Democracy Dies in Darkness
An announcement from Texas’ governor came after a loud boom and what sounded like gunshots erupted from the area near the synagogue where police had been in a standoff with a hostage-taker for much of Saturday.
The House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol is divided on whether to pursue subpoenas for key witnesses, including several members of Congress who are resisting providing testimony.
The timing of the ruling – roughly 24 hours before Djokovic was due to take to the court at the Australian Open – makes another appeal almost impossible.
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As the first woman and person of color to direct the festival, Tabitha Jackson hopes the covid-induced safety measures will ultimately provide a mechanism for reaching a wider audience of filmgoers who can’t afford to fly to Utah.