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BIDEN AND HARRIS JURAMENTAN: MANDATE BEGINS WITH SEVERAL EXECUTIVE ORDERS

On his first day in office, Joe Biden signed several executive orders to return to the United States to the Paris Agreement and prevent his departure from the World Health Organization (WHO), in which the revocation of two of Donald’s most controversial measures Trump.

The new US president signed executive orders to ask Americans to wear masks on all federal properties, ordered a halt to work on the border wall with Mexico, lifted restrictions on people from Muslim countries, and reversed plans to exclude them from the 2020 census. to those who live without permission in the country.

Summary by Randy Serrano.

At the same time it ordered to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and extended until June 2020 the temporary legality status for Liberians who fled the civil war and the Ebola outbreak. .

WIN GORDO POWERBALL PRIZE OF 730 MILLION DOLLARS

A lucky Maryland resident was the one who bought the winning ticket to one of the biggest Powerball jackpots in recent months. It is the fourth largest accumulated in the history of this game.

The winning numbers were: 40-53-60-68-69 with a Powerball of 22. This Thursday it was announced that the Coney Market store in the town of Lonaconing, Allegany County had sold the ticket with the winning combination.

The prize will go to one lucky person who bought the ticket in Maryland.

The $ 2 million second-prize winning ticket was also sold in Maryland, at an AC&T store in Hagerstown.

TRUMP TRIAL HEARINGS BEGIN IN FEBRUARY

The leader of the Democratic majority in the Senate, Chuck Schumer, announced that the hearings in defense of the impeachment against Donald Trump will begin on February 8. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, will send the position to the Upper House for a new impeachment for her alleged responsibility in the assault on the Capitol.

Trump, the first president in US history to be subjected to two political trials, faces the charge of “inciting insurrection” for the assault on the Capitol on January 6, which left five dead. Although the trial may not result in Trump’s removal from office, Democrats are confident that the process will result in his disbarment from future positions.

Former President Donald Trump faces his second impeachment trial following the Capitol riots.

Senate Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell proposed delaying the impeachment trial until mid-February, arguing that Trump needed time to prepare his defense, so he proposed that once the trial begins, the former president be given a week to present his “response” to the charge against him, and another week to present his preparatory documents for the process.

THEY CAUGHT AN ALLEGED SERIAL KILLER WHO ATTACKED OLD WOMEN

The search for an alleged serial killer in Nine York ended where it began five years ago: inside the public housing building where he resided with his three victims.

The latest murder was that of a 78-year-old Hispanic woman who was found strangled in her home last week, all of the victims were women between 78 and 83 who trusted the defendant to help them in their homes.

Samuel Little, America’s worst serial killer with nearly 60 confirmed victims, has died. He was 80 years old.

The suspect was identified as Kevin Gavin, 66, who lived in the same Brownsville building as the three victims and whom he helped with errands and minor repairs to their apartments to gain their trust.