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Biden Worked With Allies To Speak Out On China and Russia. Now The Hard Part Begins

The Senate unanimously approved a bill that would make Juneteenth, the date commemorating the end of chattel slavery in the U.S., a legal public holiday.

More than 309 million doses of the coronavirus have been administered in the U.S., fully vaccinating over 144 million people or 43.4% of the total U.S. population. The latest data:

Trump Pressed The Justice Department To Reverse The Election Results, Documents Show

JUST IN: The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic has now passed 600,000, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. While vaccinations have helped cut the death rate, there are still about 375 deaths per day on average.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he and President Biden reached an agreement to start negotiations on cybersecurity, but took no responsibility for cyberattacks and election meddling that U.S. intelligence has blamed on Russia and Russian criminals.

How A Former NYC Principal Is Trying To Make Congress Work For His Community

#BREAKING : In a 7-2 ruling, the Supreme Court has thrown out a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, holding that the plaintiffs in the case lacked standing.


#BREAKING : The Supreme Court has delivered a historic victory for LGBTQ workers, ruling that the federal law that bars sex discrimination in employment does apply to LGBTQ employees.

#BREAKING : President Trump has falsely claimed that he has won the 2020 election. That is wrong. Millions of votes are still being counted in key states.

#BREAKING : Joe Biden has selected Kamala Harris as his running mate. She'll be the first African American nominated for vice president by a major party.

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