Mayor Dayton Nan Whaley / President / Wednesday

Mayor of Dayton Nan Whaley: "I've heard that [President Trump's] coming Wednesday but I have not gotten a call. And you know he might be going to Toledo, I don't know."

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Mayor Dayton Nan Whaley / President / Wednesday

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My heart is breaking for Daunte Wright's family and loved ones. There must be an immediate and transparent investigation into what happened and why a Black man's life was lost at the hands of law enforcement.

On behalf of her family, it is with great sadness that we announce that Shirley Williams, Baroness Williams of Crosby, died peacefully in the early hours of this morning.

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Fauci is at it again. "It’s still not ok for vaccinated Americans to eat and drink indoors."

Announcement that Salk polio vaccine “works” and "is safe, effective, and potent” was today 1955:

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"This is a war like situation. We only win this a war if stop playing the blame game": Dr. Ashok Seth, Chairman, Fortis Heart Institute#Coronavirus  #COVID19  #NewsToday  | @sardesairajdeep 

Prince Philip was "a practical man who could take something very traditional, whether a machine or a great national institution and find a way, by his own ingenuity, to improve it, to adapt it for the 20th and 21st century", says PM Boris Johnson Latest:

We need a fully independent review & not just into Cameron's activities This Government is riddled with cronyism from #Westferry  to #Covid  contracts. Cameron could do what he did because the door was open

France bans short-haul domestic flights where there's an alternative train service, after recommendation from citizens' assembly on climate Meanwhile, UK considers abolishing domestic air passenger duty Who's the climate leader, PM?

Fear of catching Covid-19 keeps millions out of the workforce, hampering the economy and adding an unpredictable factor to any recovery.

March Survey: Inflation expectations reached 3.2% at the one-year horizon (pictured below) and 3.1% at the three-year horizon; both measures have increased steadily over the past five months and are now at their highest levels since mid-2014.

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