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#MostRead this week: Indian Supreme Court denies government request for prior censorship of COVID-19 news

This is the @campaignre  poll I was mentioning on @NEWSTALK1010 ⁩’s @MooreintheAM ⁩ just now. It’s one of the most-read stories in the @TorontoStar ⁩ today. #COVID19  #StayHome 

ICYMI: This was our most-read article on Twitter this week 👇

#MostRead this week: Philippines COVID-19 state of emergency includes prison time for spreading ‘false news’

ICYMI Wk's most-read column: JoeBiden explains why he shud be Pres: “And, uh, and, and in addition to that, uh, and in addition to that, we have to, uh, make sure that we, uh, we are in a position that we are, well, lemme, lemme go to a 2d thing.”

#MostRead this week: Ethiopian journalist Yayesew Shimelis detained following COVID-19 report

Most-Read Column this week: 2020 is an updated throwback to the last front-porch presidential campaign exactly 100 years ago. And Biden's blowing it big-time

This Week's Most-Read Column: Joe Biden is blowing this campaign, in more ways than one

Wk's most-read column: JoeBiden explains why he shud be president: “And, uh, and, and in addition to that, uh, and in addition to that, we have to, uh, make sure that we, uh, we are in a position that we are, well, lemme, lemme go to a second thing.”

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The timeline of China’s false statements about the coronavirus is the most-read piece I have written at National Review in at least two years, probably much longer.

Am told by people who know about such things that this story is the most-read ever in the history of our website, exceeding such greatest hits as our news story about Trump on the “Access Hollywood” tape.

One of our most-read stories of 2019 explained why getting a power connection to the poorest of the poor may be the wrong priority for cash-strapped governments

#MostRead this year: How many journalists are jailed in China? Censorship means we don't know

Our investigation found that the Trump administration’s Agriculture Dept has been burying studies that show the dangers of climate change. This continues to be one of our most-read stories since we published it yesterday. Here’s how we got the story ?

"Trump is a racist president," by @gtconway3d , is the most-read item on the @washingtonpost  website tonight.

This was our most-read piece on Twitter this week ?

This was our most-read story on Twitter this week ?

Three percent of the population now owns half of the country’s firearms, a recent study shows. And the American citizen most likely to own a gun is a white male that meets a very specific profile. This was one of our most-read stories in 2018.

"He sings through tears!" Neil Patrick Harris said. "Think of how hard that is to do, to sing an entire song and cry simultaneously. I couldn't do it. I physically couldn't do it. I'd sound like a goat." This was one of our most-read articles this year.

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