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Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence

Mueller Speaks Up Over Stone Sentencing, Breaking Long Silence

Former special counsel Robert Mueller has broken a long silence over his lengthy report on the 2016 Trump campaign. Mueller, with his stoic public appearance and no-nonsense attitude, finally commented publicly on his investigation due to President Donald Trump’s recent actions. In a surprising and unprecedented move, the president just …

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Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected

Joe Biden Vows to Stamp Out Systemic Racism if Elected

America has entered a reckoning period with its history of systemic (and systematic) racism. In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests have demanded the end of racist police brutality. This has spilled over into broader discussions of racism in the US. Likely democratic presidential …

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Minneapolis Police Chief Calls George Floyd’s Death ‘Murder’

Minneapolis Police Chief Calls George Floyd’s Death ‘Murder’

Following the controversial death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, protests have engulfed the US. Black Lives Matter movements all over the country have called for an end to systematic, racist police brutality against black people. Some police departments and republican lawmakers have met …

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K-Pop Fans Credited for Trump’s Dismal Rally Numbers

K-Pop Fans Credited for Trump’s Dismal Rally Numbers

President Trump held his first political rally since the global pandemic began. The number of attendees was supposed to be huge. Well, according to the president himself. Trump claimed to have 1 million registered attendees. Unfortunately for him, the 19,000 person stadium was at decidedly less than capacity. Are K-pop …

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Republicans Stand to Lose Power in Washington for Years in November

Republicans Stand to Lose Power in Washington for Years in November

The 2020 election could be disastrous for republicans in the Senate. As Trump slips precipitously in the polls, he could also threaten his party’s chances of holding their Senate majority. Current Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, meanwhile, has confirmed that he has no intentions of stepping down from his role …

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Bizarre Idaho Missing Children Case Sees Chad Daybell Arrested

Bizarre Idaho Missing Children Case Sees Chad Daybell Arrested

The two children of Lori Vallow went missing in September, shortly after she married a man named Chad Daybell. Since the news of the children’s disappearance broke in December, the case has only grown stranger. On Tuesday, Daybell was arrested after authorities with a search warrant found human remains on …

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Trump Facing Record Low Approval Numbers According to New Polls

Trump Facing Record Low Approval Numbers According to New Polls

President Donald Trump is facing record low approval ratings as protests over police brutality enter their third week. Protesters are gathered in streets in nearly every major American city daily, calling for the end of police brutality. The coronavirus pandemic has left many jobless, so they have nothing but time. …

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George Floyd Updates: Trump’s Twitter Feud, DC Mayor and More

George Floyd Updates: Trump’s Twitter Feud, DC Mayor and More

New reporting is showing President Donald Trump flagging in national polls in the aftermath of national protests over the death of George Floyd. Similar polling shows the protests are overwhelmingly popular with Americans, with recently-released Reuters and Ipsos polls showing support for the social justice movement. Trump’s Twitter Feud Continues …

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What You Can Do To Support Your Community

What You Can Do To Support Your Community

We live in strange times, folks. Just as we all thought that COVID-19 was behind us and we were making progress, protestors took to the streets outraged at injustice. Rioters and looters have been throwing bricks through windows and taking any merchandise they can. You might be sitting at your …

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