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'We're in good position': COVID-19 conditions improve at Offutt Air Force Base

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At Offutt Air Force Base, conditions are improving in the fight against COVID-19.
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Bill Gates critiques U.S. COVID testing: ‘The most worthless results of any country in the world'

Bill Gates critiques U.S. COVID testing: ‘The most worthless results of any country in the world'

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Microsoft Corp. founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates said it's “mind-blowing” that the U.S. government hasn't improved COVID-19 testing that he described as slow and lacking fair access.
“You're paying billions of dollars in this very inequitable way to get the most worthless test results of any country in the world,” Gates said on CNN's “Fareed Zakaria GPS” on Sunday. “No other country has this testing insanity.”
“A variety of early missteps by the U.S. and then the political atmosphere meant that we didn't get our testing going,” he said.
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Positive case of coronavirus reported at Thomas Jefferson Elementary in Clark County

Positive case of coronavirus reported at Thomas Jefferson Elementary in Clark County

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Another person in the Greater Clark County School district has tested positive for COVID-19.
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Ohio governor's conflicting COVID-19 tests raise backlash from skeptics of mask mandates

Ohio governor's conflicting COVID-19 tests raise backlash from skeptics of mask mandates

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The Ohio governor's positive, then negative, tests for COVID-19 have provided fuel for skeptics of government pandemic mandates.
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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine entered a pact to buy thousands of COVID-19 antigen tests. After a false positive, he's more skeptical

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine entered a pact to buy thousands of COVID-19 antigen tests. After a false positive, he's more skeptical

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for COVID-19 on August 6, but subsequent tests came back negative.
Speaking to CNN, the Republican governor said the experience points to issues that exist with rapid antigen tests.
Last week, DeWine and six other governors announced plans to pool their purchasing power to obtain hundreds of thousands of antigen tests.
Asked if he was going ahead with that plan, DeWine told CNN that "we've not made a decision."
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Tucker Carlson joined Trump in questioning whether Ruth Bader Ginsburg's...

Tucker Carlson joined Trump in questioning whether Ruth Bader Ginsburg's dying wish is real, and called it 'pathetic'

Summary List Placement Fox News host Tucker Carlson echoed President Donald Trump in casting doubt on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's family's account of her dying wish, remarking "If it... Read more ...

Boris Johnson's government tells people to work from home just weeks after...

Boris Johnson's government tells people to work from home just weeks after warning home-workers they risk the sack

Summary List Placement Boris Johnson will today urge people to work from home if they can in order to stop a spike in coronavirus infections, just weeks after launching a back... Read more ...

Intel given greenlight to supply some products to Huawei

Intel given greenlight to supply some products to Huawei

Intel has received licences from U.S. authorities to continue supplying certain products to Huawei Technologies, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. Read more ...

China is reportedly sending Tibetans to work in military-style labor...

China is reportedly sending Tibetans to work in military-style labor training camps, echoing the persecution of Uighurs in Xinjiang

Summary List Placement China is rounding up hundreds of thousands of rural Tibetans and sending them to harsh training centers similar to those used to detain Uighurs Muslims... Read more ...

Fire rips through Braintree business

Fire rips through Braintree business

A fire tore through a Braintree business early Tuesday. Read more ...

Top Republicans appear to give Trump just enough support to confirm a...

Top Republicans appear to give Trump just enough support to confirm a replacement for Justice Ginsburg

Summary List Placement Republicans in the Senate appear to have given President Donald Trump the support he would need to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat... Read more ...

Already down 13%, Big Tech stocks have plenty more room to fall, analysts say

Already down 13%, Big Tech stocks have plenty more room to fall, analysts say

Good morning. The risk-off mood is growing after yesterday's big drops on the Dow and S&P. The bad news: analysts think there's still further room to fall- particularly with... Read more ...

Sen. Cory Gardner, a Colorado Republican, reverses 2016 position and now...

Sen. Cory Gardner, a Colorado Republican, reverses 2016 position and now says he will vote to fill a Supreme Court vacancy in an election year

Summary List Placement US Senator Cory Gardner, a Colorado Republican on track to be voted out this November, said Monday that he is willing to support President Donald Trump's... Read more ...

$1.3 TRILLION in dirty money may have been laundered through Deutsche Bank...

$1.3 TRILLION in dirty money may have been laundered through Deutsche Bank over two decades

Germany's largest lender, Deutsche Bank, appears to have facilitated more than half of the $2 trillion of suspicious transactions that were flagged by the US government between... Read more ...

Betsy DeVos is under investigation for potentially violating the Hatch Act...

Betsy DeVos is under investigation for potentially violating the Hatch Act when she slammed Joe Biden in a Fox News interview

Summary List Placement Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is being investigated by the Office of the Special Counsel for potentially violating the Hatch Act when she slammed... Read more ...