Trump's latest batch of election lawsuits fizzle as dozens of losses pile up For a man obsessed with winning, Donald Trump is losing a lot. In the month since the election, the president and his legal team have come no closer in their frantic efforts to overturn the result, notching up dozens of losses in courts across the country, with more rolling in by the day. According to an Associated Press tally of roughly 50 cases brought by Trump’s campaign and his allies, more than 30 have been rejected or dropped, and about a dozen are awaiting action. The advocacy group Democracy Docket put Trump’s losses even higher, tweeting on Friday that Trump’s team had lost 46 post-election lawsuits following several fresh losses in several states on Friday. Trump has notched just one small victory, a case challenging a decision to move the deadline to provide missing proof of identification for certain absentee ballots and mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. Five more losses came on Friday.
Donald Trump boat parade draws hundreds in Pennsylvania: 'We are the majority and we're going to make some noise' Sunday’s events also included a road tour of Trump backers, and anti-hate rallies by anti-Trump demonstrators. A few hundred boaters doubling as Donald Trump voters crossed the channel between Lake Erie and Presque Isle Bay, honking horns, flying their blue “Keep America Great” flags and waving to the dozens of land-based MAGA backers who took in the spectacle from the South Pier. Vessels of all sizes, including personal watercraft, took part in Sunday’s event, which was organized by 19-year-old Greene Township resident Austin Detzel as a way to show support for Trump’s reelection campaign amid a campaign season curtailed by the COVID-19 pandemic. “It’s been happening all over the country and honestly I thought someone in Erie would have done this by now, but nobody did,” said Detzel, a Gannon University sophomore who rode a personal watercraft.
Hong Kong is setting up an election without a real opposition A special administrative region (SAR) of China, Hong Kong has a partially-autonomous political and legal system, including a limited form of democracy evolved from its days under British colonial rule. Those limits and the inability of the government to continue a transition to full democracy have long been criticized by the city's opposition, and sparked mass protest movements. And certainly, there is a lot to take issue with. On Thursday, the limits of democracy within this system seemed to contract further, as the government barred a dozen candidates from standing in September's legislative elections, and warned that more disqualifications were coming.
Coronavirus live news: Biden vows to get vaccinated in public as South Korea reports highest cases in nine months 9.40am GMT09:40 The government in Cyprus has approved a plan that will allow visitors who have proof they have been vaccinated against coronavirus to enter the country without a negative PCR test. Cyprus’s move is the latest indication that life could become much easier for those who choose to be vaccinated, despite reassurances from governments and experts that vaccinations will not be mandatory. A house divided: As millions of Americans face evictions, others buy dream homes during COVID-19 The federal government CARES Act and various cities and banks are offering relief. Here's what you should know. USA TODAY Brandi Gee has been living in a Georgia hotel with her son for nearly three months after losing her job and her rental home during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Indiana, Jana Miller and her husband jumped at the opportunity to buy their dream home in the town of St. John after the pandemic hit.
Great granddaughter of anti-Nazi resistance fighter confronted a couple wearing swastika masks in a US Walmart "I never knew that I'd see this with my own eyes," Mueller said. "But we have to be aware and be prepared to step in." Mueller was born in Germany, and her great grandmother fought in the resistance against Nazis during the 1930s and 40s. Her personal history compelled her to speak out against the use of the hate symbol, she told Don Lemon on CNN Tonight Monday. "I thought to myself that if I don't say something now, what did my great grandmother risk her life for all those years fighting against the first wave of Nazis?" Mueller and her partner, Benjamin Ruesch, were in a Walmart in Marshall Saturday, the same day an executive order requiring masks in all public places and businesses took effect.
Biden pledges '100m shots in 100 days' as he introduces health team Joe Biden vowed on Tuesday to ensure 100m coronavirus vaccinations would be administered to Americans during his first 100 days in the White House – as Donald Trump held a parallel event where he ignored the deepening public health crisis, instead repeating his false claims that he, not Biden, won the November election. The Democratic president-elect on Tuesday introduced his new leadership team covering healthcare and laid out an aggressive plan to defeat the coronavirus pandemic that contrasted sharply with the Trump administration’s efforts. Speaking at an event in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, Biden formally introduced the team of scientists and doctors he assembled to guide the nation through what they hope will be the final stage of a public health crisis that has killed nearly 284,000 American lives and is one of the worst crises ever to hit the US. Echoing Fauci, Biden and his nominees were clear-eyed about the challenges that lay ahead.
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