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Pro-abortion-rights group is all in for Biden but warns about 'gender stereotypes' in VP coverageThe head of NARAL Pro-Choice America told Yahoo News on Monday that the organization is “pulling out all the stops” to keep President Trump from being reelected, allocating $32 million to elect Joe Biden.
Pro-abortion-rights group is all in for Biden but warns about 'gender stereotypes' in VP coverage
Family removed from Southwest flight after 3-year-old son with autism would not wear a face maskA Texas woman and her family were forced off a Houston-bound Southwest flight after her three-year-old son with autism would not wear a face mask.
Family removed from Southwest flight after 3-year-old son with autism would not wear a face mask
BLM activists march in support of protesters arrested overnight in ChicagoiBlack Lives Matter (BLM) protesters marched in Chigaco in an act of solidarity with more than 100 people who were arrested during unrest and violence on Sunday night.More than 100 individuals were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, looting, and battery against the police on Sunday night into Monday, NBC Chicago reported.
BLM activists march in support of protesters arrested overnight in Chicago
Bribes funded campaign of Mexico's Pena Nieto, ex-aide saysMulti-million-dollar bribes from a Brazilian construction giant financed the presidential campaign that brought Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto to power, a former top advisor revealed Tuesday according to prosecutors. The explosive allegations from Emilio Lozoya, who was Pena Nieto's chief international strategist prior to the 2012 election, are the latest twist in a scandal that has shaken Latin America. It follows the former aide's extradition from Spain last month to stand trial on corruption charges linked to Odebrecht, Latin America's biggest construction company.
Bribes funded campaign of Mexico's Pena Nieto, ex-aide says
Wild bear that sniffed woman's hair is caught and castratedThe black bear was captured after he was filmed approaching a visitor at an ecological park.
Wild bear that sniffed woman's hair is caught and castrated
In These Uncertain Hours, the Classic Cool of a Gentleman’s Watch Endures
'Terror crocodiles' with teeth the size of bananas once roamed North America preying on dinosaurs"Terror crocodiles" which had teeth the size of bananas and could reach 33 feet in length once roamed North America preying on dinosaurs, according to a new study. Researchers say the Deinosuchus, which means "terror crocodile", was the largest predator in its ecosystem when it roamed the earth between 75 to 82 million years ago, outweighing the largest predatory dinosaurs which existed at the same time. The new study, published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, revisited fossil specimens of the gigantic creatures and found the Deinosuchus had teeth “the size of bananas”, capable of taking down even the very largest of dinosaurs. It also confirmed that the predators grew to as much as 33ft in length, making them nearly as long as some city buses. Researchers also found that there were at least three species of Deinosuchus, two of which lived along western America from Montana to northern Mexico.
'Terror crocodiles' with teeth the size of bananas once roamed North America preying on dinosaurs
Police searched a United Airlines jet after a reportedly hallucinating passenger claimed there was a bomb on boardPolice officers searched the plane with passengers still on board and offloaded each piece of luggage on the plane to be checked by canine units.
Police searched a United Airlines jet after a reportedly hallucinating passenger claimed there was a bomb on board
Taiwan says virus aid sent quietly to avoid Beijing protestsTaiwan sent COVID-19 assistance to foreign countries surreptitiously to avoid protests from China, its foreign minister said Tuesday during a meeting with the highest-level American official to visit the island in four decades. China claims Taiwan as its own territory and has sought to isolate it diplomatically, including barring its participation in forums such as the World Health Assembly. The trip by U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar comes against the backdrop of a sharp downturn in relations between China and the U.S. and Azar said in his remarks that the U.S. supported Taiwan’s participation in international health forums.
Taiwan says virus aid sent quietly to avoid Beijing protests
Trump: 'George Washington would have had a hard time beating me before the plague came in'President Trump suggested that even an opponent as formidable as the nation’s first commander in chief would have had difficulty unseating him before the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump: 'George Washington would have had a hard time beating me before the plague came in'
Sturgis motorcycle rally attendees lounge in bikinis, pack into bars, and mock mask wearers: 'It's like COVID does not exist here'One Sturgis vendor said he loves the old America vibes at the event that celebrates Trump, police, and the military.
Sturgis motorcycle rally attendees lounge in bikinis, pack into bars, and mock mask wearers: 'It's like COVID does not exist here'
‘This Is Reparations’: Black Lives Matter Holds Rally to Support Suspects in Recent Chicago LootingMembers of Black Lives Matter Chicago held a rally on Monday night in support of more than 100 people arrested following widespread looting and rioting in the city the night prior. Speaking at the rally outside a police station in the South Loop where organizers said the suspected looters are in custody, organizer Ariel Atkins excused the looting — which reportedly caused at least $60 million in property damage and left 13 police officers injured — calling the theft “reparations,” NBC Chicago reported.“I don’t care if someone decides to loot a Gucci or a Macy’s or a Nike store, because that makes sure that person eats,” Ariel Atkins, a BLM organizer, said. “That makes sure that person has clothes.”“That is reparations,” Atkins added. “Anythingthey wanted to take, they can take it because these businesses have insurance.”Hundreds of people swarmed downtown Chicago early Monday, breaking the windows of dozens of businesses and stealing anything they could, including merchandise and cash machines, after Chicago police officers shot an armed man in Englewood on Sunday. Latrell Allen, 20, had fired shots at police prompting them to return fire, striking and wounding him, police said. Allen now faces attempted murder charges after the incident. “This person fired shots at our officers,” CPD Superintendent David Brown said. “Officers returned fire and struck the individual.”Black Lives Matter organizers expressed skepticism over the shooting, showing concern that none of the officers involved had worn body cameras.“Police say a lot of things,” Atkins said.  “Even though the Department of Justice said with the consent decree they are no longer allowed to chase people, they decided they were going to chase, and they shot this young man multiple times."The unrest was sparked by a social media post urging people to descend on Chicago’s business district after the officer involved shooting. A video posted on Facebook around 6:30 p.m. falsely claimed that officers had shot and killed a 15-year-old boy, Fox News reported. “This was not an organized protest. Rather, this was an incident of pure criminality," Police Superintendent David Brown told reporters of the looting. "This was an act of violence against our police officers and against our city.”Hoping to prevent additional looting in the Central Business District, police are setting up barriers and raising bridges in downtown Chicago. Expressway exits are also closed and CTA trains and buses are running limited routes, NBC Chicago reported.
‘This Is Reparations’: Black Lives Matter Holds Rally to Support Suspects in Recent Chicago Looting
Philippines' Duterte says will be Russia vaccine 'guinea pig' as talks beginPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte will be a guinea pig for a controversial Russian coronavirus vaccine, his spokesman said on Wednesday, as the Southeast Asian nation emerged as a frontrunner for overseas clinical trials. Duterte has also expressed "huge trust" in Russia's efforts to stop the contagion.
Philippines' Duterte says will be Russia vaccine 'guinea pig' as talks begin
Three killed in Bangalore clashes over Prophet Muhammad postPolice in the southern city of Bangalore opened fire on protesters angered by the Facebook post.
Three killed in Bangalore clashes over Prophet Muhammad post
Money offered for info on disappearance of ‘Tiger King’ star Carol Baskin's husbandA lawyer for the family of Don Lewis, who was declared legally dead in 2002, announced an independent investigation into his disappearance Monday.
Money offered for info on disappearance of ‘Tiger King’ star Carol Baskin's husband

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