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Demonstrating against police brutality has become political and ideological, not just racial

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Tough day for us at Twitter. We all feel terrible this happened. We’re diagnosing and will share everything we can when we have a more complete understanding of exactly what happened. 💙 to our teammates working hard to make this right.

The US reported +997 new coronavirus deaths today, the highest number since June 10th, bringing the total to 140,140.

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18/Biden is basically combining the best parts of his primary rivals' campaigns -- the social justice focus of Harris/Castro, the economic progressivism of Sanders/Warren, and the climate activism of Inslee. The Dems might be creating a Voltron FDR.

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Trump replaces campaign manager as polls show him trailing Joe Biden race

Probably one of the most globally-relevant China chart long term. Credit impulse data suggests China's increasing unwillingness & inability (due to the deleveraging campaign & the now services-led economy, respectively) to deliver growth via debt creation. 2Q GDP due today.

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Since the start of the pandemic, China’s government has engaged in an unprecedented diplomatic offensive on virtually every front. Kurt M. Campbell and @MiraRappHooper  consider whether this marks a permanent shift in Chinese foreign policy:

50,000 people have pre-ordered this $250 hazmat suit designed for flying during #Covid19 . Meet the BioVYZR, equipped with anti-fogging windows and a hospital-grade air purifier. Read more in @business :

Covid-USA today, 15 July, data @COVID19Tracking  Most concerning is the unabated rise in hospitalizations, now approaching the 60,000 high of April The 855 deaths are again higher today than 7-day avg And looking at the 4 top states shows why that's happening

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