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U.S. high court rejects church challenges to state pandemic rules

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court rejected challenges on Friday to curbs on religious services in

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Twitter-Trump Tension Mounts on Warning Over Shooting Tweet

(Bloomberg) -- Tensions between Twitter Inc. and Donald Trump soared after the social-media platform warned users that the president broke

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Badly hit California economy aims to reverse virus 'free fall'

Millions unemployed, world-famous tourist attractions closed, movie sets shuttered and a huge deficit looming: California has been among the states

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PG&E Wins California Approval of Bankruptcy Plan

(Bloomberg) -- California regulators approved PG&E Corp.’s $58 billion reorganization plan, bringing the power giant another step closer to exiting

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Trump says children can tamper with mail-in voting ballots, accuses Twitter of lacking neutrality

'Kids go and raid the mailboxes and hand to people signing the ballots down the street,' said Trump

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Fact-checking Trump's recent claims that mail-in voting is rife with fraud

As the coronavirus pandemic has brought much of normal life to a halt, more and more states are considering mail-in ballots. Though a majority of Americans support them as a socially distanced solution for elections this fall, President Donald Trump has instead doubled down on his penchant for making false claims about voter fraud in the US.

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California regulator approves PG&E's Chapter 11 reorganization plan

(Reuters) - PG&E Corp said on Thursday its Chapter 11 reorganization plan has been confirmed by a California power regulator,

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Fact check: Trump falsely claims California is sending mail-in ballots to undocumented immigrants

Twice on Tuesday, President Donald Trump attacked California's Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and his executive order expanding vote-by-mail in the state. Specifically, Trump claimed that Newsom's order would send ballots to everyone in California, including nonresidents and undocumented immigrants.

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Legal battles over voter roll purges heat up as mail-in ballot fight continues

President Donald Trump has ramped up his attacks on state plans for mail-in ballots as parallel fights are intensifying over whether hundreds of thousands of people on state rolls may be ineligible to vote.

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Guilfoyle’s Influence Rises as Trump Re-Election Race Tightens

(Bloomberg) -- Former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle has built her own power center within Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, helping

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Dorsey Responds to Trump’s Threats, Zuckerberg Calls Out Twitter

Twitter CEO said that the platform will continue to point out incorrect information about elections globally.

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Facebook says Trump's false claims about mail-in ballots don't break its rules

On Tuesday, Twitter angered the White House by flagging multiple tweets from President Donald Trump about mail-in ballots as being potentially misleading, in a first for the company.

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US states, cities cry out for federal aid amid pandemic

In the decentralized American system, the COVID-19 pandemic is draining public finances in many cities and states, and without help

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Trump says Twitter meddling with polls, threatens to stop it after company fact-checks mail-in voting tweets

On Tuesday, May 26, Trump took to Twitter to accuse the latter’s decision to label some of his posts as 'misleading' and even accused it of 'stifling free speech'

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Vote-by-Mail Deadlines Leave States Just Weeks to Get Ready

(Bloomberg) -- Election officials have just weeks left to ensure that their states can handle a surge of mail-in votes

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In A First, Twitter Adds Fact-Check Warning to Trump’s Tweet

The link is directed to an events page which contains fact checks about Trump’s unsubstantiated claim.

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California eases pandemic restrictions; New York Stock Exchange opens

By Sharon Bernstein and Maria Caspani SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California, the most populous U.S. state, took another step on

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U.S. Cases Rise 1.1%, Slowest Increase Since March: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- New York City has hired 1,700 contact tracers who will be working by June 1, and Governor Andrew

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California suggests no singing and shorter services in guidelines for reopening places of worship

The California Department of Public Health issued new guidelines for reopening places of worship.

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California church going to Supreme Court on in-person restrictions

A church in California is asking the Supreme Court to block Gov. Gavin Newsom's restrictions on in-person church services due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Republicans sue California to try to halt mail-in voting following Trump claims of election fraud

The Republican National Committee and two other Republican groups have filed a lawsuit against California to stop the state from

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Three Republican groups sue California governor over mail-in-vote order

(Reuters) - The Republican National Committee (RNC) and two other Republican groups on Sunday filed a lawsuit against California Governor

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Republican National Committee sues California to halt vote-by-mail for November general election

The Republican National Committee and other Republican groups have filed a lawsuit against California to stop the state from mailing absentee ballots to all voters ahead of the 2020 general election, a move that was made in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Federal appeals court upholds California's ban on in-person church services

A federal appeals court rejected a California church's lawsuit hoping to overturn the state's ban on in-person church services.

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Covid-19: Trump wants places of worship to open, religious leaders divided

Several US states have been the target of lawsuits, and on Friday a federal appeals court ruled that California churches must abide by Governor Gavin Newsom’s order to temporarily ban in-person religious services. Attorney General William Barr has threatened the state with legal action.

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