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Salon

Trump's coup came so close to working — do the American people even care?

More "revelations" about the Trump regime's crimes against democracy and the American people continue. Last Friday, it was reported that last December Donald Trump tried to order the Justice Department to declare the 2020 presidential election "illegal" and "corrupt," paving the way for nullifying or overturning it completely. CNN reports...
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Vice

Veterinarian Pleads Guilty to Making Animal Torture Porn

On Thursday, a veterinarian in Aventura, Florida pleaded guilty to sexually abusing pets under his care, and to making "crush videos," where animals are trampled, stepped on or smashed to death for sexual gratification. According a Department of Justice press release, Prentiss Madden, medical director at Caring Hands animal hospital,...
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Axios

Trump urges federal judge to block release of tax returns to Congress

Former President Trump's attorneys on Wednesday asked a federal judge to prevent the Treasury Department from releasing his tax returns to Congress, NBC News reports. Driving the news: The Justice Department last week said the Treasury Department "must" release Trump's tax returns to the House Ways and Means Committee, finding that the committee had "invoked sufficient reasons" for requesting the documents.
Georgia Statefox5atlanta.com

Georgia senator says new bill would establish statutory federal right to vote

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A U.S. senator from Georgia is taking a statutory approach to counter state election laws like the one enacted this year in his home state. Sen. Jon Ossoff, D-Ga., announced Wednesday he introduced the "Right to Vote Act," which he said would create the first-ever affirmative Federal voting rights guarantee for all U.S. citizens.
Houghton County, MIDaily Mining Gazette

Under investigation: No updates in cause of Fifth Street fire

CALUMET — There is still no word on the cause of a fire that raged through the 100 block of Fifth Street on Friday, May 21, 2021, and destroyed several buildings in the village’s historic business district, the Houghton County Sheriff’s Office said on Tuesday. Detective Lieutenant Josh Saaranen told...
New Orleans, LAbrproud.com

Attorney General gives guidance to get around school COVID mandates

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has sent an email blast to his Department of Justice employees to help them “safeguard their loved ones’ mental, social, and emotional wellness from government mandates.”. The Attorney General sent his team two forms families can use to object to mask...
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The Staten Island Advance

NYC new vaccine mandate for restaurants, gyms and more: Here’s what you need to know

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Following a nationwide precedent-setting action on Tuesday when Mayor Bill de Blasio issued new vaccine mandates for all employees and patrons of restaurants, gyms and performance venues, New Yorkers will now have to show proof they received the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to participate in many indoor social activities in the Big Apple.
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