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‘Anger won’t remain confined’ | Paris health workers protest over working conditions

Old dog, old tricks | US uses Cold War tactics to pin blame for COVID-19 on China

‘Tricolor hug’ | Italian Air Force paints flag on sky over Milan

Beware of the 2nd wave | Is now really a good time to lift COVID-19 lockdown?

Damn, nature, you scary! | Strong wind knocks man out

Maskless Bolsonaro attends pro-govt rally in Brasilia

Shaking with a smile | Earthquake surprises New Zealand PM

How the Mafia ‘mocks’ Italy | Social benefits for gangsters

COVID-19 | What’s it like to be on a ventilator?

Good 'Fortune' | Iranian oil tanker makes it to Venezuela

Immediate aftermath | Scene of the Pakistan International Airlines A320 crash in Karachi

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No apology from Dominic Cummings as he denies breaching rules and refuses to resign - BBC News

UK PM's aide says he 'behaved reasonably' in lockdown - BBC News

The South Korean Samsung protester living in the sky - BBC News

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Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus? - BBC News

Turkey turning coronavirus tide with huge contact tracing effort - BBC News

Coronavirus: PM insists primary schools in England will reopen on June 1st - BBC News

Boris Johnson accused of "treating public with contempt" after backing Dominic Cummings - BBC News

Coronavirus: Guernsey first part of British Isles to remove most lockdown restrictions - BBC News

Dominic Cummings faces new claims of more breaches of lockdown rules - BBC News

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COVID-19 has divided the US. World War 2 shows what could unify it.

"Coronavirus recession": what past economic crises teach us about today

Pet fostering spikes globally amid COVID-19 lockdowns

Will COVID-19 bring universal health care to the US? History offers perspectives.

Coronavirus revives racist stereotypes against Chinese people and other minorities

Free bus routes open up city to low-income residents in Lawrence

The Redirect: Why facts matter on both sides of abortion debate

New touch-based language by DeafBlind people: Protactile

Our Favorite photos of 2019

Kincade Fire: 'The front lines of the new normal'

Life in a California wildfire zone for a Red Cross worker

Social distancing on the air

COVID-19 has divided the US. World War 2 shows what could unify it.

"Coronavirus recession": what past economic crises teach us about today

Pet fostering spikes globally amid COVID-19 lockdowns

Will COVID-19 bring universal health care to the US? History offers perspectives.

Coronavirus revives racist stereotypes against Chinese people and other minorities

Free bus routes open up city to low-income residents in Lawrence

The Redirect: Why facts matter on both sides of abortion debate

New touch-based language by DeafBlind people: Protactile

Our Favorite photos of 2019

Kincade Fire: 'The front lines of the new normal'

Life in a California wildfire zone for a Red Cross worker

Software Developers Tear Apart Infamous Model That Started Lockdowns

If you don’t know what the Imperial College model is, you probably know the number: 2.2 million deaths. That’s what the mathematical model from the U.K. university predicted the United States would face if politicians and people did absolutely nothing differently. This result was misinterpreted — often deliberately — to state that we were on…

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Donald Trump Delivers Stirring Memorial Day Address

President Donald Trump honored those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our nation during a Memorial Day visit to Fort McHenry in Baltimore. Joined by first lady Melania Trump, the president asked the country to remember all those who have laid down their lives for the cause of liberty. Speaking of fighting at…

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Judge in Flynn Case Hires Lawyer as Appeals Court Reviews His Refusal To Dismiss

Can you remember a time when a judge had to hire a lawyer to help him respond to a request from a court? Over the weekend, The Washington Post reported that the federal judge tasked with the Michael Flynn case has sought the services of a well-connected and respected attorney over his response to a…

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Senate Passes Bill To Boot Rogue Chinese Companies from US Stock Exchange

The U.S. Senate is sending a message to China: Either play by the rules or you’ll be asked to leave — in this case, the stock market. Last week, the Senate, in a bipartisan effort, passed the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, which would require companies on the U.S. exchanges to certify that they are…

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Dan Bongino Predicts 2 Prosecutions Out of ‘Obamagate’ Attacks on the Trump Presidency

As a former Secret Service agent, Dan Bongino has seen sides of Washington that are familiar to few Americans. As a conservative commentator and author of a book about President Donald Trump’s battles with “the swamp,” he’s read and written more than most about the president’s seemingly endless struggles against the power centers entrenched in…

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Maxine Waters Accuses Trump of Being ‘Dangerous’ for Children

California Rep. Maxine Waters tweeted Sunday that President Donald Trump is “a dangerous example for children” over his refusal to wear a mask amid the coronavirus pandemic. “Trump is a dangerous example for children and those who tend to follow him,” the Los Angeles Democrat wrote. “Not wearing a mask and not social distancing is…

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7 Podcasts Hosted by Conservative Women That You Should Listen To

While living as a conservative in a liberal world can be a daunting existence, influential women across the nation have turned to the booming podcast industry to be a voice for women of the right and to discuss current events through a conservative filter. Here are seven podcasts by conservative women that you should listen…

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Video Shows Horrible Moment Man Is Arrested by 5 Cops After Going to Gym in Defiance of Lockdown

The police are determined to keep you safe during this lockdown — even if it means arresting you in the process. Remember, they’re just looking out for you. In the latest escalation between authorities and gym-goers in Bellmawr, New Jersey, five cops took a man into custody after he allegedly refused to give his name…

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NBA Great’s Son Gives Update on Father’s Fight with Coronavirus

Georgetown basketball coach and former NBA great Patrick Ewing has been released from the hospital and is recovering from COVID-19 at home, his son said Monday. The 57-year-old Hall of Famer played for the Hoyas in college and the New York Knicks in the NBA. Ewing announced Friday that he had tested positive for the…

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Those on Unemployment Need To Get a Job Before July Date, or Things Could Get Ugly When Funds Run Out

Many Americans who have found themselves jobless have been receiving substantial unemployment benefits thanks to coronavirus relief measures. With the $2.2 trillion CARES Act, unemployed Americans have been able to get increased jobless pay. However, the extra money, which stands at $600 a week, will end after July 31 — with some states ending it…

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Trump Issues Threat to North Carolina Over Lockdown

President Donald Trump on Monday warned North Carolina that if it will not let the Republican Party gather there for its convention in August, Republicans will find another place to meet. Trump issued a Twitter ultimatum to Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper to give the GOP the all-clear, or face the prospect of losing…

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CDC’s Latest ‘Best Estimate’ of COVID Death Rate Is 13 Times Lower Than Initial WHO Claim

It’s a number that informed so many of our public policy decisions regarding COVID-19: 3.4 percent. On March 3, in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made a remark during a media briefing that guided how we viewed the threat posed by the novel coronavirus. “While many…

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White House Responds Brilliantly to Baltimore Mayor’s Criticism Over Trump’s Memorial Day Visit

The mayor of Baltimore wasn’t holding the president back. President Donald Trump went ahead Monday with a planned Memorial Day visit to historic Fort McHenry, despite criticism from Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, who said the trip sets a poor example amid the coronavirus crisis. “Dear Mr. President@realDonaldTrump, please stay home!” Young tweeted Thursday. “The…

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Joe Biden Finally Emerges for the First Time in Months

Joe Biden made his first in-person appearance in more than two months on Monday as he marked Memorial Day by laying a wreath at a veterans park near his Delaware home. Since abruptly canceling a March 10 rally in Cleveland at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee has waged much…

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New York Times Targets US Military with ‘White Supremacy’ Accusations on Memorial Day Weekend

The New York Times editorial board painted the U.S. military with the broad brush of racism on Memorial Day weekend in an editorial demanding the armed forces rename any facility that bears the name of a Confederate officer. “Military installations that celebrate white supremacist traitors have loomed steadily larger in the civic landscape since the…

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Trump Announces When Schools Should Be Reopened

President Donald Trump on Sunday called for schools that closed this spring due to the coronavirus to reopen as soon as possible. “Schools in our country should be opened ASAP,” Trump tweeted. Schools in our country should be opened ASAP. Much very good information now available. @SteveHiltonx @FoxNews — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 25,…

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Republican National Committee Hits California Governor with Legal Action

Republicans on Sunday fired back against California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed voting-by-mail plan. Earlier this month, Newsom issued an executive order to embrace voting by mail for the fall elections. The order indicated that in-person voting would still be allowed but said that “every Californian who is eligible to vote in the November 3, 2020…

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Over 500 Doctors Sign Letter Telling POTUS: ‘Shutdown Was a Mass Casualty Event’

Remember the scorn and derision heaped on anyone who said that the deaths caused by the shutdown might be just as problematic as the deaths caused by COVID-19? We’re not laughing anymore — not with real unemployment likely at roughly 20 percent and estimates of deaths of despair creeping higher with each number we see.…

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Reminder To Lock Your Car Doors: Vehicle Thefts Are On the Rise

The coronavirus hasn’t been kind to car owners. With more people than ever staying home to lessen the spread of COVID-19, their sedans, pickup trucks and SUVs are parked unattended on the streets, making them easy targets for opportunistic thieves. Despite silent streets and nearly nonexistent traffic, vehicle larcenies shot up 63 percent in New…

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