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Britain’s PM suspends Parliament so he can force through his Brexit vision

Britain’s PM suspends Parliament so he can force through his Brexit vision

The government can’t collapse over Brexit infighting if there’s no government at work. Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a man elected with the support of just 0.13 percent of the British population, has suspended Parliament for…

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U.S. gun sales soar amid pandemic, social unrest, election fears

U.S. gun sales soar amid pandemic, social unrest, election fears

Andreyah Garland, a 44-year-old single mother of three daughters, bought a shotgun in May for protection in the quaint middle-class town of Fishkill, New York. She joined a new and fast-growing local gun club to…

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As more Americans vote early, Trump presses on to Iowa

As more Americans vote early, Trump presses on to Iowa

With less than three weeks to go until the U.S. presidential election, President Donald Trump on Wednesday will hold a rally in Iowa, as he tries to make up for time lost on the campaign…

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“It’s been really, really bad”: How Latinx voters are being targeted by disinformation

“It’s been really, really bad”: How Latinx voters are being targeted by disinformation

Rolando Chang Barrero lives in Palm Beach County, Florida in what he calls a bi-partisan Hispanic neighborhood. He’s an artist and gallery owner who is well-known in his community, and also the President of the…

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2020 U.S. ELECTION: What you need to know right now

2020 U.S. ELECTION: What you need to know right now

-With three weeks to go until election day, President Donald Trump tries to put his COVID-19 diagnosis behind him by kicking off his return to the campaign trail with a rally in the battleground state…

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TV networks to reap ad windfall from U.S. election chaos 

TV networks to reap ad windfall from U.S. election chaos 

Television news networks will benefit from a U.S. presidential race that may not be decided on election night. With few sporting events and a captive audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a drawn-out, nail-biter of…

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Key aide to prosecutor reviewing origins of Trump-Russia probe resigns 

Key aide to prosecutor reviewing origins of Trump-Russia probe resigns 

A senior aide to the Connecticut federal prosecutor in charge of investigating the origins of the FBI’s probe into contacts between Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia has resigned from the Justice Department, a spokesman…

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U.S. stands with European Union to push for new election in Belarus

U.S. stands with European Union to push for new election in Belarus

The United States will work closely with the EU to raise pressure on embattled Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko and bring about new elections in the country gripped by protests since a disputed vote last month,…

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Facebook lifts block on pro-Biden ad, citing ‘enforcement error’

Facebook lifts block on pro-Biden ad, citing ‘enforcement error’

Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Monday it had erred in blocking a pro-Biden ad submitted by Democratic political action committee Priorities USA, after initially telling the group the video violated its policy against “sensational” content.FILE…

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French government to unveil economic recovery plan on September 3rd

French government to unveil economic recovery plan on September 3rd

The French government will unveil an economic recovery plan on Sept. 3, Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Wednesday, as it looks to revive activity in the wake of the new coronavirus pandemic. Castex told…

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