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Russian President Vladimir Putin announces that his country has become the first in the world to grant regulatory approval to a COVID-19 vaccine.

Florida reports a 137% increase in virus infections in kids in the past month. During that same time period, hospitalizations jumped 105%.

“help my delicate (white) child ate indian food” is just an incredible thing to type out and send off for advice

Meet the mother-daughter duo who launched @CocoaGirlMag  - the UK’s first-ever magazine for Black girls.

Before Breonna Taylor, there's a depressingly long list of black women who were killed in their own homes or homes they were visiting during unjust or unnecessary police raids. Here's a thread of the cases I've compiled over the years ...

SCOOP from me and @MotherJones : In the middle of the bizarre Kodak-Trump deal, a Kodak board member donated up to $180m worth of stock to a little-known Jewish synagogue with almost no public profile. What happened to the stock then? It's a mystery.

What a bootlicker is not: someone supporting police trying to end violent riots What a bootlicker is: Businesses getting smashed up repeatedly by BLM rioters then saying "we support black lives matter"

US Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar reacts to Russia's announcement that it approved a "world first" Covid-19 vaccine: "The point is to have a vaccine that is safe," not to be first

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#BREAKING Taiwan FM says China trying to turn island into 'next Hong Kong'

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JUST IN: Russia's president Putin has announced the registration of the first coronavirus vaccine

President Trump was just asked to step inside in the middle of his briefing and rushed out. Not sure what is happening.

Startling: Kimberly Karol, of postal service workers' union in Waterloo, Iowa, tells @noeleking  the USPS not only banned overtime, but is having sorting machines removed in her area: "That also hinders our ability to process mail. @NPR 

BREAKING: Vladimir Putin says Russia has registered the world's first Covid-19 vaccine, and discloses that one of his own daughters has already received it

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A ship is leaking oil into the Indian Ocean off the coast of Mauritius, putting coral reefs, mangrove forests and endangered species at risk.

Tough guy @NYGovCuomo ⁩ & his pals are too afraid of @JaniceDean ⁩ to let her speak at hearing examining NY COVID nursing home deaths. They yanked her invite! Could it be b/c ... she’ll tell the truth? Man up, Guv.

Lebanon's government resigns in response to anger over deadly port explosion which devastated parts of the capital Beirut

Thank you @JoeBiden . Belarusians are listening. "My Statement on Elections in Belarus by @JoeBiden 

Credit where it is due. @realDonaldTrump  is bringing calm to the turmoil.

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Scoops of the Week

Trump: “We’re doing very well.” Coronavirus deaths over the last 7 days: Australia: 70 Canada: 37 France: 51 Germany: 49 Italy: 55 Japan: 27 Spain: 57 Sweden: 27 UK: 414 US: 7,189

BREAKING: We’re calling for the dismantling of the Department of Homeland Security.

In a loss for Trump, judge says woman who accused him of rape can proceed with defamation suit

Mauritius declared an emergency after a tanker hit a coral reef, spilling 1,000+ tons of oil and threatening "thousands" of fragile species. It is still leaking. Volunteers are making barriers and rescuing animals, angry at govt inaction: "We will never be able to recover."

From our cold, dead hands.

New studies and reports of outbreaks have persuaded many researchers that children aren’t as immune to Covid-19 as initially thought

It's a remarkable commentary on the COVID testing situation that the main way we find out about people in political life having COVID is when they have a scheduled meeting with President Trump.

WATCH: Massive explosion rips through gas station in southwest Russia; at least 13 injured

Who do you think is best suited to be the next PM of India? #MOTN2020 

“Something definitely changed at the post office,” President of the American Postal Workers Union Mark Diamondstein says. “A few weeks ago, the new postmaster general put in some policies that we don’t think can do anything but slow down mail.”

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