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The Kennedy Center told musicians it will stop paying them, less than a day after the organization received a divisive $25 million arts bailout.
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Spain and Malaysia question accuracy as one maker offers replacements
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Guest post by Cassandra Fairbanks at Big League Politics: Advertisement - story continues below A former Secret Service agent assigned to the Vice President Joe Biden residence claims that the Service often had to protect female agents from him. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, the agent asserted that,  “We had to cancel the VP…
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#4
First, they must bench Biden, or persuade him to bench himself.
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#5
The ancient pagans of Rome, as their society cratered, blamed Christians. Some modern pagans do the same. Witness the recent piece in the New York Times by Katherine Stewart, “The Religious Right’s Hostility to Science Is Crippling Our Coronavirus Response.”...
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In a conference call Friday night, Rutter told orchestra leaders that the 96 musicians would receive their last paycheck on April 3 and that they will not be paid until the arts center reopens. In …
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Researchers from the University of Cornell discovered that artificial intelligence systems designed to identify offensive “hate speech” flag comments purportedly made by minorities “at substantially higher rates” than remarks made by whites. Several universities maintain...
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#9
Andrew Cuomo has admitted some of the error. In a much-welcome change, he has even deregulated medical services. There’s just a hint of humility and humanity embedded in these statements and actions. We need more of that, vastly more.
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Writing in The New York Times, author and journalist Katherine Stewart wrote a rather nasty and oblivious op-ed that essentially lays the blame for the COVID-19 pandemic at the feet of Evangelical Christians, whom she denounces as a bunch of anti-science dogmatists. “Donald Trump rose to power with the determined assistance of a movement that […]
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In the end it was the boast about Nicolas Maduro’s private airport hangar that would seal their fate. At a secret meeting in Honduras, novice drug dealers Efrain Campo, 29, and his cousin Fra…
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#12
First, they must bench Biden, or persuade him to bench himself.
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#13
Fox News Channel made the decision to cut away from the daily White House coronavirus task force briefing on Friday.
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#14
A guru punts in the last paragraph but what he says is still worth listening to.
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#15
Measures developed for the plagues of the 14th century are helping authorities fight the coronavirus now, says Yale historian Frank Snowden.
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As coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to sweep through the world, daily reports show that more men are dying from the killer virus than women.A research published by China's Center for Disease Control and Prevention show that the death rate among men is 2.8% compared with 1.7% for women and the research suggests that the trend will continue despite men and women being infected at similar rates.
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#17
At least one company is looking to take advantage of individual stimulus checks to help relieve its economic difficulties.
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#18
Covid-19: The Reality Show has taken cable TV by storm. The plot is nominally about a war against an invisible Chinese invader that has already killed over 1,200 Americans. But on another level, it is a family sitcom, a successor...
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#19
A pet project of Arnold Schwarzenegger, dismantled by Jerry Brown.
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#20
"It is likely that the world will continue to face outbreaks that most countries are ill positioned to combat..."
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#21
Ministers and senior Downing Street officials said the Communist state now faces a 'reckoning' over its handling of the outbreak and risks becoming a 'pariah state'.
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#22
The myth that historians have propagated is that Jewish life under the Muslims was safer and more successful than the life of Jews in Christendom.
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#23
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping said China intends to increase its manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies.
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March 28 (UPI) -- Former Sen. Tom Coburn, known as "Dr. No" for his conservative stand on fiscal matters, died Saturday in Oklahoma, his family announced.
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#25
Their excuses when called out were pathetic.
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