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Illinois anti-lockdown protester waves Nazi slogan


An anti-lockdown protester in Illinois has been widely condemned for brandishing a sign bearing a Nazi slogan from the gates of Auschwitz concentration camp. The woman, who has not been identified, was part of a ...

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For the 5th time in two weeks, Trump tweaks projected death toll

Two weeks ago today, Donald Trump said he believed the overall American death toll from the coronavirus could be as low as 50,000 people. By the end of the week, the president’s ...

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Republican official claims he won’t wear a mask because God doesn’t wear one

In a brazenly ignorant call for defying social distancing and stay-at-home measures, a Republican official has declared that he refuses to wear a mask in public because God supposedly doesn’t ...

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More states are allowing certain businesses to open up, some as cases are increasing

Indiana, Kansas and Nebraska were among the states that allowed the reopening of some businesses on Monday even though they were seeing increasing cases, according to a New York Times ...

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Pence: ‘I should have worn a mask at the Mayo Clinic’

Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday said that he should have worn a mask when visiting the Mayo Clinic, a reversal that came after a harsh backlash for not adhering ...

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Trump berates George W. Bush

President Donald Trump jabbed George W. Bush after the former president released a video calling for national unity amid the pandemic. “He was nowhere to be found in speaking up ...

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32 MAGA terrorist protesters arrested at California Capitol Building


More than 500 people gathered at the California Capitol in Sacramento Friday to protest Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order. “The majority of the demonstrators were not wearing face masks or ...

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Joe Biden threatens to cut US Soccer’s World Cup funding unless women get equal pay

Former Vice President Joe Biden pledged to cut funding to the US Soccer Federation if women don’t get equal pay to their male counterparts. The team’s fight for equal pay ...

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Birx said Michigan protests were “devastatingly worrisome”

Michigan protests

Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said that the protests last week in the Michigan state legislature were “devastatingly worrisome to me, personally.” In an interview on ...

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Congressional leaders decline offer for Capitol Hill testing

Congressional leaders

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are declining the Trump administration’s offer to send rapid COVID-19 testing to Capitol Hill. “Our country’s testing capacities are continuing ...

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