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MSNBC JOE BIDEN DEFEATS DONALD TRUMP TO WIN THE WHITE HOUSE Joe Biden: ‘This is the time to heal in America’ Kamala Harris: ‘While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last’ Kornacki explains how Biden won Pennsylvania, presidency Celebrations erupt outside the White House as Joe Biden wins presidency Biden’s win means we get to do this whole thing again in four years.
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The Hill Biden wins battleground Michigan Winners and losers from 2020’s election Colorado passes resolution to award electoral votes to whoever wins the popular vote Republicans hold onto competitive Indiana House seat New Trump campaign lawsuit targets late-arriving Georgia mail ballots Ohio police investigating after gunfire opened on house with ‘Dump Trump’ sign BBC Democrats’ hopes of US Senate control dwindle What is the electoral college?
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The Hill Democrats prep teams of lawyers for ‘Election Week’ Federal judge orders USPS to rush delivery of mail ballots as deadlines near Biden, Trump, the Senate and lower court selection NYT Four Things to Watch For When the Polls Close and the Counting Begins Watch Out For This Misinformation on Election Day What happens if the election results are contested?
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NYT Preaching or Avoiding Politics, Conservative Churches Walk a Delicate Line Stanford Study Seeks to Quantify Infections Stemming From Trump Rallies Election at Hand, Biden Leads Trump in Four Key States, Poll Shows Americans Are Afraid.
Trump chances of winning the election are diminishing
The American newspaper “The Hill” published on its website an article by writer Niall Stanig in which he affirmed that President Donald Trump’s chances of winning a second term are diminishing, while opinion polls indicate that his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, has advanced by a large margin that is difficult for him to overcome.
Seven questions about negative oil prices
While Ukrainians rested after the celebration of Easter, the world collapsed in the oil markets. First, on Black Monday, oil collapsed to zero, and then buyers of American oil were paid extra for taking it.
South Korean officials: There is no indication that Kim Jong-un is experiencing physical problems
According to a media report on Tuesday (April 21), North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was seriously ill, leading to a sharp depreciation of South Korean currency and the South Korean stock market.
Trump vs Fauci: President and doctor spar over unproven drug
WASHINGTON (AP) — In an extraordinary exchange, President Donald Trump and the government’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, publicly sparred Friday on whether a malaria drug would work to treat people with coronavirus disease.
US virus testing faces new headwind: Lab supply shortages
WASHINGTON (AP) — First, some of the coronavirus tests didn’t work. Then there weren’t enough to go around. Now, just as the federal government tries to ramp up nationwide screening, laboratory workers are warning of a new roadblock: dire shortages of testing supplies.
Italy's virus epicenter grapples with huge toll, some hidden
BERGAMO, Italy (AP) — The priest gave a final benediction. There were no flowers, no embraces. Francesca Steffanoni and her mother hurried away from Bergamo’s main cemetery, their furtive farewell lasting no more than 5 minutes.
Asian stocks rise after Wall Street advance on aid hopes
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets rose Friday after Wall Street gained on hopes government and central bank action can shield the world economy from a looming recession caused by the coronavirus.
Joe Biden, nominee-in-waiting. And waiting. And waiting.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In the three weeks since his blowout win in the South Carolina primary, Joe Biden has emerged as the Democratic presidential nominee-in-waiting. But, amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, put the emphasis on waiting.
Europeans sing health workers' praises nightly from windows
PARIS (AP) — At a time of isolation, people in many European cities hit hard by the new coronavirus are taking at least a minute each night to come together in gratitude.
Gabbard ends long-shot 2020 bid, throws support to Biden
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard suspended her presidential campaign on Thursday, ending a long-shot effort that saw her feuding with Hillary Clinton and raising fears among Democrats that she would mount a third-party 2020 bid.
Israel's Netanyahu accused of exploiting virus crisis
JERUSALEM (AP) — With the Israeli government enacting a series of emergency measures to stem the spread of the new coronavirus, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing growing accusations that he is exploiting the crisis to entrench himself in power and undermining the country’s democratic foundations.
Indonesia halts Islamic assembly, quarantining 9,000 people
MAKASSAR, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesia halted a mass congregation of nearly 9,000 Muslim pilgrims and began quarantining and checking their health Thursday to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
Trump dubs COVID-19 ‘Chinese virus' despite hate crime risks
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he doesn’t think calling COVID-19 the “Chinese virus” — or the “kung-flu,” as one administration official reportedly called it — puts Asian Americans at risk of retaliation despite growing reports they are facing virus-related discrimination.
Public debut without public for polar bear cubs at Dutch zoo
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A pair of twin polar bear cubs have made their public debut at a Dutch zoo — but without the public because of coronavirus restrictions.
Clean water access for India's poor spawns virus concerns
NEW DELHI (AP) — Dharam Singh Rajput can’t afford to buy hand sanitizer, which could help ward off transmission of the coronavirus in his community.
Watchdog says Israel's West Bank settlements surged in 2019
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli settlement activity in the West Bank surged ahead in 2019, a watchdog group said in a report Tuesday, maintaining a rapid pace that has drawn strength from the friendly policies of the Trump administration.
Coronavirus pandemic leads Amazon to ban many non-essential items
Faced with merchandise shortages in the United States and Europe due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, Amazon has instituted sweeping changes on which products it will store and ship from its warehouses over the next three weeks, in a move it said was aimed at keeping essential items in stock and speeding up orders.
A cruel paradox: Beating virus means causing US recession
WASHINGTON (AP) — No one knows how long it will last or how much it will hurt. But the U.S. economy is either sliding into a recession for the first time since 2009 or is already in one — a sudden victim of the coronavirus outbreak.
Spreading birthday card love in the time of coronavirus
NEW YORK (AP) — Mona Helgeland was sad for her children. Their birthdays were coming up but they were self-quarantined because of the coronavirus and going to miss celebrating with friends and family.
Dear Corona Diary: German patient gives updates on Twitter
BERLIN (AP) — On the fifth day after she fell ill with COVID-19 respiratory disease, Karoline Preisler could breathe again without wincing through severe pain in her chest.
Coronavirus news is dominating readers' attention
If you feel like you’ve been glued to the news lately, you’re not alone. We’re collectively reading much more news during the novel coronavirus pandemic than normal, according to new publisher traffic data.
Cinemas close nationwide, studios push new movies into homes
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. movie theaters have closed nationwide due to the coronavirus pandemic, turning dark nearly all of the country’s 40,000-plus screens in an unprecedented shutdown.
The Health Department website was attacked in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic
The US Health and Human Services Department was the victim of a cyberattack yesterday, the agency confirmed to Recode.
Bloomberg, which was first to report the attack on Monday morning, initially described it as a hack, but updates to its story removed the word “hack,” instead referring to it as “multiple incidents of a cyber intrusion.
Sex workers face ruin amid virus fears, brothel closures
BERLIN (AP) — It’s 7 p.m. on a Friday night, a time when Aurel Johannes Marx’s three-room brothel on the edge of Berlin would normally be preparing for its first customers.
With borders and businesses closing, world hunkers down
BANGKOK (AP) — With borders slamming shut, schools and businesses closing and increasingly drastic restrictions on movement, tens of millions of people were hunkered down Tuesday, heeding government calls to isolate themselves and slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
With 208th song on Hot 100 chart, Drake sets new record
NEW YORK (AP) — Drake has landed his 208th song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, setting a new record for most songs on the music chart.
Coronavirus means The Hunt and Trolls get early streaming rental options
You can’t go to the movies. So some movies are going to come to you.
That’s the message from media giant NBCUniversal, whose movie studio is going to start letting customers rent a selection of movies that are supposed to be in theaters now.
Virus fears fuel spike in sales of guns and ammunition
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The world’s largest gun store, in metro Atlanta, has had lines that are six and eight people deep. A gun store in Los Angeles had lines that stretched down the block.
How coronavirus is affecting the restaurant business, in one chart
In addition to its severe cost to human life, the novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc on a number of industries including airlines, cruises, and conferences. As people and governments and public health experts stress the importance of social distancing as a way to stem the spread of the contagion, restaurants are seeing major declines in patronage.
US officials: Foreign disinformation stoking virus fears
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is alleging that a foreign disinformation campaign is underway aimed at spreading fear in the country amid the coronavirus pandemic, three U.
Virus toll in Iran climbs as lockdowns deepen across Mideast
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran reported another 129 fatalities from the new coronavirus on Monday, the largest one-day rise in deaths since it began battling the Middle East’s worst outbreak, which has claimed more than 850 lives and infected a number of senior officials in the country.
Google's coronavirus website isn't what Trump described
Two days after President Donald Trump announced that Google was racing to build a site to help Americans find coronavirus testing, people are still confused about what’s actually going on.
Asia urges vigilance to maintain hard-won infection drops
TOKYO (AP) — Millions of people began holing up at home, stocking up on supplies and keeping a wary eye on how close they got to friends and neighbors as fear of the coronavirus spread to more places around the world Monday.
CDC's latest guidance could mean no sports for much longer
The already-delayed professional sports seasons in North America could be on hiatus for significantly longer than first planned after federal officials said Sunday that they recommend all in-person events involving 50 people or more be called off for the next eight weeks.
Hospitals fear any surge of virus cases, supply shortages
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Government and hospital leaders are increasingly sounding the alarm about the health care system in the U.S. and its readiness to absorb waves of patients in the worst-case scenario involving the new coronavirus outbreak.
Not exactly gloating, stockpiling ‘preppers' have a moment
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Curt La Haise has put up with plenty of razzing from friends over the years who have called him paranoid for stockpiling an eight-month supply of food in his basement and having enough fuel to power his generator for almost an entire winter.
Dream of a lifetime: Transgender man yearns to join military
LISBON, Ohio (AP) — Nic Talbott keeps himself busy, working as a substitute teacher, studying for a master’s degree, helping with chores at his grandmother’s farm.
Countries around the world announce more virus restrictions
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Authorities around the world turned to increasingly drastic measures to try to slow the spread of the new coronavirus Sunday, with lockdowns, curfews and travel restrictions spreading.
Amazon Go cashierless store technology will get sold to other retailers
Last month, Amazon showcased its cashierless, no-checkout-line technology in its own full-size grocery store. Now, Amazon says it wants other retailers to use it, too.
Biden wins endorsement from NEA, nation's largest union
The nation’s largest labor union has lined up behind Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, with the National Education Association on Saturday endorsing the former vice president for the Democratic nomination over his last remaining primary rival Bernie Sanders.
Georgia 2nd state to postpone pres. primaries over virus
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia’s March 24 presidential primaries have been postponed until May because of fears over the new coronavirus, state election officials announced Saturday, a day after Louisiana also pushed back its primaries.
What's Happening: Spain to go on lockdown to combat virus
Governments are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by imposing tight restrictions on businesses and ordering people to stay home. Spain is expected to be the latest country to follow Italy’s example by imposing nationwide restrictions.
Coronavirus prompts Microsoft, Google, and Zoom to offer free software
As the number of infections and deaths from the novel coronavirus rise drastically, governments, schools, and companies around the world are instituting more drastic measures to rein in the virus’s spread.
Trump's latest travel ban highlights gaps in containment net
NEW YORK (AP) — In the weeks before President Donald Trump spoke from the Oval Office to announce restrictions on travelers from more than two dozen countries in Europe, thousands of people from the region already had stepped off planes at U.
Iraq officials: Rocket attack hits base housing US troops
BAGHDAD (AP) — A barrage of rockets hit a base housing U.S. and other coalition troops north of Baghdad, Iraqi security officials said Saturday, just days after a similar attack killed three servicemen, including two Americans.
House passes aid bill after Trump declares virus emergency
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House approved legislation early Saturday to provide direct relief to Americans suffering physically, financially and emotionally from the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump on Friday declared the outbreak a national emergency, freeing up money and resources to fight it, then threw his support behind the congressional aid package.
Masters, Boston Marathon postponed due to coronavirus
The shock waves from the coronavirus outbreak rattled sports for another day as two rites of spring, the Masters and Boston Marathon, were postponed.
There was at least some relief Friday that those events are expected to take place later in the year, unlike the stunning announcement the day before that the NCAA was canceling March Madness, one of the biggest events on the U.
US hospitals brace for ‘tremendous strain' from new virus
U.S. hospitals are setting up circus-like triage tents, calling doctors out of retirement, guarding their supplies of face masks and making plans to cancel elective surgery as they brace for an expected onslaught of coronavirus patients.
Pentagon reconsiders Microsoft contract after Amazon protest
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon is reconsidering its awarding of a major cloud computing contract to Microsoft after rival tech giant Amazon protested what it called a flawed bidding process.
What's Happening: Life feels surreal; celebrities infected
The coronavirus pandemic has lent a surreal quality to the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the globe. It has disrupted daily routines, overwhelmed hospitals, shuttered schools and offices and halted many sporting and entertainment events.
Delhi's deadly riots, explained by an expert
On December 11, 2019, India’s parliament passed a controversial new law: the Citizenship Amendment Act. The law fast-tracks citizenship for migrants from three neighboring countries, specifically if they are Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, or Christians.
Pandemic increasingly takes over daily lives, roils markets
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic has taken over daily lives around the globe, overwhelming hospitals, shuttering schools and offices, halting U.S. presidential campaign rallies and world sports while increasing fears about the financial toll.
1 year later, New Zealand mosque attacks alter many lives
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) — Fifty-one people were killed and dozens more injured when a lone gunman attacked two mosques in Christchurch last year. New Zealanders will commemorate those who died on the anniversary of the mass killing Sunday.
Analysis: With unease, Americans lurch into coronavirus era
So this is where we are:
Major League Baseball’s opening day postponed. Broadway and Hollywood grinding to a halt, and March Madness canceled. Universities from Harvard to UCLA telling students to stay away.
Trump economic team grasps for credibility with outbreak
WASHINGTON (AP) — During the financial crisis a decade ago, President Barack Obama could look around the room and turn to an economist who served as Harvard’s president, a former president of the New York Federal Reserve and a renowned academic considered one of the world’s authorities on the Great Depression.
Nervous consumers around world pull back amid viral outbreak
WASHINGTON (AP) — Buffeted by fears of the fast-spreading coronavirus, consumers in the United States and overseas are showing increasing signs of cutting back on spending in what amounts to a severe threat to economic growth.
Locked out: Europeans grapple with new US travel ban
PARIS (AP) — A Las Vegas wedding with an Elvis impersonator: Canceled. A 3,500-kilometer (2,200-mile) trans-America road trip, a voyage of a lifetime that took months to prepare: On ice, too.
The NBA is suspended after a player tested positive for coronavirus
“If even one player comes down with coronavirus, the [NBA] would suspend instantaneously because of the cascading effect of quarantines,” ESPN basketball reporter Brian Windhorst told me on Wednesday afternoon.
The new mask: Wave of global revolt replaced by virus fear
BEIRUT (AP) — As 2019 gave way to 2020 in a cloud of tear gas, and in some cases a hail of bullets, from Hong Kong to Baghdad, from Beirut to Barcelona and Santiago, it seemed civil disobedience and government crackdowns on protests would dominate the international landscape.
Lawyers: Chelsea Manning attempts suicide in Va. jail
WASHINGTON (AP) — Chelsea Manning’s legal team said Wednesday that the former intelligence analyst tried to take her own life Wednesday, but was transported to a hospital where she is recovering.
Coronavirus is creating new businesses, from robots to anti-spitting hats
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus is crashing global markets and affecting everything from air travel to the film industry to local businesses. Still, some companies stand to benefit somehow from this outbreak, which has now spread to scores of countries and infected more than 100,000 people.
Corporate debt loads a rising risk as virus hits economy
WASHINGTON (AP) — A gyrating stock market is seizing headlines as the coronavirus threatens corporate profits and economic growth. Yet it’s in the normally temperate bond market, where companies go to borrow money, where the gravest dangers may lurk.
AP sources: Feds wiretap former DEA supervisor in leak probe
MIAMI (AP) — Federal investigators took the unusual step of wiretapping a retired supervisor in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Miami office as part of an inquiry into whether sensitive case information was leaked to attorneys for suspected drug traffickers in Colombia, current and former law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.
Italy's lockdown reshapes family life in time of coronavirus
SOAVE, Italy (AP) — Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte’s decision to lock down the entire country brought some welcome clarity to my family life after weeks of growing uncertainty about how to behave in a time of coronavirus.
US heart surgeon treats children lacking care in Libya's war
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Yazan, a 1-year-old Libyan boy, was born with congenital heart disease. With just one chamber, the organ pumped so little blood that when Yazan cried, his skin turned black.
How Clearview AI is using facial recognition
How would you like it if anyone armed with an iPhone could figure out a slew of information about you, pull up any Facebook or Instagram picture you’ve ever been in, and see any other image of you that’s been posted publicly online?
Arsenal-City game called off with players in self-isolation
LONDON (AP) — Members of Arsenal’s playing squad went into self-isolation in a coronavirus precautionary move, forcing the postponement of the Premier League game at Manchester City later Wednesday.
Flu and coronavirus: Similar symptoms, different fears
Is it the flu, a cold or the new coronavirus? Patients and doctors alike are parsing signs of illness to figure out who needs what tests or care and how worried they should be.
The Latest: Biden faces down pro-gun worker at Detroit plant
DETROIT (AP) — The Latest on the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries (all times local):
Joe Biden has faced down a pro-gun worker in a testy exchange over his plan to reinstate the assault weapons ban.
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XI VISITS VIRUS’ EPICENTER AS RECESSION FEARS GRIP WORLD China’s president visits Wuhan, the center of the global virus outbreak, as Italy begins a nationwide travel ban and people worldwide brace for the possibility of recession.
Thousands on virus-hit cruise ship await disembarkation
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Thousands of passengers aboard a cruise ship struck by the novel coronavirus waited anxiously Tuesday for their chance to leave the vessel, even if meant being shipped to military bases for weeks of quarantine.
Pearl Jam postpones first leg of tour over virus concerns
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Pearl Jam is postponing the North American leg of its Gigaton world tour because of concerns over the new coronavirus, the band announced Monday.
Coronavirus phishing attacks and email scams are on the rise
If you didn’t have enough to worry about with the new coronavirus, here’s one more thing: Scammers are using the outbreak to steal your information through phishing attempts or to lure you into downloading a different kind of virus.
Schools wrestle with fairness of closures during outbreak
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — When the new coronavirus surfaced at Saint Raphael Academy after a school group returned from a trip to Italy, officials decided to close the Rhode Island Catholic high school for two weeks.
Stakes rise for Sanders heading into Michigan primary
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Bernie Sanders proved he was a serious presidential candidate in 2016 with an upset victory in Michigan powered by his opposition to free trade and appeal among working-class voters.
Saudi-Russia oil fight melts markets, targets US oil patch
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A clash of the oil titans – Saudi Arabia and Russia – is sending shock waves through energy markets, with wide-ranging implications for consumers and oil companies, including those in the No.
Stocks, oil prices plunge as virus closes sites around world
BANGKOK (AP) — The world’s largest economies delivered more worrisome cues Monday as anxiety over the virus outbreak sent stock and oil prices plunging and closed sites from the Sistine Chapel to Saudi Arabian schools.
Officials set to receive thousands from ship hit by virus
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Federal and state officials in California were preparing Monday to receive thousands of people from a cruise ship that has been idling off the cost of San Francisco with at least 21 people aboard infected with the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus price gougers can't be stopped by Amazon
If you searched for hand sanitizer on Amazon on Thursday, one of the first listings that greeted you was a two-pack of Purell in 1-liter bottles selling for $350.
N. Korea fires weapons after threatening ‘momentous' action
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea fired three unidentified projectiles off its east coast on Monday, South Korea’s military said, two days after the North threatened to take “momentous” action to protest outside condemnation over its earlier live-fire exercises.
Despite virus risk, 2020 hopefuls keep up campaigns for now
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — As the coronavirus hits more states, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Sunday his campaign is gauging when it may become necessary to cancel the large campaign rallies that public health experts say could be breeding grounds to spread the potentially deadly illness.
60 years later, ‘An Appeal for Human Rights' still resonates
ATLANTA (AP) — Sixty years have passed since Roslyn Pope came home from Europe to a segregated South and channeled her frustrations into writing “An Appeal for Human Rights.
With painted faces, artists fight facial recognition tech
LONDON (AP) — As night falls in London, Georgina Rowlands and Anna Hart start applying makeup. Instead of lipstick and eyeliner, they’re covering their faces with geometric shapes.
It looks like Trump is trying to trick people into filling out "census" forms online
Shortly ahead of the US National 2020 census, President Trump’s campaign is running ads on Facebook that some are saying are misleading users into thinking that a data-gathering and fundraising survey for the Trump presidential campaign is actually the official US national census.
Official: White House didn't want to tell seniors not to fly
NEW YORK (AP) — The White House overruled health officials who wanted to recommend that elderly and physically fragile Americans be advised not to fly on commercial airlines because of the new coronavirus, a federal official told The Associated Press.
Saudis' arrest of 2 princes called a warning to royal family
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Two senior princes in Saudi Arabia are under arrest for not supporting Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has consolidated control of all major levers of power with the support of his father, King Salman, two people close to the royal family said Saturday.
Experts: Cruise ships no place for a coronavirus quarantine
Cruise ships hit by coronavirus outbreaks have quickly found themselves with no ports for thousands of passengers as countries on four continents have quarantined vessels or kept them at sea for days.
Sequoia Capital tells its founders to prepare for the worst on coronavirus
One of the most prestigious brands in Silicon Valley investing is issuing a dire warning about the impact of the novel coronavirus.
In a memo packed with symbolism that harked back to an iconic notice issued just before the financial crisis, Sequoia Capital on Thursday painted a dark portrait of how the outbreak could reshape Silicon Valley.
Suburbanites are voting and that's good news for Joe Biden
BURNSVILLE, Minn. (AP) — Nearly two years after suburbanites helped drive a Democratic surge, there are clear signs these voters are engaged and primed to vote Democratic again.
Now this: Tornado clobbers African American North Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — On a frigid Friday morning in North Nashville, Ishvicka Howell stood in her driveway and peered down the street at several utility trucks.
US cruise ship in limbo as anti-virus controls spread
BEIJING (AP) — Officials in California were deciding Saturday where to dock a cruise ship with 21 coronavirus cases aboard and four U.S. universities canceled in-person classes as Western countries imitate China by imposing travel controls and shutting down public events to contain the outbreak.
Facebook, Twitter want Russian coronavirus disinformation details
State Department officials are claiming that disinformation related to the coronavirus — including some pushed by Russia — is rampant across popular social media platforms. But the government seems cagey about reporting the details to the companies involved.
Trump's challenge: keeping his act fresh in reelection year
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump show has a consistent script. Same villains. Same nicknames. Same grievances. Same hero: himself.
At raucous friendly rallies — mostly in states friendly to him — the president tell his audiences he could be presidential if he chose to be, even Lincolnesque.
Trump names Rep. Mark Meadows his new chief of staff
WASHINGTON (AP) — Under fire for his handling of the coronavirus crisis, President Donald Trump on Friday announced a major staff overhaul, naming Rep. Mark Meadows as his new chief of staff and replacing Mick Mulvaney, who has been acting in the role for more than a year.
Vatican halts Mexico abuse prevention mission, cites virus
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s bishops said Friday the Vatican had suspended a clerical sex abuse fact-finding and assistance mission to Mexico due to the spreading coronavirus in Italy and now the Vatican.
Stocks sink, bond yields take another breathtaking drop
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks kept falling Friday, and bond yields took more breathtaking drops as a brutal, dizzying couple weeks of trading showed no sign of letting up.
Coronavirus outbreak: How Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok are dealing with hoaxes
Social media companies are increasing their vigilance about removing coronavirus conspiracies. Facebook, in particular, continues to update its policies as the outbreak — and corresponding disinformation — spreads.
Gunmen kill at least 27 at memorial for Afghan Shiite leader
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Gunmen killed at least 27 people and wounded at least 55 others in Afghanistan’s capital on Friday at a remembrance ceremony for a minority Shiite leader, officials said.
Migrants, police clash again on Greek-Turkish border
KASTANIES, Greece (AP) — Greek authorities used tear gas and a water cannon to repulse an attempt by migrants to push through the border from Turkey Friday morning, while Turkish authorities fired volleys of tear gas onto the Greek side of the frontier.
Klobuchar calls for independent review of murder case
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — US Sen. Amy Klobuchar asked a top Minnesota prosecutor Thursday to initiate an independent investigation into the case of Myon Burrell, a black teen sentenced to life after an 11-year-old black girl was killed by a stray bullet.
Coronavirus cancellations of tech industry events cost $500 million at least
As the novel coronavirus continues to take a human and economic toll across the world, the lucrative business of tech conferences is not immune.
The direct economic loss from the cancellation from eight major tech conferences including Google I/O, Facebook’s F8 event, and Mobile World Congress over coronavirus has already reached $666 million, according to estimates the data intelligence company PredictHQ pulled for Recode.
US labs await virus-testing kits promised by administration
WASHINGTON (AP) — Trump administration officials doubled down on their promise to deliver 1 million tests for the coronavirus this week as states reported limited testing supplies and federal lawmakers expressed doubts about the government’s timeline.
Warren ends 2020 presidential bid, not endorsing anyone yet
WASHINGTON (AP) — Elizabeth Warren, who electrified progressives with her “plan for everything” and strong message of economic populism, dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Thursday, days after the onetime front-runner failed to win a single Super Tuesday state, not even her own.
US worshippers grapple with virus burdens others have borne
NEW YORK (AP) — A rising number of churches across the United States are making changes in response to the coronavirus outbreak, including a decision by numerous Catholic dioceses to suspend the serving of wine during Communion.
Turkey vows justice for migrant killed at border with Greece
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey has vowed to seek justice for a migrant it says was killed on the border with Greece after Greek authorities fired tear gas and stun grenades to push back dozens of people attempting to cross over.
China's factories try to shield workers as output revives
BEIJING (AP) — To keep his 40 employees indoors and away from China’s virus outbreak, the manager of an electronics factory in Dongguan, near Hong Kong, says he hired a cook and arranged dormitories for them.
Roberts chides Schumer for ‘dangerous' remarks on 2 justices
WASHINGTON (AP) — Çhief Justice John Roberts on Wednesday criticized as “inappropriate” and “dangerous” comments that Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer made outside the Supreme Court earlier in the day about Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.
Salesforce founder Marc Benioff swears off politics after buying Time magazine
Marc Benioff, the billionaire who has emerged as a spokesperson for a more liberal and civically active Silicon Valley, is stepping away from partisan politics.
Noose placed on Wisconsin brewery shooter's locker in 2015
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Someone placed a noose several years ago on the locker of a Wisconsin brewery employee who last week opened fire on his co-workers, the brewery operator said Wednesday, confirming at least one instance of racial harassment against him as police continue to piece together his motive.
Virus halts pilgrimages to Mecca, Friday prayers in Iran
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — The coronavirus outbreak disrupted Islamic treasure in the Middle East as Saudi Arabia on Wednesday banned its voters and other residents of the kingdom from performing the pilgrimage in Mecca, whereas Iran canceled Friday prayers in principal cities.
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BIDEN HAS MOST WINS, SANDERS BIGGEST PRIZE A resurgent Joe Biden ratings nine victories across the country — including Texas — whereas progressive rival Bernie Sanders seizes Clear Tuesday’s perfect prize with a snatch in California.
Biden wins 8 Super Tuesday states; Sanders takes California
WASHINGTON (AP) — A resurgent Joe Biden scored victories from Texas to Massachusetts on Huge Tuesday, revitalizing a presidential inform that used to be teetering on the threshold of catastrophe correct days earlier.
Apple hit with $500 million iPhone lawsuit settlement
Apple has agreed to pay as much as $500 million to settle a class action lawsuit over its phone batteries — and you would possibly glean a (little) decrease of that.
What's Happening: Mask hoarders rebuked, Olympics delay eyed
BERLIN (AP) — Because the brand new coronavirus continues spreading, people are being asked to quit hoarding masks and athletes are being informed to refrain from high-fives.
Dow sinks 2.9% after rate cut fails to stem market's dread
NEW YORK (AP) — Peril and uncertainty proceed to manipulate Wall Road, and stocks fell sharply Tuesday after an emergency interest-rate cleave by the Federal Reserve failed to reassure markets wracked by worries that a quick-spreading virus will slam corporate earnings and the economic system.
Imprisoned for life as a teen, Myon Burrell finds his voice
BAYPORT, Minn. (AP) — When he changed into upright an adolescent, Myon Burrell lost his identification, his disclose and even his name.
For diverse the previous 17 years, he has been trying to cherish the plot in which all of it came about.
Virus spread prompts Fed to slash rates in surprise move
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a shock switch, the Federal Reserve slash its benchmark hobby rate by a good half-percentage point Tuesday as a ability to beef up the financial system within the face of the spreading coronavirus.
Iran orders troops to fight coronavirus outbreak as 77 dead
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s supreme chief build the Islamic Republic’s protection force on alert Tuesday to encourage correctly being officers in combating the outbreak of the fresh coronavirus — the deadliest inaugurate air of China — that authorities deliver has killed 77 folks.
North Korean swagger may conceal brewing virus disaster
TOKYO (AP) — On this day of infection and fright, a recent propaganda picture sums up the image North Korea needs to demonstrate the environment, as successfully as its individuals: Troopers with sunless surgical masks surround chief Kim Jong Un, ensconced in a leather-essentially based totally overcoat and sans masks as he oversees a defiant military drill.
San Francisco and a few other cities saw most growth in new tech jobs
US jobs in tech, arguably the dominant industry of our time, are an increasing selection of concentrating in a handful of already infamous tech cities, fixed with the Brookings Institution’s new evaluation of census recordsdata.
Twitter told its employees to work from home because of the coronavirus
Twitter is encouraging its bigger than 4,800 workers across the field to brand a living from dwelling based on the unfold of the coronavirus. It’s even handed one of many most drastic steps taken by any tech company up to now based on the outbreak.
Disaster: Tornadoes shred 40 buildings around Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — No longer less than two tornadoes touched down early Tuesday in central Tennessee, including one who ripped across downtown Nashville and ended in about 40 buildings to collapse across the metropolis, police talked about as they sought for injured of us.
Thousands of migrants look for way around shut Greek border
KASTANIES, Greece (AP) — Thousands of migrants looked for methods to immoral Greece’s land border on Tuesday, days after Turkey made lawful on a longtime risk to commence its borders for those making an try for to immoral illegally into Europe.
Tokyo falls back, other Asian markets track Wall St gains
TOKYO (AP) — Shares in most Asian markets tracked in a single day beneficial properties on Wall Aspect road, nonetheless Tokyo’s benchmark fell aid Tuesday as gnawing considerations over the virus outbreak chilled shopping sentiment.
Virus alarms sound worldwide, but China sees crisis ebbing
BEIJING (AP) — Iranians hoarded medical gives, Italians entreated medical doctors out of retirement and South Koreans ready to pump billions into reduction efforts Tuesday because the virus epidemic firmed its lend a hand all the absolute best method by method of the globe.
LA County sheriff says 8 deputies took Bryant crash photos
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva acknowledged eight deputies allegedly took or shared graphic photos of the Kobe Bryant helicopter rupture scene, however he ordered them deleted.
Chris Matthews retires from MSNBC, cites comments to women
NEW YORK (AP) — Longtime MSNBC host Chris Matthews retired from his “Hardball” point out on Monday, apologizing for making contaminated comments about females and following a brutal week the put he additionally took warmth from supporters of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Kushner sells stake in firm using tax breaks he lobbied for
NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump’s son-in-rules and adviser Jared Kushner has sold his stake in a firm investing in Opportunity Zone projects offering tax breaks he had for my piece lobbied for in Washington, sparking criticism that he used to be taking benefit of his White House goal.
Exit polls: Netanyahu just short of majority in Israel vote
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a solid edge over his main rival in Israel’s third election in beneath a 365 days, exit polls indicated Monday night, but it undoubtedly used to be unclear whether he can clinch the parliamentary majority wished to direct victory.
Media faces challenges in covering coronavirus outbreak
NEW YORK (AP) — Preserving the coronavirus sage requires cautious navigation and genuine attention.
Files organizations attempting to responsibly portray on the rising well being crisis are confronted with the project of conveying its seriousness without provoking terror, maintaining with a torrent of recordsdata whereas noteworthy remains a mystery and continually advising readers and viewers easy how one can end safe.
Child dies as migrants rush to cross Greek-Turkish border
KASTANIES, Greece (AP) — Neutral a exiguous one died when a boat beefy of migrants heading to a Greek island capsized Monday, half of a wave of thousands seeking to push thru Greece’s land and sea borders after Turkey declared the capacity used to be start for migrants and refugees to enter Europe.
Pete Buttigieg Dropped Out and It's Reshaping the Race
The once-enormous Democratic presidential primary field has suddenly gotten quite small
Pete Buttigieg always thought a step ahead. With reporters, the former South Bend, Indiana mayor was deliberate in every word he spoke.
Virus kills member of council advising Iran's supreme leader
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A member of a council that advises Iran’s supreme leader died Monday after falling unwell from the fresh coronavirus, dispute radio reported, turning into the first high first rate to succumb to the sickness that has effects on members of the Islamic Republic’s management.
Patients fill hospitals in more places as new virus expands
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Virus cases in South Korea surged and millions of teens in Japan stayed dwelling from school Monday as officers struggled to dangle the epidemic in bigger than 60 countries, together with the United States, the attach two folks possess died and signs of an even bigger outbreak loomed.
Biden fights for momentum in Democrats' shifting primary
SELMA, Ala. (AP) — An emboldened Joe Biden is attempting to solid himself as the decided reasonable different to revolutionary Bernie Sanders as the Democrats’ fearful presidential field raced in direction of Neat Tuesday.
Judge rules head of immigration agency was unlawfully named
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A federal say has ruled that Ken Cuccinelli used to be unlawfully appointed to lead the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency and, in consequence, lacked authority to offer asylum seekers less time to put together for initial screening interviews.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey could be ousted by activist investors
Jack Dorsey is the CEO of Twitter. He shall be the CEO of Sq..
That shouldn’t proceed to any extent further, says an funding community, who wishes Dorsey to quit running Twitter — or, not not up to, quit running every firms on the a similar time.
AP Photos: Migrants head to Turkish-Greek border
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — All it took turn out to be as soon as a thinly veiled suggestion by a Turkish legit that his nation would no longer forestall migrants and refugees from making an strive to deprave Turkey’s borders into the European Union.
Ernesto Cardenal, Nicaraguan poet and priest, dies at 95
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Ernesto Cardenal, the favorite poet and Roman Catholic cleric who turned a symbol of innovative verse in Nicaragua and spherical Latin The US, and whose suspension from the priesthood by St.
Faith before basketball for Yeshiva University champions
NEW YORK (AP) — Every of the mighty Maccabees has his role on the men’s basketball personnel. Gabriel Leifer sinks three-pointers; Daniel Katz is the protection wizard; Simcha Halpert makes the correct alley-oop passes to Ryan Turell who soars for dunks.
Officials seek to calm public as new US virus cases reported
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The coronavirus would possibly moreover fair were circulating for weeks undetected in Washington disclose, a preliminary finding that will moreover mean a total bunch of undiagnosed cases within the disclose that’s also dwelling to the nation’s first confirmed an infection and now the first death, researchers acknowledged Sunday after examining genetic samples of the pathogens.
Virus cases in Italy soar 40%; US urges Americans not to go
MILAN (AP) — The replacement of of us infected in Italy with the new coronavirus rose 40% to 1,576 in only 24 hours, Italian authorities offered Sunday, including that five more infected of us had died.
Markets want Fed to save them. Why its tools might not work.
NEW YORK (AP) — As stocks at some level of the arena tumble on worries about a swiftly-spreading virus, investors were clamoring for the superheroes of the financial world to stride to the rescue yet again.
After trying year, Dayton rallies around college hoops team
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Trey Landers survived one of his fatherland’s worst moments. Now he’s contributing to at least one of its very best.
A Dayton native, the senior guard has helped lead the University of Dayton basketball team to its very best commence ever at 27-2 and to No.
Facebook canceled a major annual tech conference because of coronavirus. It's not alone.
The Covid-19 coronavirus is prompting predominant tech conferences spherical the sector to waste their events — so far, several predominant ones bear been called off completely, including Facebook’s annual F8 developer convention.
The FCC is reportedly fining Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T for selling customer location data
Your mobile telephone company can even be on the hook for fines from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for selling your accurate-time plight data.
In accordance with the Wall Avenue Journal, the FCC needs AT&T, Lag, T-Cell, and Verizon to pay hundreds of hundreds and hundreds in fines.
US and Taliban sign deal aimed at ending war in Afghanistan
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Acknowledging a protection power stalemate after when it comes to 2 decades of battle, the United States on Saturday signed a peace settlement with the Taliban that is geared toward ending The US’s longest battle and bringing U.
Wash. state sees 1st virus death in US, declares emergency
The governor of Washington declared a convey of emergency Saturday after a person died there of COVID-19, the first such reported death in the US. Extra than 50 of us in a nursing facility are sick and being examined for the virus.
Trump seeks high court approval to speed deportations
WASHINGTON (AP) — The particular person slipped into the U.S.from Tijuana, Mexico, and made it upright 25 yards from the border earlier than he was arrested.
Laurene Powell Jobs's charity is going to give away almost all of its money
Laurene Powell Jobs, one in all the richest females on the earth, shared critical details, buried in a brand new interview, about what she plans to complete alongside with her wealth.
Amazon's Ring hacks reveal tech's security problem
Whereas you form it they’re going to advance — nonetheless they won’t necessarily plot up two-enlighten authentication.
The tool and devices which will seemingly be an increasing number of integral to our daily lives are continuously compromising our privacy and security.
Teens love the video app TikTok. Do they love it too much?
From the perspective of teenagers, TikTok is a predominant original outlet for self-expression, one proudly dwelling to the silly, the loud and the unusual.
To others, the Chinese-owned online video provider is an unnerving dusky field that might perchance per chance also very smartly be sharing records with the Chinese govt, facilitating espionage, or appropriate selling videos and songs some other folks take into consideration lewd.
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's viral spin on virus; Dem oversteps
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has no longer proved to be the bearer of first fee files when calamity threatens and folks need straight answers about it.
On Amazon, coronavirus supplies are proliferating --- and selling fast
Amazon talked about on Thursday that it blocked more than 1,000,000 gadgets from sale on its marketplace in contemporary weeks that made counterfeit claims about defending in opposition to the original coronavirus, as schemers all around the globe regarded to realize a transient buck amid a world health menace.
The Catholic Church and Pope Francis plan to fight back against AI
On Friday, Pope Francis backed a doc that outlines how synthetic intelligence, in conjunction with facial recognition technology, desires to be regulated. This so-known as “Rome Demand AI Ethics” carries the endorsement of the Vatican as smartly as Microsoft and IBM.
Joe Coulombe, founder of popular Trader Joe's markets, dies
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Joe Coulombe envisioned a brand sleek know-how of young grocery consumers rising in the 1960s, one which wanted wholesome, tasty, excessive-quality meals they couldn’t salvage in most supermarkets and couldn’t manage to pay for to buy in the few excessive-waste connoisseur outlets.
Virus effects take hold as Trump calls criticisms a ‘hoax'
TOKYO (AP) — The coronavirus outbreak’s affect on the arena economy grew extra alarming on Saturday, even as President Donald Trump denounced criticisms of his response to the threat as a “hoax” cooked up by his political enemies.
Grandfather, Navy vet among 5 victims of Wisconsin shooting
The 5 males who were killed by a co-employee at a Milwaukee brewery consist of an electrician, a Navy original, a father of two microscopic formative years, a fisherman and a grandfather who’s being remembered as somebody who “constantly build his family’s wants sooner than his possess.
Mexico confirms first 2 cases of coronavirus
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s assistant well being secretary presented Friday that the country now has two confirmed cases of the unusual coronavirus.
Hugo Lopez-Gatell said among the patients is in Mexico Metropolis and the moderately loads of within the northern enlighten of Sinaloa.
Global stocks fall again on fear of virus impact on economy
Global stock markets plunged extra Friday on spreading fears over the influence of the present coronavirus, with some indexes location to shut out their worst week for the reason that depths of the monetary disaster in 2008.
Parents of ‘terrified' Africans stranded in China want help
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — She wakes every day long prior to interrupt of day to suppose along with her three stranded daughters on the assorted facet of the sphere in China’s locked-down metropolis of Wuhan, anxious to see they’ve started a brand contemporary day virus-free.
iBaby's smart baby monitor cameras are vulnerable to hacks
As any fresh parent will picture you, exiguous one shows are fundamental. They’ll allow you to glean a shut understand in your most important cargo as it rolls around in the crib they customarily even will allow you to talk to the exiguous tyke.
Virus epidemic growing by day hits schools, concerts, parks
TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s schools ready to cease for nearly a month and entertainers, topped by Okay-pop superstars BTS, canceled events as an outbreak epidemic extended its unfold thru Asia into Europe and on Friday, into sub-Saharan Africa.
Turkey raises death toll to 33 troops in Syrian airstrike
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey on Friday raised the loss of life toll from a Syrian authorities airstrike on its forces in northwestern Syria the outdated night to 33 Turkish troops, the ideal number of Turkish troopers killed in a single day since Ankara first intervened within the Syrian battle in 2016.
Afghans view US-Taliban deal with well-earned skepticism
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Many Afghans glimpse Saturday’s expected signing of a U.S.-Taliban peace address a heavy dose of well-earned skepticism. They’ve spent decades dwelling in a country at war — some their complete lives — and charm if they can ever reach a say of peace.
Stocks just ‘corrected,' a regular but still scary event
NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market’s fresh creep hit a tall milestone Thursday after indexes bought pounded for a sixth straight day.
The S&P 500 has dropped bigger than 10% from its file excessive, space honest over a week ago, as worries luxuriate in increased that a hasty-spreading new virus will slam economies and company earnings around the sector.
Whistleblower: Feds helping evacuees lacked virus protection
WASHINGTON (AP) — A authorities whistleblower has filed a complaint alleging that some federal workers did now not contain the mandatory holding instruments or coaching when they were deployed to back Americans evacuated from China one day of the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus is the first test for AI, robots, and drones that can prevent pandemics
The unconventional coronavirus that first appeared in mainland China has now spread internationally, with greater than 82,000 reported conditions and nearly 3,000 deaths, as of Thursday.
In scramble to stop virus, testing raises tough questions
NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials confronted complicated questions and doubts Thursday about testing to intercept the short-spreading virus, with scrutiny centered on a four-day lengthen in screening an contaminated California girl despite her doctors’ early calls to form so.
Facebook is suing OneAudience for improperly harvesting user data
Facebook filed a federal lawsuit in California on Thursday against OneAudience, a marketing firm that it says paid app developers to use the “login with Facebook” feature to improperly make fetch entry to to non-public recordsdata with out customers’ permission.
Walmart will soon test an Amazon Prime competitor called Walmart+
When Amazon launched a icy membership program called Amazon Top in 2005, Walmart boasted increased earnings than Amazon had earnings. Fifteen years later, despite the indisputable truth that, Top is the main motive for Amazon’s dominance over Walmart in on-line sales.
AP-NORC poll: How Americans describe 2020 Democrats, Trump
WASHINGTON (AP) — Competent, a fighter, trusty. Worn, out of contact, disingenuous. And, obviously: who’s that?
As the 2020 campaign intensifies, a poll from The Connected Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Be taught requested Americans to assert what be aware or phrase involves mind after they assume the tip candidates, alongside with incumbent President Donald Trump.
Stocks go on a wild ride as virus threatens economic damage
NEW YORK (AP) — Shares went on a wild trip Thursday as traders battle to gauge the aptitude affect of the coronavirus outbreak on the arena economy.
Tesla's Autopilot keeps causing its cars to crash
Tesla is facing heat from federal officers following yet another fatal accident keen Autopilot. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) currently found that Tesla’s semi-self ample riding feature turned into in part accountable in a 2018 fatal automobile break, adding yet yet another accident to the expertise’s already worrisome myth.
Former Michigan wrestler urges more victims to ‘speak up'
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) — A College of Michigan wrestler from the 1970s mentioned Thursday that he used to be kicked off the team and lost his monetary support after complaining he had been physically abused by a sports actions doctor.
Virus response in Mideast tainted by political views of Iran
BEIRUT (AP) — Within the Middle East, even virus outbreaks are political.
The coronavirus has killed 26 americans in Iran — the wonderful toll outdoors of China where it originated.
AP-NORC poll: Election security, integrity worry Americans
WASHINGTON (AP) — Individuals contain accepted concerns regarding the safety and integrity of elections, with few announcing they contain got excessive self perception that votes in the 2020 presidential election will likely be counted precisely.
Clearview AI, the controversial facial recognition company, has been breached
Clearview AI, the controversial and secretive facial recognition firm, factual skilled its first main knowledge breach — a upsetting prospect pondering the sheer quantity and scope of personal recordsdata in its database, besides the truth that receive entry to to it is presupposed to be restricted to legislation enforcement agencies.
Coronavirus is causing more people to work from home or remotely, surge in Zoom and Slack interest
A strain of coronavirus will also be reaching pandemic proportions, having killed 2,700 other folks and infected bigger than 81,000 other folks in bigger than 40 worldwide locations.
Astra Making an attempt to Birth Tiny Rockets With Most productive Days of Take into story
Astra Dwelling is developing pump-fed, liquid bipropellant propulsion engines for DARPA and NASA.
The hot vehicle, Rocket 3.0, is designed to have confidence a payload ability of approximately 100 kg to low earth orbit.
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CORONAVIRUS CASES CONTINUE TO SPIKE IN ASIA Because the worst-hit areas in China and South Korea continue to strive against with the viral epidemic, worries about infection and containment unfold across the globe.
AP Interview: Al-Qaida, IS affiliates group up in West Africa
THIES, Senegal (AP) — The fully discipline on this planet the set fighters linked to al-Qaida and the Islamic Negate community are cooperating is in West Africa’s sprawling Sahel quandary, giving the extremists bigger depth as they push into unusual areas, in accordance with the commander of the U.
India says US politicizing non secular riots by which 30 died
NEW DELHI (AP) — India accused a U.S. authorities fee of politicizing communal violence in Novel Delhi that killed no longer decrease than 30 folks and injured bigger than 200 as President Donald Trump was visiting the nation.
Syrian opposition opponents retake key town from executive
BEIRUT (AP) — Turkey-backed Syrian opposition opponents on Thursday retook a key northwestern town in Syria that changed into once no longer too lengthy in the past captured by executive forces, and cut the motorway linking the capital, Damascus, with the northern city of Aleppo.
Trump urges tranquil even as US reports worrisome recent virus case
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that a widespread U.S. outbreak of the recent respiratory virus sweeping the globe isn’t inevitable even as high well being authorities at his aspect warned Americans that more infections are coming.
Attorneys: New proof backs Loughlin, Giannulli's innocence
BOSTON (AP) — Attorneys for “Fat Condo” actress Lori Loughlin and her clothier husband, Mossimo Giannulli, stated Wednesday that new proof shows the couple is innocent of costs that they bribed their daughters’ ability into the College of Southern California.
Hardest-hit China, South Korea count 767 unusual virus conditions
BEIJING (AP) — South Korea and China each and every reported hundreds more virus conditions Thursday as the unusual illness persists in the worst-hit areas and spreads past borders.
Trump campaign sues NY Events for defamation over Putin
NEW YORK (AP) — The campaign to reelect President Donald Trump sued The Unique York Events for defamation Wednesday, announcing it was accountable for an essay by a extinct executive editor for the newspaper that claimed the campaign made a cope with Russian officials to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Virgin Galactic Sees Demand for Million Dollar Top class Sub-orbital Tourism
Virgin Galactic sees quiz for top price million-buck programs for sub-orbital dwelling tourism. They’re going to first lengthen to spaceports on every continent.
They wish to lengthen their machine and integrate with customary air ports.
Trump faces credibility test as he performs down virus threat
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump faces a well-known challenge in grappling with the brand new coronavirus outbreak: Asking Americans to trust him after he and high advisers maintain contradicted federal scientists in playing down the threat.
Police: `Serious incident' at Molson Coors in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee police are responding to what they are calling a “serious incident” on the Molson Coors Brewing Co. campus amid reports of a doable shooting.
Congress makes lynching a federal crime, 65 years after Till
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sixty-five years after 14-year-extinct Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi, Congress has authorized regulations designating lynching as a hate crime below federal law.
Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Samples Shipped
Moderna shipped the predominant samples of messenger RNA based coronavirus vaccine to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease in Bethesda Maryland. Human clinical trials could perhaps level-headed commence in 6 weeks and the outcomes could perhaps very neatly be accessible in July.
Taz event criticized as hostile to trans
“Transgender: Gender justice passé?”. This is the title of the “Queer Lecture” with the activist Gunda Schumann on 17. March should take place in the building of the Taz.
We are working on making this impossible in our city
According to Senator Andreas Geisel, the Berlin authorities are examining a ban on 16. May anti-Israel al-Quds demonstration planned. “Of course it is my aim that such anti-Semitic events do not take place in our city,” said the SPD politician on Tuesday.
Could Berlin be cordoned off because of the coronavirus?
In view of the possible spread of the novel coronavirus in Europe, the Berlin authorities are also playing through the option of cordoning off the city or parts of it – similar to some municipalities in northern Italy.
Egypt's former President Husni Mubarak is dead
After the death of Egypt’s former long-term ruler Husni Mubarak, the North African country proclaimed a three-day mourning for the state. It applies from this Wednesday, announced the Presidential Office on Tuesday.
Trump In India And What He's Doing That The MSM Isn't Telling You
Namaste, that actually means hi in Indiana, don’t worry I’m not turning a full hippie-dippie, but anyway, Donald Trump officially retweeted upon the announcement of his visit to India which we will be breaking down the significance of geopolitically, especially with all the incredible news happening around American foreign policy including the latest information about the Afghanistan Taliban peace deal that you’re not hearing about in the mainstream media, the extremely messy situation unfolding right now in Syria with Turkey Russia and China is very involved in what looks like a situation that will soon escalate to very dangerous proportions, and then, of course, we’re also gonna be talking about China Philippines there is, of course, a lot more all specifically surrounding American hegemony foreign policy, geopolitical updates that of course, you won’t hear from MSM, so I mean you don’t even hear about the topic of foreign policy being discussed in the presidential debates but it is a key important factor since American foreign policy is essentially policy of the world.
Global bid for gold exploration in the Eastern Desert
An official at the Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority said today, Sunday, that Egypt plans to launch a global bid for gold exploration in the Eastern Desert during the first half of next March.
US conduct exercises in case of nuclear war with Russia
The United States conducted “small” exercises in the event of a Russian nuclear strike against Europe and a retaliatory attack by the United States, a Pentagon spokesman said.
Coronavirus, the first Italian death: it is one of the two patients from Veneto. He was 78 years old, died in Padua
The first death in Italy from the virus. The man tested positive for Coronavirus died on Friday evening shortly after 22.45. The hospital will be closed and emptied
Bernie Sanders: "Here is the message to Russia: Stay out of American elections.
‘Sen. Bernie Sanders answer to the reporter asking about the claim that Russia is helping get Bernie elected. ” He is telling us they are interfering in this campaign right now in 2020.
Statement of Commissioner Brian D. Quintenz
Open Meeting on Proposed Rule: Amendments to the Real-Time Public Reporting Requirements (Part 43); Proposed Rule: Amendments to the Swap Data Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements (Part 45); and Reopening of Comment Period: Certain Swap Data Repository and Data Reporting Requirements (Part 49 Verification) February 20, 2020
Qatar Airways owns more than 25% of the IAG Group
Qatar Airways has bought a new stake in British Airways’ IAG group, for \$ 600 million.
With this, the Qatari company raises its total stake to 25.
Scientists reveal three-dimensional molecular map of Coronavirus
US scientists have published in the journal “Science” the first triple molecular map of a section of the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19) responsible for infecting human cells, an important step that may contribute to developing appropriate treatments and vaccines to counter the virus.
Regulatory Reporting Revisions to the Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income
The financial offices, under the support of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), have concluded capital-related announcing changes and other revealing updates, which are depicted in the joined Federal Register notice.
America Counts: Stories Behind the Numbers
Census Bureau Joins With National and Local Organizations to Count Young Children in 2020
The U.S. Statistics Bureau is uniting with schools and national accomplices to help guarantee the 2020 Census includes all kids living in the United States.
Trump cuts down on IL's controversial former governor
Rod Blagojevich was serving a 14-year sentence for multiple federal corruption convictions.
President Trump commuted Tuesday the sentence of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
Until Tuesday, Blagojevich served a 14-year sentence for multiple federal corruption convictions.
Bernie Sanders Gets New Boost From Ex-Rival
Bernie Sanders just got a high-profile endorsement from one of his former rivals for the Oval Office New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio who dropped out of the presidential race himself in September gave the Vermont senator the thumbs-up on Friday which the New York Times notes is the opposite of what he did in 2016 when he endorsed Hillary Clinton over Sanders.
Trump impeachment case: a six-year "drama" with a farce behind it
Impeached by the House of Representatives and acquitted by the Senate … In just 50 days, Trump, the 45th President of the United States, experienced two very historic moments during his tenure.
Why is there no specific medicine against Coronavirus in the world so far?
The severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) that broke out in Guangdong in February 2003 and the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) that broke out in Saudi Arabia in September 2012 were caused by SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV coronaviruses, respectively.
Trump opens a new way in trade wars
American Foreign Policy said that President Donald Trump will try – by applying a new currency rule – to repair the damage caused by the tariff imposed by him, but he might end up causing more devastation resulting from his protectionist trade policies.
Historic breakthrough of Sinn Fein in the legislative elections in Ireland
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar’s party, Fine Gael, was the big loser in this Sunday, February 9, election. He comes third.
A setback for the party of Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, the Fine Gael, which comes in the third position.
Confusion in Iowa, Bernie Sanders claims to be leading
The results of the first primaries of the Democratic Party are slow to be official. The organizers mentioned “inconsistencies” in their collection of results.
It is launch in pain.
Worldline wants to buy Ingenico and create a European champion
It’s a sea snake that finally comes out of the water. The new combined group would form a European champion ranking fourth in the world with 5.
Federal Reserve keeps rates unchanged
The US central bank said Wednesday, after its monetary policy committee, that it did not change its key rates, now between 1.50 and 1.75%. A decision widely anticipated by the financial markets, which expect above all from the Fed to clarify its policy of injecting liquidity into the money market.
Oil falls below 60 dollars
The coronavirus is weighing on the tourism and transportation sectors, where restrictions on regional flights continue to expand. In the aftermath, the European stock markets opened sharply lower.
Luigi Di Maio announces his resignation from the head of the 5 Star Movement
The announcement comes four days before a crucial regional election this Sunday when the M5S-Democratic Party government coalition could lose big.
Towards new political turmoil in Italy?
Brexit agreement definitively validated by Parliament
The text, which regulates the terms of the divorce, must still be promulgated by Queen Elizabeth II, possibly as early as Thursday, to have the force of law.
The US-China trade deal has cooled down before the storm
The markets breathed a sigh of relief after the signing of the “first phase” agreement between Washington and Beijing last Wednesday. But this deal is only a truce in a battle that is likely to resume after the November elections.
when Trump recounts the strike against General Soleimani
In a meeting with donors to the Republican Party, the White House tenant recounted on Friday the final moments of the Iranian general, killed on January 3 by an American strike.
Here are 10 successful business ideas
Entrepreneurship is not an easy thing, so knowing the latest popular ideas and emerging trends in the field of business is what can guarantee you more chances of success, and this knowledge must be constantly updated in light of the rapid economic and social transformations taking place in the world.
Seven soldiers and 80 terrorists killed in an attack in Burkina Faso
“A significant number of terrorists simultaneously attacked the military detachment,” said the general staff.
The staff evokes an attack of “rare intensity”, which lasted “several hours”.
2020 a good year for the global economy, but it will not last
One of the reasons that enabled stocks to maintain their cohesion in the markets is the presence of a safe trade agreement with China, but the prevailing tension will continue until next year and perhaps after it.
Brexit Project moves up a gear
British lawmakers voted for Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill paving the way for Britain’s exit from the European Union on January 31.
The newly elected British parliament voted, in principle, for Boris Johnson’s Brexit project.
Boeing to Suspend Production of 737
The aircraft manufacturer announced on Monday that the production of its flagship aircraft will be suspended from next month. Despite the 737 MAX’s flight ban for nine months, Boeing had continued production at its Renton plant.
Israel on the way to new elections in March
Israelis will go to the polls for the third time in a year. Polls again give Netanyahu and his rival Gantz neck and neck.
The Israeli political class was preparing the ground Wednesday evening for new elections, at the beginning of March, the third in less than a year, with the flavor of a new duel between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, now charged with corruption, and his rival Benny Gantz.
These are the most important economic challenges for the expected Algerian president
The presidential elections will be held in Algeria next Thursday, December 12th, which does not receive the approval of a good part of the popular movement that started since the beginning of 2019, as the movement demands the exclusion of all officials during the era of “Bouteflika” as well as representatives All institutions that supported the environment of political and economic corruption during the last period before any elections were held there.
Huge crowd of protesters in Hong Kong for six months of protest
The rally took place two weeks after the victory of the pro-democracy opposition in the local elections. 800,000 people were reunited, according to pro-democracy activists.
Antisemitism, the last fight of Angela Merkel
The chancellor went for the first time as head of government in the former extermination camp. A very symbolic visit as antisemitic acts progress in Germany.
Nuclear weapons: Putin wants to renew the New Start treaty quickly with the United States
The previous Strategic Nuclear Weapons Treaty had forced both parties to halve their nuclear missile launchers.
For Vladimir Putin, the decision must be taken as soon as possible “so that it does not give rise to multiple interpretations of our position”.
Ukraine: the child of a deputy killed in an attack on his father
The car where the MP and his son are being shot was Sunday night. The child succumbed to his injury while being supported by the rescue.
Donald Trump mocked by Trudeau's mockery alongside Macron and Johnson
The US president did not appreciate the words of his Canadian counterpart in an informal conversation, captured Tuesday evening by Anglo-Saxon media.
The tone was informal, the faces relaxed.
US House Intelligence Committee approves Trump's impeachment
Washington – The US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee on Tuesday approved a report dismissing US President Donald Trump, the Bloomberg News Agency reported.
The Committee adopted the report by 13 votes to 9.
Algerian interior minister calls election opponents "traitors and gays"
Algerian Interior Minister Salaheddine Dahmoun provoked controversy after he violently attacked opponents of the December 12 presidential election, calling them “traitors, mercenaries, homosexuals and the remains of colonialism.
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US President Donald Trump’s participation in the NATO summit in London, marking the 70th anniversary of the alliance, raises questions about Trump’s vision of foreign policy issues.
The scandal of "Dubai Securities" stains the reputation of the first Swiss bank on the Internet
The Swiss prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into “money laundering” involving Swissquote Bank, which is suspected of harboring part of the tax money smuggled by Helen Group based on the Dubai Securities scandal, a magazine reported on Tuesday.
Investigations into the right-wing German soldiers
German Defense Minister Angrett Kramp-Kranbaur vowed on Sunday to take “decisive action” against any extremism in her country’s army, after reports that he had arrested a member of the elite forces (known as the KSK unit) on suspicion of extreme right-wing tendencies.
Warnings of economic chaos in Lebanon
Lebanon is experiencing an unprecedented financial and economic crisis. The popular movement, which has not ceased its demand for 45 days for a national rescue government that works to find quick solutions to the financial and economic crises, is confronted by the ruling political class, as it calls it, which is unable to produce a new government that draws up rapid plans to curb From the deteriorating economic situation.
40% of the world's wild plants are threatened with extinction
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Nearly 40% of the world’s wild flora is classified as very rare and more at risk of extinction than other species due to human activity and climate change, a new scientific study has found.
The best way to sit so as not to hurt your knee and thigh
Poor sitting postures are the main causes of knee and thigh pain, in which women suffer more than men.
Knee pain is a recurring problem that affects people of all ages, possibly resulting in a ligament-like injury or cartilage injury, writer Francesco Sanchez said.
Times: Changing Alliances Feed Syria War
An analysis by the Middle East Times correspondent Richard Spinner says the changing alliances that fuel the war that has ravaged Syria for years are endless.
New technique for predicting marine tsunamis earthquakes
Although geologists and geologists have not yet been able to predict tsunamis, marine earthquakes and other natural phenomena that threaten mankind, researchers are still experimenting to test technologies that can predict these hazards, taking advantage of supercomputers, communications systems, satellites and information systems capable of Understand the large amount of data on small tremors and analyze them in order to produce relative results for major earthquake prediction.
This is how the people of the world came under the control of Google
New documents revealed that Google was collecting users’ personal data through strategies similar to those used by Facebook, which violate the privacy of users and infiltrate their accounts and sell to companies, in order to improve its financial resources and increase revenue.
Khamenei on the recent protests: We thwarted a big and dangerous conspiracy
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that recent events in the country were a “great and dangerous conspiracy” and had been thwarted by the Iranian people.
12 practical steps recommended by experts to control your budget and reduce your expenses
Budgeting and sticking to it are the first steps toward financial independence, readers’ Digest reported.
Your budget is your plan to spend money over the next week, month or year, and is based on the money you earn and the money you spend.
Israel deports Human Rights Watch director
Omar Shaker, director of Human Rights Watch in Israel and Palestine, left in response to Tel Aviv’s decision to deport him.
The organization held a press conference in the presence of the CEO asserted that Shaker will continue to work from abroad to document all violations.
Burning symbol of the Revolution in Lebanon and a brief celebration of independence
A fire broke out in a prototype that protesters participating in the popular movement had placed in the Martyrs’ Square in central Beirut, while the anniversary of the country’s independence was cut short because of the current crisis.
"Scandal of Ukraine" .. Suspicions about the complicity of Pompeo and Pines
As public hearings into the investigation into the ouster of US President Donald Trump enter their second week, there is suspicion of complicity over US Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
After targeting sites in Syria, Israel is preparing for an Iranian strike
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Tel Aviv is preparing for a possible missile strike by Iranian forces in Syria in the coming hours or days in response to a dawn attack on its positions near Damascus that it said belonged to the Iranian Qods Force, Israeli security sources said.
The dream of becoming a billionaire
Once a symbol of the American dream, huge wealth is being criticized in a country where the wealth gap is widening, and all Democratic candidates want to tax it.
US Ambassador: Trump ordered me to work with his lawyer Giuliani
President Donald Trump has ordered him to work with his lawyer Rudy Giuliani on the Ukraine issue, and Giuliani wanted to urge Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Trump’s political rivals, US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sundland admitted during his House testimony on Wednesday.
Investigations Trump trial key witness testifies today in Congress
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US House of Representatives will continue to hear public witnesses as part of the Democratic Party’s bid to try President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
China threatens US retaliation for supporting Hong Kong protests
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday summoned a senior US diplomat and threatened retaliatory measures against Washington after the US Senate adopted a law supporting demonstrators in Hong Kong, which has been under protests since June.
Ankara warns of a new operation in Syria if Washington and Moscow fail to honor their commitments
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that the United States and Russia did not do what is necessary under the agreements on northern Syria, stressing the need to do so.
America supports settlement building in the West Bank
The European Union has made clear that it continues to believe that Israeli settlement activity in the Occupied Palestinian Territories is illegal under international law and reduces the chances of lasting peace, in response to Washington’s support for Tel Aviv in building settlements.
Here are expert tips to invest in the stock exchange
With the cost of living, price inflation and the burdens of everyday life, Hamed, a salesperson for a major electronics store in Kuwait for nearly nine years, is trying to find a way to improve his limited income.
7 successful steps to launch a profitable online business
Despite the rapid change in the Internet, the principles of how to start and grow a successful online business have never changed.
In his report published by the American magazine Entropenior, the writer Allen Moon said that following these steps would help people launch and develop successful projects.
Turkey is seeking to launch an official digital currency "Turk Coin"
Turkey has come a long way in its efforts to issue a “national digital currency”, which aims to revitalize the economy of the country and to face the major complications faced recently.
List of 15 countries witnessing angry protests
On various continents, many countries are witnessing angry protests on Sunday, most demanding better economic conditions and jobs for youth and political reforms conducive to the renewal of the ruling elites.
John Afrique: The formation of the government in Tunisia is a real mystery
Amin Snoussi, in an article in the French magazine John Afrique, described the task of finding a group capable of forming a Tunisian government that would convince the majority of parliamentarians as a difficult task, given that Ennahda won less than a quarter of the seats in the parliamentary elections.
Beijing's weapons in battle and Why America waged a trade war on China
In the aftermath of the Cold War, the United States changed its policy and priorities and viewed China’s economic emergence as a major threat to its interests in the decades to come.
US "House of Representatives" resumes investigation to hold Trump accountable
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US House of Representatives will resume its inquiry into President Donald Trump’s accountability by hearing the testimony of a senior State Department official, a day after a US judge rejected a Republican objection to the Democratic-controlled House probe.
Oil contracts in euros Russia continues to get rid of the dominance of the dollar
Russia’s biggest oil company, Igor Sechin, has shifted completely to using the euro in its contracts instead of the dollar, a move aimed at protecting its dealings from US sanctions, Rosneft’s chief executive said.
Russia sends 300 additional troops to the Syrian-Turkish border
The Russian Defense Ministry announced the arrival of about 300 Russian military police to Syria to help the withdrawal of Kurdish forces from the border with Turkey.
Israel and Iran: dangerous vortex and deterrence
In the face of Hezbollah, which is building a new front, and the Iranian threat, whose nature is changing from time to time, the Israeli army is building a concrete wall and advanced observation posts near the northern border, in a constant battle between parade and deterrence.
Brexit agreement sees the light
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the negotiators of the United Kingdom and the European Union were able to reach a “new and great agreement” on Britain’s exit from the bloc.
The Turkish Defense Ministry announced that its forces took control of the M4 highway with a depth of 30 to 35 kilometers inside Syrian territory
The Turkish Defense Ministry announced that its forces took control of the M4 highway with a depth of 30 to 35 kilometers inside Syrian territory, following its takeover of the city of Tall Abyad in northeastern Syria.
Saudi Aramco loses $ 2 billion in oil production
Saudi Arabia has lost nearly $ 2 billion in crude oil production following attacks on its oil facilities last month, Middle East Eye reported.
The country suffered a major setback as a result of attacks blamed on Iran by Riyadh and Washington, which led to a 5% drop in Aramco’s output from global oil supplies, he said, citing a Financial Times report.
The incident of the Iranian tanker jumps oil prices
Oil prices rose more than 2% on Friday after Iranian news agencies reported that a state-owned oil tanker was bombed, possibly two missiles, in the Red Sea near Saudi Arabia.
Trump's policy in Syria could reorganize the state
US President Donald Trump’s “reactionary” foreign policy would bring the Islamic State back to Syria, writer Kim Seggupta says.
One of the hallmarks of Trump’s foreign policy is his lack of success against adversaries and his failure to stand by allies, the writer adds in an article in The Independent.
Trump trial: Democrats take new measures, half Americans support president impeachment
Ten Democrats, led by Foreign Relations Committee member Bob Menendez, have called on Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to explain the reasons and motives behind the dismissal of former US ambassador to Ukraine Mary Jovanovich on the backdrop of pressures exerted by both Trump’s lawyers and his son to dismiss her because of her consistent position Detective later.
Continued international reactions to the Turkish military operation in Syria
International reactions to Turkey’s launch on Wednesday of a large-scale military operation in northeast Syria to develop a safe zone evolved. France and the Netherlands summoned their ambassadors to protest against the military attack, while Iran called on Turkey to immediately halt the military operation.
What makes Trump obedient to Erdogan?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan often finds a listening ear from US President Donald Trump and the relationship is unusual, during which the Turkish president is used to persuading Trump to take positions that put him at odds with his national security aides and his Republican allies, The New York Times said.
After China described him as a poison .. Apple acquiesces and removes a special application maps Hong Kong
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Apple on Wednesday removed an application from its shop that protesters in Hong Kong used to track police moves through, claiming it violated rules because it was used to ambush police.
The White House Refuses to Cooperate with Investigations The move would put the United States in a constitutional crisis
The White House has decided to refuse to cooperate with ongoing investigations that Democrats are seeking to begin proceedings to isolate President Donald Trump, arguing that the investigation lacks “constitutional legitimacy” and would put the United States in a constitutional crisis.
Turkish's special Forces units continue to advance in the eastern Euphrates region
This came in a statement published by the ministry on the operation launched by Turkey on Wednesday northeastern Syria, with a statement attached to the scenes of the progress of these forces.
Swedish teen and Ethiopian Prime Minister .. Which is the most likely to win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg tops the list of favorites to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019, while others rule out her crowning under the nomination of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abe Ahmed and important international organizations.
Russia warns and Kurds mobilize .. List of the latest developments of the Turkish operation in Syria
Turkish troops are preparing to launch a military operation in northern Syria with the aim of keeping Kurdish fighters out of their borders and establishing a safe area, enabling Syrian refugees to return home.
The Kurds and the Syria Crisis From the Equation to the Board
Kurdish Nationalists Project in Syria Kurdish Democratic Union Party Cards Much water has flowed since the return of Kurdish Democratic Union leader Saleh Muslim Mohammad to the northern Syrian city of Qamishli in April 2011, coming from the PKK strongholds in the Qandil mountains of northern Iraq.
A Man Receive a life time sentence for stealing a $160 jacket
In 1996, Timothy Jackson received a life sentence for stealing a \$160 jacket in Louisiana.
What’s True In 1996, Timothy Jackson was convicted of theft in Louisiana for stealing a $160 jacket from a department store and was given a sentence of life in prison without parole.
Expert: Washington does not want to face NATO ally "Turkey"
Political analyst and adviser Ali Hussein Bakir, the US administration concluded that it would be “absurd” to engage in a confrontation with Turkey after President Donald Trump confirmed his commitment to withdraw troops from Syria.
Trump news conference with president of Finland
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Does net neutrality gone ? No. Net neutrality explained, the Compendium
Net neutrality definition Net neutrality history Net neutrality effects Net neutrality regulation Net neutrality Example Net neutrality news FCC Chairman Ajit Pai talks rural broadband at Wichita conference FCC Net Neutrality Summit A new direction for net neutrality debate net neutrality Bernie sanders Additional resources Net neutrality has had through the last several years many apparent meanings and served to provoke a lot of debates across specialist from different fields of expertise, the issues that call on the term vary depending on geography, economics, business conditions, and regulatory environment, the debates and arguments advanced for or against net neutrality has evolved through the years from different perspectives to become inconsistent for comparison.
Everything about legendary drug lord Pablo Escobar -- 30 facts and photos
Pablo Escobar with Manuela Escobar with Victora Eugenia Henao Since Narcos series was out many people raised more interest about lord of drug and all-time controversial Narcotic persona Pablo Escobar, the series covered many areas about his life, his business and lot of interesting facts about, but the thing is, there is a lot more to Pablo Escobar story than what has been shown, if you didn’t watch Naroc yet, I’m telling to drop everything in your hand and head straight to your laptop and start watching it, it deserves your time.
Eugenia Cooney heartwarming Return On Shane Dawson Crazy Documentary
So as a lot of you guys have probably seen or maybe you haven’t seen it yet, but I think over half a million people have already and has only been up for a few hours, Shane Dawson just posted a new video after months and not posting anything with Eugenia Cooney, if you don’t know who Eugenia Cooney is she is a YouTuber who has over a million subscribers and her content kind of based around beauty fashion she has like this very Tim Burton aesthetic and style her videos were really cool and she had been recently getting a lot of online bullying because of her weight because she was extremely thin and people were sometimes worried about her health for the right reasons because they just honestly cared about her or they were just making fun of her and making her feel really bad about herself which if somebody is struggling it’s not anyone’s place to try to make them feel bad about themselves what pushes her to disappear from social media life and people was even thinking she is dead.
Scientists May Have Just Figured Out How We Can Fuel Our Cars With Beer
We’re always researching new ways to reduce our reliance on oil. Actually, the gas we put in our cars is made of petrol or diesel, with some ethanol.
British Company Releases Pictures Of World's First ‘Smart Condoms'
These days, most people have some kind of smart device, whether it be a phone, a watch, or something that helps you track your daily steps.
The Most Daring Red Carpet Looks in Grammy Awards History
The best part of awards shows isn’t the presenters or the montages or even the awards. The best part, naturally, is the red carpet. That’s what we end up remembering years after the show goes off the air.
These 10 Photos Were Taken Moments After Assassinations. They're As Profound As They Are Eerie.
There are moments in history when it seemed like the world stopped. Like on Friday, November 22nd, a young President Kennedy was driving through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, TX.