The Morning Dispatch: Democrats Inch Closer to Reconciliation Deal
Happy Tuesday! Lots of lawyers out there like to claim they are fighting for the little guy, but only a few truly walk the walk.
Thank you, Spencer Sheehan of Great Neck, New York, for suing Kellogg’s and bringing to light this injustice: Strawberry Pop-Tarts allegedly contain more pear and apple flavoring than they do strawberry.
Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories
Sudan’s military seized power by force on Monday, detaining Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and cracking down on protesters, reportedly killing three. Coup leader Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said on television he was dissolving the country’s government, and that the military will remain in charge until elections are held in July 2023.
The Biden administration on Monday further clarified the COVID-19 restrictions that will go into effect when the United States lifts its international travel ban on November 8. Barring a handful of exceptions, all non-citizen travelers to the United States 18 and older will need to present both proof they are fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO-authorized vaccine and a negative COVID-19 test within three days of departure. Unvaccinated travelers—either American citizens or those meeting the exemption criteria—will now need to present a negative COVID-19 test from within one day of departure.