Biden.

When Indian companies do business or pharma companies go to manufacture in US, do they follow American laws or not? If you have to do business here, you're welcome to criticize PM, all of us.. but you've to obey India's constitution & rules: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

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Challenged on the Covid crisis in social care, Matt Hancock said “we did not have” a list of all elderly care homes early on. But as @FactCheck  has found, there is a list and it seems to have been online throughout the pandemic. Read the full analysis:

40 million vaccines. One of the lowest COVID rates in the country. California is BACK and fully reopen!

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President Biden is asked by CNN’s Jeff Zeleny about if he still believes Vladimir Putin is a “killer” Watch what happens:

Joe Biden says he gave Putin a list of “critical infrastructures” that should be “off limits” from cyber attacks

Biden appears to have 'cheat sheet' at summit meeting with Putin

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Nearly a dozen Fox News guests presented as concerned parents or educators who oppose the teaching of so-called “critical race theory” in schools also have day jobs as Republican strategists, conservative think-tankers, or right-wing media personalities

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