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At issue is how much the Second Amendment protects the right of individuals to carry concealed weapons outside their home for self-defense. The case will likely be argued in the fall.
Given a lack of international coordination that has beset the current coronavirus pandemic, whether such a treaty could be reached or adhered to is an open question.
Perseverance landed safely on the red planet on Thursday, immediately getting to work with a first photo of the rover’s “forever home.”
The team, which includes former federal health officials, aims to create a blueprint for the incoming administration’s COVID-19 response as the nation battles a new surge in infections.
The vice president wore a mask during an appearance in Rockville, Md. Despite a surge in new cases, Pence insisted the country was “in a much better place than four months ago, even two months ago.”
An effort by China to express solidarity with an Asian neighbor that is also battling the deadly coronavirus pandemic has not gone exactly to plan. Last week, the Chinese Embassy in Manila posted a music video titled Iisang Dagat, or “One Sea” in Tagalog, the language commonly spoken in the Philippines. The reference is to the South China… Read More