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  • Pro-abortion-rights group is all in for Biden but warns about 'gender stereotypes' in VP coverage news

    The head of NARAL Pro-Choice America told Yahoo News on Monday that the organization is “pulling out all the stops” to keep President Trump from being reelected, allocating $32 million to elect Joe Biden.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 20:25:46 -0400
  • Seattle's first Black female police chief announced her resignation after the city council voted to cut the department's budget and ax dozens of jobs news

    Carmen Best announced her resignation hours after the city council voted to reduce the department's $409 million budget by $3.5 million on Monday.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 06:12:26 -0400
  • Suspicious husband sets up hidden camera to prove wife was poisoning him, NC cops say news

    She was spiking his and his son’s drinks with cleaning chemicals and paint primer, police say

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 16:56:35 -0400
  • AOC slams New York Governor Cuomo over reopening schools in autumn news

    Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has taken a swipe at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over his decision to allow schools to open this fall, a rare case of Democrat-on-Democrat sparring during the pandemic."If it's not safe enough for indoor dining, what makes it safe enough for indoor schooling?" Ocasio-Cortez asked in a tweet. "And restaurants actually have soap in the bathrooms."

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:58:00 -0400
  • Iran closes down newspaper after expert doubts official coronavirus tolls news

    Iran shut down a newspaper on Monday after it quoted a former member of the national coronavirus taskforce as saying the country's tolls from the epidemic could be 20 times higher than official figures, state news agency IRNA reported. "The Jahan-e Sanat newspaper was shut down today for publishing an interview on Sunday," the newspaper's editor-in-chief, Mohammadreza Saadi, told IRNA. On Sunday, the newspaper published an interview with Mohammadreza Mahboubfar, in which he said: "The figures announced by the officials on coronavirus cases and deaths account for only 5% of the country's real tolls".

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 10:38:50 -0400
  • Police searched a United Airlines jet after a reportedly hallucinating passenger claimed there was a bomb on board news

    Police officers searched the plane with passengers still on board and offloaded each piece of luggage on the plane to be checked by canine units.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 18:01:38 -0400
  • Appeals of Nazi camp guard conviction in Germany dropped news

    All appeals against the conviction of a 93-year-old Nazi concentration camp guard have been dropped, a Hamburg court said Monday, making the decision legally binding and easing the way for possible future prosecutions. Bruno Dey was convicted last month of 5,232 counts of accessory to murder in Hamburg state court — equal to the number of people believed to have been killed at Stutthof during his service there in 1944 and 1945. Because he was 17 and 18 at the time of his alleged crimes, Dey’s case was heard in juvenile court and he was given a two-year suspended sentence.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 11:14:18 -0400
  • German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas confronts Pompeo over pipeline sanctions news

    German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Monday he has personally told U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of his “dismay” over a warning by three Republican senators who threatened sanctions against a German port operator for its part in a pipeline project with Russia.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 13:07:47 -0400
  • Mauritius oil spill: Fears vessel may 'break in two' as cracks appear news

    The MV Wakashio, which ran aground on a coral reef on 25 July, is now leaking oil off the island.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 15:37:35 -0400
  • The 1918 Flu Pandemic Killed Hundreds of Thousands of Americans. The White House Never Said a Word About It news

    President Wilson never uttered a single public statement about the pandemic, which killed about 675,000 Americans

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 10:00:40 -0400
  • Louisville police said protesters, who have been marching against Breonna Taylor's death for more than 70 days, can no longer use public roads news

    A handful of people have been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and blocking a roadway since the ban started, local media reported.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 07:46:22 -0400
  • Mother says son with autism was 'kicked out' of church by priest news

    Julia Vicidomini said her son, Nicholas, was instructed to leave the church after he dropped a toy.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 16:47:00 -0400
  • Video of Portland 'Bible burning' seized on by Trump allies alleged to be Russian disinformation scam news

    A viral video of protesters burning a Bible in Portland may have been amplified as part of a Russian disinformation campaign.In the video, a pair of protesters appear to throw a Bible onto a fire. Though other protesters in the area do not seem to react to the event, the video, captured and shared by Russia Today owned video outlet Ruptly, became a sensation among right-wing media pundits and politicians as evidence that the protesters are godless book-burners.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 16:08:58 -0400
  • These states require travelers to self-quarantine or present negative COVID-19 test news

    States are opening back up, but some still require or recommend visitors self-quarantine for two weeks. Find out where.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 16:49:48 -0400
  • Fauci has questioned whether Russia's coronavirus vaccine is safe amid concerns nations are cutting corners to win the vaccine race news

    President Vladimir Putin announced that Russia had approved a COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday. Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke of his concerns on July 31.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 09:00:43 -0400
  • Mass looting breaks out in Chicago; shots fired, 100 arrested news

    Police Superintendent David Brown called the outbreak "pure criminality," and Mayor Lori Lightfoot sought to distance the incident from the "righteous uprising" in response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police on May 25. At least 13 officers were injured, and a security guard and a civilian were struck by gunfire, Brown said.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 07:41:11 -0400
  • Where to Buy Wallpaper Online: 23 Stores With Unique Designs

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    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 10:21:58 -0400
  • Apt Bible passage at Catholic Mass coincides with earthquake

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    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 19:01:29 -0400
  • White House not expecting talks with Democrats on COVID bill this week news

    President Trump took executive action after talks between White House officials and Democrats failed last week.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 11:11:00 -0400
  • Women who use marijuana during pregnancy are 1.5 times more likely to have a child with autism, according to the largest study of its kind news

    In the largest study of its kind, marijuana use in pregnancy was linked to a 50% higher risk of having a child with autism.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 12:39:00 -0400
  • Nigerian singer sentenced to death for blasphemy in Kano state news

    Musician Yahaya Sharif-Aminu broadcast a song about Prophet Muhammad in March.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 15:38:52 -0400
  • Trump’s attorney general under fire for calling Black Lives Matter a ‘Bolshevik organisation’ with ‘fascistic’ tactics news

    US attorney general Bill Barr made waves with a Fox News interview this weekend in which he called the Black Lives Matter movement “Bolshevik” and “fascistic” – and the fallout is still simmering.Host Mark Levin, who conducted the interview, is now pushing back against the mainstream media’s coverage of the segment, accusing newspapers’ fact checkers of lying about Black Lives Matter’s true nature and declaring that journalists are in cahoots with “violent Marxists”.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 04:01:06 -0400
  • Dr. Sonia Angell, California's top health official, resigns news

    California's top public health official has resigned, just days after the state announced a fix for a glitch that caused a lag in reporting coronavirus test results used to make decisions about reopening businesses and schools.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 10:29:48 -0400
  • Airlines have tightened mask policies, again. Here's what you need to know news

    Many airlines have removed medical exemptions for face masks and are prohibiting certain types of face coverings.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 13:37:21 -0400
  • US Border Patrol agent arrested and charged with trafficking over 350,000 pills believed to be fentanyl news

    The suspect drove to the airport and unloaded two duffel bags into another vehicle. Officials later found nearly $330,000 in his home.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 22:00:59 -0400
  • Money offered for info on disappearance of ‘Tiger King’ star Carol Baskin's husband news

    A lawyer for the family of Don Lewis, who was declared legally dead in 2002, announced an independent investigation into his disappearance Monday.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 23:32:00 -0400
  • Coronavirus found on frozen seafood in China

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    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 05:43:32 -0400
  • Trump claims he would have beaten George Washington in election while bragging about non-existent poll numbers news

    If Donald Trump were to square off with US founding father George Washington in an election, the current president would have had a leg up — so says Mr Trump.“I don’t know if you’ve seen, the polls have been going up like a rocket ship. George Washington would have had a hard time beating me before the plague came in, before the China plague. And then, you know, like every other nation, like other countries, when you get hit, it affects you, and we went down a little bit,” Mr Trump said in an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 12:45:15 -0400
  • A man was forcibly carried out of an Arizona grocery store after he screamed profanities at an employee over face mask requirements news

    "You are a bunch of idiots wearing masks. You know it's not real," the man yelled in a video that went viral.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 20:08:37 -0400
  • Israel closes Gaza goods crossing after balloon attacks news

    Israel will close its goods crossing with the Gaza Strip, authorities said Monday, after militants in the Hamas-run territory fired rockets into the Mediterranean and launched incendiary balloons towards the Jewish state. The Kerem Shalom crossing will be closed to all traffic except humanitarian equipment and fuel from Tuesday, COGAT, the defence ministry unit that oversees the crossings, said in a statement. The move comes in response to the "continued launching of incendiary balloons" from Gaza, it added.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 22:21:55 -0400
  • Protesters met with jeers by crowd with guns in Nevada city

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    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 17:40:48 -0400
  • Wild bear that sniffed woman's hair is caught and castrated news

    The black bear was captured after he was filmed approaching a visitor at an ecological park.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 10:57:19 -0400
  • Fossil of fearsome 'hell ant' that used tusk-like jaws to hunt its victims discovered in amber news

    A 99-million year old fossil of a "hell ant" is giving researchers a glimpse into the behavior of these fearsome ancient insects, a new study reports.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:39:03 -0400
  • Ghislaine Maxwell complains of unusual guards and special uniform as she requests to be moved from ‘onerous’ New York jail news

    Ghislaine Maxwell has requested to be moved from her New York prison cell amid claims that she is being watched by guards who do not appear to be “regular personnel” at the jail where she is being detained.Lawyers for Ms Maxwell, 58, have written a motion to Judge Alison Nathan asking that their client be moved into the general prison population at the Metropolitan Detention Centre in Brooklyn.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 05:56:00 -0400
  • The Federal Government Must Stop the Deadly Abortion Pill news

    While COVID-19 dominates the news cycle, a battle is being fought over a deadly drug that has killed over 3.7 million children and at least 24 women. The drug is Mifeprex — commonly known as the abortion pill. On July 13, an Obama-appointed federal judge enjoined the Food and Drug Administration requirements governing the prescription of Mifeprex. He ruled that requiring pregnant women to complete an in-clinic appointment to procure the drugs was a “substantial obstacle” to abortion and was to be suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. This ruling suspends, for the abortion pill, the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS), the FDA’s rules for “certain medications with serious safety concerns to help ensure the benefits of the medication outweigh its risks.” Women procuring abortion drugs without proper education or evaluation are at greater risk of complications and death due to undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy, hemorrhaging, infection, and more. This dangerous judicial activism should compel elected officials, entrusted with the care of their constituents, to take a stand when federal agencies jeopardize public health and safety.The first drug in the abortion-pill regimen, Mifeprex was approved by the FDA in 2000 after a highly politicized scramble within the Clinton administration. Beverly Winikoff is the founder of one of the abortion pill’s loudest proponents, Gynuity Health Projects. Winikoff claimed that the September 11 terrorist attacks “saved” Mifeprex because the nearly 3,000 Americans killed that day overshadowed news of a woman killed by the abortion pill a day prior. Mifeprex was designed specifically to kill the developing child and is approved for use up to ten weeks, at which point a child has arms, eyelids, toes, fingers, and organs.Since the drug’s approval, over 4,000 adverse maternal reactions have been reported to the FDA. The FDA acknowledges that adverse reactions are notoriously underreported, and most women experiencing hemorrhaging and severe infections will seek follow-up care at emergency rooms instead of returning to the abortion clinic. Yet emergency rooms are not required to report adverse reactions. And as of 2016, the Obama administration changed the requirement so that abortion-pill manufacturers must report only maternal deaths to the FDA. The number of women seeking blood transfusions and emergency intervention is likely much greater than 4,000.The Mifeprex regimen has unleashed horrors on America’s women and children while providing no medical benefit. Killing innocent children, endangering mothers, and abusing the health-care system to do harm is tragic. And as long as this deadly drug remains on the U.S. market, it will pose a serious health risk.Pregnancy is not a disease and abortion is not health care. The abortion pill is not medicine. No child deserves to be killed by a drug, and pregnant women deserve better. FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn should acknowledge the subversion of the abortion industry and its allies, which are using a national pandemic to instigate abortion expansions that could remain long after the pandemic is over. The FDA should protect the public health of Americans and pull this lethal drug, Mifeprex and its approved generics, from the market immediately.Ted Cruz is a U.S. senator from Texas and a member of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary. Lila Rose is the president and founder of Live Action, a nonprofit human-rights organization educating on abortion and the abortion industry.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 06:30:29 -0400
  • Biden expected to announce U.S. presidential running mate this week: source news

    Biden and his potential vice president will formally accept the party's nomination at the Democratic National Convention, scheduled for Aug. 17-20, and he is expected to announce his pick before it begins. The New York Times reported earlier on Monday that Biden's campaign plans to announce a decision as soon as Tuesday, but more likely on Wednesday, citing people briefed on the selection process. It noted that Biden has missed previous deadlines to announce his pick, and that the timeline could "slip again."

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 22:17:05 -0400
  • EXCLUSIVE: John Bolton on Trump's performance, the 2020 election, foreign interference, and COVID-19 news

    Bolton said anyone thinking of quitting President Donald Trump's White House if something "objectionable" happened would last only hours on the job.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 20:54:47 -0400
  • Map: State-by-state breakdown of coronavirus travel restrictions news

    U.S. states and territories are making new rules for travelers. Find which ones across the United States have implemented travel restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 14:25:10 -0400
  • Singapore founder's grandson to pay fine for Facebook post news

    The grandson of Singapore's founding leader Lee Kuan Yew and nephew of the current prime minister said Tuesday he will pay a fine for a Facebook post that questioned the independence of the city's judiciary. Li Shengwu, an academic based in the United States at Harvard University, was ordered to pay a Sg$15,000 ($11,000) fine or serve a week's jail by the High Court last month over the 2017 post in which he described the Singapore government as "very litigious and has a pliant court system".

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 00:59:06 -0400
  • Mississippi's new flag won't have Elvis on it, but it could feature a mosquito news

    Despite the best efforts of some creative residents, Mississippi's new flag will not feature Elvis Presley, Kermit the Frog, or beer cans.Mississippi's old flag — the last one in the U.S. to feature a Confederate battle emblem — was retired in late June amid public outcry and anti-racism protests sparked by the death of George Floyd. A nine-member commission appointed by the governor, lieutenant governor, and state House speaker was tasked with selecting a design for a new flag. There are just two rules: It cannot include the Confederate battle emblem and it must have the phrase "In God We Trust."The public was invited to send in designs, and nearly 3,000 were submitted; the 147 that made it to the second round were posted Monday to Mississippi's Department of Archives and History website. Designs with food and famous people and characters were rejected, The Associated Press reports, but many with magnolias and stars — and in one case, a mosquito surrounded by stars — made the cut.On Friday, the commissioners will meet to pick their top five choices, and by early September, they will narrow it down to one; if they can't choose one, they do have the option of creating their own design. It will then be up to the people of Mississippi, who will vote either for or against the final design on the Nov. 3 statewide ballot.More stories from Donald Trump is trying to steal the election Trump campaign tweets mugshots of alleged criminals, all of them Black, to claim Biden is pro-crime Colorado AG announces broad investigation into policies of Aurora Police Department

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 22:53:00 -0400
  • Milne Ice Shelf: Satellites capture Arctic ice split news

    The Planet Earth-observation company releases new imagery of Canada's broken Milne Ice Shelf.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 10:22:47 -0400
  • Dangerous derecho soars through Chicago after lashing Iowa with 100-mph winds news

    A derecho – a dangerous, ferocious wall of wind – is taking aim on the Chicago area, forecasters warned.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 07:47:36 -0400
  • Seattle agrees to America’s ‘most comprehensive protection’ for media and legal observers covering protests against police news

    Seattle authorities have agreed to what campaigners say is the nation’s “most comprehensive protection” for reporters and legal observers covering protests against the actions of police.Following a number of incidents in which reporters and other observers covering Black Lives Matter protests were arrested or else subjected to crowd control weapons such as pepper spray, the city agreed its police force should not target such individuals.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 19:39:00 -0400
  • 'It's literally impossible to stop': Sturgis, South Dakota, braces as hundreds of thousands of bikers arrived in the middle of a pandemic news

    The annual 10-day Sturgis Rally can bring up to 700,000 bikers into the small city. This year, that could be especially dangerous.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 17:27:00 -0400
  • Protester dies in clashes after disputed Belarus vote news

    A protester died amid clashes between police and thousands of people gathered for a second straight night Monday in Belarus after official results from weekend elections — dismissed by the opposition as a sham — gave an overwhelming victory to authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Interior Ministry spokesman Alexander Lastovsky said the victim was part of a crowd of people protesting results of Sunday’s presidential vote. The death came amid demonstrations in at least four areas of Minsk that met with a harsh response from police who tried to disperse protesters with flash-bang grenades and rubber bullets.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 03:19:13 -0400
  • Trump says he is considering the ‘great battlefield’ at Gettysburg for his convention speech news

    President Trump tweeted on Monday that he is choosing between two locations, Gettysburg, Penn. and the White House, for his speech accepting the Republican nomination, scheduled for the night of Aug. 27.

    Mon, 10 Aug 2020 17:07:12 -0400
  • Germany to Russia: we will protect our people, online and off news

    The murder in a central Berlin park of a Georgian national, blamed by German prosecutors on the actions of a branch of the Russian state, has been a serious burden on relations between the two countries, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said. Speaking at a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Moscow, Maas said on Tuesday that Germany would do everything it could to protect its people, both in the online and offline spaces. "The murder in the Tiergarten, which prosecutors believe was commissioned by a Russian state organ, has seriously weighed on our relationship, so I made clear that we will defend the security of our people, both online and off," he said.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 06:05:14 -0400
  • Ivory Coast ex-first lady seeks amnesty for husband before polls news

    Ivory Coast's former first lady Simone Gbagbo on Tuesday asked President Alassane Ouattara, her exiled husband's arch-foe, to grant the ex-strongman amnesty ahead of presidential elections in October. The former first lady and her husband Laurent Gbagbo were both charged over violence that killed some 3,000 people in 2010-2011 after Gbagbo refused to cede power to Ouattara following his electoral defeat. While she was jailed by Ivorian judges and later amnestied, her husband was transferred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he was eventually acquitted last year.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 16:29:00 -0400
  • Who will Biden pick as VP? Odds surging for two women ahead of expected announcement news

    Biden is expected to announce his pick ahead of the Democratic National Convention.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 13:01:26 -0400
  • Downfall: BP worker sacked after Hitler meme wins payout news

    Scott Tracey used the scene from Downfall to portray scenes from company wage negotiations.

    Tue, 11 Aug 2020 03:03:31 -0400
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