Newsfeed Now: Man arrested in deadly movie theater shooting; Fed up neighbors tackle pothole problems


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(NEXSTAR) – The debate over re-masking on capitol hill is heating up. This comes as congress’s top doctor issued new guidance for members of Congress as cases ramp back up due to the delta variant of COVID-19.

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During the pandemic, students attended class remotely, now after experiencing homeschooling some parents seem to like the idea.

Tokyo is reporting a record number of covid cases, with more than 3,800 yesterday.
Officials say the Olympic games have not contributed to the high number of cases, saying out of more than 300,000 COVID-19 tests conducted, very few have tested positive. On Friday they reported 27 covid cases associated with the Olympics, including three athletes.

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A suspect has been arrested in a California shooting that killed a woman and badly wounded a man at a movie theater during “The Forever Purge”  film screening.

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A group of residents in a New York town were so fed up with potholes in their area that they decided to fill several of them with their own resources.

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