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Jun 23 2020
Liberals have had a surprisingly hopeful Supreme Court term so far, but they may not be celebrating soon.
Liberals rarely have much to cheer in late June, when the Supreme Court typically hands down its biggest decisions. So far, however, this term has been an exception. Last week, the Court handed down a broad opinion holding that a federal civil rights law prohibits employmentVox
Jun 23 2020
Bubba Wallace steered the No. 43 to the front of pit road, NASCAR champion Kyle Busch pushing the famous car on one side and close friend Ryan Blaney pushing on the other.
The entire 40-driver field and their crew members followed. After the car came to a stop, Wallace climbed out, sat on the window ledge and sobbed. Richard Petty, his Hall of Fame team owner, gently placed a hand onAssociated Press
Apr 11 2020
From Monopoly and Scrabble to Mahjong and Poker, How to Play Classic Games Online With Friends and Family
Playing board games and cards has always been a staple pastime for friends and family. But as we wait out the coronavirus pandemic, not everyone has access to their favorite Scrabble nemesis or poker cohorts.
Fortunately, the same internet that brought you reruns of “Seinfeld” to binge-watch also offers a range of classic games that can be played with far-flung opponents. No priceyWall Street Journal (News)
Feb 28 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s first public appearance of the year before Congress was his most heated and combative yet, with House Democrats frequently raising their voice to sharply rebuke the secretary, who categorically rejected all of their criticisms on the administration’s Iran policy and on its handling of the growing worldwide coronavirus outbreak.
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Jun 22 2020
He can’t run on accomplishments. So he’s running on violence and fear.
On Saturday night in Tulsa, Oklahoma, President Donald Trump tried to relaunch his reelection campaign. This was his chance, after the onslaught of the novel coronavirus and three months without a campaign rally, to tell Americans what he would do in a second term. The election, he argued, was about defeating anSlate
Jun 05 2020
President Trump on Friday declared it a "great day for equality" and a "great day" for George Floyd following a jobs report that showed unemployment falling, except for African Americans, and days of unrest sparked by Floyd's death.
The president delivered lengthy and often rambling remarks in the Rose Garden that were ostensibly meant to highlight a new jobs report that showedThe Hill
Apr 09 2020
We black people are so convenient and useful to America's leftists. Whenever there's a bit of silencing to be done, just accuse a detractor or critic of racism. A recent, particularly stupid, example is CNN's Brandon Tensley's complaint that the "Coronavirus task force is another example of Trump administration's lack of diversity." Tensley said the virus experts are "largely the same sorts ofTownhall
Mar 26 2020
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump told Fox News, “I want to encourage everyone to keep following our guidelines on social distancing, avoiding large gatherings and hand washing and all of the other things that everybody knows they're supposed to be doing. Ultimately, the goal is to ease the guidelines and open things up to very large sections of our country as we near the end of our historicThe Flip Side
May 24 2020
In January 2020, Facebook executives began paying attention to a new coronavirus spreading across the globe. The virus was deadly and highly contagious, and when the World Health Organization shared guidance about it, the company’s leadership dropped their typically hands-off approach to misinformation.
“We decided we would remove content that directly contradicted [the WHO] and couldBuzzFeed News
Jun 29 2020
President Trump is racing to fulfill immigration-related campaign promises as he enters a tough reelection fight against Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Trump’s most memorable promise from the 2016 race was his pledge to build a wall along the United States’s border with Mexico. The administration is touting 200 miles of recently completed border security fencing, on track to reachWashington Examiner