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U.S. President Donald Trump's July Fourth celebration, “Salute to America” started with a flyover by Air Force One, followed by a demonstration by the U.S. Army Golden Knights Parachute Team.
Trump ‘Salute for America’ Features Fireworks, Fiery Speech
Trump ‘Salute for America’ Features Fireworks, Fiery Speech https://t.co/fFEREFCW9q https://t.co/b3cpNxm5Ay
How a salon owner has adapted to keeping her business going during the coronavirus pandemic.
A 'Disease of Compassion' or a 'Disease of Hate’? https://t.co/vJbWtKEVNb
US Envoy Forges Ahead With Troubled Taliban Peace Deal https://t.co/aScPxhLksd https://t.co/nJUsXbrFOT
NATO Steps In Amid Reports Of COVID-19 Hitting Afghan Forces https://t.co/2Mi8FkdMs8 https://t.co/NzNtAUGMU9
Mississippi Could Drop Jim Crow-era Statewide Voting Process https://t.co/JGHyYWp9dR https://t.co/XnXeIh6ncU
Naturalization ceremonies for new US citizens held monthly in Los Angeles are the largest in the country.That was before the coronavirus shut down much of the country, newly minted Americans have been coined via drive-through naturalization ceremonies.
Frontline Medical Workers Celebrate 4th of July at White House https://t.co/lmRFVHy2MA https://t.co/6aMrm9jxBD
Trump Plans Large Fireworks Display in Washington Despite City’s Concerns https://t.co/OFVrSBczSe https://t.co/JAtLs0WV1a
New US Citizens Sworn In at Los Angeles Drive Through https://t.co/9qXKaGS2ha
Americans will celebrate Independence Day on Saturday this year.
July 4 marks the decision by the colonies to renounce British rule and form the US. But it didn’t happen on July 4, it was actually July 2, 1776, when the colonies voted for independence.
Trump to Criticize Protesters Who ‘Tear Down’ History https://t.co/qXSAGYC3zy https://t.co/kxFfvkCZF8
Democratic Lawmakers Seek More Budget Oversight in Response to USAGM Firings https://t.co/MuXZClTWdf https://t.co/QXhUGw38Md
Trial in Killing of Journalist Khashoggi Opens in Turkey https://t.co/kJCXCpLo17 https://t.co/clg7KGEKYN
An explosion at a fireworks factory in northwestern Turkey, Friday, July 3, killed two people and injured at least 73 others.
Blast Rocks Turkey Fireworks Factory
Companies such as Coca-Cola, Adidas, Ford and Lego are boycotting Facebook this month, pulling ads that appear on the social network in the United States.
Advertisers Boycott Facebook, Demand Changes
As the number of COVID cases continues to rise in the United States, theater producers seek out ways to stay connected to their art and audience and keep actors employed. https://t.co/2ix0ScWNFK
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