Nevada Gov Steve Sisolak / Covid-19

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has paused the state's reopening, saying it will remain in phase two during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Nevada Gov Steve Sisolak / Covid-19

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"Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing in a California lake, police said it may be "a case of drowning." Rivera rented a boat with her son, who was later found alone. Police stopped searching at night to "continue at first light" — many on social media demanded: "Keep searching."

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Angela Merkel yesterday: "As we are experiencing first-hand, you cannot fight the pandemic with lies and disinformation any more than you can fight it with hatred or incitement to hatred... The limits of populism and denial of basic truth are being laid bare." (via @dw_europe )

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I was arrested, jailed and assaulted by a guard. My ‘crime’? Being a journalist in Trump’s America

It's official: MSNBC weekend morning host @JoyReidAnn  is moving to 7pm weekdays starting July 20...

Seeing as @KellyannePolls  and @PressSec  get asked so often by White House reporters about @realDonaldTrump 's tweets, RT if you agree they should be asked why they still work for the pervert sex abuser EVERYONE on Twitter is now calling #CreepyTrump ?

Joe Biden will propose boosting manufacturing and innovation by spending $700 billion in his first four-year term to procure more American-made goods for the U.S. government and invest in research and development

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