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'Most believe that it was an accident': Pentagon chief contradicts Trump on Beirut explosion
Wed, 05 Aug 2020 16:15:01 -0400
'Most believe that it was an accident': Pentagon chief contradicts Trump on Beirut explosionLess than 24 hours after President Trump said some “great generals” told him they thought that yesterday’s massive explosion in Beirut was an “attack” involving “a bomb of some kind,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper seemed less than convinced by that explanation.
Portland's Black police chief says violent protesters have 'taken away from' the Black Lives Matter movement
Thu, 06 Aug 2020 06:24:11 -0400
Portland's Black police chief says violent protesters have 'taken away from' the Black Lives Matter movementWhile the protests in downtown Portland have largely been peaceful, there have been violent offshoots in other parts of the city this week.
Black man's life sentence in stolen hedge clippers case is 'cruel and unusual,' Louisiana judge says
Thu, 06 Aug 2020 15:04:54 -0400
Black man's life sentence in stolen hedge clippers case is 'cruel and unusual,' Louisiana judge saysRepeat offender laws sent Fair Wayne Bryant to prison for life after trying to steal hedge clippers. Louisiana’s Supreme Court won't review the case.
Mississippi: More than 100 children and teachers in quarantine due to coronavirus outbreak two weeks after schools reopened
Thu, 06 Aug 2020 14:46:22 -0400
Mississippi: More than 100 children and teachers in quarantine due to coronavirus outbreak two weeks after schools reopenedMore than 100 people in a Mississippi school district have been instructed to self-isolate, due to an outbreak of coronavirus less than two weeks after they reopened.At least 116 people in Corinth, a city in Mississippi, have been told to quarantine for two weeks, after six students and one staff member tested positive for Covid-19 over the past week.
Man fights with bear after it enters home with 10 kids inside, Alaska officials say
Thu, 06 Aug 2020 22:22:35 -0400
Man fights with bear after it enters home with 10 kids inside, Alaska officials sayHe went toe-to-toe with the 300-pound predator, and it didn’t go very well
5 things to know as Hiroshima marks 75th A-bomb anniversary
Wed, 05 Aug 2020 21:36:16 -0400
5 things to know as Hiroshima marks 75th A-bomb anniversaryThe city of Hiroshima in western Japan marks the 75th anniversary of the world’s first nuclear attack on Thursday. Three days after its Aug. 6, 1945, bombing of Hiroshima, the United States dropped a second atomic bomb on Nagasaki. Japan surrendered on Aug. 15, ending World War II and, more broadly, its aggression toward Asian neighbors that had lasted nearly half a century.
Virginia business owner reacts to employee's house arrest for defending shop from robber
Wed, 05 Aug 2020 20:56:35 -0400
Virginia business owner reacts to employee's house arrest for defending shop from robber	Worker arrested after defending himself from armed robbery; Arlington Smoke Shop owner Jowan Zuber speaks out.
The deadly explosion that devastated Beirut appears to have been far more powerful than the 'Mother of All Bombs'
Wed, 05 Aug 2020 16:15:25 -0400
The deadly explosion that devastated Beirut appears to have been far more powerful than the 'Mother of All Bombs'Weapons experts estimated that the explosion was many times stronger than the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in the US arsenal.
Fauci Says Second Shutdown Not Necessary to Beat Coronavirus
Thu, 06 Aug 2020 08:35:22 -0400
Fauci Says Second Shutdown Not Necessary to Beat CoronavirusDr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor for the Trump administration’s coronavirus task force, said Wednesday that the country can overcome the coronavirus without shutting down the economy a second time."There seems to be a misperception that either you shut down completely and damage a lot of things, mental health, the economy, all kinds of things, or let it rip and do whatever you want," Fauci told Politico. "There's a stepwise fashion that you can open up the economy successfully."However, Americans must work together to practice "five or six fundamental public health measures," Fauci added, including social distancing, wearing masks, and hand hygiene.“When you have a weak link, then the whole system is unsuccessful,” Fauci said."You don't have to lock down again, but everybody has got to be on board," he continued. “I think we can get through this without having to revert back to a shutdown."The remarks from the nation's top infectious disease expert come as several states have reimposed some lockdown measures amid fresh outbreaks of the coronavirus.Last month, California ordered businesses including restaurants and salons, as well as houses of worship, to halt all indoor activities after the state saw a 20 percent rise in positive tests and an uptick in those admitted to intensive care. Texas, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, West Virginia, Oregon, New Mexico, Michigan, and Louisiana have also reimposed some restrictions as their cases increased.Fauci also admitted that hiccups and delays in testing are harming the ability to trace infections, adding that the administration plans to ramp up its rapid testing capacity in the coming weeks.“It's not okay. Period,” he said. “And we need to do better. And I wish we had done better.”“We're talking about hopefully getting many, many millions of more tests that can be done rapidly within the next month or so,” Fauci said.He previously said he is “cautiously optimistic” that a vaccine for the coronavirus will be available to the American public by the end of the year or early 2021.“The hallmark of all really defining responses that we have to virus diseases, if you look at the history of viral diseases, it is generally vaccines that put the nail in the coffin of these types,” Fauci said in June during testimony to Congress.
New poll shows plummeting GOP satisfaction with direction of country
Wed, 05 Aug 2020 15:20:13 -0400
New poll shows plummeting GOP satisfaction with direction of countryThanks to a marked shift among Republican voters since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, just 13 percent of Americans surveyed now say they are satisfied with “the way things are going in the United States.”
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