Ruth Bader Ginsburg: How Celebrities and Politicians are Paying Tribute to the Notorious RBG

On September 18, Ruth Bader Ginsburg—the second woman ever appointed to the Supreme Court—passed away at 87. Toward the end of her life, the Notorious RBG fought through cancer and chemotherapy treatments to vote to strike down a major anti-abortion law, protect LGBTQ+ workers, and block the Trump administration from ending DACA. And that’s just…Continue Reading

For Latino voters, health care is a top issue as Obamacare gains reverse under Trump

SAN ANTONIO — Larisa Alvarado, 36, feared she had the coronavirus when she woke up last week feeling an itch and pain in her leg that later advanced to swelling. She began running a fever and became nauseous.A friend and poison control expert suggested her symptoms could be from a spider bite, and advised her…Continue Reading

Organifi Green Juice Review: Organic Superfood Drink Powder?

An Independent Review by Andrew Price of Marketing by KevinOrganifi Green Juice is a superfood formula rich with antioxidants, plants, and herbal extracts.By taking Organifi Green Juice daily, you can purportedly hydrate and revitalize your body, support immunity and relaxation, and help sleep, among other benefits. Organifi is a superfood infused green juice supplement that…Continue Reading

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The 19-year-old has entered the final year of his contract at City and has rejected the opportunity to extend his stay in Manchester as he wishes to return to his boyhood club.Garcia was left out of Pep Guardiola’s matchday squad for Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Leeds United as City and Barcelona held talks over a…Continue Reading

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On October 3, Saturday Night Live debuted Jim Carey’s Joe Biden impression, but it was still Maya Rudolph’s flawless Kamala Harris moment that sent Twitter into full stan mode. During SNL’s season premiere’s cold open, Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump faced off in a heated non-debate with Carey’s Biden. It was barely more outrageous than the actual…Continue Reading

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Touadera was elected in February 2016 but has since struggled to stem vicious intercommunal violence.Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadera has announced he will run in the December election in the country ravaged by more than seven years of civil war. Touadera, 63, was elected in February 2016 with two-thirds of the vote, but has…Continue Reading

Lockdown ‘may kill 75,000 people’ in UK due to missing diagnoses and treatments

When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Invalid EmailNearly 75,000 people could die as a result of lockdown…Continue Reading

Public Health Experts Worried About Possible COVID-19 Data Manipulation

Expert witnesses spoke about the importance of accurate data to the COVID-19 pandemic response, with some raising serious concerns about possible political manipulation of that data, during a hearing of a House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology subcommittee on Wednesday. Subcommittee Chairman Bill Foster (D-Ill.) said he is also concerned about ensuring the integrity…Continue Reading

Boris Johnsons Brexit bill straight out of Trump playbook David Lammy says

Labour MP criticises Cummings and says Tory government has dented UK’s standing in the world David Lammy: ‘[Johnson has] attached himself to some very dangerous people determined to get their way.’ Boris Johnson’s law-breaking Brexit bill is straight out of the Donald Trump playbook, and leaves justice secretary Robert Buckland looking “aContinue Reading