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File Republican congressman Steve Kean has lost his seat Republicans in northwest Iowa outside congressman Steve king in Tuesday's primary decided they'd had enough of the conservative mainstay known for making pointed comments about immigrants in white supremacy throughout his nearly two decades but in Congress the nine term congressman John bye party leadership in Washington and many of his longtime supporters at home lost a well funded state senator Randy Feenstra in a five way GOP primary critics in both parties charging king was no longer an effective representative for Iowa's fourth congressional district on agriculture another local issues I'm pretty bad at reporting Joe Biden is on the cusp of formally securing the democratic presidential nomination after winning hundreds more delegates in primary contests Tuesday while condemning the death of George Floyd while in police custody and Minneapolis Texas governor Greg Abbott says father protests are taking away for the message of ending racist police tactics you know ironically those acts of violence and vandalism they are overshadowing the death of George Florida rather than shining a light on the injustice that occurred Washington DC area pastor says the rights of the killing of Floyd actually began as peaceful rallies at all we have many people coming out of the entry for others we have the same problem as Ferguson people who blew up war in fact I'm not African American Jackson junior spoke to the Salem radio network a police officer was fatally shot Tuesday night at the motel in Alabama news outlets identify the twenty three old officer as moody police sergeant Steven Williams he was shot shortly before nine thirty PM and taken by ambulance to a hospital news outlets report there was a possible stand off the motel with a heavy police presence and two suspects are in custody this is Donald are calm eight X. lawmakers have returned to parliament after a hybrid system that allow them to take part in proceedings via video link came to an end I think there is such unease about the idea are all returning to business as usual it is quite possible that MPs may decide actually they're gonna stick with the virtual parliament because there are MPs are concerned about having to shield our other MPs who have travel difficulties with our other MPs who because schools have gone back for the year groups have child care issues so there's an awful lot of MPs a pretty skeptical about returning to business as usual even though we have the leader of the house of Jacob Rees Mogg is insistent that MPs of got to set an example to the rest of the country by returning to work the BBC Norman Smith Asian shares rose Wednesday after Wall Street extended its gains for the third straight day so far wall street's momentum has not been derailed by the wave of daily unrest across the.

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