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Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws postal union backlash

Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws postal union backlash

Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here’s what you need to know as you start your day … Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws postal union backlashThe influential American Postal Workers Union on Wednesday said that at this point, it opposes a coronavirus vaccine mandate from the Biden administration but encouraged workers to voluntarily take the jabs.  “While the APWU…

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Larry Kudlow breaks down the bipartisan Senate infrastructure bill

‘Kudlow’ host breaks down infrastructure pay-fors in Biden plan Key points here: Key issues of the infrastructure bill, I guess, have been resolved. We don’t have an actual committee print with legislative details. That will come later, especially on the spending side.  I have a general spending thing, but we don’t have the legislative details as Hillary Vaughn suggested.  I am dying to know how much…

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Ted Cruz weighs in on ‘staggering’ number of migrants as US pacing to 2 million border crossings under Biden

Ted Cruz weighs in on 'staggering' number of migrants as US pacing to 2 million border crossings under Biden

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined ‘The Story’ to weigh in on the growing crisis along the southern border.  SENATOR TED CRUZ: Well, unfortunately that follows a pattern we’ve seen from the Biden Administration. What we see at the border today is an absolute crisis. It’s the worst it has ever been. We have functionally open borders. This was caused…

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Twin meteor showers will peak tonight — but viewing may be tricky

Twin meteor showers will peak tonight — but viewing may be tricky

Two meteor showers will grace the night skies this week – though the moon may make observing them nearly impossible.  The Southern Delta Aquariids and the lesser Alpha Capricornids are set to peak on Wednesday,  FIREBALL BLAZES ACROSS TEXAS SKY According to the American Meteor Society (AMS), the Alpha Capricornids – named for the constellation Capricorn – are active…

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Fireball blazes across Texas sky

Fireball blazes across Texas sky

Texas residents were stunned to see a fireball blaze across the sky on Sunday night.  ASTEROID THE SIZE OF GIZA PYRAMID, TAJ MAHAL TO PASS ‘CLOSE’ TO EARTH According to NASA Meteor Watch, the celestial spectacle passed overhead just before 9 p.m. CT.  “Hundreds of eyewitnesses in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma report seeing a very…

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Iron Age-era mummy preserved in bog still has undigested last meal

Iron Age-era mummy preserved in bog still has undigested last meal

Archaeology team in Egypt find lion mummy at famed pyramid site Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities said archaeologists excavated the mummy in Saqqara, a town south of Cairo. The Ministry of Antiquities is planning to announce additional details about the discovery at the end of the month. In 2004, the first lion skeleton was found, revealing the sacred status of…

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Snow leopard at San Diego Zoo tests positive for COVID-19

Snow leopard at San Diego Zoo tests positive for COVID-19

A snow leopard at the San Diego Zoo has tested positive for COVID-19 — forcing the zoo to temporarily shut down its leopard habitat to visitors, officials said Friday. Zoo staff first noticed that Ramil, a 9-year-old male, had a cough and runny nose on Thursday, and sent the animal’s stool to be tested, according to a statement from…

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Astronomers make first detection of this ‘moon-forming’ phenomenon

Astronomers make first detection of this 'moon-forming' phenomenon

NASA plans two missions to Venus NASA aims for two new missions to Venus to learn more about the ‘lost habitable’ world; former NASA astronaut Tom Jones provides insight on ‘CAVUTO Live.’ Astronomers have discovered the presence of a disk around a planet beyond our solar system for the first time. By using the high-resolution Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array…

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NASA seismologists image the interior of another planet for the first time

NASA seismologists image the interior of another planet for the first time

For the first time, seismologists have imaged the interior of another planet. Using data from NASA’s InSight spacecraft’s seismometer, the agency’s Mars rovers and orbiters around the red planet, the scientists published three papers in the journal Science with revealing facts about the planet’s deep interior. NASA’S PERSEVERANCE MARS ROVER READIES TO BEGIN SAMPLING PROCESS According to a Thursday…

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