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Be warned that all that coziness might make it virtually impossible to get out of bed in the morning.
Although a new report by the department’s Office of Inspector General does not attribute any deaths directly to the Marshals’ policies, it does warn that agency practices “may lead to further infections.”
Republicans are also warning of a new precedent being set that could subject former presidents, even dead ones, to a Senate trial.
Unfortunately, although the bill's authors try to thread a tricky needle carefully, critics warn that bad-faith actors could nonetheless easily weaponize the bill as written against both platforms and other users.
Coastal scientists warn that the structures can be just as damaging to Hawaii’s beaches as seawalls, which have contributed to the loss of about one-quarter of the beaches on Oahu, Maui and Kauai.
“I will warn you about things that trigger everyone on the main page,” wrote a Hawaii doctor.
In 2019, an FBI bulletin warned of QAnon’s connection to “conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists.”
During debate, Republicans warned that Democrats were opening a “Pandora’s box” of majority tyranny, while Democrats maintained that Greene’s comments represent a uniquely unacceptable situation.
The World Health Organization warns rich countries not to hoard vaccines.
Already the United Nations has warned that the political conditions in Uganda are preventing the likelihood of a free and fair presidential election.

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