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Ed Seaman: National News Media Failing In Basic Reporting Responsibilities

Since April 5, I’ve been tracking daily deaths due to COVID-19 on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. Simultaneously, I’ve been tracking Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation death projections from the coronavirus. Ed Seaman I’ve watched the uncertain swirl of the pandemic quickly turn into the perfect political playing field, and I […]Read More

Hot products to stay cool –

(KUSI) – The hottest days of summer are almost here. If you can’t take the heat anymore, The Muscleman of Technology demonstrated  the newest gadgets and products to help keep you cool and refreshed on Good Morning San Diego. Dyson Pure Cool Me – Personal Air Purifying Fanwww.Dyson.com  $349 Model BP01 (White/Silver) $329 at Amazon.com The Dyson “Pure […]Read More

MTV’s Video Music Awards drops plans for indoor show due

Following is a summary of current entertainment news briefs. MTV’s Video Music Awards drops plans for indoor show due to coronavirus MTV has abandoned the idea of holding its Video Music Awards show at an indoor venue in New York because of the complications of the coronavirus epidemic. The VMA show on Aug. […]Read More

Trump’s ‘executive orders’ do the wrong things, illegally

The Washington Post‘s Heather Long gives an overview of both the content and implications of Trump’s orders. For one thing, only one of what Trump called his four “executive orders” is actually an executive order; the rest are memorandums, which are … not the same thing. He also at one point referred to them as […]Read More

Afghanistan to Release Last Taliban Prisoners, Removing Final Hurdle to

KABUL, Afghanistan — President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan on Sunday said his government would release a last batch of Taliban prisoners, removing the final hurdle in the way of direct negotiations with the insurgents to end the country’s long war. His announcement came after a consultative assembly where he had been advised by thousands of […]Read More

Tiz the Law Wins the Travers in a Runaway

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Belmont Stakes champion Tiz the Law added the Travers Stakes to his winning résumé on Saturday, making him the favorite to win the postponed Kentucky Derby next month and then possibly to claim the sport’s 14th Triple Crown with a Preakness victory in October. A New York-bred son of Constitution, […]Read More

A Bookstore That Shines as ‘a Lighthouse of a Free

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Inside a hushed bookstore in central Taipei one recent night, Ju Lee-wen stood beneath a large black banner that said “Revolution Now!” and raised her fist into the air. Ms. Ju, a 26-year-old lawyer, is concerned by China’s increasingly authoritarian policies, including harsh new security laws in Hong Kong. She went to […]Read More

National Allotment Week highlights benefits of garden produce

National Allotment Week seeks the highlight the benefits of gardening and producing fresh fruit and veg Bluebird Care Croydon is going green this month and is backing National Allotments Week, which begins tomorrow. The National Allotment Society strives to protect, promote and preserve allotments. Their campaign has been running annually for the last 18 years […]Read More

Young actors bring live entertainment back to Evesham

THE young actors of The Festival Players are bringing back live entertainment to Evesham in September now that outdoor performances have been sanctioned. Spider’s Web is the second most successful Agatha Christie play of the 1950s, after the record-breaking The Mousetrap. In the plot, a husband and wife, Mr and Mrs Hailsham-Brown, are offered the […]Read More

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