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Trump Jr. posts anti-mask memes on Facebook

On Facebook, Trump Jr. posted a picture of a laboratory where scientists worked in certain protective suits known as positive pressure suits. The text in the picture says, “This is what virologists wear to protect themselves from a virus. But don’t worry. Your bandana is likely to work too.” The picture is from 2017 and was taken at the Wuhan …

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The Democratic Senator plans to block 1,100 military promotions because of an important impeachment certificate

Washington – Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth, a combat veteran from Illinois, announced Thursday that she plans to block more than 1,100 military promotions until she receives confirmation from Secretary of Defense Mark Esper that he is an expected promotion for the Army officer who was a , will not block Key witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment proceedings. Duckworth said she …

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How is California compared to Arizona, Florida?

California has seen an increase in coronavirus cases not seen during the pandemic. But is the Golden State in the same dire situation as Florida, Arizona and other countries where the virus is spreading rapidly? Let’s take a look at the numbers. Confirmed cases: In California, new cases slowed slightly on Wednesday as county health officials reported 6,874 positive tests, …

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Pence vows to “open America further”

Vice President Mike Pence vowed on Thursday that the Trump administration would “open America further” despite a recent surge in coronavirus cases. Pence told CNBC’s Squawk on the Street that the White House “will remain with the leaders every step of the way while they continue to take steps to curb the spread of the coronavirus.” The Vice President’s statements …

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Australia locks 300,000 in Melbourne after Coronavirus Surge

MELBOURNE, Australia – Ring Mayar knocks on doors in Melbourne’s western suburbs all day, asking residents if they have a cough, fever or chills. Even if it doesn’t, he encourages them to get tested for the corona virus as the authorities are trying to catch up on a series of outbreaks that threaten to revise Australia’s success story in controlling …

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John Bolton’s memoirs sold an incredible 780,000 copies in the first week of sales

Simon & Schuster, the book’s editor, announced on Wednesday that it has sold more than 780,000 copies to date. The total included printed copies, e-books, audio books and “orders from consumers who have not yet been fulfilled due to exceptional demand,” said the publisher. Most authors are lucky enough to sell tens of thousands of copies. Selling hundreds of thousands …

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Suspicion of Russian bounties was supported by data on financial transfers

American officials have intercepted electronic data showing large transfers of money from a bank account controlled by Russian military intelligence to an account linked to the Taliban. This confirmed their conclusion that, according to three well-known officials, Russia was secretly offering bounties for the killing of US and coalition forces in Afghanistan with the intelligence. Although the United States has …

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Coronavirus kills more than 500,000 worldwide: Live updates news

According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 10 million coronavirus cases have occurred worldwide and more than half a million people have died from respiratory diseases. The United States is responsible for about a quarter of all deaths. Pakistan’s COVID 19 cases have passed the 200,000 mark after 3,602 new infections were reported on Sunday. US Secretary of Health Alex …

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Worldwide coronavirus deaths exceed half a million

SYDNEY / BEIJING (Reuters) – The death toll from COVID-19 hit half a million people on Sunday. This emerges from a Reuters balance sheet. This is a major milestone for the global pandemic, which appears to be reappearing in some countries, although other regions are still struggling with the first wave. FILE PHOTO: A burning pyre of a man who …

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The Sahara dust cloud warns health authorities in Georgia

The Georgia Department of Health said the dust cloud is expected to hang around on Saturday for the next few days, and people, especially people with chronic lung disease, should protect themselves. The dust cloud was created in Africa earlier this year when a combination of weather factors caused dust to build up into a dense cloud due to storms …

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