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Why the Democrats Can’t Nail Bill Barr

Why the Democrats Can’t Nail Bill BarrHouse Democrats have been waiting for more than a year to grill Attorney General Bill Barr, a man they’ve accused of all manner of professional misconduct—from repeatedly and inappropriately intervening to protect President Donald Trump to deploying federal agents to incite violence in American cities.Today they finally had their chance, as Barr testified, at long last, before the House Judiciary Committee. For Trump and Barr’s toughest critics, however, it was a frustrating experience. Barr defended the Justice Department’s handling of protests in Portland, Oregon, and other cities—“We’re not out to cause trouble,” he said—and his decision to order a reduction in the sentence that federal prosecutors requested for Trump’s longtime associate Roger Stone (a punishment the president eventually commuted). “The judge agreed with me,” the attorney general insisted, in a rare moment when his voice betrayed annoyance. He denied that there was “systemic racism”…


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Lebanon’s leaders were warned in July that explosives ‘could destroy’ Beirut, repo...

Lebanon’s leaders were warned in July that explosives ‘could destroy’ Beirut, repo…Lebanese security officials who were concerned about the massive stockpile of ammonium nitrate in Beirut’s port had sent a letter to the country’s prime minister and president two weeks before the blast warning that the material “could destroy” the capital city if it exploded, a report says.  ….. Read More.FOX NEWS – World | World News & EventsTue, August 11, 202012 mins ago


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Coronavirus discovered on frozen seafood packaging in China: report

Coronavirus discovered on frozen seafood packaging in China: reportThe novel coronavirus was found on the packaging of frozen seafood shipped from Ecuador to China, according to a report.  ….. Read More.FOX News – Health News | Health & WellnessTue, August 11, 20201 hour ago


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Report: Bill O’Reilly To Host Daily Show For WABC

Report: Bill O’Reilly To Host Daily Show For WABC CNBC reports that Red Apple Media Conservative Talk 770 WABC New York is in the final stages of contract negotiations with Bill O’Reilly to join the station’s daily lineup. CNBC states that the show would debut this fall with O’Reilly’s agent Fred Newman telling the network, “We are in the final stages of a contract and a program should be on in the fall.” Red Apple Media owner John Catsimatidis confirmed the negotiations as well. O’Reilly, the former host of Inside Edition and Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor before exiting in 2017 following numerous sexual harassment complaints, also hosts a daily 15 minute syndicated commentary for Key Networks. He previously hosted the daily talk show “The Radio Factor” for Westwood One from 2002 to 2009 that aired in New York on 710 WOR. The post Report: Bill O’Reilly To Host…


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U.S. nursing homes saw 15% spike in COVID-19 cases in July, report finds

U.S. nursing homes saw 15% spike in COVID-19 cases in July, report findsThe U.S. saw a spike in COVID-19 infections in nursing homes during a one-week period in July, with more than 8,600 new cases, according to a report released Tuesday by the American Health Care Association. ….. Read More.UPI News – Health News | Health & WellnessTue, August 11, 20201 hour ago


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Industrial Hog Farms Are Breeding the Next Pandemic

Industrial Hog Farms Are Breeding the Next PandemicIn March of 2009, people in the rural Mexican village of La Gloria started coming down with a nasty respiratory infection. The town, located in the state of Veracruz, sat 5 miles from an industrial-scale hog farm. Within a few weeks, clusters of this rapidly progressing pneumonia arose among Mexico City residents. Researchers soon identified the bug as a “novel swine flu.” It quickly jumped to the United States and spread worldwide, and in June, the World Health Organization declared a pandemic, the first time it had done so since the deadly avian flu outbreak of 1968. The 2009 swine flu strain didn’t turn out to be as deadly as originally feared. Although indeed novel, it was similar enough to older flu strains that about a third of people over 60—the most vulnerable population—had preexisting antibodies to the virus, helping them shake it off. Even so,…


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