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Delta variant: CDC data supports why vaccinated should wear masks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has had a busy week. 
Only a few days after announcing updated mask guidelines, the agency on Friday released new scientific data on the delta variant that gives a snapshot of how the highly contagious strain triggered a wave of coronavirus cases. 
In a briefing Tuesday, CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said the new data spurred the agency to take immediate action by recommending fully vaccinated people to wear mask indoors in public settings where coronavirus transmission is high. 
"The delta variant is showing every day its willingness to outsmart us and be an opportunist in areas where we have not shown a fortified response against it," she said earlier this week. "This new science is worrisome and unfortunately warrants an update to our recommendations."

Wyoming Western Wear is America's Only Native Fashion Category

While walking out to the shed the boy noticed that his grandfather was wearing strange clothes. 
The boy asks his grandfather “Papa, why are you wearing such a big hat?” 
The grandfather took his hat off so the boy could look at it and said “Son, this is a cowboy hat. This hat is to help protect me from the sun, rain and cold.” 
The boy smiles and continues to look around. He sees his grandma riding her horse. While she was ridding he watched her kick the horse with spiky pinwheels on her boots. 
“Papa, why is grandma hurting the horse with her shoes?” 

Trump Tax Returns – NBC Los Angeles

Today the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether investigators will finally get a look at President Donald Trump’s tax returns. The highest court in the land will hear a series of cases — over the phone, due to the coronavirus pandemic — concerning the president’s financial records.

Listen Back To A 1993 Interview With The Late Civil Rights Pioneer Bob Moses


This is FRESH AIR. We're going to remember one of the pioneers of the civil rights movement, Bob Moses. He died Sunday at the age of 86. The quiet-spoken, self-effacing activist helped lead the effort in Mississippi to organize and register rural Black residents to vote. In 1960, after watching news footage of lunch counter sit-ins in the South, he left his job teaching math in New York City to help in the civil rights movement.
When he arrived in Mississippi, he was one of only a few activists there. He joined the staff of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. And in 1964, he helped organize Freedom Summer, which recruited college students - mostly white students from the North - to come down to Mississippi to help in the effort to register African Americans to vote and to bring the country's attention to Mississippi's entrenched white supremacy. Here he is at a news conference announcing the program.

Biden, before leaving for weekend at Camp David, calls on states to help stop evictions

“Every state and local government must get these funds out to ensure we prevent every eviction we can,” Mr. Biden said. “My administration will not rest – nor should state and local governments – until Emergency Rental Assistance dollars reach Americans in need.”
He also offered the advice that “state and local governments should also be aware that there is no legal barrier to moratorium at the state and local level.”
The president’s statement came shortly before he was scheduled to depart the White House on Marine One for a weekend at Camp David, the secluded presidential retreat in the mountains of western Maryland.

Is white supremacy top threat to U.S.? 'Nonsense,' says Utah Republican

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A Utah congressman says one of the most troubling things he has seen in recent years is the federal government reaching into Americans’ lives in an “abusive manner.”
“And this administration is doing that on steroids,” Republican Rep. Chris Stewart told conservative legislators from around the country at the American Legislative Exchange Council conferences in Salt Lake City.
Stewart, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said the conversation about privacy has shifted since President Joe Biden took office. He said the Biden administration is allowing organizations in the intelligence community such as the CIA, NSA and others to cross over into domestic law enforcement issues “because by their estimation, white supremacy and domestic terrorism is the greatest threat facing our nation.”

City University of New York forgiving up to $125 million in student debt with COVID-19 relief funds

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Vaccinated people can still spread the coronavirus, US CDC says

Vaccinated people can still spread the coronavirus, US CDC says
By MINLU ZHANG in New York | |
Updated: 2021-07-31 05:53
Fully immunized people infected with the Delta variant of coronavirus may spread the virus to others just as easily as unvaccinated people, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report published Friday.
Vaccines remain powerfully effective against severe illness and death, but the report suggests that vaccinated people infected with Delta have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated.
"High viral loads suggest an increased risk of transmission and raised concern that, unlike with other variants, vaccinated people infected with delta can transmit the virus," Dr Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, said in a statement Friday. Viral load is a proxy for how likely someone might be to transmit the virus to others.

'Welcome home', says Biden to Afghan refugees

'Welcome home', says Biden to Afghan refugees
31 Jul 2021, 04:55 GMT+10
Washington [US], July 30 (ANI): The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan has brought more than 200 people to the United States. Friday's arrival at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., brought Afghan translators and close family members, including scores of children and infants to start a new life in the United States.
US President Joe Biden on Friday thanked Afghans for standing with America against the Taliban and welcomed the arrival of the first flight of Operation Allies Refuge.
"Most of all, I want to thank these brave Afghans for standing with the United States, and today, I am proud to say to them: "Welcome home," said Biden in a statement.

Biden administration signals it is willing to return to lockdowns, school closures if recommended by CDC -- Puppet Masters --

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Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre The Biden administration signaled during Thursday's White House press briefing that it is willing to return to lockdowns and school closures if the CDC and other experts recommend those strategies for stopping the spread of COVID-19.
Fox News reporter Peter Doocy said:
"President Biden says that we are not returning to lockdowns, shutdowns, and school closures, but he also once said that we didn't have to wear masks anymore once we were vaccinated.
So why should Americans trust him now?"
Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded:
"Well, because we listen to the scientists, we listened to the expert[s]. This is a public health situation. This is not about politics at all. This is about saving lives. And this is what the president is all about. He wants to make sure that we are saving lives. If you look at ... the last six months, that's what he's done, every day. And you see that in the numbers. Now we're at a point where we have to double down and make it very, very clear to people that we can't, we can't let the pandemic win, we have to continue to fight."

Chris Reed: New York election, San Francisco recall show building backlash to progressive ideas

The U.S. is seeing levels of political partisanship arguably even higher than during the Vietnam War. But plenty of evidence has emerged that this is every bit as much because of changes on the left as because of Donald Trump.
Yes, of course, the former president will go down in history for his bizarre disdain for basic public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic and his never-ending torrent of self-serving lies. Yes, of course, he has warped GOP politics by creating a cult of personality without recent precedent.
But despite his airport-carousel level of baggage, Trump would have been re-elected if about 53,000 votes changed from Democratic to Republican in presidential voting in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona. The perception that Joe Biden won decisively is true in the popular vote, but not the Electoral College.

At Least 125,000 Fully Vaccinated Americans Tested Positive for COVID-19 – NBC4 Washington

Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases Are on the Rise Among the Vaccinated
The 125,682 'breakthrough' cases in 38 states represent less than .08 percent of the 164.2 million-plus people fully vaccinated since January
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Updated 1 hour ago
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At least 125,000 fully vaccinated Americans have tested positive for COVID-19 and 1,400 of those have died, according to data collected by NBC News.
The 125,682 "breakthrough" cases in 38 states found by NBC News represent less than .08 percent of the 164.2 million-plus people who have been fully vaccinated since January, or about one in every 1,300. The number of cases and deaths among the vaccinated is very small compared to the number among the unvaccinated. A former Biden adviser on COVID-19 estimated that 98 to 99 percent of deaths are among the unvaccinated.

Tokyo attractions – NBC Los Angeles

Americans in Tokyo for the Olympics may notice something odd about the food on display along Kappabashi Street: It’s plastic. Known as shokuhin sampuru, or sample food, it allows non-Japanese-speaking customers to see what’s available at a restaurant. For example, an American might not be familiar with nigiri, but a model makes clear it’s a form of sushi that’s...

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