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Duke starting pitcher Andrew Healy throws during the first inning of Friday's NCAA college baseball super regional game against Virginia in Ch…
President Joe Biden signed an executive order aiming to bolster job opportunities for military and veteran spouses whose careers are often disrupted by their loved ones’ deployments. Biden used a visit to the recently renamed Fort Liberty in North Carolina to highlight the order. The order directs agencies to develop a federal government-wide plan on hiring and job retention for military spouses, bolster child care options, and take more than a dozen additional actions. Biden first visited a community college in Rocky Mount that is part of a coalition that received $23.7 million to train students for clean energy jobs. The money is from the Democratic president’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.
Trump indictment unsealed: Former president described Pentagon plan of attack, shared classified map, charges says
An indictment charging former President Donald Trump with mishandling classified documents has been unsealed.