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Airline industry set to cut more than 35,000 jobs this week

United Airline flight attendant

For Jennie Ballesteros, having the wings of a United Airlines flight attendant ceremonially pinned to her chest was the fulfillment of a dream she’d held onto for years — ever since some crew members she served as a waitress told her she might have what it takes.

“I’m going to make it,” Ballesteros recalls thinking. “I’m going to have some security. A retirement. A 401(k). This is an amazing job. I was just so happy.”

It was Jan. 2.

“I said, ‘2020 is going to be my year.’ ”

Soon, news of a novel coronavirus from Wuhan, China, began spreading. In her first few months on the job, the 29-year-old was working evacuation flights as people sought to get to their home countries as the world locked down.

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Spike in Covid cases within New Jersey’s Orthodox communities raises concern

Spike in Covid cases in NJ Orthodox jewish community

New outbreaks of Covid-19 have begun cropping up in several New Jersey counties, including within Orthodox Jewish communities, raising concerns that the state could be primed for a surge after Yom Kippur events on Monday.

“Ocean County, and especially Lakewood, [are] clearly our hotspots right now,” Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday during his regular briefing in Trenton. “I’m sure there’s some amount of relationship to worship for Rosh Hashanah. We have Yom Kippur coming up.”

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Federal Judge Ousts Trump’s Bureau Of Land Management Chief

Acting Chief of land managementWilliam PendleyA federal judge on Friday blocked William Perry Pendley, the anti-public lands extremist who has overseen the federal Bureau of Land Management for more than a year, from continuing to lead the bureau.

U.S. District Judge Brian Morris in Montana ruled that Pendley has illegally served as acting director of BLM for more than 400 days.

The decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed in August by Montana Gov. Steve Bullock (D), which argued that Pendley’s ongoing tenure violates the Federal Vacancies Reform Act. The act limits the amount of time Cabinet officials may serve in an acting role to 210 days.

“Today’s ruling is a win for the Constitution, the rule of law, and our public lands,” Bullock wrote in a Twitter response. “Montanans can rest easy knowing that National Public Lands Day will begin with William Perry Pendley packing his desk and vacating the Director’s Office.”

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Sheriff Breaks Up Huge NYC Wedding With Almost 300 Guests

NY Sheriff breaks up wedding with 250 people

A New York City wedding ended in disaster Friday night after cops busted the illicit gathering of almost 300 guests and took the venue owner into custody, according to local reports.

After receiving an anonymous complaint, the New York City Sheriff’s Department broke up the wedding at the Royal Elite Palace in Woodside, Queens just before midnight, NBC News New York reported. Upon entering the hall, filled with mask-less guests in formal wear, deputies found “large groups of people entering the location through what appears to be an indoor parking area as well as loud music coming from the location.”

Citing law enforcement sources, the New York Post said at least 240 guests were present and the venue was serving food, alcohol, and playing live music. NBC reported that 284 guests were sent home from the wedding.

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Right wing Proud Boys rally has Portland in state of emergency

Proud Boys rally in PortlandThousands of supporters of the right-wing Proud Boys group were expected in Portland, Oregon on Saturday as police prepared for clashes in a city that has become the epicenter of sometimes deadly political violence in the run up to the Nov. 3 election.

Governor Kate Brown on Friday declared a weekend state of emergency for Oregon’s biggest city, saying “white supremacist groups” were traveling from out of state to attend an event the Proud Boys say was organized to “end domestic terrorism.”

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Trump has selected Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Supreme Court, GOP sources say

Amy Coney BarrettPresident Donald Trump has federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett of Indiana as his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, multiple Republican and conservative sources told USA TODAY Friday.

While Barrett, 48, had been the front-runner for the nomination all along, other potential candidates on the president's short list included Barbara Lagoa, a federal appeals court judge from Florida. Trump interviewed Barrett at the White House on Monday.

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As Trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transition, Pentagon stresses it will play no role in the election

Gen. Milley and TrumpPresident Donald Trump this week refused to commit to a peaceful transition should he lose the November election, leading some to speculate that he might seek to use the tools of presidential power including his role as commander in chief of the armed forces to prolong his time in office.

The US military is adamant that it will not play a role settling election disputes with its top uniformed officer, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley clearly setting out the Pentagon's position in a letter to Congress last month.
"The Constitution and laws of the US and the states establish procedures for carrying out elections, and for resolving disputes over the outcome of elections ... I do not see the US military as part of this process," Milley said in the letter to two members of the House Armed Services Committee.

Federal Judge Bars Trump Administration From Ending Census Early

Federak judge increases time for census infoA federal judge barred the Trump administration on Friday from ending the 2020 census a month early, the latest twist in years of political and legal warfare over perhaps the most contested population count in a century.

In U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Judge Lucy H. Koh issued a preliminary injunction preventing the administration from winding down the count by Sept. 30, a month before the scheduled completion date of Oct. 31. She also barred officials from delivering completed population data to the White House on Dec. 31 rather than the April 2021 delivery date that had previously been set out.

The judge had temporarily stayed the early completion of the census count on Sept. 5 pending a hearing held on Tuesday.

The ruling came after evidence filed this week showed that top Census Bureau officials believed ending the head count early would seriously endanger its accuracy.

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New York Threatens Orthodox Jewish Areas With Lockdown Over Virus

NYC threatens Jewish Orthodox Community with lockdown

Facing a worrying spike in coronavirus cases in Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods, New York City health officials began carrying out emergency inspections at private religious schools on Friday and threatened to impose an extraordinary lockdown in those communities that would be the first major retreat by the city on reopening since the pandemic began.

Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered the Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office to enforce public health guidelines in several Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Queens and Brooklyn, where residents often do not wear masks or engage in social distancing. But community leaders said residents have been resisting the guidelines because of hostility toward Mr. de Blasio and the growing influence of President Trump, whose views on masks and the pandemic have been widely embraced.

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