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Republicans senators remain silent on election decided by voters despite calling for ‘voters to decide’ during impeachment.

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The Republic can only be saved by Repeal of 230, no "moderation", no compromise: President Trump says he’ll veto defense bill unless Section 230 is terminated #FoxNews  #MAGA  @realDonaldTrump  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

The UK has become the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech #COVID19  vaccine for use - and rollout will begin next week

This vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine) has only been approved because those strict tests have been done and complied with. Everyone can be absolutely confident that no corners whatsoever have been cut: UK's medicine regulator MHRA chief Dr June Raine

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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the first vaccines against Covid-19 in Scotland will be administered on Tuesday 8th December. Follow the latest:

BREAKING: Daughter of slain Anakpawis leader Randy Echanis, Amanda Lacaba Echanis, was arrested with her one month old newborn baby in Brgy. Carupian, Baggao, Cagayan. She was charged with illegal possession of firearms, ammunition, and explosives. | via @jervismanahan 

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A healthy American democracy must have a citizenry that understands the basics of its government and history. Yet few schools bother to teach youngsters these elementary facts anymore. The solution is surprisingly simple

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More than 20,000 homes in New South Wales, Australia, left without power after fierce storms on first day of summer ⚡

From the first Black British supermodel, to one of the earliest Black African writers in Europe - we explore the lives of five Black Britons whose stories are rarely told 👉

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A United Nations commission voted to remove marijuana for medical use from a list of the world’s most dangerous drugs, like heroin. The decision is a symbolic win for advocates of drug policy change.

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