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    THE Madeleine McCann prime suspect has a “number of people” willing to provide an alibi, a source has said. Convicted rapist Christian B was named by German cops in 2020 but they have hit a major stumbling block in building a case against the 44-year-old. 2Madeline McCann investigators have hit a major stumbling block in building a case 2Christian B has several people who can provide and alibi Three-year-old Madeleine vanished from her bed while on holiday with her parents and family friends at a resort in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007. A new witness claims to have been with him around that time and also insists the convicted rapist was calm while she was with him. She also claims they were stopped by police who reported no suspicious activity. But now The Sun can reveal she is one of “multiple witnesses” who Christian B will turn to if quizzed again over the Maddie case. “He has denied from day one that he is involved in any way with Maddie’s disappearance,” a source said. Most read in US NewsKILLER'S...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — People lined up at the Northern Parkway testing site in Baltimore hours before it opened — waiting for a hard-to-get Covid-19 test as the city recorded its highest positivity rate ever: 33%. That is above the almost 29% positivity overall in Maryland. ???? Baltimore’s health commissioner says the positivity rate in the city is now 33%; she says on December 20th, 306 #Covid_19 patients occupied hospital beds in Baltimore. Now, 822 patients are hospitalized with covid. @wjz — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) January 5, 2022 More than 10k new cases reported in Maryland today; the positivity rate is now above 28% @wjz pic.twitter.com/oqsImHmtdT — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) January 5, 2022 “This is too long. Two hours! But some people have been waiting for longer than two hours at other places so I’m not going to complain,” one of those in line told WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren. Long lines for testing at Northern Parkway site in Baltimore; I stopped briefly to talk to a woman near the front of the line who has been here for...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- President Joe Biden is expected to provide an update on the supply chain crisis that has gripped the country for weeks.The president on Wednesday is set to meet with Cabinet officials and business CEOs to discuss how goods are moving following his efforts to ease the crunch and congestion at ports.Biden is expected to announce that the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have moved 15% more containers between January and November this year than in 2018, which saw the previous record.He's also expected to highlight that the number of containers sitting at docks for over eight days has fallen by nearly 50%.However, while the number of container ships waiting within 40 miles of the Southern California shoreline appears to be smaller and less crowded, shipping trade groups said earlier this month that there were more than 50 additional ships that had been encouraged to park and wait farther out at sea.Biden is expected to meet with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, along with the CEOs of FedEx and Gap, among others.
    The requirement means that these county boards of elections must publish all voter information and registration materials, which may include ballots, in a specified language based on the county’s unique immigrant population. Pursuant to the new Census, Dallas County, Texas, for example, will now be required to offer materials in Vietnamese in addition to Spanish and recruit poll workers who also speak the language. This entire rule flies in the face of the messaging of the pro-mass migration movement, which claims the movement supports assimilation. We are not talking about green cards here. By definition, anyone who is voting should have gone through the naturalization process and would have to be proficient enough in English to at least understand the process and fill out the ballot, even if the new American citizen still has trouble speaking the language. In the press release, the Census noted that its goal is to “provide language assistance during elections for citizens who are unable to speak or understand English adequately enough to participate in the electoral process.” However, shouldn’t we all agree that...
    President BidenJoe BidenGOP eyes booting Democrats from seats if House flips Five House members meet with Taiwanese president despite Chinese objections Sunday shows preview: New COVID-19 variant emerges; supply chain issues and inflation persist MORE will provide an update on his administration's response to the new COVID-19 omicron variant on Monday, according to the White House, after Dr. Anthony FauciAnthony FauciSunday shows preview: New COVID-19 variant emerges; supply chain issues and inflation persist NY governor declares state of emergency to prepare for omicron US to restrict travel from eight African nations over new COVID-19 concerns MORE said it will take roughly two weeks to gather more information on the new strain. Biden met with Fauci and members of the White House COVID-19 Response Team on Sunday, two days after the World Health Organization (WHO) held an emergency meeting to discuss the new COVID-19 strain, which it labeled a variant of concern. In a readout on Sunday, the White House said Biden will “provide an update about the new variant and the U.S. response on Monday.” Since being discovered in South Africa, the omicron variant...
    President Biden missed a deadline Tuesday evening set by Republican senators who demanded he provide the exact number of Americans, green card holders and special immigrant visa applicants who remain in Afghanistan. The group of 26 Republicans, led by Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas, gave the president until 5 p.m. ET Tuesday to give the public a full, unclassified accounting of who was "left behind" after the last of the U.S. troops evacuated Kabul on Aug 30. They also wanted a detailed account of the vetting process of the Afghan refugees who are not SIVs or green card holders and whether they were evacuated to the U.S. with any pending immigration status. 26 REPUBLICAN SENATORS ASK BIDEN FOR INFO ON VETTING OF AFGHANISTAN EVACUEES, AMERICANS LEFT BEHIND "President Biden and Biden-Harris administration officials have no idea who has been getting on their planes, but they don’t want to admit that because it would show they stranded Americans and Afghan SIVs while failing to vet planeloads of incoming people," Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas told Fox News in a statement.  "Congress,...
    CNN’s Barbara Starr pressed Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby on why the U.S. government has not released a specific total of how many Americans have been evacuated from Afghanistan. At a press conference on Tuesday, Kirby spoke about the difficulties in ascertaining the number of U.S. citizens in Afghanistan while the country remains in chaos after falling to the Taliban. The Biden administration has been imprecise on how many Americans and Afghan refugees are still trying to flee Kabul, and when Kirby called on Starr, she prefaced her question by saying “I really don’t understand this.” “Even if this administration does not have the denominator, that is not my question,” she said. “My question is can this administration tell the American people how many Americans it has evacuated from Afghanistan? And if you cannot, can you please explain — not the denominator — why can’t you just say the number?” “We are going to leave it at several thousand right now,” Kirby said. He conceded that was “not a satisfying answer,” but defended himself by saying “the number literally changes...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki battled with a reporter on Friday who asked whether her refusal to reveal the number of vaccinated White House staffers who contracted Covid-19 meant she was trying to “hide something.” “This administration has long claimed that you’re trying to be the most transparent in history,” the reporter asked Psaki at the White House’s daily briefing. “If that’s the case, why won’t you just release the number of breakthrough cases you’ve had among vaccinated staffers?” Psaki mostly ignored the reporter’s effort to get an answer, saying the country was “in a very different place as it relates to the virus” and speaking favorably about the efficacy of vaccines, saying those who had received them were “protected from serious illness.” After about 30 seconds, the frustrated reporter replied, “But why not just provide the number? Are you trying to hide something?” Psaki responded: “No, but why do you need to have that information?” “Transparency, interests of the public, to have a better understanding of how breakthrough cases work here in the White House,” the reporter replied. Psaki...
    The Phone calls What some people do Banks As well as Advertising agencies They can be very Annoying And aggression too If they are carried out after hours or again, that is why Kandosef And this Profeco They provide you with tools to prevent such calls. For example, the National Commission for the Protection and Protection of Financial Services Users (KANTUSEF) has a Public Register (REUS) that allows you to register to stop receiving calls from banks. Such as card or insurance to provide their services. So you can block phone calls from banks. | Photo: Unsplash. To do this, you must enter the REUS website or call 01 800 999 80 80. You will need to provide your full name, home phone number and the cell phone number you no longer want to receive calls from. You must also provide an email. You can even register a friend or family member who does not want to receive these calls. When the registration is successful, you will be presented with a recommended folio. Keep in mind that this...
    Donald Trump & Kris Kobach With little fanfare, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to take a case originally championed by Donald Trump ally, former U.S. Senate candidate, primary election loser, and general counsel of “We Build the Wall” Kris Kobach. The case attempted to resuscitate a 2011 Kansas law that required people to provide documents — e.g., a birth certificate or a passport — to prove they were U.S. citizens when they registered to vote. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit struck the law down in April by ruling that it violated the constitution’s Equal Protection Clause and the National Voter Registration Act. Kobach, who was the Secretary of State in Kansas when the law passed, personally argued to support the law before a lower federal judge in U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas. His performance did little to assist his advocacy. Judge Julie Robinson said Kobach engaged in a “pattern and practice . . . of flaunting disclosure and discovery rules that are designed to prevent prejudice and surprise at trial.” It was so...
    Delta Air Lines will become the first carrier to help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention trace international travelers who fly while infected with COVID-19. The project is aimed at keeping “international customers informed of potential COVID-19 exposure.” "Along with our nine global airline partners, we are working with government agencies, health officials and aviation authorities to offer safer travel at every point in your journey," the company said in a news release issued Thursday. Delta will start asking customers to provide information for tracing beginning Dec. 15. The information includes the passengers’ full names, email address, U.S. address, primary phone number and secondary phone number. The information will be sent to the CDC. “Independent studies have shown that the many layers of protection Delta has already put in place are effectively minimizing the risk of COVID-19 transmission, and contact tracing adds one more important layer to our efforts to ensure safety throughout travel,” said Bill Lentsch, Delta’s Chief Customer Experience Officer. “We want customers to feel safe when they return to travel, and this voluntary program is another way...
    Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones has tested positive for COVID-19 after he refused to enforce California's mask mandate or nighttime curfew and refused to provide the state with data on virus cases in jails.  Jones tested positive for the virus Monday, the same day Sacramento County recorded its highest number of new daily infections with 1,115 cases in a single day.   It comes after the sheriff has consistently pushed back against Governor Gavin Newsom's state orders put in place to slow the spread of the virus.  Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones (pictured) has tested positive for COVID-19 after he refused to enforce California's mask mandate or nighttime curfew and refused to provide the state with data on virus cases in jails The sheriff's office confirmed Jones's diagnosis in a statement Monday, saying he was quarantining at home and following health official guidance.   Jones began showing mild symptoms for the virus Friday including a fever, congestion, light-headedness, and a headache after he was exposed to the virus through a colleague who later tested positive, his office said.  He started feeling better...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Public Schools announced it will offer in-person opportunities to more groups of prioritized students at 25 schools through the remainder of the first semester. These groups include students with disabilities, early learners, English learners, students seen less than 20 percent of the time in virtual classrooms, homeless students, transition grades (6th and 9th) and career and technical education. “The continued focus for us is how do we provide families who have said that distance learning is not working for their students, homeless families and others, how do we provide them, to provide them with additional options,” said Dr. Sonja Santelises. The majority of students will remain virtual, and all families will continue to have a virtual option. They said they are also committing additional dollars to make sure school buildings are ready to give staff with PPE they need, changing air filters and other safety conditions. The staff in the 25 schools are required to return, but they would have all of the leave, applications for work accommodations and a number of school leaders are...
    Governor Jared Polis's September 8 press conference about COVID-19 was dominated by discussion of a deal to allow a limited number of fans to attend the September 27 game between the Denver Broncos and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — a contest that turned out to be agonizing on every level. Nearly lost amid the pigskin talk was a subject that deserved much more time in the spotlight than it received: a partnership with Google and Apple to launch the EN Express program, which will provide mobile-phone users with access to COVID-19 exposure notification technology. Sarah Tuneberg, of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, noted that the interface, accessible with a click on iPhones and through a free app for Android devices, will automatically contact individuals who've been in close proximity to someone who has tested positive for the virus, after which they will be directed to test sites and provided with information about quarantining and the like. Polis and Tuneberg predicted that the system would be up and running by month's end.Related Stories COVID-19 Outbreak Ministry Suing Polis to Hold New...
    Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to discuss on Friday at noon California's efforts to help essential workers during the pandemic as the state's confirmed coronavirus cases continue to grow.On Wednesday, California's confirmed COVID-19 cases topped 409,000, surpassing New York for most in the nation. By Thursday, the number of positive cases in the state rose above 425,000.Earlier this week, the governor said the state is working to procure millions of pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline workers and business sectors.RELATED: California sees record-breaking number of new cases, Gov. Newsom announcesEMBED More News Videos Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a record-breaking number of new coronavirus cases in a Wednesday press conference. California used about 46 million masks per month, and the governor said a steady supply is needed to meet that rate.Thousands of new cases have also been reported in Southern California, and more hospitals have become overwhelmed with new COVID-19 patients.Newsom said the recent restrictions were to buy more time for hospitals to handle the surges.Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, San Bernardino and Orange counties remain on the state's monitoring...
    Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to discuss on Friday at noon California's efforts to help essential workers during the pandemic as the state's confirmed coronavirus cases continue to grow.On Wednesday, California's confirmed COVID-19 cases topped 409,000, surpassing New York for most in the nation. By Thursday, the number of positive cases in the state rose above 425,000.Earlier this week, the governor said the state is working to procure millions of pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline workers and business sectors.RELATED: California sees record-breaking number of new cases, Gov. Newsom announcesEMBED More News Videos Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a record-breaking number of new coronavirus cases in a Wednesday press conference. California used about 46 million masks per month, and the governor said a steady supply is needed to meet that rate.Thousands of new cases have also been reported in Southern California, and more hospitals have become overwhelmed with new COVID-19 patients.Newsom said the recent restrictions were to buy more time for hospitals to handle the surges.Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, San Bernardino and Orange counties remain on the state's monitoring...
    President Donald Trump has announced the U.S. government will provide an additional $5 billion in aid, equipment and training to the nation’s nursing homes, many of which are hot spots in the coronavirus pandemic. He said COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, poses "the greatest threat to our senior citizens," and that "nearly half of the deaths have occurred among those living in nursing homes or long-term care facilities." According to federal estimates, nursing home residents accounted for roughly 37,000 COVID-19-related deaths; overall, the U.S. has recorded nearly 143,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University statistics. “I want to send a message of support and hope to every senior citizen who has been dealing with the struggle of isolation in what should be the golden years of your life," Trump said Wednesday at the White House during the coronavirus news briefing. “We will get to the other end of that tunnel very quickly, we hope. The light is starting to shine. We will get there very quickly.” Nursing homes received nearly $5 billion in pandemic relief funds approved by...
    ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — The western North Carolina city of Asheville has joined a tiny number of American cities that have voted to provide reparations for their histories of racism and discrimination. The Asheville Citizen-Times reported Thursday that Asheville joined cities such as Chicago and Evanston, Illinois, which have also passed plans to provide reparations. Asheville's City Council voted Tuesday to approve reparations that do not require direct payments but will mandate investments in areas where Black residents face disparities. Priorities could include efforts to increase minority home ownership and access to affordable housing. The resolution also mentions strategies to close the gaps in health care, education and pay. “It is simply not enough to remove statutes. Black people in this country are dealing with issues that are systemic in nature,” said Councilman Keith Young, one of two Black council members and the measure’s chief proponent. State governments are also considering reparations. They include Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. California’s state House passed legislation in June with the Senate expected to review the bill. “Reparations programs are rare...
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