Iowa is the sole remaining state that requires felons to apply individually to the governor’s office to have their voting rights restored. This currently restricts more than 60,000 residents and close to 10 percent of the state’s African American population from voting.
The kingdom has exported just one cargo to the U.S. so far in June, equivalent to about 133,000 barrels a day, tanker-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg show. That’s about one-tenth of the 1.3 million barrels a day it shipped in April, when Riyadh flooded the global market during a brief price war against Russia.
If the low pace of exports is sustained in the second half of the month, U.S. imports of Saudi crude could drop to the lowest level in 35 years, helping the American crude market re-balance, according to traders and analysts.
People who lost loved ones and homes in the fire are expected to address the court Wednesday and possibly into Thursday and Friday. Afterward, Deems will impose his sentence on the company. The sentencing is a legal formality because PG&E agreed with Ramsey to the terms of it plea -- the company will pay a $4 million fine and will report to an outside monitor who was appointed by a federal judge overseeing PG&E’s criminal probation for safety violations stemming from a 2010 fatal gas line explosion.
UPDATE: Minneapolis AG Ellison is still refusing to release the officers’ body cams showing Floyd actively resisting officers before they took him to the ground. ALSO: The pages of police manual showing the neck restraint they used was legal has been removed from the MPD website.
Although Spot is certainly nimble, its workload is mostly limited right now to surveying and data collection. Trial deployments have seen Spot create 3D maps of construction sites and hunt for machine faults in offshore oil rigs. Less routine tests include helping hospitals triage COVID-19 patients and, somewhat controversially, working with a police bomb squad.
“In 2017, ABC7 recommended I become a network correspondent,” Michaelson tweeted. “Barbara Fedida told me: ‘You're qualified. But you're a white male & my bosses told me I can only hire women & minorities for the next couple years.’"
Powell — speaking to reporters following the Fed’s latest decision on rates — said “millions” of people will not return to work for some time because of the aftershocks to businesses from the health scare. The Fed chief suggested the lack of jobs would be rooted in the reality that companies were unable to survive the pandemic or the role no longer exists in the new world order.
Turkey is backing Libya’s internationally recognised government in Tripoli in its conflict with the Libyan National Army (LNA), which is backed by Russia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt. Ankara is believed to want to establish a permanent military presence in the country.
Aaron Zelinsky will testify on June 24 regarding the Justice Department’s handling of the prosecution of Roger Stone, a longtime Trump confidante convicted on charges that he made false statements to Congress during its investigation of possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Another Justice Department attorney, John Elias, the acting chief of staff for the assistant attorney general for the antitrust division, will also testify as a whistleblower about what Democrats say is “improperly motivated activity” by the antitrust division.
The Seattle Department of Transportation is installing concrete barriers in the middle of Pine Street, running East and West, which will split the road for both pedestrian and vehicle traffic. This will allow for emergency service vehicles to pass through the area.
American said it already enforces the policy at the gate and "will deny boarding to customers who don’t comply." However, effective immediately, the airline "may also deny future travel for customers who refuse to wear a face covering." Meanwhile, United said that starting June 18, passengers who do not wear a face covering will be placed on an internal travel restriction list.
The ruling will lead to a tsunami of polarizing court cases and further degradation of Americans' natural rights to free speech, to free association, and to worshipping God as their consciences require.
DeSantis again cautioned Friday that increasing new case counts is a function of the state’s dramatic increase in testing... DeSantis said new positive cases often are young adults without symptoms and unlikely to become seriously ill and Florida COVID-19 hospitalizations are down compared with May.