Fortsat strid om besøgsregler

CORONAREGLER Der har været meget stærk kritik af de besøgsregler, som Halsnæs Kommune indførte for at forebygge covid19-smittespredning på kommunens plejecentre. Halsnæs Ældreråd mener således, at kom…
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Where Kamala Harris stands on the issues
The California senator has a long record as a prosecutor and U.S. senator.
Op-Ed: The Trump administration pushes Bristol Bay closer to disaster
Pebble Mine remains a mortal threat to the people, native culture and watershed of pristine, rich and wild Southwest Alaska.
These siblings were separated in 1946. Here's how they finally reconnected in 2020.
Lamar Hoke Jr., 78, and his sister, Connie Stanley, 85, thought that they were never going to find one another, but, after 74 years, they did.
Letters to the Editor: Where in the Bible is the command to worship indoors during a pandemic?
Defying court orders and holding indoor church services is a reckless way for a pastor to prove his faith in God.
Editorial: A new state ethnic studies proposal hits closer to the mark
A new draft state curriculum for a high-school course in ethnic studies drops the jargon and much of the politics in favor of a more coherent and flexible approach.
Letters to the Editor: It's reckless to whip up fear over releasing inmates because of COVID-19
California prisoners face grave dangers because of COVID-19. We have to release them, nonviolent and violent offenders alike.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell: Kamala Harris will be a great VP and help Biden undo harm Trump has caused
I know that Sen. Kamala Harris will be an exceptional vice president of the United States because I know where she comes from.
Letters to the Editor: Trump's nonstop lying alone was impeachable. Let's hold future leaders accountable
It's astounding that President Trump has not been held accountable for constantly lying to the American people.
'Teeth The Size Of Bananas'; New Study Paints Picture Of 'Terror Crocodiles'
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Tourism collapse puts wildlife conservation in peril
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Tourism collapse puts wildlife conservation in peril
Two decades ago, Rosa María Ruiz purchased 4,000 hectares (9,885 acres) of land along the Beni River, near the small village of Rurrenabaque, with the goal of transforming it from a heavily logged patch of the Bolivian Amazon into a thriving private wildlife reserve.
Is Ellen a Hero or an Embarrassment to the Gay Community?
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NJ gym that defied coronavirus restrictions gets license rescinded: report
A New Jersey gym had it's licensed revoked during a town vote on Tuesday after its owners repeatedly defied a state order to remain closed during the coronavirus pandemic, according to multiple reports.
New York Tries to Keep Cool
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The Trump Administration Is Sealing the End of Cyberspace
The U.S. government has surrendered to China’s vision of a national—not international—internet.
Trump, a Total Non-Phony, Gave Money to Kamala Harris’ Past Campaigns
The president who sports a fake tan wants you to think it's his opponent who is “phony.”
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Zero players testing positive for COVID-19 in the two weeks since NHL teams arrived at their two respective playoff hub cities. And a powerful opening night statement on social and racial justice issues made by the league and its players.
Spring college football: When? How much? Who plays?
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Lehner, Golden Knights shut down Blackhawks 4-1 in opener
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Blackmon raises batting average to .500, Rockies top Arizona
Charlie Blackmon raised his batting average to an amazing .500 with three more hits, including a key double during a six-run burst in the eighth inning that led the Colorado Rockies over the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-7 Tuesday night.
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Serena and Venus win, now Williams sisters play each other
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Biden's choice of Harris for ticket not universally embraced by party
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HHS Secretary Azar casts doubt on Putin's virus vaccine claim
Alex Azar says the push to develop a COVID-19 vaccine isn't "a race to be first" and notes the supposed Russian vaccine is far from finished with its testing phases.
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Payroll Tax Delay To Boost Take-Home Pay, But Don't Spend It Yet
President Trump has directed the Treasury Department to stop collecting payroll taxes this fall in an effort to boost workers' paychecks. But the move is temporary, and could spark headaches in 2021.
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John Wayne’s daughters defend late star after his shocking Playboy interview resurfaces: He ‘loved people’
John Wayne’s daughters are coming forward to defend their late father’s legacy after his shocking 1971 interview with Playboy resurfaced.
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How The Coronavirus Has Upended College Admissions
Because of the pandemic, many students will be applying without standardized test scores and several other metrics selective schools have long relied on to make admissions decisions.
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U.S. Puts Kodak Deal On Hold Amid Scrutiny Of Its Finances
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'Leaving us behind': High-risk students ask, why can't all college courses be offered online?
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'Marrying Millions' stars Erica and Rick say criticism over their 46-year age difference is 'kind of funny'
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Meghan Markle’s faith in God got her through the ‘darkest moments’ of her life, book claims
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Dube scores twice as Flames beat Stars 3-2 in Game 1
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Americans' confidence in police falls to its lowest level in nearly three decades, new Gallup poll shows
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Americans' confidence in police falls to its lowest level in nearly three decades, new Gallup poll shows
Americans' confidence in police has hit a new low -- aided in large part by a growing gap between Black and White people about how much they trust officers.
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Indiana woman killed in storm, found clutching great-grandson, 4, inside home: report
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Looks to be another Atlantic tropical storm for the record books
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