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Top eight CNS stories for today including Governor Gavin Newsom ordered much of California to shut down again as the novel coronavirus wreaks havoc across the Golden State; A federal appeals court that President Trump flipped last year cleared the way for the Justice Department to withhold grant money from sanctuary jurisdictions; Polish voters narrowly re-elected a nationalist conservative president and delivered a bitter blow to liberals in Europe, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including most Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump’s handling of race relations, the novel coronavirus and reopening the economy; The conservative-majority Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned three of the Democratic governor’s budget vetoes; The Netherlands brought a case against Russia at the European Court of Human Rights over the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court upheld a New York City prosecutor’s subpoena for President Donald Trump’s tax returns; Governor Gavin Newsom announced a single-day record of 149 Covid-19 deaths; Eastern Europe is becoming a new trouble spot in the coronavirus pandemic as infections spike and national governments face resistance to lockdown measures, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court endorsed Trump-ordered exemptions that would let employers deny coverage for birth control if they assert moral objections; Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sued the Trump administration over a rule that says foreign students must take classes in person to stay in the country; Religious groups argued against a Belgian law banning ritual animal slaughter before Europe’s highest court, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the national press corps filed an appellate brief supporting the First Amendment right of press and public to see new court complaints on the day they are filed; A smattering of mask-clad voters hit the polls for New Jersey’s primary; The World Health Organization acknowledged there is emerging evidence the new coronavirus may be dangerously transmitted through the air in poorly ventilated indoor environments, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court ruled against a handful of irregular Electoral College voters who in 2016 voted for a range of candidates of their own choosing; A federal judge ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to be shut down in one month; The European Union’s highest court heard yet another case involving the Polish judicial system, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including political experts disagree about whether President Trump’s plummeting poll numbers reflect a hardening verdict of the electorate or another temporary swing; The economy added back 4.8 million jobs last month but a surge in coronavirus cases threatens to abruptly halt recovery; The champion of the world in the fight against Covid-19 is Vietnam, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including California will shut down indoor services at restaurants and wineries and order movie theaters, zoos and museums to bar indoor operations in 19 counties that have seen a surge in novel coronavirus infections; A federal watchdog report found that Boeing failed to provide regulators with documents about changes it made in a key system blamed for the deadly crashes of two 737 Max jets; Europe’s top rights court heard from the lawyers of Czech parents who don’t want to vaccinate their children, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Democrats said there was no information to back up President Donald Trump’s snubbing of reports that Russian officials offered bounties to Taliban soldiers in exchange for American lives; The Supreme Court ruled Montana discriminated against religious schools by excluding them from a tax-credit scheme meant to help low-income families afford private education; American travelers will be barred from entering the EU until the U.S. manages to contain its coronavirus outbreak, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that a Louisiana law imposing restrictions on doctors who perform abortions is unconstitutional; President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee escalated their fight against mail-in voting; Politicization of disease has a long history, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the Ninth Circuit ruled that President Donald Trump illegally circumvented Congress’ “power of the purse” by transferring $2.5 billion to construct portions of the border wall; California Governor Gavin Newsom asked Imperial County officials to reimpose stay-at-home orders as coronavirus cases spike; Europeans are letting their guard down despite experts and leaders sounding the alarm about a potential resurgence of the virus, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including Joe Biden holds strong leads in a half-dozen battleground states over President Donald Trump; California air quality regulators are set to approve the nation’s first electric truck standards; Texas and other states are grappling with a spike in Covid-19 cases, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the D.C. Circuit ordered a federal judge to let the government abandon the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn; The Senate confirmed the 200th judge President Donald Trump has placed on a federal court; The European Union may extend a ban on travelers from the United States and other countries where the coronavirus has not been brought under control, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including the coronavirus pandemic did not prevent New York City voters from turning out in droves to participate in an important primary election; Defense lawyers in the Netherlands trial over the MH17 plane crash suggested the investigation into the downing of the passenger jet might have been manipulated by Ukraine; Vice President Mike Pence launched his “Faith in America” rally tour in a conservative Milwaukee suburb, and more.

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Top eight CNS stories for today including California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a deal with lawmakers to patch the state’s shattered finances; A federal judge advanced allegations that the government has grossly mishandled loan-forgiveness programs meant to incentivize careers in public service; Defense lawyers for one of the four men charged with the downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet questioned the six-year investigation that concluded the plane was shot down by Ukrainian separatists, and more.

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