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Record Amount of Deadly Illegal Drugs Cross Biden’s Open Border

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Public Trust in CDC Drops as Guidance Changes Again

South Korea reached a consensus with the US on the draft for a Korean War peace treaty. The agreement would effectively end the decades-long conflict.  The Korean War began in 1950 with combat subsiding in 1953 after the signing of an armistice between China, North Korea and UN Command. It was never officially concluded because no peace treaty was signed. 

Biden placed the blame on states experiencing coronavirus testing shortages in schools.  He said, “That money went out to the states and the states and the school districts have spent this money well — many of them.”  He was referring to $10 billion provided to the states to acquire testing for schools.  “But, unfortunately, some haven’t.”

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Officers from the Customs and Border Protection, Trade and Cargo Division work with a dog to check parcels at John F. Kennedy Airport's US Postal Service facility on June 24, 2019 in New York. - In a windowless hangar at New York's JFK airport, dozens of law enforcement officers sift through packages, looking for fentanyl -- a drug that is killing Americans every day. The US Postal Service facility has become one of multiple fronts in the United States' war on opioid addiction, which kills tens of thousands of people every year and ravages communities.

Record Amount of Deadly Illegal Drugs Cross Biden’s Open Border

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Rate Hike Looms on Unemployment Surge

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