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Florida officials stop attempt to register dead people in Broward County

Florida officials stop attempt to register dead people in Broward County

Florida elections and law enforcement officials detected a scheme that sought to register dozens of dead people to vote in Broward County, though the motive is not clear, according to the county elections office. The county received about 50 voter registration applications sent in envelopes postmarked from Columbia, South Carolina, with no return address, documents…MORE

Household spread of Covid-19 is common and quick, a new CDC study finds

Household spread of Covid-19 is common and quick, a new CDC study finds

The spread of Covid-19 among members in a household after one person is infected is “common” and occurs quickly after illness onset, according to a new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The person exposed or suspected of having Covid-19 should be isolated before getting tested and before test results come…MORE

Connecticut will not retry Michael Skakel in Martha Moxley murder

Connecticut will not retry Michael Skakel in Martha Moxley murder

Forty-five years to the day after 15-year-old Martha Moxley went missing, prosecutors for the state of Connecticut said Friday that they would not retry Michael Skakel in her brutal slaying. Skakel, 60 and the nephew of Robert and Ethel Kennedy, served roughly half of a 20-year sentence for Moxley’s death. Addressing the Stamford Superior Court…MORE

Melania Trump posts video that misleads on the President’s LGBTQ policies

Melania Trump posts video that misleads on the President’s LGBTQ policies

Melania Trump tweeted a video of herself posted Thursday discussing for three minutes the efforts the Trump administration has made to support the rights of the gay community, blaming sentiments that President Donald Trump opposes gay rights on his “many enemies in the political establishment.” “I was shocked to discover that some of these powerful…MORE

USPS announces ‘extraordinary measures’ to deliver ballots on time

USPS announces ‘extraordinary measures’ to deliver ballots on time

The US Postal Service on Friday announced several “extraordinary measures” it is implementing aimed at making sure mail-in ballots are delivered in time to get counted — as new court filings showed that the agency moved fewer ballots on-time in critical battleground states on Thursday than it did the previous day. The news comes after…MORE

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