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60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. It continues to resonate in new ways, given the sweeping changes and widespread protests over the last year and following a guilty verdict in the killing of George Floyd. https://t.co/pmgu0D1uJ8
The U.S. and the E.U. have both imposed sanctions on Iran's president-elect over his human rights record, making him the first Iranian president to take the world stage at venues like the annual U.N. General Assembly under the cloud of such a designation. https://t.co/t73SONdtSh
At the age of 89, Opal Lee walked from her home in Fort Worth to Washington, D.C., in an effort to get Juneteenth named a national holiday. "None of us are free till we’re all free," she told us last year. Now, at 94, her vision has become a reality. https://t.co/Teao7fI144
NEW: Local election officials can now be removed or stripped of power under new voting laws implemented this year by Republican legislators in GA, AR, KS and under consideration in AZ. Most of those ousted already are Black Democrats. w/@NYTnickc https://t.co/jlY3mqayH6
Biden is unlikely to reach his goal of 70 % of American adults partly vaccinated by July 4. Still, the White House is forecasting a “summer of joy and freedom” & will throw an “independence from the virus” party to celebrate. w/@noahweiland https://t.co/BzL5Xg0MTj
The appointment of the 32 year-old economist Natasha Sarin to the Treasury Department’s “compliance brain trust” is a sign of how important tax code policy is to the Biden administration as it tries to win bipartisan support for its infrastructure plan. https://t.co/gt8jKf3EaU