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A 45-year-old man has been charged on multiple counts after he was caught on video accosting a black family with racial slurs at their home. @ericaracheltv  speaks to the family facing hurt and pain amid rising tensions here and south of the border.

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DESANTIS: "If you're trying to deny kids a proper in-person education, I'm gonna stand in your way... If you're trying to restrict people, impose mandates, ruin their jobs... If you try to lock people down, I am standing in your way."

Will @bts_bighit  come to your birthday party? Who joined BTS first? Can BTS cook? The Bangtan Boys answer all these questions and much, much more: #BTS_Butter  #PermissiontoDance  #BTSARMY 

Buried in the 2700 page infrastructure bill:

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NEW: In 2019 Japan gifted Sec State Mike Pompeo a $5,800 bottle of whiskey. Now, State says it has no idea where it went and is investigating its whereabouts. It's against law to take gift from foreigner over $390. Pompeo says he knows nothing about bottle

Happy birthday Meghan Markle! Thank you for your vision for an equal future.

People in Japan donated their old phones to make 5,000 Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals

A 28-year-old patient died of Covid in Missouri. A college student was admitted to intensive care. Young adults are showing up in Louisiana ERs, desperately ill. Is the Delta variant making young adults “sicker, quicker?”

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DOOCY: "People are coming in record numbers. Does [Biden] think his immigration plan is working?" @PressSecPsaki : "We're still at work improving a system that was very broken when we took office."

A coroner in Missouri says he has omitted Covid-19 from death certificates — a move that has contributed to a lower number of reported coronavirus fatalities in the small northern region.

Press sec. Psaki says White House is working with TX, FL governors on COVID response, but "there are leaders who are not stepping up, and are getting in the way of the American people, companies and others who are trying to save lives...we are going to keep calling that out."