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Lots of other countries use credit scores, although each one does it a bit differently.
The new pandemic guidance increases the pool of people considered at risk for the coronavirus.
Young people across the country who can’t cast a ballot are volunteering to be poll workers and register voters.
"My 10yo caught me hiding candy, so I did what any good parent would do: I paid him off."
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Just 27%, meanwhile, support increasing the number of U.S. Supreme Court justices.
Winning a second term could put him beyond reach of many possible charges, due to statutes of limitations.
But the Utah senator wouldn't reveal who he did vote for.
“The severity of the COVID–19 pandemic should, by now, need no elaboration,” Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in a dissent.
"For the last four and a half years or so, we have been dragged through the wringer, and it is completely exhausting."
He called on the U.S. to "stand with Nigerians who are peacefully demonstrating for police reform."
His deferral of Social Security taxes for federal workers is creating headaches with virtually no economic benefit.
Queer U.S. Catholics say the endorsement could be crucial in countries where same-sex relationships aren't recognized.
"There is only one scientifically minded person in the race," said Mike Bowen. "That person is Joe Biden.”
The Supreme Court nominee refused to answer written questions about her connections to the American Petroleum Institute.
At least two-thirds of the deaths were due to COVID-19, the CDC reported.
Friends and family of Georgia May Adkins discovered her very specific last request after she died of a stroke.

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