"His heart was too big for his body. He loved everyone."

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Live stream of central Minsk tonight, where many thousands of opposition supporters are protesting what clearly appears to be falsified presidential election results and clashing with police who are trying to clear them out.

In 1990, Spy magazine sent checks for $0.13 to a handful of wealthy people. Only two people cashed the check. One was an arms dealer. The other was Donald Trump.

"The information that I heard in this classified setting, where we're sworn to secrecy, is absolutely chilling, startling, and shocking," Sen. Blumenthal says about intel reports on threats to US elections. "The American people need and deserve to know."

Reports from some Belarusian cities of police abandoning their posts and retreating from clashes with protesters, as in this video. In Minsk, protesters are building barricades from trash containers. Going to be a long night

Don’t listen to what he says. Watch what he does. @realDonaldTrump  is making fools out of his #MAGA  voters every single day. He’ll really hate it if you keep tweeting and retweeting this new #TrumpMadeInChina  ad by @donwinslow 

New York reports 515 new cases, .78% positivity. 248 cases in New York City. It's just tiny fractional differences but that is the lowest positivity percentage on record for the state in daily reporting.

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Six French citizens and their local guide and driver were killed Sunday by gunmen riding motorcycles in an area of southwestern Niger home to the last West African giraffes, officials said

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Minsk erupts in protests following Belarus' fraught presidential election, as opposition supporters question exit polls showing a strong victory for incumbent Aleksander Lukashenko

"He doesn't really understand much beyond his talking points," political scientist Christina Greer says about President Trump's recent news conferences. "He fundamentally doesn't understand the difference between a bill, an executive order or memo."

A national poll of teachers finds overwhelming trepidation about returning to the physical classroom: • 82% are concerned about returning to in-person teaching • two-thirds prefer to teach primarily remote • 77% are worried about risking their health