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A belated Happy Father's Day to all the fathers out there.
President Donald Trump officially starts his re-election campaign tomorrow. As the campaign heats up, let's take a look at the changing importance of the early primary states and Trump's "bigger, better and worse" team.
We observe the following today.
Forget Iowa and New Hampshire. The 2020 Democratic primary takes place online.
Old-school personal policies play a central role in the mythology of Iowa and New Hampshire's presidential nomination.
But the 2020 Democratic primary takes place online and in the national media as well as locally, leaving behind some candidates, while others flourish in the new paradigm.
A potentially fatal infection hits Californian farm workers seriously and troubles the researchers
Valley fever, a dangerous disease caused by a soil fungus, thrives on dry, undisturbed soil.
Due to years of drought as a result of climate change, the number of people diagnosed has increased rapidly The number of new cases increased by 1
Many of the state's agricultural workers were affected by the potentially deadly disease.
When Victor Gutierrez became ill with Talfieber, his family often had to choose between eating and taking medicine. He has survived but is still unable to work full-time.
"It has changed my life a lot," said Gutierrez. "When I used to work, I always had money in the house – to eat, to buy my children's clothing, for everything. But right now I'm in debt. "
Trump 2020:" Bigger, better and worse "
Donald Trump landed on a gold escalator in Trump Tower just over four years ago to announce his candidacy.
] Now, President, he will officially open his bid for a second term with a mega-watt rally in the state of Florida on Tuesday night.
Many of the main actors of his first campaign, apart from his immediate family, have both split up with Trump – some amicably, some not – or involved in Russia's investigation for helping to choose him.
This time around, Campaign Manager Brad Parscale says their efforts are "bigger, better and worse".
We take a look at the important people in orbit of then-candidate Trump and who this time is the inner circle. Polls showed him Joe Biden, former vice president, is said to be in critical battlefields of the campaign Be left behind in 2020.
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Paternity is a balancing act of nerves, joy, frustration and evolution. There is a lot at stake and clear answers are elusive. I love it, writes Robert Schlesinger in a contribution.
Science + Tech = MACH
Global warming sometimes seems to be a distant or abstract threat, but new research is throwing the phenomenon into crass, perilous terms.
In the absence of significant progress in reducing emissions of temperature-increasing greenhouse gases, extreme heat waves in major US cities could require thousands of lives, scientists say.
Quote of the Day
"What you need to achieve are the hearts and minds of people who want to draw a gun and shoot at a group of 60 people."
– Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross at a press conference following a graduation ceremony in which a dead man was shot dead.
A Fun Thing
Father's Day may have been yesterday, but it did not bother all the fathers in our lives – and their efforts to make us laugh, even if their jokes sometimes miss the mark.
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