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Jessica Suerth
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megan squire 13m
They planned this on their - where else?- Telegram channel, posting pictures of the banner on July 31 with the caption "Soon".
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Nick Martin 2h
Four men were cited for trespassing on Saturday in Queen Creek, Arizona, after hanging a banner that said "Hitler was right" on a railroad bridge. This article doesn't name the men, but I will.
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Jessica Suerth 4m
Replying to @brahmresnik
As usual, has you covered on what you’ll want to watch for tonight.
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Louisa Loveluck 52m
Replying to @SavetheChildren
"The incident could not have occurred at a worse time and has hit communities who were already suffering from COVID-19 crisis & economic deterioration. Beirut’s port, completely damaged, is vital for food, grains, & fuel that Lebanon imports.” - .
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Jessica Suerth 55m
Today is in Arizona. Follow along with the day’s events here. 🇺🇸
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Jessica Suerth 58m
President Trump on 1,000 Americans dying from COVID-19 a day: “It is what it is.”
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BrahmResnik 23h
JUST IN heading to DC: ✅Wed: Meet w & Coronavirus Task Force in Oval Office. ✅Thu: Meet with Nat'l Gov Assoc & health leaders 🚨Fri: Deadline for AZ school COVID metrics
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Bianca Buono 20h
Superintendent Kathy Hoffman says "Arizona is not currently in a place to resume traditional in-person instruction or hybrid learning models." She doesn't believe any school community will be able to safely reopen by August 17th.
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Jessica Suerth 21h
Replying to @NoelleDLilley
we love to see it!!!
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Jessica Suerth 22h
“Far from being a ‘great equalizer,’ the pandemic fell unevenly upon the U.S., taking advantage of injustices that had been brewing throughout the nation’s history.”
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Chris Mohney Aug 3
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oatmeal influencer Aug 3
due to personal reasons i will be creating an environment that is so toxic
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Erica Stapleton Aug 3
Kay & Larry Woodcock, JJ’s grandparents, some of the few people in the socially-distanced courtroom this morning. Larry wiping away tears as Detective Hermosillo testifies to finding bodies
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Jessica Suerth Aug 3
Replying to @suerthjessica
From last year: As the president stopped by hospitals and city buildings, people called on Trump to apologize for or take back his anti-Hispanic and anti-immigrant rhetoric that has been unwavering since he first announced his presidency.
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Jessica Suerth Aug 3
Replying to @suerthjessica
The community rallied together to help those in need.
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Jessica Suerth Aug 3
Replying to @suerthjessica
President Donald Trump, whose racist language some say inspired the gunman's actions, visited the border town while we were there.
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Jessica Suerth Aug 3
Replying to @12News
One year ago, I visited El Paso to cover the aftermath of the shooting for . What we found was a group of heartbroken but strong people who were not going to let a racist gunman motivated by fear and hate change their community.
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Jessica Suerth Aug 3
Twenty-three people were murdered and another 23 were injured one year ago today, when a gunman opened fire inside a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. It's considered the deadliest attack on Latinos in modern American history.
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Jessica Suerth Aug 3
Replying to @suerthjessica
You can watch his court appearance live here: .
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