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As African nations find success in fighting virus, researchers search for answers
As African nations find success in fighting virus, researchers search for answers

While much of the world has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, multiple nations in Africa have managed to keep the virus at bay. According to Dr. Sam Agatre Okuonzi of Uganda's Arua Regional Referral Hospital, things looked "very bleak" for Africa in regards to coronavirus. According to Johns Hopkins University, Uganda has recorded about 7,300 positive COVID-19 tests and about 70 deaths.

Police clash with Portland protesters and press; more than 20 arrested
Police clash with Portland protesters and press; more than 20 arrested

Police clashed with anti-racism protesters and pushed back members of the press in downtown Portland, Oregon into early Sunday morning, making more than 20 arrests. The violence followed a relatively peaceful rally by the right-wing Proud Boys group and counter protests by anti-fascist and Black Lives Matter activists on Saturday. Videos published online showed police pushing protesters and photographers to the ground and jabbing them with batons as officers drove them out of an area near Portland's federal courthouse.

Amy Coney Barrett was our professor. She
Amy Coney Barrett was our professor. She'll serve America as well as she served her students.

While we vary about how to best interpret statutes and the Constitution, we agree on this: The nation could not ask for a more qualified candidate.

Where Law Ends review: why Mueller failed to hold Trump to account
Where Law Ends review: why Mueller failed to hold Trump to account

Andrew Weissmann, a senior member of the special counsel's team, has written an alarming and necessary bookThe Mueller investigation ended a year and a half ago, but the aftershocks never stopped. A passel of books highlight the omissions and missteps of the special counsel's office. The Senate intelligence committee report fills in some of the gaps on Russian interference in the 2016 election.Although Robert Mueller found no basis for conspiracy charges, collusion remains a partisan buzzword, obstruction of justice a live concern. The harshest criticism leveled at Mueller is that he blinked.Specifically, the special counsel failed to issue a grand jury subpoena to Donald Trump,...

Secret strategy? Joe Biden avoids naming potential SCOTUS pick
Secret strategy? Joe Biden avoids naming potential SCOTUS pick

Democratic presidential candidate makes rare trip outside of Delaware; Peter Doocy reports

Bloomberg raises millions to help Florida felons vote
Bloomberg raises millions to help Florida felons vote

Just days after after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis won a court victory to keep felons from voting until they've paid off fines, restitution and court fees, billionaire Mike Bloomberg has stepped in to help them pay off the debts. The former Democratic presidential candidate has helped raise more than $20 million so that felons who completed their prison sentences can vote in the presidential election. Bloomberg also has pledged $100 million to help Joe Biden win Florida.

Replacing RBG: In looming Senate battle, both sides race to the brink

Election year appointments and court packing are within constitutional bounds. The problem, in the battle to replace RBG, is escalating brinkmanship.

Nearly 80% displaced people have lost job, income due to virus: survey

Some 77% of people displaced by conflicts have lost a job or revenue since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, a survey by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) showed on Monday. A record 79.5 million people worldwide, or 1% of humanity, were displaced at the end of 2019 after fleeing wars or persecution

Survivor recalls horror after Congo mine collapse
Survivor recalls horror after Congo mine collapse

Kinyenye Furaha passed out from shock when he realised a mine collapse in eastern Congo had buried more than 50 fellow miners including his brother, he said on Sunday, as the hunt continued for bodies two days after the disaster. Miners searching the site near the town of Kamituga in Democratic Republic of Congo have so far recovered 18 bodies, after heavy rains on Friday caused the artisanal gold mine to cave in, burying those working below ground. Before the rain started, Furaha had left the site to remove some large rocks.

Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli sentenced in tax evasion case as mother jailed for 16 months
Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli sentenced in tax evasion case as mother jailed for 16 months

Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli was sentenced on Sunday to nine months' community service and her mother was ordered jailed for 16 months for tax evasion on earnings from her international career. The former Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model, now a popular TV personality in Israel, had pleaded guilty to tax offences under a plea bargain that also included her mother and agent, Tzipi Refaeli. Israeli tax authorities accused the two of evading paying taxes on income of about $7.2 million. Security for their court appearance on Sunday was tight, with barricades in the lobby marking a path to an elevator that took the pair to the courtroom. "We love you Bar," one woman shouted...

Philippines deports US marine after he was pardoned for transgender killing
Philippines deports US marine after he was pardoned for transgender killing

A US marine convicted of killing a transgender woman in the Philippines was deported on Sunday after being pardoned by President Rodrigo Duterte. Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton was halfway through his maximum 10-year prison term for the 2014 murder when Mr Duterte this week unexpectedly ordered his release, drawing condemnation from rights groups. Escorted by US military personnel, the 25-year-old boarded a US military plane at Manila airport, the Philippine Bureau of Immigration said. "Pemberton wishes to express his deepest gratitude to President Duterte for granting him an absolute pardon. He is extremely grateful for this act of compassion," his lawyer Rowena Flores...

Animal populations have declined nearly 70% since 1970, report says
Animal populations have declined nearly 70% since 1970, report says

World Wildlife Fund says species in Latin America and the Caribbean were disproportionately affected, declining 94% on average - and humans are to blame.

Dispatches from the apocalypse: Photos show eerie scenes and orange skies as smoke tints the atmosphere across the West Coast
Dispatches from the apocalypse: Photos show eerie scenes and orange skies as smoke tints the atmosphere across the West Coast

Smoke from hundreds of wildfires across the West Coast has turned the sky orange and red. Here are some of the most striking images.

The Biden campaign has taken over an Instagram fan account started by a 15-year-old
The Biden campaign has taken over an Instagram fan account started by a 15-year-old

The account now has 94,000 followers, and the teen behind it has been brought onto the campaign as an official volunteer.


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