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Trump-appointed judge refuses to appeal to Sydney Powell, Lynn Wood

Lawyers Sidney Powell and Lynn Wood, who had filed lawsuits in Georgia alleging fraud during the 2020 presidential election, appealed to analyze the state’s Dominion voting machines rejected by a federal judge on Friday. President Donald Trump claims without evidence, among other things, that Dominion Voting Systems voting machines are programmed to turn the votes cast for him to President-elect …

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Some blacks and Latinos continue to hesitate to get Covid-19 – CNN

Some blacks and Latinos continue to hesitate to get Covid-19 CNN vaccine How the rich could create a black market for vaccines in the publication New study finds that once hospitalized, black patients with COVID-19 have a lower risk of death than white patients PRNewswire Some blacks and Latinos are still hesitant to take the vaccine. Here’s what fuels this …

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Watch the entire CNN Coronavirus City Hall

Logistics and preparation related to the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta talk to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the spread of vaccines and answer questions from viewers Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how Covid-19 vaccines work Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how the new Covid-19 vaccines work and the couple shares their experiences after participating in the Moderna …

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US suspends exchange programs with China, calling them “propaganda”

A woman hoists a Chinese flag near the American flags. Ng Han Guan | AFP | Getty Images The US State Department said on Friday it had completed five cultural exchange programs with China, calling them “soft power propaganda tools”. The department announced on its website that it has “terminated” China’s Politics Education Program, the US-China Friendship Program, the US-China …

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Born in Butler County, killed in Nashville while working as a nurse

Born in Butler County, killed in Nashville while working as a nurse Updated: 11:05 PM EST on December 4, 2020 Hide transcript Show transcript BEGINS WITH NEW NEWS. SHANON: INTERRUPTION IN THE EVENING, A 26-YEAR-OLD NURSE FROM BUTLER COUNTY, LIVING IN NASHVILLE, ARROW AND KILLED EVERY JEEP. FAMILY MEMBERS SAY SHE WAS ON HER WAY TO HER TREATMENT OF KOVID …

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Pentagon: Indicative meeting between spy agencies, Biden’s transition scheduled for early next week

Meetings between officials with the newly elected president Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden says GP senators congratulate Biden: Trump attending inauguration is “consequence” for country Biden says family will avoid business conflictsMOREThe transition team and some military spy agencies are scheduled to take place early next week after reports that the Trump administration has banned discussions. Pentagon spokesman Sue Goff told The …

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Ingraham: Elites, the political class are looking for a post-pandemic world that is “never normal again”

The coronavirus pandemic highlighted the clear division between the American working class and the ruling class, Laura Ingraham told viewers on Friday. “This time of year is usually filled with Christmas parties, busy restaurants, trips to visit loved ones, it happens all over the country,” said the host of The Ingraham Angle. “But of course, because of COVID, nothing looks …

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The participant in the Moderna Covid-19 test tells his experience

Lisa Taylor received Covid-19 vaccination from RN Jose Muniz while participating in a vaccine study at America’s Research Centers on August 7, 2020 in Hollywood, Florida. Joe Riddle / Getty Images The most mediocre healthy Americans who are not elderly and do not have underlying conditions are likely to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in late March or early April, according …

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