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By approving the transition to President-elect Joe Biden, President Trump effectively surrendered his efforts to overturn the election results. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal stupidity.
South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn — one of Joe Biden’s most important political backers — is pushing the president-elect to name an African-American to head the Department of Agriculture. “I’m sick and tired of people saying that rural America is only Nebraska and Iowa,” Clyburn told The Post on Thanksgiving, referring to two farm states... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden has to pay back the favor.
The justices issued six opinions, several of them unusually bitter, in upholding challenges from churches and synagogues to state pandemic restrictions on religious services. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The Court is 5-4, not 6-3.

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The court signaled that if unconstrained religious observance and public safety are sometimes at odds, then religious freedom should win out. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Cuomo is acting stupid.
Pro-gun groups have flooded the federal courts with challenges to various firearms restrictions, expecting the cases will work their way up to the newly constituted 6-3 conservative Supreme Court. The high court generally has declined to take up major gun cases in recent years, but activists are banking that the ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Again. the Court is 5-4.
The killing risks further raising tensions across the Mideast. ABC
VOA VIEW: No tears.
They've faced months of slumping sales and businesses toppling into bankruptcy. ABC
Hyundai and Kia will spend $137 million on fines and safety improvements because they moved too slowly to recall over 1 million U.S. vehicles with engines that can fail ABC
VOA VIEW: As they should be.
The U.S. Third Circuit Court has rejected the Trump campaign’s appeal of a federal lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania that challenged the outcome of the 2020 elections. ABC
VOA VIEW: Sad!

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The Justice Department is quietly amending its execution protocols, no longer requiring federal death sentences to be carried out by lethal injection and clearing the way for other methods like firing squads and poison gas ABC
Laying off food service workers with families is the hardest part of the job, restaurant owners say. CBS
Retailers benefited from a boost in online shopping as consumers steer clear of brick-and-mortar stores. CBS
President Trump committed to leaving the White House in January if the Electoral College votes for Joe Biden, but says he'll continue to contest the election results and still refuses to concede. CBS
VOA VIEW: A fair decision.

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Working remotely from different states? You could face new tax obligations next year. CNBC
As the United States women's national soccer team (USWNT) geared up to face the Netherlands in a friendly on Friday, their anthem jackets were emboldened with a message: Black Lives Matter. CNN
VOA VIEW: They hopefully will lose.
President Trump deserves thanks for appointing three conservative Supreme Court justices , each of whom ruled this week in favor of religious groups and against New York government officials seeking to curb congregation sizes at religious services, a key supporter of the president wrote on Thanksgiving Day.   FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good!

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Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller made a surprise visit to Somalia Friday in the last of a four-country tour as President Donald Trump contemplates a draw down of counterterrorism troops there. UPI

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      Seattle leader have lost their minds, if they had any.  Seattle's crime increase will only get worse if the city's leadership continues to hamstring its police force, Seattle Police Officers Guild president Mike Solan told Fox News Wednesday. “Clearly this is the result of the city council conducting activism via their governance, listening to the loud socialist mob that is calling for more reform, taking away budgeted money from public safety, which to me is unfortunate because regardless of your politics, we know that Seattle is very progressive,” Solan told "Outnumbered Overtime."

     Seattle's City Council voted Monday to cut the police department's budget by roughly 18% – a far cry from the 50% reduction that activists had called for – and reallocate “millions” of dollars to “fund community alternatives." Members voted to slash funds meant for SPD training and overtime, reassign certain roles -- including 911 dispatchers, parking enforcement officers and mental health workers -- to other city agencies and eliminate unfilled jobs, according to officials and local news station KING 5

      MyNorthwest.com previously described it as one of the largest budget cuts at any big city police department this year. The council did approve the hiring of 100 new police recruits in 2021, which Mayor Jenny Durkan and other officials argued was needed.