USA News Live Updates: Washington Faces ‘atmospheric Rivers’ & Flood Threat Beginning Thanksgiving Day – Times Of India

Officials from the National Weather Service predict periods of moderate to heavy rain through Wednesday, as the first in a series of systems move across the region.

More moisture from atmospheric rivers – huge plumes of moisture extending over the Pacific and into the Northwest – is expected to bring up to 3 inches (7.6 cm) of rain in some areas hit by the recent flooding, forecasters said.

Washington faces ‘atmospheric rivers’ & flood threat beginning Thanksgiving Day

A week and a half after damaging floods in Washington state, forecasters are warning that multiple “atmospheric rivers” threaten to once again drench the Pacific Northwest beginning Thanksgiving Day.

Judge denies Seminole Tribe’s stay on gambling expansion

A federal district judge has rejected a stay requested by the Seminole Tribe of Florida after an earlier ruling that would block the tribe’s deal with the state to expand gambling and online sports betting statewide.

On Nantucket, the Bidens visited the Coast Guard station at Brant Point to meet virtually with U.S. servicemembers from around the world and chat with personnel at the station.

As we give thanks for what we have, we also keep in our hearts those who have been lost and those who have lost so much.

President Joe Biden in a video greeting recorded with first lady Jill Biden at the White House before their trip to Nantucket, Massachusetts, for the holiday weekendThis is the second Thanksgiving celebrated in the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ahmaud Arbery’s mom: Thankful for justice and son’s legacy

Ahmaud Arbery’s mother says she is thankful for justice, but adds the murder convictions of the men who cornered and killed her son won’t bring him back.

Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving

US lawmakers arrive in Taiwan, second trip in a month

$1K offered to find former president Warren Harding’s stolen dog collar

A radio station serving US President Warren G Harding’s Ohio hometown says a reward offered by one of its listeners is providing new hope of finding a long lost dog collar stolen from his historic home.

New maps spark debate over majority-minority districts

Lawmakers in several states are debating precisely how many Black voters are needed in a legislative district to ensure they can elect the representative they want

Ethiopia warns US against spreading false information on war

Ethiopia’s government has asked the United States to stop spreading falsehoods against the country, the state minister of communication Kebede Dessisa said on Thursday, after the State Department issued an alert.

US expects ‘incredibly close’ ties with next German government

China regulator seeks to avoid US delistings of Chinese firms

Macy’s Thanksgiving parade returns, with all the trimmings

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is returning in full, after being crimped by the coronavirus pandemic last year.

Expanded eligibility boosts US Covid-19 booster shots ahead of holidays

Dollar slips from 16-month highs

Montgomery faces fine lawsuit for changing name of street named after Confederate president

The Alabama attorney general’s office says Montgomery owes a $25,000 for changing the name of a street that bore the name of Confederate President Jefferson Davis