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04 March 2021

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Elaine Chao Used DOT Resources For Personal Errands, Family Business, IG Report Says (3)
By Jaclyn Diaz Thursday, March 4, 2021 o 6:17 AM EST In her time as former President Donald Trump's Transportation Secretary, Elaine Chao repeatedly used her position and agency staff to help family members that run a shipping business with ties to China, in potential violation of federal ethics laws, according to an inspector general report. The findings were uncovered in a Transportation Department's inspector
Editorial Roundup: US (3)
Tweet By The Associated Press, Associated Press 2021/03/04 07:48 Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ___ March 2 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram on the Texas governor's decision to lift coronavirus restrictions: Before issuing his order to end mask mandates, Gov.
Ethiopia: The Unintended Consequence of Ethiopia's Civil War Might Be a Border War With Sudan (1)
3 March 2021 Atlantic Council Africa Center (Washington, DC) Blog By Cameron Hudson Ethiopia is at war with itself--and the international community is struggling to respond.
Terry Glavin: Canada stands by gawping while a travesty unfolds in Afghanistan (1)
The federal government should be working overtime on this issue, says NDP critic, who decries the Liberals' 'almost pathological ability to do nothing' Terry Glavin Mar 03, 2021 o Afghan men carry the coffin of one of three female media workers who were shot and killed by unknown gunmen, in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on March 3, 2021.
Places in Houston where you do and don't have to wear masks after mask mandate lift (2)
KTRK HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) - Starting next Wednesday Texas' mask mandate will be lifted and all businesses will be opened at 100% capacity, according to Gov.
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