Voices, The Peoples News No. 2021-07-28

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# Indigenous / Global
The Grassy Narrows First Nation took a step forward in its decades-long fight for justice Monday, as the federal government agreed to provide $90 million for a care home that will treat those poisoned by mercury.

# Border / Immigration
Migrant child coronavirus outbreak: Whistleblowers say they were told to downplay infections at Fort Bliss. Two federal whistleblowers are alleging that Department of Health and Human Services instructed them to downplay a coronavirus outbreak amongst migrant children being housed at a facility in Fort Bliss,

Homan: 166,000 immigrants have been released into the US

# Bundy Rides Again
# Children / Youth
Inside the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Secret Pedophile Database. The Vice TV doc “Crusaders” examines a secret database of thousands of Jehovah’s Witness child-sex offenders that’s been assembled by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society.

# CoronaVirus
Covid relief programs are starting to expire for millions of Americans.  Sixteen months after the coronavirus pandemic upended the economy and left millions of Americans out of work, the historic relief programs Congress put in place are set to start expiring.

‘I’m Angry’: Covid Setbacks Spur Resentment Among Vaccinated. As blame mounts against unvaccinated Americans for the reversing pandemic progress, some experts worry that increased pressure on holdouts could backfire.

This is how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells: Scientists are unpicking the life cycle of SARS-CoV-2, the tricks it uses to evade detection and the quirks that make the Delta variant so dangerous. Researchers have discovered key adaptations that help the virus to grab on to human cells with surprising strength and then hide itself once inside.

COVID vaccines slash SARS-CoV-2 viral spread: However,  studies were done before the highly transmissible Delta variant became prevalent, scientists say it is more easily spread by vaccinated people than earlier variants.

South is center of COVID-19 surge: The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday released updated guidance that recommended many Americans again wear masks when they venture into indoor public spaces such as grocery stores, theaters and arenas.

‘I thought I did everything right’: The fully vaccinated are frustrated by CDC’s changing mask advice

Breakthrough COVID infections after vaccination can lead to long-haul symptoms, Israeli study shows. Nearly 3% of medical workers in a new Israeli study contracted COVID-19 even though they were vaccinated, and 19% of them still had symptoms six weeks later.

A mother is grieving the loss of her 33-year-old daughter who was vaccinated against COVID-19 yet still succumbed to the virus on Sunday,
according to a report.

# Economy / Trade
When the Facts Don’t Fit, Lie: As sure as the sun will rise in the east, we will hear American politicians calling for the rich to pay “their fair share.” But it seems those who make that call go out of their way to avoid the evidence that sits right in front of them.

The American Economy Is at a Crossroads. As our nation emerges into a fragile post-pandemic world, we must recognize our economy has been in peril longer than most would care to admit.

President Biden announced a new proposed rule that aims to strengthen domestic supply chains for critical goods and increase the threshold for products to qualify as American-made as part of his commitment to bolstering the number of products made in the U.S.

The first official glimpse into the strength of the economy under President Biden comes Thursday morning with a government report measuring growth during the second quarter.

# Employment / Labor
Workers Beg Joe Manchin to Save West Virginia Pharma Plant as His Daughter Walks Away with $31M: More than 1,400 workers in West Virginia are set to lose their jobs this week when the Viatris pharmaceuticals plant in Morgantown shuts down and moves operations

Biden’s latest executive order could make it easier for Americans to quit their jobs

Sign-Up Window for Free COBRA Coverage for Many Laid-Off Workers Closes  This Week

# Environment / Climate / Interior
Oh good, now there’s an outbreak of wildfire thunderclouds: Huge pyrocumulonimbus clouds just formed over fires in the West. These clouds can then advance across the landscape, sparking new wildfires

Historic floods fuel misery, rage in Detroit. Repeated, disastrous storms offer a foreboding glimpse of Detroit’s new reality in a warming world: flooding intensified by high water level. City officials have repeatedly pointed to climate change as the main culprit in last month’s flood, when Detroit was overwhelmed by as much as 8 inches of rain in less than 19 hours.

Development in a wealthy Montana boom town is fouling a world-class trout river. Rapid growth in Big Sky is threatening the Gallatin River, a tributary of the Missouri River and a renowned fly fishing destination.

Devastated by disasters, Lake Charles is still waiting for help: The Louisiana city, hobbled by two hurricanes, a winter storm and a flood, has struggled to translate sympathy into financial support.

Key Republicans Say They’re Ready to Take Up an Infrastructure Deal. Senate negotiators came to an agreement on key issues and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says they will vote on moving forward Wednesday night.

Senators seal $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal ahead of vote

# Food / GMOs / Chemicals / Other
A catalog of crop failures: Extreme weather is slamming crops across the globe, bringing with it threats of food inflation at a time when costs are already hovering near the highest in a decade

# Food Recalls / Alerts
If You Have These 2 Popular Seasonings, Throw Them Out Now, FDA Says. The McCormick seasonings are possibly contaminated with Salmonella.

# Global Politics and other news
CCTV shows Cuban embassy in Paris being attacked. Cuba’s foreign ministry on Tuesday (July 27), released surveillance footage of petrol bombs attack at their embassy in Paris.

Koreas in talks over possible summit: South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have been sending each other letters since last April that discuss strategies to enhance their nations’ strained ties.

China’s foreign minister met  with a delegation of high-level Taliban officials as ties between them warm ahead of the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan.

UK warned to cool links with China over ‘new cold war’ fears: Tony Abbott, a member of the Board of Trade, said the Asian economic powerhouse was weaponising trade and urged Britain to guard against selling key businesses to the Chinese or even collaborating at a higher education level.

Gaza: Apparent War Crimes During May Fighting (Human Rights Watch) Israeli, Palestinian Violations Show Need for International Criminal Court Inquiry

# Gov / Politics
Lloyd Austin issues warning to China over Taiwan: The United States would “not shy away when our interests are threatened,” referring specifically to support from Taiwan, but added that the US not seek a “confrontation” with China.

‘Failure at the top:’ After U.S. Capitol stormed, security chiefs out. The chief of the U.S. Capitol Police will resign, according to media reports on Thursday, a day after the federal force charged with protecting Congress was unable to keep supporters of Republican President Donald Trump from storming the building.

The RNC Is Ramping Up Its ‘Predatory’ Fundraising Machine. Fundraising texts that look like past due notices. Automatic recurring donations. False matching promises. The RNC isn’t exactly asking for money in the most honest ways.

GOP Rep. Liz Cheney is facing a wave of GOP primary challengers at home as the Wyoming congresswoman and avowed Trump critic takes center stage with the start of the Jan. 6 select committee hearings.

The Right Wing Wants Misinformation and Manufactured Ignorance, Not Democracy In the ongoing flight from political and social responsibility,
manufactured ignorance is the new face of submission.

# Law Enforcement
Seattle mayor calls for more police after six shootings in one weekend. Mayor Jenny Durkan said Seattle lost 250 officers over the past 17 months

Graham says Trump will have ‘a place in history’ for Capitol riot. Speaking on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) indicated that he thought history would judge Trump’s responsibility for the siege that resulted in the deaths of several people

3 KKK Members Who Worked in Florida Jail Plotted to Kill a Black Former Prisoner

# Legal / Judicial / DOJ
This is what Republicans said as Capitol police told their stories on the Hill. CNN’s fact check team analyzed statements made by Republican politicians while Capitol police gave statements in a hearing regarding the January 6th insurrection

“This N***** voted for Joe Biden”: Here’s what the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrectionists yelled at police officers. In horrific testimony, four officers described the barrage of verbal and physical attacks they endured from a violent pro-Trump mob that stormed the US Capitol.

Retired US general says the Trump White House ‘was complicit in the planning’ of the January 6 insurrection

Trump, children cannot arbitrate marketing scam case -U.S. appeals court: A federal appeals court said former U.S. President Donald Trump and his adult children cannot move into arbitration a fraud lawsuit accusing them of exploiting their family name to promote a marketing scam targeting the poor and working class.

Transgender children: Texas families are bracing for Gov. Abbott’s executive order barring transgender youth from gender-affirming care. In response, some families are preparing to leave the state.

# Medical / Global
A Second Person in France May Have Caught Deadly Prion Disease From Lab Exposure. Public research labs in France are temporarily halting their work into prions, after at least two employees are believed to have contracted a rare but universally fatal prion brain disease.

# Military / Global
U.K. Warship Enters South China Sea Despite Beijing Warnings

# Nuclear
China appears to be expanding its nuclear capabilities, US researchers say in new report. Analysts at the Federation of American Scientists say the new silo field is located near the city of Hami in Xinjiang province and may eventually include about 110 silos

# Science
The artificial womb, a fast-approaching frontier for humanity? If it were to become a reality, the gestation of the unborn infant outside of the body (known as ectogenesis), in artificial wombs, could truly shape the evolution of humanity. However, this technology has also sparked fierce ethical-legal debate across the globe.

# Social
How stolen valor brought down a Florida Ku Klux Klan cell. “The medals he wore were fake.”
# Water
Elevated lead levels found in 93 Hawaii public school water fixtures. Testing of drinking water at Hawaiʻi’s public schools found at least 93 faucets and fountains have elevated concentrations of lead.

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