The proposal to allow Brussels to raise and distribute money for the first time is a step toward a more federal European Union that was made possible by a change of heart in Germany, which has long opposed such centralization.
The pandemic and ensuing public health restrictions have destroyed more than 100,000 small businesses, the products of Americans’ distinct visions and fervent aspirations. As one flower shop faces a precipitous drop in business, the question lingers: Can it hold on?
The move was in response to two recent tweets in which President Trump falsely claimed that mail-in ballots are fraudulent. In response, Trump alleged that social media companies "silence" conservatives and threatened to "strongly regulate, or close them down."
Twitter issued a public apology to the family of Lori Klausutis, whose 2001 death President Trump has repeatedly weaponized to attack MSNBC host Joe Scarborough. But the company rejected a request to take down Trump's tweets.
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The changes are intended to ease manufacturers’ supply-chain snags, but advocacy groups say they are concerned that the changes will become permanent and that they will present problems for consumers concerned about tracking the provenance of their food.
The modified and expanded playoffs will take place in two hub cities that have not been determined. No official dates were announced, though training camps will not start before the first half of July.