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UPDATED, 12:15 AM ET: The story has been updated with 100% of the precincts reporting. Former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville has beaten former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for the Republican primary runoff to challenge Alabama Democratic Sen. Doug Jones in the November general election. What are the details? Business Insider reported that
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After a decadeslong relationship with megastar host Nick Cannon, ViacomCBS terminated their association after public furor over anti-Semitic rants he posted on his podcast show. The bizarre comments from Cannon resurfaced from a show he published in 2019 and resulted in condemnations from numerous Jewish groups. “ViacomCBS condemns bigotry of any kind and we categorically
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A former Wikipedia editor blasted Wikipedia for not being neutral, and slammed the platform for a multi-year scorched-earth campaign against popular conservative talk radio host Mark Levin. A massive exposé accusing Wikipedia of having biased editors was put out by Breitbart News. “Localemediamonitor” and “Snooganssnoogans,” according to Breitbart, have been allowed to run rampant on
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On Tuesday evening, President Trump announced that he’ll soon sign a “very powerful immigration act” which will change the immigration system, prioritizing merit-based applications. But Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post’s fact-checker, was stumped by Trump’s remark, “How can Trump sign a ‘very strong immigration act’ if it’s not been passed by Congress?” he asked on
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Peter Navarro, White House director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, publicly declared his distrust of fellow Trump administration official Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday, penning a column condemning the infectious disease expert over his guidance amid the coronavirus pandemic. What are the details? In a piece published by USA Today, Navarro said
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There are so many things wrong with the alleged spit-taker’s actions in this story. Elizabeth Mach, 45, allegedly approached a 50-year-old man after he removed his face covering while leaving a Costco store in Mettawa in Lake County, on June 16, the Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday. Police said Mach slammed her shopping cart into the stranger and
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Robert Harris, director of the Los Angeles Police Protective League and a 20-year veteran of the LAPD, spoke with Fox News’ Harris Faulkner on Monday about officers’ hopes of receiving support from local government amid the “defund the police” movement. What are the details? During the conversation, he detailed the importance of local leaders supporting
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The video game industry is taking racism VERY seriously, especially game developers like Infinity Ward, who have removed the “OK” hand gesture from “Call of Duty’s” in-game animations because of its associations with “white supremacy.” Over the weekend, video game and media outlet Gamespot reported that Infinity Ward, game developer behind the mega-popular “Call of
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The Supreme Court of the United States announced Tuesday that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital, and is expected to remain there “for a few days.” What are the details? The court’s press office released a statement Tuesday afternoon that said: Justice Ginsburg was admitted to The Johns Hopkins Hospital
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Everyone is piling on people who don’t wear masks. And if they’re Republican, they’re virtually being accused of murder. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey was photographed not wearing a mask at a June graduation party. What’s worse, he wasn’t practicing social distancing. This double transgression deserves the rack, or at least the stocks. The only problem
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A federal judge on Monday permanently blocked Georgia’s 2019 pro-life “heartbeat” law, which prohibits abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, ruling that it violates the Constitution. What are the details? U.S. District Judge Steven Jones, who also temporarily blocked the law in October of last year, ruled against the state in a lawsuit filed
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A columnist for The Washington Post wasted no time Monday in piggybacking off the momentum from the Washington Redskins’ announcement that they would be retiring their name, and immediately called for Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers to follow suit. What are the details? Roughly an hour after the Washington, D.C. area’s NFL franchise promised its
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It seems as though CBS News finally got their months-old wish – to have coronavirus “infect” President Trump’s reelection chances – granted, according to their new 2020 battleground tracker poll. As anchor Norah O’Donnell morbidly celebrated during Monday’s edition of CBS Evening News, “The pandemic is reshaping the presidential race!” “Our new CBS Battleground Poll
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Some researchers are theorizing based on an understanding of immune system responses, that vaccines currently available should help prevent some of the most severe illnesses caused by COVID-19. The American Society for Microbiology published the first information on it in Science Daily. According to the post: Administering the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine could serve
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Before COVID-19 hit, Mary Daniel of Jacksonville, Florida, visited her husband, Steve, every day at Rosecastle at Deerwood, a memory care facility where he is a resident. But months into the state’s lockdown prohibiting their visits, Mary noticed Steve’s health was declining due to his isolation. So, because the facility could not allow visitors, Mary
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Dr. Scott Atlas, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow and former chief of Neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center, joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Monday to cut through the confusion and politics clouding our understanding of COVID-19 and to give the facts about the so-called second wave of this pandemic. “I think everything should be
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) issued a decree Monday ordering the re-closure of several indoor operations statewide, including restaurants, and expanding restrictions on businesses and churches in the most impacted counties as COVID-19 cases continue to climb. What are the details? The Office of the Governor of California alerted citizens that Newsom’s order prohibits indoor
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