Takes York Times / Testing / Shortage Virus Tests / Lures Profiteers Artists

Takes the New York Times to expose the coronavirus Testing racket: Shortage of Virus Tests in U.K. Lures Profiteers and Con Artists

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After a wave of police killings of young black men in 2014, 24 US states passed some type of law enforcement reform, but many declined to address police use of force. 6 years later, only about a third of states have passed laws on the question.

Pressed by Sen. Lindsey Graham, former deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testifies that he would not have signed the FISA warrant for former Trump aide Carter Page if he knew of issues.

The Minneapolis Public Schools Board unanimously voted to terminate its more than $1 million school resource officer contract with the city’s police department following the death of George Floyd while in custody

Govt comments about #GreenRecovery  are welcome but must mean no return to business-as-usual or bailouts for polluters Health & wellbeing of people & nature must be key test in *all* policymaking In run up to #WorldEnvironmentDay  pls ask your MP to sign👇

Joe Biden: "We should be the America of FDR and Eisenhower, of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr., of Jonas Salk and Neil Armstrong."

Delta Hospice Society president clarifies where she stands: "I'm pro life, pro-God and pro-gun." Also: "God bless President Trump."

The US government says it will block Chinese airlines from flying into the US

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K-Pop fans drown out racist ‘white lives matter’ hashtag with clips of favourite artists

We're suing @Betsy DeVosED for gross mismanagement of the Temporary Expanded Public ServiceLoan Forgiveness program. Student borrowers who invested their time and energy in public service are owed long-overdue loan forgiveness that Sec DeVos has made virtually inaccessible.

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To add to the complication, it's possible hospitalizations & death rates will be lower than before if new cases are primarily among younger people who are quicker to resume social activity. So it's plausible infections are growing but that deaths are declining in some states.

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