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Chinese COVID-19 vaccine test results delayed until January

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http://Chinese COVID-19 vaccine test results delayed until January Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac will reportedly delay releasing the results from its various COVID-19 vaccine trials until January.

Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac will reportedly delay releasing the results from its various COVID-19 vaccine trials until January. According to reports Sinovac’s vaccine, CoronaVac, had recently reached Phase 3 trials in Brazil, where it had been shown to be more than 50 percent effective at preventing the coronavirus. However, Sinovac asked the Butantan Institute, the Brazilian research center that has been testing the vaccine, to delay releasing results for another 15 days as it compiles data from other trials in Indonesia and Turkey.

Migrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump’s first three years: ICE

The Trump administration deported more migrant family members in 2020’s fiscal year than in the preceding three years combined, according to a new analysis.

Migrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump's first three years: ICE
thehill.comMigrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump’s first three years: ICEThe agency reported some 14,500 family members were deported in the fiscal year, compared to over 10,700 parents and children in the three fiscal years before
Migrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump's first three years: ICE
The federal government deported more migrant family members in fiscal 2020 than in the preceding three years combined, according to a Washington Post analysis of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data.

CNN’s John Berman on Trump pardons: ‘Good night to be a corrupt Republican congressman’

“It’s a good night to be a corrupt Republican congressman or a confessed liar from the Russia probe or a convicted murderer of Iraqi civilians,” CNN’s John Berman said, lashing out over a slate of pardons that President Trump issued this week for three former GOP lawmakers and several security contractors, among others.

Trump administration advances bomb sale to Saudis.

Trump administration advances bomb sale to Saudis

Trump administration advances bomb sale to Saudis
Trump has made arms sales to the Kingdom an integral part of his foreign policy, arguing they are necessary to counter Iran and to boost jobs at U.S. weapons makers.

The administration is moving ahead with approving the license for the sale of precision-guided bombs to Saudi Arabia in the waning days of President Trump’s tenure over the objection of Democratic lawmakers. The license would allow Raytheon to directly sell Saudi Arabia 7,500 of its Paveway air-to-ground “smart” bombs at an estimated value of $478 million.

Biden under pressure to revamp the judiciary

Biden under pressure to revamp the judiciary
Biden under pressure to revamp the judiciary
Progressives argue that appointing more jurists who have spent their careers as public interest or civil rights advocates would help level the playing field

Activists who watched President Trump fill the courts with conservative judges for four years are pushing President-elect Joe Biden to prioritize judicial confirmations and to bring more professional diversity to a judiciary dominated by former prosecutors and corporate lawyers. Progressives argue that appointing more jurists who have spent their careers as public interest or civil rights advocates would help level the playing field in a legal system that favors the wealthy and powerful, which has been heavily shaped by Trump and Republicans over the past four years.“President-elect Biden has an opportunity to begin to undo that damage by appointing diverse judges who understand the challenges real people face in our legal system because they have spent their careers representing them.”

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Chinese COVID-19 vaccine test results delayed until January

TheHill.com

http://Chinese COVID-19 vaccine test results delayed until January Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac will reportedly delay releasing the results from its various COVID-19 vaccine trials until January.

Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac will reportedly delay releasing the results from its various COVID-19 vaccine trials until January. According to reports Sinovac’s vaccine, CoronaVac, had recently reached Phase 3 trials in Brazil, where it had been shown to be more than 50 percent effective at preventing the coronavirus. However, Sinovac asked the Butantan Institute, the Brazilian research center that has been testing the vaccine, to delay releasing results for another 15 days as it compiles data from other trials in Indonesia and Turkey.

Migrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump’s first three years: ICE

The Trump administration deported more migrant family members in 2020’s fiscal year than in the preceding three years combined, according to a new analysis.

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Migrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump's first three years: ICE
thehill.comMigrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump’s first three years: ICEThe agency reported some 14,500 family members were deported in the fiscal year, compared to over 10,700 parents and children in the three fiscal years before
Migrant family deportations in 2020 top combined total for Trump's first three years: ICE
The federal government deported more migrant family members in fiscal 2020 than in the preceding three years combined, according to a Washington Post analysis of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data.

CNN’s John Berman on Trump pardons: ‘Good night to be a corrupt Republican congressman’

“It’s a good night to be a corrupt Republican congressman or a confessed liar from the Russia probe or a convicted murderer of Iraqi civilians,” CNN’s John Berman said, lashing out over a slate of pardons that President Trump issued this week for three former GOP lawmakers and several security contractors, among others.

CNN's John Berman slams Trump pardons: 'Good night to be a corrupt Republican congressman'
CNN’s John Berman slams Trump pardons: ‘Good night to be a corrupt Republican congressman’
It’s possible that Trump could issue more pardons ian his remaining days in office.

Trump administration advances bomb sale to Saudis.

Trump administration advances bomb sale to Saudis

Trump administration advances bomb sale to Saudis
Trump has made arms sales to the Kingdom an integral part of his foreign policy, arguing they are necessary to counter Iran and to boost jobs at U.S. weapons makers.

The administration is moving ahead with approving the license for the sale of precision-guided bombs to Saudi Arabia in the waning days of President Trump’s tenure over the objection of Democratic lawmakers. The license would allow Raytheon to directly sell Saudi Arabia 7,500 of its Paveway air-to-ground “smart” bombs at an estimated value of $478 million.

Biden under pressure to revamp the judiciary

Biden under pressure to revamp the judiciary
Biden under pressure to revamp the judiciary
Progressives argue that appointing more jurists who have spent their careers as public interest or civil rights advocates would help level the playing field

Activists who watched President Trump fill the courts with conservative judges for four years are pushing President-elect Joe Biden to prioritize judicial confirmations and to bring more professional diversity to a judiciary dominated by former prosecutors and corporate lawyers. Progressives argue that appointing more jurists who have spent their careers as public interest or civil rights advocates would help level the playing field in a legal system that favors the wealthy and powerful, which has been heavily shaped by Trump and Republicans over the past four years.“President-elect Biden has an opportunity to begin to undo that damage by appointing diverse judges who understand the challenges real people face in our legal system because they have spent their careers representing them.”