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Wednesday, 10.14.2020

White House Embraces "Herd Immunity"

The Trump administration admits to taking on the controversial strategy, which critics say is "mass murder."

The Trump administration admits to taking on the controversial strategy, which critics say is "mass murder."
Wednesday, 10.14.2020
White House Embraces "Herd Immunity"
Early in-person voting kicked off in the Peach State with machine shortages and hours-long lines.
Tuesday, 10.13.2020
Record Early Voting Turnout in Georgia
Things are bad…and getting worse. Cases are rising faster than we’ve seen in weeks. The Midwest is reporting record hospitalizations — driving WI to open a field hospital.
Friday, 10.09.2020
COVID Still Out of Control
The FBI announced it thwarted a kidnapping plot by a violent, anti-government militia. Governor Gretchen Whitmer called out the president in her response.
Thursday, 10.08.2020
Plot to Kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer
President Trump declares an end to congressional talks on the stimulus before the election as he pushes instead for "standalone" economic relief bills.
Thursday, 10.08.2020
Still No Stimulus Deal After Trump Flip-Flop
Here's why New Jersey is having issues contact tracing more than 200 attendees of President Trump's Bedminster fundraiser.
Monday, 10.05.2020
Officials Race to Contact Trace Trump Event
President Trump is holding two MAGA rallies in Wisconsin on Saturday, a state declared a "red zone" by his own COVID-19 task force.
Thursday, 10.01.2020
Trump Rallying in Wisconsin as COVID Cases Soar
A federal judge postponed the Trump administration’s halt on new downloads of the popular video sharing app just hours before it was to go into effect. But the app’s future hangs in the air.
Monday, 09.28.2020
Judge Blocks Trump TikTok Ban
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state, one of the nation's highest honors.
Friday, 09.25.2020
RBG Makes History One Last Time
Governor Gavin Newsom announces plans to ban new sales of gas vehicles in the state by the year 2035 as the state grapples with the effects of climate change.
Thursday, 09.24.2020
California Hits Brakes on Gas-Powered Cars
A fourth COVID vaccine candidate has entered Phase 3 trials in the U.S. Still, the chances that any vaccine will be cleared by Election Day remains slim — with the FDA set to announce stricter standards for approval.
Wednesday, 09.23.2020
State of Vaccine Race
In previously undisclosed intelligence, the CIA concluded that Russia is actively working to damage Biden's campaign in a bid to help Trump's reelection efforts.
Tuesday, 09.22.2020
CIA Report: Putin At It Again
Watch House Republicans and Democrats debate a resolution that condemns anti-Asian sentiments commonly invoked by *ahem* the president and others.
Thursday, 09.17.2020
House Passes Resolution Condemning Anti-Asian COVID Sentiment
More than six months after the police killing of Breonna Taylor, the city of Louisville has agreed to pay her family $12 million. The record sum has not tempered calls for charging the officers who shot her.
Tuesday, 09.15.2020
Louisville Settles Breonna Taylor Case
Dozens have been killed and dozens more are missing as wildfires rage out of control in the West. Millions of acres have been burned — and we’re only just beginning to see the real impacts of climate change.
Monday, 09.14.2020
Climate Crisis Fans Flames Out West
Wildfires are raging across multiple western states — turning the skies orange and destroying entire towns. The fires, fueled by climate change, are especially destructive this year — and the worst is likely still to come.
Thursday, 09.10.2020
Wildfires Wreck the West
After a new study labeled last month's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally a "superspreader," South Dakota's governor hit back — with an eye on 2024.
Wednesday, 09.09.2020
South Dakota Governor Defends "Superspreader"
From asking Russia to help tilt the election to hiring an Obama look-alike to mistreat, see all the juicy details inside the new memoir from Trump’s former attorney.
Tuesday, 09.08.2020
Michael Cohen’s Tell-All Tome
Trump's Postmaster General is gutting the USPS. How will this affect mail-in voting come November?
Monday, 08.10.2020
Postal Service Slowdown
Here’s what we know so far about the mysterious explosion that shocked Beirut, leaving thousands injured and dozens dead.
Tuesday, 08.04.2020
Massive Explosion Rocks Beirut
At the peak of the pandemic, thousands of Americans died in nursing homes across New York. Today, state lawmakers kicked off their first hearing in an attempt to understand: What went wrong?
Monday, 08.03.2020
Hearing Over NY Nursing Home Deaths
If the Miami Marlins can’t control the spread of coronavirus, could that be a warning sign for schools reopening this fall?
Thursday, 07.30.2020
What Baseball Tells Us About Schools Reopening
Congress passes a bill that creates a commission to address the issues impacting Black men and Black boys. The bill heads to the president next.
Tuesday, 07.28.2020
Historic House Vote on Black Men and Boys
Tensions between the U.S. and China continue to escalate, as both countries accuse each other of using consulates as hubs for espionage.
Friday, 07.24.2020
U.S./China Consulate Controversy in 60 Seconds
Following the lead of protesters, the House of Representatives voted to remove Confederate statues from the Capitol building.
Wednesday, 07.22.2020
Capitol Confederate Statues in 60 Seconds
If Americans really want to honor John Lewis's legacy, it's time to ensure the new voting rights act named after him comes to a vote.
Tuesday, 07.21.2020
John Lewis Voting Rights Act in 60 Seconds
You may soon experience more delays in receiving your mail. Take exactly one minute to find out what's up and why it matters.
Friday, 07.17.2020
Postal Service Delays in 60 Seconds
Moderna says its COVID vaccine looks promising. But how much stock should we put in these trials? Experts explain the timeline ahead.
Wednesday, 07.15.2020
Vaccine Trials In 60 Seconds
Zero deaths in a 24-hour period, an incredible moment for the city that was once the epicenter of the coronavirus. So, how'd they do it?
Monday, 07.13.2020
Big NYC Milestone in 60 Seconds
It's the 16th straight week with new jobless claims topping one million. What's it all mean? Take a minute to find out.
Thursday, 07.09.2020
New Jobless Numbers in 60 Seconds
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