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Corporate America is now engaging in two new forms of pressure. 1. They're directly intimidating voters, not just politicians; 2. They are doing all of this in order to promote causes outside of their business purview. Which makes them simple adjuncts to the Democratic Party.

A police officer in Virginia who confronted a uniformed Black Army medic at gunpoint and pepper-sprayed him during a traffic stop, an exchange captured on video, has been fired, officials said.

BREAKING: Police source says one person has died after two people were shot in front of a hospital in Paris, according to Reuters. Latest news:

Doctors say many young people are suffering coronavirus complications they didn't expect. And it's time to ditch the belief that only older adults or people with pre-existing conditions are at risk of severe Covid-19.

After months of lockdown, some of Britain’s beloved pubs reopened on Monday. “As long as the pub is there,” one industry expert said, “everything will be OK.”

A Black family's beach property in California was taken during the Jim Crow era. Now, Los Angeles County officials say they are working with state lawmakers on legislation that would return the property — worth approximately $75 million — to the family.

It is self-evident from the perusal of all reports that allegations mentioned in your hand-written note are factually incorrect, without any empirical evidence whatsoever&devoid of substance:ECI responds to CM Mamata Banerjee's reply over her appeal for votes along communal lines

People queued up outside retailers across England and some grabbed a midnight pint or even an early haircut as England’s shops, pubs, gyms and hairdressers reopened after three months of lockdown

Biden is implementing a more coherent strategy than former President Donald Trump ever managed, one that maximizes U.S. strengths and exploits China’s vulnerabilities and mistakes. And, so far, it’s working

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Scoops of the Day

The mother of Daunte Wright says the 20-year-old called her when he was pulled over by Brooklyn Center police about 1:40 p.m. He told her police pulled him over for air fresheners hanging in the mirror, she told reporters.

With Friday's barrage of murder (82 dead), the Myanmar junta's killing toll has now exceeded a shocking 700. How many more dead will be needed before the Chinese government relents and allows serious UN Security Council pressure on the generals?

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CONFIRMED: First-of-its-kind call between more than 100 top corporate leaders on Saturday focused on how to respond to proposed changes in state voting laws. Participants included top leaders of airlines, media, law, investment.

BTS’s ‘Dynamite’ Music Video Hits One Billion Views On YouTube

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Terrorists misused mosques for terror attacks in Pampore on 19th June 2020, Sopore on 1st July 2020 and Shopian on 9th April 2021. Public, Masjid Intizamia, civil societies and media should condemn such acts: IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar

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During a Western journalist's visit to Myanmar, the junta's minders did everything they could to keep her from seeing the truth, but even so, the people's broad hatred for military rule and desire for democracy rang through (with banging pots and pans).

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As the Myanmar junta's forced "used heavy weapons, including machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades" in attacking protesters in Bago, killing 82, some of the injured survivors "requested medical treatment but were denied any care by the military."

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Elephant calf rescued from bottom of well in India

A day ahead of the Shahi Snan - considered to be an auspicious day to take holy dip in the Ganges - more than one lakh devotees were seen on the banks of the river, in clear violation of the COVID-19 rules #COVID19 

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Scoops of the Week

BREAKING: Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has died aged 99.

Unspeakable: "Myanmar security forces mowed down more than 60 people with rifle grenades and machine guns as they cleared barricades built by anti-junta protesters in the central Myanmar city of Bago on Friday, leaving piles of bodies..., witnesses said."

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A U.S. Army officer filed a federal civil lawsuit against police officers who pepper-sprayed and assaulted him. Lt. Caron Nazario, of Latinx and African American descent, alleges that his constitutional rights were violated and race played a role.

The exec, Geoffrey Johns, allegedly said Superman’s grandfather could not be Black. In a statement paraphrased by THR, a rep for Johns said the exec “believed fans expected the character to look like a young Henry Cavill." More:

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BREAKING: DMX, the raspy-voiced hip-hop artist who produced the songs “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “Party Up (Up in Here)" and who rapped with a trademark delivery that was often paired with growls, barks and “What!” as an ad-lib, has died. He was 50.

President Biden: “Gun violence in this country is an epidemic and it’s an international embarrassment.”

Breaking News: Evidence is mounting that a tiny subatomic particle is being influenced by forms of matter and energy that are not yet known to science but which may nevertheless affect the nature and evolution of the universe.

NEW: A former local official who faces a sex trafficking count is expected to plead guilty in the coming weeks, a prosecutor and a defense lawyer said in an indication the official could cooperate as a key witness against Rep. Matt Gaetz. w @PatriciaMazzei 

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