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Kitten With Adorable White ‘Mustache’ and ‘Tuxedo’ Gains Fame on Instagram With 60,000 Followers

Kitten With Adorable White ‘Mustache’ and ‘Tuxedo’ Gains Fame on Instagram With 60,000 Followers

With the stress of everyday life, it’s no wonder that many people prefer to check up on their favorite Instagram animals rather than think about all the other things they have to worry about. One very special cat from France has been capturing the hearts and eyes of social media users by virtue of his…

Trump Won’t Invoke Control of National Guard for Now Amid Protests, O’Brien Says

Trump Won’t Invoke Control of National Guard for Now Amid Protests, O’Brien Says

President Donald Trump won’t invoke federal authority over National Guard troops for now, amid often violent protests across the United States following the death of George Floyd, White House national security adviser Robert O’Brien said. “We’re not going to federalize the Guard at this time,” O’Brien told reporters at the White House on May 31….

Officials Concerned Outside Groups Inciting Lawlessness Amid Minneapolis Protests

Officials Concerned Outside Groups Inciting Lawlessness Amid Minneapolis Protests

MINNEAPOLIS—Federal, state, and local authorities have observed a changing pattern of the protests in Minneapolis in response to the death of George Floyd and are concerned that persons from outside the state actively participated and agitated amid the protests in recent days. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said that the “dynamic [of the protest] has changed…

Trump Says Military Could Respond Quickly to Minneapolis Unrest

Trump Says Military Could Respond Quickly to Minneapolis Unrest

Protesters march along the freeway that exits St. Paul on their way to U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis via the Saint Anthony Falls bridge on the fourth day of protests and violence following the death of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minn., on May 29, 2020. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times) WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump said the…

Protests, Some Violent, Spread Across US in Wake of George Floyd Death

Protests, Some Violent, Spread Across US in Wake of George Floyd Death

ATLANTA—Demonstrators marched, stopped traffic, and in some cases lashed out violently at police as protests erupted Friday in several U.S. cities following the killing of George Floyd. In Minneapolis, where a police precinct was burned the night before, peaceful protests picked up steam as darkness fell, with people ignoring an 8 p.m. curfew to walk…

Justice Department Says Maine’s Campground Pandemic Restrictions Violate Constitution

Justice Department Says Maine’s Campground Pandemic Restrictions Violate Constitution

Maine’s order requiring out-of-state residents to self-quarantine prior to entering campgrounds, a requirement that does not apply to state residents, is discriminatory and violates constitutional rights, the Justice Department (DOJ) said. The DOJ made the arguments in a statement of interest (pdf) filed on Friday in a lawsuit pending in a federal court filed by…

Australian Banks Keep Rising and Push ASX Higher

Australian Banks Keep Rising and Push ASX Higher

Australia’s big four banks are enjoying another surge in early trade on the ASX, and the main indices are more than 1.5 percent higher. The S&P/ASX200 benchmark index was up by 100.4 points, or 1.74 percent, at 5875.4 points after the first 30 minutes of trade on May 28. The All Ordinaries index was 99.8…

Gov. Cuomo Makes It a Felony For N.Y. Officials to Share Illegal Alien Driver Info With ICE

Gov. Cuomo Makes It a Felony For N.Y. Officials to Share Illegal Alien Driver Info With ICE

Shocking amendment to Green Light Law slipped into budget bill during virus crisis. New York State officials who provide information about illegal alien drivers to federal immigration enforcement agencies can now face felony charges. An amendment to the highly controversial ‘Green Light Law,’ which went into effect in December and cleared illegal aliens to apply…