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    BOSTON (CBS) – Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. Many people walk without masks until they see another walker coming toward them. Is it safe for me to walk on the same paths where others have walked unmasked? – Joan Being outdoors provides good ventilation and allows any virus in the air to disperse quickly. I do, however, believe that everyone who is walking anywhere near others, whether it’s on a sidewalk or on a path or in a park, should be wearing...
    Jared KushnerJared Corey Kushner5 takeaways from Israel and UAE opening diplomatic ties Kushner says he met with Kanye West for 'general discussion' about policy The Hill's Campaign Report: Biden, Harris make first public appearance as running mates MORE, President TrumpDonald John TrumpUSPS warns Pennsylvania mail-in ballots may not be delivered in time to be counted Michael Cohen book accuses Trump of corruption, fraud Trump requests mail-in ballot for Florida congressional primary MORE’s son-in-law and a senior adviser in the White House, insisted in an interview Friday that the president was not “promoting” false questions a day earlier about whether Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisHarris to host virtual Hollywood campaign event co-chaired by Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling Democrats hammer Trump for entertaining...
    Joseph Gordon-Levitt Reveals Project Power Used Hardly Any CGI in Scene Where Hes Shot Coronavirus kills two generations of beloved Latino doctors Magic: Mo Bamba out for playoffs, undergoing post-coronavirus evaluation Mo Bamba contracted coronavirus, fell out of shape, recovered, joined the Magic in the bubble then struggled to contribute on the court. © David Sherman/NBAE via Getty Images Now, he’s departing the bubble for good. Magic: MEDICAL UPDATE ON MO BAMBA: pic.twitter.com/dhWlCR1vJF — Orlando Magic PR (@Magic_PR) August 14, 2020 The Magic are huge underdogs in their first-round series against the Bucks. This doesn’t really change the equation. Bamba had already fallen from the rotation, which is now comprised of Nikola Vucevic and Khem Birch at center. But...
    Florida and Texas close in on 10,000 COVID-19 deaths 6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19 include Outback Steakhouse, IHOP and Dennys 5 burning questions heading into UFC 252 One of the greatest trilogies in mixed martial arts history has its final chapter Saturday night when Stipe Miocic defends his heavyweight championship against Daniel Cormier in the main event of UFC 252. © Provided by MMAJunkie Cormier (22-2 MMA, 11-2 UFC), who plans on retiring after the fight, defeated Miocic (19-3 MMA, 13-3 UFC) by first-round knockout in 2018 at UFC 226 to win the heavyweight title at a time when he already held the light heavyweight belt. Miocic regained the championship in a grueling four-round war one...
    Sign up here to get our daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota delivered straight to your inbox each afternoon. And go here to see all of MinnPost’s COVID-19 coverage. University of MinnesotaMichael Osterholm on walking outdoors, staying six feet or more apart: “I don’t believe you have to wear a mask.”It’s August, and you’ve been living amid COVID-19 for five months. You’ve adjusted your work life, your home life and your social life to account for tiny, invisible particles of virus that threaten to sicken you, your family and your friends at any moment. But despite all this rearranging and trying to be responsible — and an ever-growing flood of information about what to do and what not to do...
    Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner raised questions about the point of continued protests and riots, saying, “Obviously Black Live Matter. I think mine does.” Faulkner addressed the issue during a Friday segment of “Outnumbered” on Fox News, saying she had “a lot of questions” about what protesters thought they were accomplishing if they were still out protesting or rioting in the middle of the night after 80 days. (RELATED: ‘It’s A Yes Or No Question’: Harris Faulkner Challenges Marie Harf To Name One Republican-Led City Experiencing Violence Similar To Portland) WATCH: Fox Business host Lisa Kennedy mentioned the continued unrest in Portland, Oregon — which has gone on mostly uninterrupted for over two months — saying that the protests...
    Mask-wearing has become politicized since the coronavirus lockdowns began earlier this year. But here’s the truth: all science, especially public health, is usually messy and our current situation is no exception. This week the debate over where and when to wear a mask became even more politicized. Thursday, in only his second appearance since announcing Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden declared, “Every single American should be wearing a mask when they're outside for the next three months at a minimum.” VideoBiden himself has said science, not politics should influence decisions regarding COVID-19, yet his statement left a coronavirus weary nation with even more questions. KEVIN MCCARTHY TORCHES JOE BIDEN FOR REFUSING...
    Montgomery County, Maryland, is calling into question at least 2,000 recent COVID-19 tests carried out at county-run locations. That’s due to an unknown concern the Maryland Department of Health has with the oral tests produced by AdvaGenix, a genetic testing company based in Rockville that has provided approximately 19,000 tests in the last two months. The county is also shutting down seven scheduled testing locations through at least next Friday, and asking residents who had an AdvaGenix test in the last two weeks to consider getting retested. The county is waiting for clearer information from the state, and WTOP’s efforts to reach AdvaGenix so far, in an effort to learn of the state’s specific concerns, have been unsuccessful. More Coronavirus...
    During Friday’s episode of General Hospital, spoilers detail that Maxie Jones will wonder what has Lucy Coe on edge. People are gathering at Wyndemere for the unveiling of Ava Jerome’s portrait, and it sounds as if viewers can expect some juicy developments during this event. In addition, Dr. Terry Randolph will be popping up and she’ll apparently be curious to know more about mob boss Cyrus Renault. The sneak peek shared via Twitter shows that Maxie and Peter August will be together as the Wyndemere event gets going. General Hospital teasers suggest that Lucy will be acting perhaps more flighty than ever because Maxie will suspect that her Deception partner is trying to hide something. Of course, as viewers know,...
    Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) criticized presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for avoiding questions on his national mask mandate proposal. According to the California Republican, if Biden were president, there would still be a discussion about halting flights from China to mitigate the spread of the virus. “The one thing we should say is if Joe Biden was president, we’d still be debating whether planes from China should be coming to America instead of discussing the six vaccines we have about ready to go through BARDA or the more than 600 therapeutics we have about to come online,” he said. “That’s the fundamental difference.” “Joe Biden doesn’t want to take...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., on Friday slammed presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden for not fielding questions about his call for a mask mandate or other questions about the coronavirus pandemic and called into question what his response would have been.  "Thats the fundamental difference, Joe Biden doesnt want to take the questions," McCarthy told Fox News "Fox & Friends," while touting the "six vaccines and more than 6,000 therapeutics" that have been developed or are under development under President Donald Trumps administration. "If Joe Biden was president, wed still be debating whether planes from China should be coming to America," McCarthy he also said.   Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., held their second joint virtual campaign...
    Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden can’t take tough questions from the media, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Friday, highlighting Biden's latest decision to skip out of a televised event without answering reporters. “If Joe Biden was president, we’d still be debating whether planes from China should be coming to America," McCarthy told “Fox & Friends,” touting the promising developments with "six vaccines and more than 6,000 therapeutics" for COVID-19. "That’s the fundamental difference, Joe Biden doesn’t want to take the questions." ABC'S GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS SAYS KAMALA HARRIS IS FROM 'MIDDLE OF THE ROAD, MODERATE WING' OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY Despite positive coverage of the Biden-Harris rollout from the mainstream media, the Democratic candidates are now facing backlash for not taking questions from the press....
    Returning to the 49ers’ practice field after 6 1/2 months away will be a welcome sight. Here are the 10 questions I will inspect closest – while social distancing, of course — once granted access to this weekend’s start of team drills: 1. The COVID-19 impact: The 49ers’ safety measures have appeared effective, so in this next phase, how might that look on the practice field? Specifically, will coach Kyle Shanahan and his assistants be wearing protective masks, will players don face shields inside their helmets and will position groups be broken up to reflect a pod-like mentality? 2. Kittle’s understudies: Now that George Kittle has landed a record-setting contract extension to reflect his worth to the 49ers’ system, who will complement...
    SAN ANTONIO – During a Q&A on Thursday, Dr. Ruth Berggren, an infectious disease specialist from UT Health San Antonio’s Long School of Medicine, answered questions submitted by viewers.Can a face shield be worn instead of a face mask?“You’re worse off just wearing a face shield. So, if you’re going to use it at all, it needs to be in addition to a good face mask, which has to have the nice snug fit here alongside your cheeks,” Berggren said. She says face masks act as a barrier to “catch some of the big droplets that are coming at you if somebody sneezes.”Will the COVID-19 vaccine cause bad side effects?There are more than 100 COVID-19 vaccines being studied right now....
    “I heard today that Kamala Harris would not qualify for running for vice-president,” he insinuated during a press conference at the White House. Kamala Harris is the daughter of an Indian mother and a Jamaican father. She was mostly born in the city of Oakland, which automatically gives her American citizenship. The Democratic Party reacted immediately, saying it was “not surprised” by Donald Trump’s insinuations. “What surprises us, however, is that it happens so quickly after his appointment,” Democrats added on .. Donald Trump had already contested for years the American nationality of Barack Obama, supporting false theories according to which he was born in Kenya. Obama ended up making his birth certificate public in 2011. An American president...
    Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump spent years pushing lies about the birthplace and presidential eligibility of President Barack Obama, the first Black president.On Thursday, he started floating a new birther lie about Sen. Kamala Harris, who, if elected, would be the first Black and Asian American vice president. Trump's incendiary nonsense about Harris was part of a Thursday self-described "news conference" he largely used to campaign against his Democratic election opponents. Trump also made a series of false claims about former Vice President Joe Biden, Democrats more broadly, and, again, about mail-in voting. Kamala Harris's eligibility Trump was told about claims on "social media" that Harris might be ineligible to serve as president and vice president. He was then asked if...
    Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Aug 13 2020 Crucial knowledge gaps exist in our knowledge of how ocean microplastics transport microbes and viruses – and irrespective of whether this affects the wellbeing of humans and animals, researchers say. With millions of tons of plastic achieving the world’s oceans every single yr – and trillions of particles floating on the floor – the potential impacts of plastic pollution are wide. Plastic particles are regarded to have certain mixtures of metals, pollutants and pathogens (micro organism, viruses and other microorganisms that can induce ailment). But the new study, by the University of Exeter and the Centre for Atmosphere, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas), states important questions keep on being about the purpose of...
    By MARINA VILLENEUVE, Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York’s health agency is walking back a recent statement by the state’s top health official, who had cast doubt on reports from nurses about dire shortages of protective gear at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in late March and early April. State health commissioner Howard Zucker said this week that he spoke to hospital administrators, nurses and physicians amid the pandemic, and said he was told “they have the PPE,” referring to personal protective equipment. “Just because something is reported doesn’t mean those are the facts of what is actually happening,” Zucker said at a Wednesday legislative hearing. “I can tell you that in those conversations with those physicians...
    President Donald Trump gave a meandering rebuttal to Joe Biden's call for Americans to wear masks for the next three months to combat the spread of coronavirus.  At the top of Thursday's briefing, Trump attacked Biden for politicizing the pandemic, ignoring science and forcing Americans into their basements.  'Americans must have their freedoms,' Trump announced.  President Donald Trump gave a meandering rebuttal from the White House podium to Joe Biden's call for Americans to wear masks for the next three months to stop the spread of the coronavirus  Trump accused Biden of politicizing the pandemic, taking away Americans' freedoms, trying to lock them in basements and he said Biden's immigration policy would flood the country with more coronavirus cases ...
    Republicans at the Illinois statehouse demanding oversight through public hearings on the impacts of COVID-19 aren’t being echoed by the Democratic majority. A Senate Transportation committee Thursday will be virtual and available online at ILGA.gov. That’s the website where such public committee meetings are posted in advance with the opportunity for the public to enter witness slips into the official record for their opinions on issues. Outside of a recent Legislative Audit Commission hearing and the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules monthly meetings, Thursday’s Senate Transportation Committee hearing is the first subject matter hearing any legislative committee has had all pandemic. The Transportation Committee isn’t dealing with corruption issues involving redlight cameras, though, an issue that was...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. My husband and I plan to be the first in line for a new coronavirus vaccine but my step-son is an anti-vaxxer. Will we have to continue to stay away from him after we are vaccinated? – Jean We just don’t know how effective these vaccines in development will be but they probably won’t be 100% effective, meaning that you could still catch the virus even after you’ve been vaccinated. The good news is...
    President Donald Trump fired back at Joe Bidens call for a national face mask mandate, saying his campaign opponent is "politicizing the pandemic" and does not understand law and executive authority. "If the president has the unilateral power to order every single citizen to cover their face in nearly all instances, what other powers does he have?" Trump told reporters during the daily press briefing Thursday. "Thats why he refused, Biden, to take questions. He couldnt answer any of them. He never takes questions. "I take questions, he never takes questions. And you sort of wonder whats going on because they are not that difficult." Biden and Kamala Harris made recommendations for a national face mask mandate, but Trump stressed the...
    ELIZABETHTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — The 911 call from a white, off-duty police officer around the height of the George Floyd protests in early June sounded ominous: A group of Black youths had menaced him outside his upstate New York getaway, he said, sparking an exchange of gunfire between the officer and a member of the group. What responding State Police troopers discovered caused the officer’s story to start unraveling. First, he was reportedly found asleep inside the camp home in Elizabethtown, located in the largely white Adirondacks region, after a night of heavy drinking. And, though he had indeed fired his weapon, there was no evidence anyone had fired at him. Weeks later, what authorities think actually happened in the...
    Despite positive coverage of the Biden-Harris rollout from the mainstream media, the Democratic candidates are now facing backlash for not taking questions from the press. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris held the first joint virtual campaign event on Thursday since the California senator officially made her debut as the former VP's running mate the day prior. However, reporters who were present at the event were eventually shooed away by campaign staffers. Journalists and commentators on both sides of the aisle offered a rare, unified condemnation of the candidates evading questions going into their second day as a ticket. "To be expected for the roll-out. But this is not a show of confidence on day two," New York Times political correspondent Jonathan...
    Joe Biden announced Thursday that he believed Americans should be wearing masks outside their homes until after the November presidential election to blunt the death toll of the coronavirus.   'Every single American should be wearing a mask when they're outside for the next three months, at a minimum,' Biden said during brief remarks in Wilmington, Delaware. 'Every governor should mandate mask-wearing.'  His new running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, chimed in saying, 'That is what real leadership looks like, we just witnessed real leadership' - though neither Democrat took reporters' questions at the event.    The presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden (right) announced Thursday that he believed there should be a nationwide mask mandate for the next three months to save...
    Fox New’s Dana Perino and Ari Fleischer questioned Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s “mask mandate” following his campaign event with vice presidential pick Kamala Harris and faulted him for fleeing without taking questions. During the Thursday event in Delaware, the pair called for a national mask mandate as the coronavirus outbreak continues to sweep through the nation. Both Fleischer and Perino were confused by the mandate, arguing that Biden was vague regarding when one would be required to wear a mask, and questioning whether masks would be required in one’s home (a mandate which no nation on earth currently has). “I’ve always said wearing a mask is a good idea,” Fleischer said before bashing the mandate. “Nationwide mask mandate, what does that...
    The 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star proudly showed that her youngest daughter gets it from her mama. Lisa Rinna is clapping back after a tense conversation with her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star Garcelle Beauvais aired on the Bravo reality show. In a new video shared with her 2.5 million Instagram followers, the RHOBH star issued a response to the newcomer after a tense talk about teen body image issues while the cast was in Rome. In the clip, Rinna’s daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin, 19, was shown dancing while shaking a pair of tambourines to the Stevie Nicks song, “Edge of Seventeen.” The young model was all smiles as she danced around the Hamlin family kitchen while wearing...
    SAN ANTONIO – With the start of school only days away, teachers and faculty at San Antonio-area schools have been hard at work preparing for the upcoming school year. And with the COVID-19 pandemic throwing a curveball into this year’s preparations, school districts are doing more than ever to try and keep students and the community safe. KSAT spoke to teachers at elementary schools from the North East Independent School District and the Northside Independent School District to see how things were progressing and find out what their expectations are for the new school year. Anna Nicolai-Knopf, principal of Jackson-Keller Elementary School, said she hopes that parents support the culture of both traditional and virtual learning. She said that with...
    Rummenigge angry as police probe Bayern academy racism claims 15 Best Costco Finds Under $10 Questions to ask before buying a vacation home If you're weighing the pros and cons of buying a vacation home, you're not alone. As of May 2020, second-home buyers and investors accounted for 14 percent of home sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. Before you move forward with plans to buy a vacation home, here are some of the major implications to consider. © Mark Winfrey/Shutterstock Questions to ask before buying a vacation home Should I buy a vacation home?The easy answer is yes - after all, who wouldn't love the chance to own a place to escape the worries of a...
    Allegations that the UMass College Democrats orchestrated a scandal to sink Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse’s Congressional run were aired in a recent investigation by The Intercept. Was this whole thing a “honey trap”? Text conversations between Morse and a member of the College Dems were revealed by the news publication Thursday, Aug. 13. The texts appear to show intent among club members to set Morse up for a fall. Morse is accused of "inappropriate" relationships with university students while a professor there. No complaints about Morse have been filed with the university, said the mayor. No one has come forward to contradict this assertion and specific charges have not been levied. Questions about whether the scandal is connected to incumbent...
    Allegations that the UMass College Democrats orchestrated a scandal to sink Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse’s Congressional run were aired in a recent investigation by The Intercept. Was this whole thing a “honey trap”? Text conversations between Morse and a member of the College Dems were revealed by the news publication Thursday, Aug. 13. The texts appear to show intent among club members to set Morse up for a fall. Morse is accused of "inappropriate" relationships with university students while a professor there. No complaints about Morse have been filed with the university, said the mayor. No one has come forward to contradict this assertion and specific charges have not been levied. Questions about whether the scandal is connected to incumbent...
    By MARY ESCH and TOM HAYS, Associated Press ELIZABETHTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — The 911 call from a white, off-duty police officer around the height of the George Floyd protests in early June sounded ominous: A group of Black youths had menaced him outside his upstate New York getaway, he said, sparking an exchange of gunfire between the officer and a member of the group. What responding State Police troopers discovered caused the officer’s story to start unraveling. First, he was reportedly found asleep inside the camp home in Elizabethtown, located in the largely white Adirondacks region, after a night of heavy drinking. And, though he had indeed fired his weapon, there was no evidence anyone had fired at him. Weeks...
    ELIZABETHTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — The 911 call from a white, off-duty police officer around the height of the George Floyd protests in early June sounded ominous: A group of Black youths had menaced him outside his upstate New York getaway, he said, sparking an exchange of gunfire between the officer and a member of the group. What responding State Police troopers discovered caused the officer’s story to start unraveling. First, he was reportedly found asleep inside the camp home in Elizabethtown, located in the largely white Adirondacks region, after a night of heavy drinking. And, though he had indeed fired his weapon, there was no evidence anyone had fired at him. Weeks later, what authorities think actually happened in the...
    With one-third of the season in the books, the San Francisco Giants have already played nearly half of their road games. The Giants became road warriors over the last two weeks, traveling to Coors Field, Dodger Stadium and MinuteMaid Park for a 10-game trip that left the team exhausted, depleted and in sole possession of last place in the National League West. At 8-12, it’s hard to consider the Giants legitimate threats to steal a playoff berth, but it does appear the most challenging part of the team’s schedule is in the rearview mirror. Gabe Kapler’s team returns home for a tough three-game set against the Oakland A’s that begins Friday, but the Giants will play 24 of their final...
    WASHINGTON - Even before last week's intelligence assessment on foreign election interference, Republican Sen. Ron Johnson was facing criticism from Democrats that his investigation of presidential candidate Joe Biden and Ukraine was politically motivated and advancing Russian interests. But the stark warning that Russia is working to denigrate the Democratic presidential candidate adds to questions about the probe by Johnson's Senate committee and whether it is mimicking, even indirectly, Russian efforts and amplifying its propaganda. The investigation is unfolding as the country, months removed from an impeachment case that had centered on Ukraine, is dealing with a pandemic and confronting the issue of racial injustice. Yet allegations about Biden and Ukraine remain a popular topic in conservative circles, pushed...
    Sometimes cats engage in puzzling behavior that's hard to understand. Shutterstock Insider asked veterinarians some common questions people have about cats.  Male cats aren't necessarily friendlier than female cats. Cats can't actually tell when someone's pregnant, nor can they sense when someone's allergic to them.  It's possible to train a cat to use a toilet, though there are many drawbacks to doing so. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Whether you own a cat or not, there are probably a few things you've always wondered about them.  And so, Insider spoke with veterinarians to get answers to a few common cat questions that you might have.
    Former Vice President Joe Biden finally came out of the basement Wednesday. It was almost like a groundhog sighting, signifying less than 12 more weeks of campaign insanity. Speaking to reporters and a TV audience at a high school gym near his home in Wilmington, Del., Biden introduced his vice-presidential running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., in a socially distant announcement. But Biden and Harris weren’t just socially distant from each other. They were socially distant from news media. Each candidate read a canned speech with all the vigor of a linoleum salesperson. Then they exited — stage right. HANNITY CLAIMS BIDEN PICKED HARRIS AS RUNNING MATE BECAUSE SHE'S 'A FAVORITE OF THE RADICAL FAR-LEFT' To no one’s surprised, the...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Even before last week’s intelligence assessment on foreign election interference, Republican Sen. Ron Johnson was facing criticism from Democrats that his investigation of presidential candidate Joe Biden and Ukraine was politically motivated and advancing Russian interests. But the stark warning that Russia is working to denigrate the Democratic presidential candidate adds to questions about the probe by Johnson’s Senate committee and whether it is mimicking, even indirectly, Russian efforts and amplifying its propaganda. The investigation is unfolding as the country, months removed from an impeachment case that had centered on Ukraine, is dealing with a pandemic and confronting the issue of racial injustice. Yet allegations about Biden and Ukraine remain a popular topic in conservative circles, pushed...
    By ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Even before last week's intelligence assessment on foreign election interference, Republican Sen. Ron Johnson was facing criticism from Democrats that his investigation of presidential candidate Joe Biden and Ukraine was politically motivated and advancing Russian interests. But the stark warning that Russia is working to denigrate the Democratic presidential candidate adds to questions about the probe by Johnson's Senate committee and whether it is mimicking, even indirectly, Russian efforts and amplifying its propaganda. The investigation is unfolding as the country, months removed from an impeachment case that had centered on Ukraine, is dealing with a pandemic and confronting the issue of racial injustice. Yet allegations about Biden and Ukraine remain a popular...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Illinois Department of Public Health addressed many questions that parents, students and staff have about returning to school in the coming weeks.IDPH released an FAQ document available online to clarify their policies regarding the COVID-19 safety procedure.If a student is sent home sick with even suspected COVID-19 symptoms, all of their sibling and household members will be sent home as well to quarantine for 14 days.RELATED: Illinois school district says no pajamas, hats for online classes amid coronavirus pandemicStudents with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will be sent home, IDPH said.Face masks will be required for returning to school.Cloth face masks must be laundered daily and dried in a dryer before they can be...
    Britney Spears and Sam Asghari’s Relationship Timeline The 10 Best Housing Markets for Growth and Stability Exclusive: Brooks Koepka answers our questions — did his comments on DJ backfire? Brooks Koepka drew a lot of attention Sunday at the PGA Championship, and not only because he entered the final round just two strokes off the lead in his bid for a third straight Wanamaker Trophy. © Provided by Golfweek The four-time major winner drew fire for a comment he made in a post-round interview Saturday night that was widely interpreted as dismissive of his one-time friend and one-time major winner Dustin Johnson, who was leading the tournament, and of other players near the top of the leaderboard. “A lot...
    MUNSTER, Ind. (WLS) -- Socially distant classrooms, assigned seats for lunch, masks on all day save for eating and drinking in the school: This is the new normal for in-person class in Munster."Just to wear this mask all day is going to be something that you're not used to doing," said School Town of Munster Superintendent Dr. Jeff Hendrix.Hendrix said his district has been planning for students to return back into the classroom since March."We've talked to parents. We realize we can't eliminate this, but we're going to try to get it to the point where the risk is minimal," he said.Desks will be spread apart and there will be a mandatory two week home quarantines and e-learning if students...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. Why have we not mentioned putting a stop to blowing out birthday candles? Why is it okay to more or less spit on a cake and then share it? – Joyce, Facebook It’s not so much the spittle that may land on a cake when blowing out birthday candles that put you at risk, but the respiratory droplets that could be blown out into the air by the birthday girl or boy. So if...
    President Donald Trump doesn’t like being challenged by any media figures, even if they are conservative white males like Fox News’ Chris Wallace or The Bulwark’s Bill Kristol. But female reporters, in particular, seem to rattle Trump, as journalist Jack Shafer argues in an op-ed published in Politico this week. Shafer describes a pattern, explaining, “It starts with a reporter, usually a female reporter, asking President Donald Trump hard, tenacious questions at a news conference. Trump’s jaw seizes up, rattled and dumbfounded by the questions that he can’t or won’t answer. He abruptly ends the presser by saying, ‘Thank you very much’ and stalking out of the room.” Shafer cites some specific examples and notes that Trump abruptly ended press...
    The mainstream media has largely avoided coverage of Joe Biden’s health and fitness for office, but previous Republican presidential candidates such as Ronald Reagan, John McCain and Donald Trump didn’t receive a pass from the liberal press on the sensitive-but-crucial topic. “It’s all fair game,” Fox News contributor Dan Bongino said. "Asking the potential president of the United States to demonstrate to voters that he has the cognitive capacity to do one of the most stressful jobs in the world, isn’t an outrageous ask.” Joe Biden has managed to avoid much of the scrutiny about health and fitness for office that previous candidates such as Ronald Reagan and John McCain faced. However, the mainstream media has essentially treated Biden’s health and fitness for office as off-limits. CNN’S BRIAN STELTER CALLED OUT OVER...
    A lot of us have the itch to travel, but you may be wondering whether it's safe.Now, the New York Times wants to help you make that judgement call with an online questionnaire.The Times just shared an online tool to help you decide if you should travel.RELATED: Southwest Airlines to reduce COVID-19 sanitizing efforts between flightsYou click through a series of questions, then it gives advice.Some of those questions include: Are you flying with children? Are you part of a vulnerable population? Why are you traveling? For pleasure, or out of necessity? Even if you get the virtual go-ahead, the New York Times asks you to consider the health of those you may come in contact with during and after...
    Roger Sollenberger August 12, 2020 11:34AM (UTC) A super PAC officially endorsed by President Trump's campaign has launched a conservative "news" site, and some of its content raises questions about possible violations of regulations that bar coordination between campaigns and political organizations. The site, first identified as an America First entity by The Daily Beast's Lachlan Markay, is called the American Herald, and its pro-Trump content has been packaged and promoted by the official campaign as if it were an independent outlet. The Herald's domain was registered on July 31, 2019, but the site appears to have launched in late June, and its "about" page self-identifies as "a conservative news platform designed to bring you all the news the liberal media doesn't want you to know." : "We commit to cover national issues that impact all Americans, not...
    By Andy Sullivan and Heather Timmons WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A shakeup of the U.S. Postal Service is leading to mail delays, union officials said on Tuesday, heightening concerns that an ally of President Donald Trump is destabilizing the service as millions of Americans consider whether to cast their ballots by mail in the Nov. 3 presidential election. New Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, who has donated $2.7 million to Trump and his fellow Republicans since 2017, has ordered operational changes and a clampdown on overtime in a bid to fix the financially troubled service, which reported a net loss of $2.2 billion in the last quarter. The reorganization, introduced in July, has resulted in thousands of delayed letters in southern Maine,...
    Do you have questions or concerns about the Census? Don’t worry, Telemundo joins NALEO this Thursday, August 13, in conducting a call bank, where viewers and users can ask questions about the count. NALEO is the National Association of Latino Elected Officials. Those interested in calling can do so at 1-877-EL CENSO (1-877-352-3676) and someone will answer all questions about the 2020 Census. The call bank is held this Thursday from 8 am to 10 pm ET and has volunteers who respond in English and Spanish. The 2020 Census has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, although millions of people have already been contacted by mail with a password to respond online to the Census questions on the...
    Indiana coach Tom Allen was heartbroken. Kansas State’s Chris Klieman doesn’t know if he will be, too, eventually, but said he wants to keep his players on campus. Across the country, the looming collapse of the college football season is beginning to hit home for coaches who have scrambled to pull a season together through a pandemic. The Big Ten and Pac-12 became the first Power Five conferences to cancel their fall football seasons because of concerns about COVID-19. The Big Ten said it hopes to compete in the spring, and the Pac-12 pushed even basketball back to Jan. 1. “My heart breaks for our players. I couldn’t be prouder of the commitment and focus they have demonstrated...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. “I have not hugged my son, daughter-in-law, and grandson since February. I am 66 and my husband is 81. When will it be safe to do so?” -Nancy  There is always a risk hugging family members that you don’t live with. But now that testing is more widely available, perhaps you and your family could get tested so that if you really need to spend time together, you can feel more comfortable doing so....
    Kim Kardashian participated in a number of social media posts over the past few days that suggests she may not be bothered by the growing backlash over Kanye West’s admitted “spoiler” presidential campaign or allegations that Republican and pro-Trump operatives may have committed election fraud on her husband’s behalf. “Chillin,” Kardashian captioned a photo she posted to Instagram Monday. The photo showed the reality TV star and Skims underwear designer lounging in what appears to be a walk-in closet displaying shelves of luxury shoes and purses. On Friday, Kardashian was heard laughing in a video of her husband, dancing with their oldest daughter North West. The video, filmed by Kardashian, was posted to West’s Twitter account. IT’S FRI-YE-YE!!! pic.twitter.com/Yh6j5bearq —...
    Royal expert Penny Junor has questioned whether Harry and Meghan 'colluded' with the Finding Freedom authors and says the couple would have 'kicked up a fuss' about the book had they not been involved. The controversial biography written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand was released today and raised eyebrows for its gushing praise and intimate knowledge of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Ms Junor, author of Prince Harry: Brother, Soldier, Son, Husband, told MailOnline: 'The authors have some extraordinarily personal and private details about Harry and Meghan, but the couple have said they didn't speak to them directly and we have to take their word for it. 'What seems absolutely clear, however, is that they colluded. If not, they...
    President Trump said that some men might be "insulted" by Joe Biden's decision to limit his vice-presidential pool to only women. Trump told Outkick the Coverage on Tuesday that he believes Biden made a mistake by vowing to choose a woman early in his campaign. He said he "roped himself" into a narrow candidate field by limiting his search based on gender. "I think that I would be inclined to go a different route than what he's done, you know, doing it the way he's done. First of all, he roped himself into a certain group of people, which is fine. He said that [he would pick a woman.] Some people would say that men are insulted by that,...
    New York Yankees: Yankee pitching questions and find out the latest moves to improve their outlook By: William Parlee August 11, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Yankees: Things are looking up for James Paxton ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Yankees are coming off a 2-5 road stand.  Not where the Yankees wanted to be with 25% of the season played.  They started out very hot, losing only one of their first eight games.  But since then their fortunes have changed.  They have had too many pitchers not pitching to their abilities, and now they have lost Tommy Kahnle for the season (Tommy John surgery) and Giancarlo Stanton to a grade one hamstring injury. Tonight they will...
    During Tuesday’s episode of General Hospital, spoilers indicate that Ned Quartermaine will be scrambling over what seem to be developments related to ELQ. He has known for some time now that a mystery person was making moves that could lead to a hostile takeover of the family company. Now, it looks like he’s going to learn some key details regarding this effort and be in something of a panic. The General Hospital sneak peek shared via Twitter shows a hint of what’s ahead. Michael will confront Ned and ask him what is going on, surely referencing concerns over ELQ. When the Wiley bombshell dropped, Michael stepped back as the CEO of the organization. Now, however, it seems he will have...
    Mike Trout has hit almost everything out of the park since becoming a dad 15 Things to Do with a Can of Baked Beans How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © fizkes / Shutterstock.com 5 Interview Questions to Expect During the Pandemic — and What to Ask Employers This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.com. No matter why you’re looking for a new job, job hunting during the coronavirus pandemic is unique. Instead of...
    College football must face the prospect of a rarely observed catastrophe ahead of the 2020 season: that there might not be a season at all. The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the U.S. has forced college football decision-makers into a previously unthinkable choice: Whether to play this fall, or postpone the season. Those looming choices have reached a fever pitch in recent days, with both the Mountain West and Mid-American conferences announcing they would cancel their respective fall seasons in favor of a spring campaign. The spotlight now rests on the biggest of college football’s power brokers: the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC, though they are hardly the only conferences that have difficult choices to...
    Over 800 told to quarantine in Ga. school district This number shows a stunning reversal in the chances of Main Streets survival Hertz sold $29 million in stock despite SEC questions Hertz did raise millions of dollars through stock sales after its bankruptcy filing, after all. © David Zalubowski/AP Rental vehicles are parked outside a closed Hertz car rental office Saturday, May 23, 2020, in south Denver. The cash-strapped car rental company had said it would stop the stock sale after the Securities and Exchange Commission had raised questions about the deal. But apparently it did sell some shares before the SEC took action. Load Error It's been quite a back-and-forth deal. When Hertz filed for bankruptcy...
    The Ashford family will be navigating some major tensions during Tuesday’s episode of General Hospital. Spoilers indicate that mobster Cyrus Renault will be the catalyst for all of this and it appears that he may remain relatively amused by the impact he is having on this family. Jordan thought she could end her uneasy alliance with Cyrus after ensuring he was released from Pentonville. Unfortunately, he isn’t done with her yet. He pressured her to make a public statement that would improve his quest to financially support General Hospital and this public declaration naturally raised some eyebrows. The sneak peek shared via Twitter revealed that TJ will waste little time in asking his mother about what she said. He will...
    Moscow (CNN)Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the approval of a coronavirus vaccine for use on Tuesday, claiming it as a "world first," amid continued concern and unanswered questions over its safety and effectiveness. "A vaccine against coronavirus has been registered for the first time in the world this morning," Putin said on state TV, adding: "I know that it works quite effectively, it forms a stable immunity."The vaccine -- developed by the Moscow-based Gamaleya Institute -- has yet to go through crucial Phase 3 trials where it would be administered to thousands of people. Putin added that one of his daughters had already taken it; he said she had a slightly higher temperature after each dose, but that: "Now she...
    This multiple choice geography quiz is designed for children - but it promises to put even the brightest adult minds to the test.  The 25-question challenge, created by Terry Stein for US-based trivia website Playbuzz, is said to have been made with young minds in mind but is so difficult that just 3 per cent of adults are able to score full marks.   Featuring predominately questions about places in Europe, the creator said most people are unable to answer at least 22 questions correctly.  So, how many do you know? Scroll down to take the test and check your answers at the bottom.   The internet has been stumped by a Playbuzz quiz on the world's capital cities (file image)  RELATED...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- We are committed to getting you the information you need as students head back to school.On Thursday, Aug. 6 ABC7 hosted a town hall: "Back to School: Answers Parents Need to Know."Experts on the panel included local teachers and school administrators, specialists in children's health and the head of the Los Angeles teachers union.You can continue to share your experiences or submit a question through the form below.
    QUESTION: I get post-nasal drip. I was told it might be caused by acid reflux, but I don't have the classic symptoms. What else could be causing it? Stephen Pearson, by email. ANSWER: Post-nasal drip (clinically, known as chronic rhinitis) is where mucus accumulates in the nose and drips down the throat, causing a sensation of excess fluid. Other symptoms include nasal discharge, a blocked or stuffy nose, sneezing, coughing and, in some instances, loss of smell. While acid reflux (where stomach acid rises up the oesophagus) can cause this, I think there is another, much more common, explanation here: in 90 per cent of cases, the cause is allergy.  Post-nasal drip is where mucus accumulates in the nose...
    BEDMINSTER, N.J. -- President Donald Trump's end run around Congress on coronavirus relief is raising questions about whether it would give Americans the economic lifeline he claims and appears certain to face legal challenges. Democrats called it a pre-election ploy that would burden cash-strapped states."When you look at those executive orders ... the kindest thing I could say is he doesn't know what he's talking about or something's wrong there," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. "To characterize them as even accomplishing what they set out to do, as something that will take the place of an agreement, is just not so."After negotiations with lawmakers on the next package of pandemic economic assistance hit a wall, Trump used what he said...
    BEDMINSTER, N.J. -- President Donald Trump's end run around Congress on coronavirus relief is raising questions about whether it would give Americans the economic lifeline he claims and appears certain to face legal challenges. Democrats called it a pre-election ploy that would burden cash-strapped states."When you look at those executive orders ... the kindest thing I could say is he doesn't know what he's talking about or something's wrong there," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. "To characterize them as even accomplishing what they set out to do, as something that will take the place of an agreement, is just not so."After negotiations with lawmakers on the next package of pandemic economic assistance hit a wall, Trump used what he said...
    Consumers are less confident about housing, but searches for these topics are soaring Tiny Teardrop Trailers: Made in the USA How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Beat The Heat With This $89 Mini AC Unit Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/20 SLIDES © Lawrence Lawry Halloween may look a little different this year, but no matter...
    Actor D. L. Hughley has weighed in on the well-being of Kanye West, saying that while he believes the rapper has clear issues, he has accused him of being 'conveniently mentally ill.'  West, 43, first acknowledged his bipolar disorder in 2018, a condition that is associated with episodes of mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs and can be controlled with medication. The rapper's wife Kim Kardashian West hinted last month that his struggle with bipolar was to blame for his recent erratic behavior, that has seen him embark on an unlikely bid for presidency and get emotional at his first campaign rally in South Carolina while discussing abortion.  Speaking out: Actor D. L. Hughley has accused Kanye...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. “My dentist had me rinse with povidone-iodine before my cleaning. Does it really kill COVID-19?” –Drew Researchers at the University of Connecticut found that rinsing with a dilute solution of povidone-iodine could inactivate the coronavirus in as little as 15 seconds and might be a way to reduce the risk of transmission to providers, like dentists, who work in people’s mouths. But remember, this is not something that people should attempt at home to...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump suggests some states may 'pay nothing' as part of unemployment plan Trump denies White House asked about adding him to Mount Rushmore Trump, US face pivotal UN vote on Iran MORE's legal team on Monday questioned the Manhattan district attorney's suggestion last week that it is pursuing a broad investigation into "possibly extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization." In their latest court filing challenging a subpoena for the president's tax returns, Trump's lawyers pushed back after the New York prosecutor last week cited a trio of news articles detailing alleged fraud at Trump's businesses as a justification for the investigation. Trump is arguing that the subpoena is overly broad and intended to illegally...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Our 7 On Your Side team gets a lot of questions about the California EDD and filing for unemployment - especially amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.We've compiled some of our most commonly asked questions about filing for unemployment benefits, PUA, long wait times and error messages.RELATED: This woman got through EDD's helpline, here are her tipsTake a look at the interactive experience below to get your EDD questions answered.App users: For a better experience, click here to view the full map in a new windowIf you have a question or comment about the coronavirus pandemic, submit yours via the form below or here.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic hereRELATED STORIES...
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    The Trump administration has escalated its threats to ban Chinese social media apps TikTok and WeChat within the US, issuing executive orders last week sanctioning them. The orders will ban “transactions” between US entities and the parent companies of TikTok and WeChat (respectively ByteDance and Tencent). They leave a lot of unanswered questions, but they’re a threatening development for the companies, thanks to presidents’ broad sanctions powers. On August 6th, Trump declared TikTok and WeChat a “national emergency” because of real — but also politically convenient — privacy and security concerns. He invoked the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), which lets him ban transactions between US and foreign entities. This requires less evidence of wrongdoing than putting ByteDance on...
    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran shut down a newspaper on Monday after it published remarks by an expert who said the official figures on coronavirus cases and deaths in the country account for only 5% of the real toll, allegations rejected by the Health Ministry. Mohammad Reza Sadi, the editor-in-chief of Jahane Sanat, told the official IRNA news agency that authorities closed his newspaper, which began publishing in 2004 and was mainly focused on business news. On Sunday, the daily quoted Mohammad Reza Mahboobfar, an epidemiologist the paper said had worked on the government’s anti-coronavirus campaign, as saying the true number of cases and deaths in Iran could be 20 times the number reported by the Health Ministry. He also...
    There are still many unanswered questions surrounding Jeffrey Epstein's death one year after he was found unconscious in his New York City jail cell, forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden said on “Fox & Friends” on Monday. Baden, the pathologist hired by Epstein's brother to investigate his death, has maintained that he doesn’t believe the disgraced financier died by suicide despite the official ruling that he had killed himself. Speaking on the one-year anniversary of the sex offender’s death in federal custody, Baden, a former New York City medical examiner who has worked on high-profile cases during a five-decade medical career, outlined some of the questions that remain unanswered. MAHER, BEGALA CLASH ON CLINTON'S ALLEGED VISIT TO EPSTEIN'S 'SEX ISLAND': 'LOOK, IT'S POSSIBLE! Host...
    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran shut down a newspaper on Monday after it published remarks by an expert who said the official figures on coronavirus cases and deaths in the country account for only 5% of the real toll. Mohammad Reza Sadi, the editor-in-chief of Jahane Sanat, told the official IRNA news agency that authorities closed his newspaper, which began publishing in 2004 and was mainly focused on business news. On Sunday, the daily quoted Mohammad Reza Mahboobfar, an epidemiologist the paper said had worked on the government's anti-coronavirus campaign, as saying the true number of cases and deaths in Iran could be 20 times the number reported by the Health Ministry. He also said the virus was detected in...
    By BASSEM MROUE, Associated Press BEIRUT (AP) — A Lebanese judge on Monday began questioning the heads of the country’s security agencies over last week’s devastating blast in Beirut as another Cabinet minister resigned in protest. The Cabinet was scheduled to convene later Monday, amid speculation that the government could resign en masse. Or, if four more ministers resign, the Cabinet would collapse, consigning it to caretaker status until a new one is formed. The massive blast on Aug. 4 has brought a new wave of public outrage at the government and Lebanon’s long entrenched ruling class. Protests were planned outside the government headquarters to coincide with the Cabinet meeting after large demonstrations over the weekend that saw clashes with...
    BEIRUT (AP) — A Lebanese judge on Monday began questioning the heads of the country’s security agencies over last week’s devastating blast in Beirut as another Cabinet minister resigned in protest. Judge Ghassan El Khoury began questioning Maj. Gen. Tony Saliba, the head of State Security, according to state-run National News Agency. It gave no further details, but other generals are scheduled to be questioned. Justice Minister Marie-Claude Najm, who was sprayed with water and verbally attacked last week while visiting a damaged area, meanwhile handed her resignation to the prime minister on Monday, the news agency said. She is the third Cabinet minister to resign over the blast. A Cabinet meeting is scheduled for Monday, amid speculation the government...
    SACRAMENTO —  Gov. Gavin Newsom’s director of the California Department of Public Health resigned on Sunday, an abrupt departure of a key advisor in the state’s coronavirus battle just days after the discovery of a computer system failure that resulted in the undercounting of COVID-19 cases. Dr. Sonia Angell, who held the position for less than a year, announced her resignation in an email sent to department staff that was released by the California Health and Human Services Agency. “Since January, when we got word of repatriation flights arriving from Wuhan, China, our department has been front and center in what has become an all-of-government response of unprecedented proportions to COVID-19,” Angell wrote in the email to public health staff...
            by Scott McClallen  An Auditor General’s recently released report answered questions about a canceled no-bid contact-tracing contract tied to a Democratic political consultant, but the person “primarily in charge of contact tracing” refused to cooperate. Contact tracing is a method of gathering information to discover who might have been infected with COVID-19 by following an infected person’s interactions. For example, one event at an Ingham County bar resulted in 187 COVID-19 infections across the state. State Rep. Ann Bollin (R-Brighton Township) asked the Auditor General’s office to look into 20 questions regarding the $194,000 contract the state canceled the day after the agreement was announced between Great Lakes Community Engagement (GLCE) and the Michigan Department of Health and...
    By JONATHAN LEMIRE, Associated Press BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s end run around Congress on coronavirus relief is raising questions about whether it would give Americans the economic lifeline he claims and appears certain to face legal challenges. Democrats called it a pre-election ploy that would burden cash-strapped states. "When you look at those executive orders ... the kindest thing I could say is he doesn’t know what he’s talking about or something's wrong there,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. “To characterize them as even accomplishing what they set out to do, as something that will take the place of an agreement, is just not so.” After negotiations with lawmakers on the next package of pandemic economic assistance...
    BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s end run around Congress on coronavirus relief is raising questions about whether it would give Americans the economic lifeline he claims and appears certain to face legal challenges. Democrats called it a pre-election ploy that would burden cash-strapped states. “When you look at those executive orders … the kindest thing I could say is he doesn’t know what he’s talking about or something’s wrong there,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. “To characterize them as even accomplishing what they set out to do, as something that will take the place of an agreement, is just not so.” After negotiations with lawmakers on the next package of pandemic economic assistance hit a wall, Trump used...
    CNN host Brian Stelter claimed on Sunday that the fact that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was seen over the weekend riding his bicycle somehow shows that Biden has the cognitive abilities needed to be president. Stelter played numerous clips from top conservative talk radio hosts—including Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro, Michael Savage, Mark Levin, and Rush Limbaugh—and portrayed the clips as being completely removed from reality as each of the radio hosts brought up Biden’s fitness for office. Numerous Democrats, progressives, and left-wing publications have also questioned Biden’s mental fitness for office – but Stelter conveniently fails to inform his viewers of that fact. “Fox’s narrative and talk radio’s narrative for months has been that Joe Biden...
    Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro speaks to members of the press outside the West Wing of the White House June 18, 2020 in Washington, DC.Alex Wong | Getty Images Congressional Democrats and White House negotiators remained far apart on Sunday on the attempts to secure a new round of coronavirus-related aid, with one top White House adviser questioning whether Democrats are rooting for economic collapse to hurt President Donald Trump and a top Democratic leader arguing the Republicans refuse to meet them halfway. In an exclusive interview with "Meet the Press" a day after the president signed executive actions meant to sidestep the deadlock, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro questioned whether congressional leaders are serious about the negotiations, saying...
    “God send them to me,” Francisca Lachapel said very forcefully about the possibility of having twin children The conductor of Wake up America, the morning show of Univision, Francisca lachapel, He was answering all the questions asked by his fans through his Instagram account. Among the many that they did to her, was the one about when her wedding would be with her fiancé, Francesco Zampogna, to which she replied that “He wonders the same thing, since COVID-19 changed all his plans “. Among the questions, there was also the question of whether it is true that the driver wanted to have twins and she without hesitation said yes. She even mentioned a prayer: “God send them to me”,...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Dr. Christina Ghaly is director of the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. Dr. Ghaly spoke to ABC7 via Skype recently to answer questions from viewers on the coronavirus pandemic.Among the questions asked by viewers: How many days does it take to get COVID test results? If we can't quarantine at home safely, where can we stay? Why are outdoor malls still open? People still go inside the store to shop. Why are we not on lockdown like in March if the numbers are so high? Are we looking into using rapid tests? Require people to test at home before going to some places? To see her answers to these questions, please watch the video...