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The Washington Post called the 2020 General Election a win for President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice-Elect Kamala Harris.
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BIDEN AND HARRIS WIN PRESIDENCY: The Associated Press and Washington Post call election results amid controversy.

On November seventh the Associated Press called the 2020 General Election in favor of Joe Biden, with 290 Electoral votes and President Trump getting 232 Electoral votes. The Washington Post concluded the results at 306 votes for Joe Biden. Both reports show a clear lead for the Biden campaign. These […]

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COVID-19 Relief Bill Stalls: Lack of negotiations in Congress leaves citizens without stimulus money.

As the impending November election draws nearer and the number of U.S. COVID-19 cases continues to rise, it has become even more necessary for an agreement to be made about the Coronavirus Relief Bill. The updated Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act originated in the House of […]

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Man Shot in Denver Rallies

On Oct. 10th, right-wing and left-wing rallies transpired at close proximity with each other in Denver’s Civic Center Park. At 1:30 p.m., the self-proclaimed “Denver Communists,” held a BLM-Antifa Soup Drive; meanwhile, the self-proclaimed “Patriot Muster” held a Patriot Rally at 2:00 p.m. in a nearby location. According to The […]

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DUEL OF THE TOWN HALLS

President Trump and former Vice President Biden held separate town hall meetings in place of the typical Presidential Town Hall Debate on Oct. 15, 2020. In their respective town hall broadcasts, questions were presented to the candidates by a diverse group of voters. Some present in each town hall had […]

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Texas Towns Discover Rare Amoeba

In late September, eight Texas cities were alerted to the presence of a brain-eating amoeba in the cities’ water supplies. This information has led to towns in southeast Texas to issue a disaster declaration. An advisory has been issued stating, “The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) at the direction […]

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SCOTUS Nominee Amy Coney: A brief detailing of Barrett’s background and judicial history.

With the recent passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and the subsequent nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to fill the court vacancy, the country’s legal future seemingly hangs in the balance. In the tradition of proper checks and balances, the average American should remain knowledgeable about the Supreme […]

Both presidential and vice presidential candidates have now participated in live debates.
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PRESIDENTIAL & VP CANDIDATES CLASH IN DEBATES

The first Presidential Debate for the 2020 campaign cycle was Tuesday, September 29, featuring former Vice President Joe Biden and incumbent President Donald Trump. The debate topics include the Supreme Court nominee, COVID-19, healthcare, the economy, taxes, racial justice, law and order, protests in Portland, climate change, and election integrity. […]

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Nationwide Protests Continue Amid Breonna Taylor Case Ruling

On Wednesday, September 23, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron released the ruling on 26 year old Breonna Taylor’s murder. Cameron claimed that after thorough investigation, one of the three involved officers, Brett Hankison, will be facing three counts of wanton endangerment of the first degree. This indictment was given six […]

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Biden Visits PA For 9/11 Anniversary Former VP Biden honored the passengers and crew of Flight 93.

The former Vice President traveled to Shanksville, Pa. on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Following a trip to New York City, Biden stopped by the memorial to honor the brave people who perished on Flight 93, the hijacked plane that had crashed in a field while on […]

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Wildfires Burden West Coast: Washington, Oregon, and California suffer amid intense wildfires.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to wake up and look out the window to see a red sky? Beginning in early September, that became the reality for many living on the West Coast, especially in California, Washington and Oregon. The air was filled with ash and […]