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US Supreme Court sides with religious groups on virus rules (17)
2020-11-27 The US Supreme Court has barred New York from imposing coronavirus restrictions on houses of worship in a ruling likely to be heralded by conservatives as a victory for religious freedoms. Services should not be treated differently from permitted secular gatherings, said the unsigned ruling, one of the first since the appointment of Justice Amy Coney Barrett tipped the court's balance to the conservatives.
Yellowstone volcano: Magnitude 3.1 earthquake hits supervolcano - 'Probably felt by many' (2)
YELLOWSTONE volcano was rocked by a "shallow" magnitude 3.1 earthquake on Wednesday morning and was likely felt by hundreds of people in the region. By Sebastian Kettley Sign up for FREE for the biggest new releases, reviews and tech hacks SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters.
Black Friday deals 2020: Best early offers from Argos, Currys and Amazon revealed (2)
BLACK Friday officially begins tomorrow but that's not stopping some of the UK's biggest retailers launching early deals. Here are all the very best offers from Argos, Amazon and Currys. By David Snelling Sign up for FREE for the biggest new releases, reviews and tech hacks SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters.
Dead People Voted in Close Upstate New York Congressional Race: County Attorney (2)
By Jack Phillips November 26, 2020 A county attorney based in Upstate New York alleged that dead people voted in a close congressional race that hasn't yet been called, and a state elections official is seeking an investigation. Madison County Attorney Tina Wayland-Smith said that election officials disqualified absentee ballots that were filed by three "deceased voters" in Madison County in a filing to New York Supreme Court Justice Scott Del
Exploring the real history of Thanksgiving and why it resonates differently this year (2)
Fox Nation revisits the story of a uniquely American tradition By Yael Halon | Fox News When most Americans think of the first Thanksgiving, many likely think of the Mayflower Pilgrims gathering outdoors with Native Americans for a grand feast of turkey, bread, and colorful fall vegetables. But as the country gears up for an unfamiliar holiday season amid a global pandemic, the real history behind this uniquely American tradition resonates differently this year.
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