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Democrats Swiftly Gaining Ground In Race For Senate Majority

Democrats Swiftly Gaining Ground In Race For Senate Majority

Two new ratings and a slew of new polls and fundraising reports show Democrats are well placed to capture the upper chamber.
Coronavirus: Kenyan schools to remain closed until 2021

Coronavirus: Kenyan schools to remain closed until 2021

Final-year exams for primary and secondary pupils have also been cancelled because of Covid-19.
Tucker Carlson: Can the left really lead a country it hates?

Tucker Carlson: Can the left really lead a country it hates?

Can you really lead a country that you hate?
Deutsche Bank faces $150m fine for Jeffrey Epstein ties

Deutsche Bank faces $150m fine for Jeffrey Epstein ties

New York regulators cited "significant compliance failures" at the German bank.
Two cases of bubonic plague prompt crack down on marmot hunting

Two cases of bubonic plague prompt crack down on marmot hunting

Russian authorities have warned people near the country's border with Mongolia not to hunt or eat marmots after an outbreak of bubonic plague.
The State Of Evictions And Four Strategies To Avoid Future Eviction Proceedings

The State Of Evictions And Four Strategies To Avoid Future Eviction Proceedings

Implement fraud detection practices that enable you to avoid evictions in the first place.
Video shows New York City dad fatally shot while crossing street with daughter

Video shows New York City dad fatally shot while crossing street with daughter

Chief Jason Wilcox says there were more than one victims of the crime
UK coronavirus live: No 10 fails to apologise for Boris Johnson's care home remarks; death toll rises by 155

UK coronavirus live: No 10 fails to apologise for Boris Johnson's care home remarks; death toll rises by 155

Charity boss says blaming care sector for repeated government mistakes is unacceptableJohnson condemned over ‘cowardly’ care home claimsHeadteachers across England call for exams to be cut back next
Months Into Virus Crisis, U.S. Cities Still Lack Testing Capacity

Months Into Virus Crisis, U.S. Cities Still Lack Testing Capacity

With cases surging, some cities are seeing long testing lines and slow results.