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A train has derailed near Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire, sparking a major response from emergency services. Updates ➡️

Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow, arrested under a new security law, hailed as the 'real Mulan' by her supporters

"This is no longer a debate": Florida sheriff bans deputies, visitors from wearing masks

Disney CEO Bob Chapek is using the Covid-19 crisis to transform the company much faster than expected

BUSINESS: Chairman of Foxconn says China's days as the world's factory are 'over'

A passenger train has derailed in northeast Scotland. There are reports of serious injuries and pictures show smoke billowing from the scene. @MaxFosterCNN  reports.

Man who claims to be KKK leader sentenced to six years for driving through Black Lives Matter protest

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"Hard times are here" Chancellor Rishi Sunak says it's "unsurprising" that shutting down "social activities", for example going for a meal, going shopping or seeing a movie for three months, has impacted the UK economy


Scoops of the Day

Joe Biden just picked the woman who called him a racist who hung out with segregationists, and who said she believed his sexual harassment accusers.

BREAKING: The family of Elijah McClain, a Black man who died last year after police in suburban Denver put him in chokehold, have sued police and medical officials. McClain was stopped by three white officers responding to a call about a suspicious person.

Principled. Brilliant. Compassionate. Empathetic. Honest. The perfect choice for @JoeBiden . That’s @KamalaHarris . Let’s go win this.

Pres Trump on Kamala Harris: "She lied. She said things that are untrue. She is a person who has told stories that are untrue...She was my number draft pick." He adds: She wants to take away your healthcare plans and raise taxes. (Note: Harris hasn't said any of those things.)

You know, whatever else you think of Kamala Harris, it’s pretty amazing and awesome that immigrants can come to the U.S., meet, marry, have a child, and their daughter can grow up to be DA, state attorney general, U.S. Senator, and on a presidential ticket.

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Kamala Harris' positions: - banning fracking - banning plastic straws - using executive orders to ban "assault weapons" - phasing out private healthcare insurance; - nearly-complete restriction of religious freedom to the private sphere. Yes, she's a pragmatic moderate, guys.

Imagine a governor who covered up data on deaths in nursing homes, then did pressers bragging about the performance of his state's nursing homes. Imagine also that this governor's state experienced 33,000 deaths. Hero or villain? Well, he's a Democrat, so hero, obviously.

Who will win the US presidential election?


Scoops of the Week

i wonder how many votes Trump just got from the video of Black Lives Matter rioters attacking an old woman and splashing her in the face with paint

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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.

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."

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

This is precision tile setting at scale

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 

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

A bug in Instagram's algorithm systemically shielded Donald Trump from negative hashtags without doing the same for rival Joe Biden, the company has confirmed

The Postal Service has informed states that they’ll need to pay first-class 55-cent postage to mail ballots to voters, rather than the normal 20-cent bulk rate. That nearly triples the per-ballot cost.