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"This is real messed up since Jovenel died," said David Daniel, who stood in the doorway of a restaurant he co-owns as he watched the scene unfold. But he said he doesn't think the unrest will have the effect demonstrators intend. "Violence has been here in Haiti since I was a kid, so I don't think violence is going to change anything."
"The fourth surge is real, and the numbers are quite frightening at the moment," Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said on a New Orleans radio show. Edwards, a Democrat, added: "There's no doubt that we are going in the wrong direction, and we're going there in a hurry."
"These vaccines are saving lives," said DeSantis, who recently began selling campaign merchandise mocking masks and medical experts.
Senate Democrats are raising new concerns about the thoroughness of the FBI's background investigation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh after the FBI revealed that it had received thousands of tips and had provided "all relevant" ones to the White House counsel's office.
Regis Jesuit selections as well as those for 10 other teams on the All-Continental League Baseball Teams for the 2021 baseball season as voted on by league coaches.
Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill selections as well as others on the All-Centennial League teams for the 2021 baseball season as voted on by league coaches.
After Aurora Public Schools’s summer meals program ends in August, nutrition services director Shannon Solomon will have exactly two days to train her staff, make sure the kitchens are clean and get everything up and running again for the...
Hinkley, Rangeview and Vista PEAK selections as well as others on the All-EMAC Baseball Teams for the 2021 baseball season as voted on by league coaches.
Haaland and Tanya Trujillo, the department's assistant secretary for water and science, planned to meet with Democratic Rep. Diana DeGette, Gov. Jared Polis and Jim Lochhead, CEO of Denver Water, Colorado's largest water agency, for a discussion on the region's drought and possible federal solutions.
Body camera footage released Thursday shows an Idaho Springs police officer using a Taser on a 75-year-old man without warning less than a minute after police said he answered the door to his apartment holding a sword-like object.