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The Supreme Court is telling California it can’t enforce a ban on indoor church services because of the coronavirus pandemic. The high court issued orders late Friday in two cases where churches had sued over coronavirus-related restrictions in the state. The high court said that for now, California can’t ban indoor worship in areas where virus cases are surging, but it can cap indoor services at 25 percent of a building’s capacity. The justices also declined to stop the state from barring singing and chanting at services. The court’s three liberal justices dissented. -AP
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President Biden on Thursday revived his vague claim that he has been “shot at” in danger zones overseas, a dubious one he’s usually told when campaigning for office. Critics have drawn comparisons with a similar claim once made by Hillary Rodham Clinton regarding her 1996 visit as first lady to Bosnia. - Washington Times
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By Helen Coster - Electronic voting systems maker Smartmatic on Thursday sued Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News cable network and Rudolph Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump, claiming they defamed the company by falsely accusing it of helping to rig the U.S. presidential election in favor of Joe Biden. The suit, filed in New York County Supreme Court, also names as defendants - Reuters
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The Supreme Court is telling California it can’t enforce a ban on indoor church services because of the coronavirus pandemic. The high court issued orders late Friday in two cases where churches had sued over coronavirus-related restrictions in the state. The high court said that for now, California can’t ban indoor worship in areas where virus cases are surging, but it can cap indoor services at 25 percent of a building’s capacity. The justices also declined to stop the state from barring singing and chanting at services. The court’s three liberal justices dissented. -AP
177 views · Feb 6th
President Biden on Thursday revived his vague claim that he has been “shot at” in danger zones overseas, a dubious one he’s usually told when campaigning for office. Critics have drawn comparisons with a similar claim once made by Hillary Rodham Clinton regarding her 1996 visit as first lady to Bosnia. - Washington Times
268 views · Feb 5th
By Helen Coster - Electronic voting systems maker Smartmatic on Thursday sued Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News cable network and Rudolph Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump, claiming they defamed the company by falsely accusing it of helping to rig the U.S. presidential election in favor of Joe Biden. The suit, filed in New York County Supreme Court, also names as defendants - Reuters
112 views · Feb 4th