*** REGIONAL NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
+ KING-5 TV: Costco makes change to COVID policy as cases rise – In a reversal, Costco plans to keep offering an hour of shopping two days per week for seniors, people with disabilities and the immunocompromised.
+ The Olympian via MSN: Thurston commission approves plan to fund non-profit grants for pandemic recovery
+ KING-5 TV: United Airlines to suspend service at Everett’s Paine Field this fall – leaving Alaska Air as lone carrier
+ The News Tribune (Tacoma) Heat wave triggers surge in illnesses caused by eating oysters, Washington officials say
+ South Sound Business: Seattle-based Amazon Pledges to Hire 100,000 U.S. Veterans and Military Spouses by 2024
*** NATIONAL NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
CNBC: Builders pull back as more homebuyers are priced out of the market
MSNBC: Nicolle Wallace: I served the GOP for 20 years. It’s my responsibility to reveal what it’s become.
Common Dreams: CO2 Emissions to Reach “All-Time High” as Rich Nations Skimp on Clean Energy
KPIX-5 TV (SFO): Santa Clara County Revises Official COVID-19 Death Toll Down by 22 Percent
The Washington Post: U.S. and E.U. security officials wary of NSO links to Israeli intelligence
The Washington Post: Justice Department seeks 50-year bar to release of grand jury material [Ed. note: This is where I break with Biden’s DOJ!]
The Washington Post: How to reduce home water use in an age of drought and climate change
*** TRUMP NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
Business Insider: Trump’s 2017 inaugural chairman charged with 7 felony counts of illegal lobbying, obstruction of justice, and false statements [Ed. note: Will this guy cooperate with prosecutors providing information about Trump to reduce his exposure?]
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