Trump Fundraising Falling Short While Biden Outraises Him

Trump Fundraising Falling Short While Biden Outraises Him

Nothing is certain until the votes are tallied, but things aren’t looking great for Donald Trump’s reelection. The president has faced accusations of calling the war dead “losers,” a scathing book from Robert Woodward, and lessened fund-raising turnout all in the span of a week. This is all capped off …

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Russian Opposition Leader Poisoned by Rare Nerve Agent

Russian Opposition Leader Poisoned by Rare Nerve Agent

Last month, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny fell ill during a flight to Moscow. His colleagues and allies were dismayed to see him being held a Russian hospital, and demanded he be moved by air ambulance to a German hospital. After being in the care of doctors in Berlin for …

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Trump Ignores Wisconsin Governor and Schedules Kenosha Visit

Trump Ignores Wisconsin Governor and Schedules Kenosha Visit

Last weekend, the police shooting of Jacob Blake reinvigorated Black Lives Matter protests around the US. Since then, President Donald Trump has condemned civil unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and has scheduled a visit to the city. However, Wisconsin governor Tony Evers has implored the president not to make an appearance. …

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Progressives and GOP Endorse Him, but Biden Remains Stubbornly Moderate

Progressives and GOP Endorse Him, but Biden Remains Stubbornly Moderate

Last week, Joe Biden formally accepted the Democratic nomination for the presidential race during the Democratic National Convention. The DNC was a huge virtual stage for the party and had fairly good viewership. Among the speakers were conservatives like John Kasich and progressives like Bernie Sanders and Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez. Even …

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College Campuses See New Wave of COVID Infections

College Campuses See New Wave of COVID Infections

Many colleges that have been tentatively reopening for the fall are already seeing huge spikes in COVID cases. Clusters of cases around some universities have several reassessing their reopening plans. Experts warned during the summer that a failure to the contain the virus would make reopening schools in the fall …

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Democrats Push for USPS Policy Changes Ahead of Election

Democrats Push for USPS Policy Changes Ahead of Election

The new Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy, was only recently appointed by Donald Trump. However, in his short time in that position, DeJoy has made sweeping changes to the way the United States Postal Service is run. Democrats including Amy Klobuchar, Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren have called on the USPS …

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Experts Express Concern Over Putin’s Vaccine Plan

Experts Express Concern Over Putin’s Vaccine Plan

Earlier this week, Russian leader Vladimir Putin unveiled the Sputnik-V vaccine, which he claimed is the first COVID-19 vaccine ready for the public. However, the vaccine has not yet undergone Phase 3 trials, in which it would be tested on upwards of 1,000 people. Without safety data from this critical …

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Lebanese Prime Minister Steps Down Following Explosion

Lebanese Prime Minister Steps Down Following Explosion

The explosion in Beirut last week shook more than the capital of Lebanon: it shook the country’s government to its core. Prime Minister Hassan Diab has vowed to step down from his role, and has stated that the corruption in Lebanon is “bigger than the state”. Diab’s resignation comes after …

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