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“It’s a problem that U.S.-Cuba policy for the entire Democratic Caucus is determined by the campaign strategy for races representing less than 0.005% of the U.S. population ... This systemic flaw could be lethal for Cubans.” https://t.co/i8Dlcq5d03
Last week the Trump DOJ set 3 more federal execution dates. Four are now scheduled: 2 for late August and 2 for September. There will almost certainly be more. Here's my dispatch from Terre Haute last month, where 3 executions were carried out in one week. https://t.co/FugezUoSYC
“These are changes aimed at changing the entire culture of USPS. The culture I grew up with, and of generations before me, is that you never leave mail behind. You serve the customer, you get mail to the customer. Prompt, reliable, and efficient.” https://t.co/noDMQHJ5zt
“Nobody wants more than any of us to be back in brick and mortar and teaching the kids because that’s how they learn best, but at what cost?” As schools reopen, teachers, parents, and students are pushing back https://t.co/nCDYIvZbaF by @rmc031, @paulabowd https://t.co/d0xpQs159G
William Barr “paraded our pain and tragedy around by saying he was doing this for the ‘families of the victims,’” said Monica Veillette following Daniel Lewis Lee’s execution. Her 81-year-old grandmother, a Trump supporter, said she felt betrayed. https://t.co/NMvDhOXfBX
Law enforcement stingrays don’t just collect data from targeted phones: they collect data from any phone in the vicinity. That data can be used to identify people — protesters, for example — and track their movements during and after demonstrations. https://t.co/cAQGoBZDjM
The humanitarian group No More Deaths believes the raid was likely part retaliation, part violent publicity stunt immediately after the group published materials that cast a negative light on the border enforcement agency. https://t.co/qro5aPX8vk
Democrats quietly killed an attempt to roll back Trump administration sanctions on Cuba — which have exacerbated the economic fallout of the pandemic and hit the country with severe food and medicine shortages — to protect a vulnerable Florida rep. https://t.co/RSQLSd8EWx
“This is literally life and death for both us as educators, for our students, and then for all of the families in this community that we return home to.” As schools reopen, teachers, parents, and students are pushing back https://t.co/nCDYIvZbaF by @rmc031, @paulabowd https://t.co/V0Q5b5p4vh
In the years after 9/11, Homeland Security has ballooned into the third largest agency in the U.S. government, employing 240,000 people, including more than 60,000 law enforcement agents — nearly half the total number of federal law enforcement agents. https://t.co/nLkUJZJsT5
“We see the harm that our young people face not having access to school and the socialization that comes with it,” said @brothajitu. “We understand the need for them to academically grow. But we also understand the need for them to live.” https://t.co/4sAmLc4nJS