Cassidy discusses infrastructure on Meet the Press
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Cassidy discusses infrastructure on Meet the Press
Everything you need to know about the latest travel announcements
The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions is the most eagerly anticipated yet, with hopes that additions to the green list could mean a last-minute summer holiday abroad. From August 2, fully vaccinated people travelling from the EU and the US can enter the UK without having to quarantine. The rumoured amber watchlist could put thousands of holidaymakers at risk of having to stay in hotel quarantine.
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Flooding caused by monsoonal rains on July 31 forced the Interstate 70 at Glenwood Canyon, Colorado, to remain closed to motorists.Drone footage filmed by the Colorado Department of Transportation on Sunday, August 1, shows the extent of the mudslide damage to the canyon and its surrounding areas.According to local reports multiple mudslides have been triggered in recent weeks due to heavy rain over an area burned by a wildfire in western Colorado.On the night of July 29 dozens of motorists were reportedly trapped overnight on the highway due to mudslides.The Interstate 70, Colorado’s main east-west highway, remained closed near Glenwood Canyon on Monday, according to officials. Credit: Colorado Department of Transportation via Storyful
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‘Collective strength’: the LRA captive restoring dignity to survivors in Uganda. Kidnapped by Lord’s Resistance Army rebels as a girl, Victoria Nyanjura has pushed through major reforms for victims of abduction and rape
New York on Tuesday announced the introduction of a de facto vaccine pass for some public spaces, as China's Wuhan said it would test all 11 million residents after the coronavirus returned to the place where it first emerged.
The authority overseeing Britain's carbon emissions trading scheme (ETS) said a mechanism to curb costs in the scheme has not been triggered for August and would not be until November at the earliest. Britain began trading carbon permits under its new domestic ETS on May 19, having left the European Union's ETS since leaving the single market at the beginning of this year. In the UK market, the supply of permits can be increased to curb high prices under a so-called cost containment mechanism, or CCM, which is triggered if average prices remain above a certain level for three consecutive months.
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Two diplomats say foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations have tentatively chosen a special envoy to help deal with the violent political crisis gripping Myanmar but must wait on approval from the military-ruled nation’s leaders before announcing it
Authorities say the suspect in the killing of three people in rural South Carolina hopped on a plane after the shootings and was arrested hours later at a Florida hotel
Simone Biles took home the bronze medal after returning to the Tokyo Olympics to compete in the beam final on Aug. 3, and while her epic routine is what obviously deserves the most attention here, there was also one tiny detail we couldn't help but call out: her Olympics-themed nail art. The gymnast competed in the event wearing a double french manicure design with traditional white tips outlined on each finger by red, yellow, blue, green, and black - aka the five colors featured in the Olympics logo. Biles is one of many athletes who have been freely expressing themselves at the Olympics through colorful hairstyles, makeup looks, and nail art.
Authorities in Wuhan on Tuesday said they would test its entire population for Covid-19 after the central Chinese city where the coronavirus emerged reported its first local infections in more than a year.
Black barrister to lead independent police oversight board. Scrutiny board headed by Abimbola Johnson among initiatives that show police accept they need to change
Cocaine Cowboys: the story of the billionaires who controlled MiamiIn a Netflix docuseries, the story of ‘The Kings of Miami’ brings in a complex story of crime, corruption and wealth ‘If you were a grocer, a jeweler, in real estate, sold wine or had a restaurant or a nightclub, you were touched by those narco dollars’. Photograph: Netflix
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Tenants are turning up at housing courts hoping for last-minute reprieves from looming evictions after the federal eviction ban ended over the weekend
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to announce whether Scotland will lift nearly all of its Covid-19 restrictions including the re-opening of nightclubs and sports stadiums at full capacity. The Scottish First Minister set the date in June, even before the move to Level 0 on July 19 which increased the numbers of people who could gather and extended the opening hours of hospitality. Other businesses such as soft play were finally allowed to reopen – however nightclubs are among those still closed ahead of Tuesday’s statement in a virtual session of the Scottish Parliament.
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