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    2. Trump Delivers Deeply Divisive Independence Day Speech

      Trump Delivers Deeply Divisive Independence Day Speech
      President Donald Trump delivered another deeply divisive speech to mark Independence Day on Saturday, comparing the US's fight against Nazis and terrorists to his efforts to defeat "the radical left" in the US and accusing social justice protesters of trying to destroy America. "American heroes defeated the Nazis, dethroned the fascists, toppled the communists, saved American values, upheld American principles and chased down the terrorists to the very ends ...
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    3. Students Hosting 'COVID Parties' With Cash Reward for Catching Virus

      Students Hosting 'COVID Parties' With Cash Reward for Catching Virus
      As coronavirus cases around the U.S.continue to rise,authorities in one Alabama county may have identified apossible source for their increase. Infected college students. Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue Chief Randy Smith said Tuesday that city officials were able to confirm incidents of students knowingly diagnosed with COVID-19 still choosing to attend parties and gatherings within the city and county. We thought that was kind of a rumor at first ...
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    4. Biden Fundraising Tops Trump for Second Consecutive Month

      Biden Fundraising Tops Trump for Second Consecutive Month
      For the second consecutive month, Joe Biden raised more money than Donald Trump. The Biden campaign and the Democratic National Committee late Wednesday reported that they together raised $141 million in June, for a total cash haul of $282.1 million for the quarter. Both figures bested Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee,which reported$131 million in June and $266 million during the second fundraising quarter of the ...
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    5. COVID-19 Death Toll is 'a Substantial Undercount', Yale Study Shows

      COVID-19 Death Toll is 'a Substantial Undercount', Yale Study Shows
      The number of confirmed U.S. deaths due to the coronavirus is substantially lower than the true tally, according to a study published Wednesday in JAMA Internal Medicine. Using National Center for Health Statistics data, researchers at YaleUniversity compared the number of excess U.S. deaths from any causes with the reported number of weekly U.S. Covid-19 deaths from March 1 through May 30. The numbers were then compared ...
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    6. Trump Calls Black Lives Matter a 'Symbol of Hate'

      Trump Calls Black Lives Matter a 'Symbol of Hate'
      President Donald Trump on Wednesday called New York Citys decision to paint Black Lives Matter on Fifth Avenue a "symbol of hate," rebuking his home town's embrace of a rallying cry that has stirred nationwide protests against racism. The presidents latest comments attacking the Black Lives Matter movement drew swift condemnation from New York City police reform groups. Trump also criticized cuts to the citys police department and wrote ...
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    7. Fauci Predicts US Coronavirus Cases Could Reach 100,000 Per Day

      Fauci Predicts US Coronavirus Cases Could Reach 100,000 Per Day
      Anthony Fauci, the nations top infectious disease expert, warned members of Congress onTuesday that the U.S. could reach 100,000 new COVID-19 cases per day if the country does not get a handle on the pandemic. Speaking before the Senate health committee, Fauci said the country is heading in the wrong direction" as the average number of daily casescontinues to go up. We need to do something about that ...
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    8. Trump Claims Russian Bounty Allegations Are 'Fake News'

      Trump Claims Russian Bounty Allegations Are 'Fake News'
      President Trumpclaimed early Wednesday that reports about suspected Russian bounties on coalition forces in Afghanistan were a hoax meant to damage him politically. The Russia Bounty story is just another made up by Fake News tale that is told only to damage me and the Republican Party, Trump tweeted. The secret source probably does not even exist, just like the story itself. If the discredited @nytimes has a source, reveal ...
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    9. US Pediatricians Urge Schools to Resume In-Person This Fall

      US Pediatricians Urge Schools to Resume In-Person This Fall
      The nation's pediatricians have come out witha strong statementin favor of bringing children back to the classroom this fall wherever and whenever they can do so safely. The American Academy of Pediatrics' guidance "strongly advocates that all policy considerations for the coming school year should start with a goal of having students physically present in school." The guidance says "schools are fundamental to child and adolescent development and well-being ...
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    10. Louisiana Abortion Restrictions Struck Down by Supreme Court

      Louisiana Abortion Restrictions Struck Down by Supreme Court
      The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana abortion law, handing a win to abortion rights advocates who feared the conservative court would break with past rulings to rein in protections that emerged from the landmark decision in Roe v. Wade. The justices voted 5-4 to invalidate Louisianas admitting-privilege law in the first major abortion ruling of the Trump era, whichcame after the court struck down a nearly identical ...
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    11. Fauci Warns Vaccine May Be Unable to Achieve Necessary Immunity

      Fauci Warns Vaccine May Be Unable to Achieve Necessary Immunity
      Dr. Anthony Fauci says he would "settle" for a Covid-19 vaccine that's 70% to 75% effective, but that this incomplete protection, coupled with the fact that many Americans say they won't get a coronavirus vaccine, makes it "unlikely" that the US will achieve sufficient levels of immunity to quell the outbreak. With government support, three coronavirus vaccines are expected to be studied in large-scale clinical trials in the ...
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    12. Trump Retweets Video Where Supporter Yells 'White Power'

      Trump Retweets Video Where Supporter Yells 'White Power'
      President Donald Trump on Sunday morning retweeted a video of senior citizens in Florida participating in a golf-cart parade where one supporter yelled white power twice while pumping his fist in the air. Thank you to the great people of The Villages, Trump tweeted, referring to the retirement community where the events happened. The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you ...
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    13. Barr Challenged SDNY’s Decision To Prosecute Michael Cohen

      Barr Challenged SDNY’s Decision To Prosecute Michael Cohen
      Attorney General Bill Barr reportedly made efforts to dispute the Southern District of New Yorks (SDNY) criminal case of Michael Cohen, President Donald Trumps former lawyer and fixer who was convicted for violating campaign finance laws. The New York Times reported on Thursday that after Barr joined the Trump administration in February last year, the attorney general grilled officials in the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Southern District of ...
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