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Postal Service Warns that Millions of Voters Could be Disenfranchised

The Postal Service provides a vital service to the entirety of the United States. As a part of the federal government, the Postal Service is in a unique position. It faces competition from private...
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New York Governor Cuomo Allowing Schools to Reopen in State

Surprisingly, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will allow schools in the state to open for in-person instruction in the fall. Many parents and teachers have asked for schools to remain closed through the fall...

Access Hollywood Video Surfaces of Trump Casting Absentee Ballot in 2004

President Donald Trump has been waging all-out Twitter war with the concept of mail-in voting for months. Since the onset of the pandemic, many voting rights activists have been calling for an expansion of...

Chicago Removes Christopher Columbus Statue from City Park

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot had a statue of Christopher Columbus removed from Grant Park overnight on Friday. The statue had been the subject of protests, with many activists decrying its presence in the city....
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Mysterious Federal Authorities in Portland Raise Alarms for Constitutional Scholars

In Portland, Oregon, there is growing concern over the prevalence of federal authorities in drab green “police” outfits that are spilling out of unmarked vans. These authorities have detained many peaceful protesters for hours,...
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Will Congress Pass Another Stimulus Bill?

It’s not controversial to say that the coronavirus pandemic has upended many people’s finances. Between losing jobs to widespread closures to addressing medical bills and child care, this pandemic has been rough on people’s...
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Nintendo Formally Apologizes for Switch Controller Malfunction

In a surprising move, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa publicly apologized for the company’s Nintendo Switch Joy Con controllers. The controllers, which can be attached to the Switch or removed and used with Bluetooth, have...
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Why Are US Coronavirus Cases Still Surging?

Many people in the US are now bracing for what is being called a second wave of COVID-19 cases. However, the first “wave” of the virus hasn’t actually crested or fallen yet. As cases in...

Can Trump Bounce Back from This Week?

This week has been rough for President Donald Trump, to say the least. He was trending on Twitter due to conversations about his perceived declining health. His approval ratings are sinking like a stone....
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GOP Divided over Gorsuch Opinion on LBGT Case

On Monday, the Supreme Court issued a surprise ruling on a case relating to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In a 6-3 ruling, the court found that the 1964 bill protected gay and...

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Election Update: Who’s Leading the Polls?

The polls are showing an undeniable lead currently belongs to challenger Joe Biden in the US presidential race. Incumbent Donald Trump has proven unpopular,...
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Man Arrested for Child Crimes Planned to Assassinate Joe Biden, Commit Mass Shooting

A 19-year-old man arrested earlier this month on charges of child abuse relating to images on his electronic devices was planning to kill Democratic...
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WHO & CDC: High Number of Young and Children with Severe Coronavirus

Misleading early information that emerged amid the coronavirus outbreak has led young people to believe they are not at risk, but now the CDC...