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Tara Reade’s Law School Friend Says She Told Him She Was Assaulted

Another person has come forward corroborating aspects of 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden’s accuser Tara Reade’s allegations.  Joseph Backholm is at least the eighth person to corroborate aspects of Reade’s claims, following her mother, brother, ex-husband, former neighbor, former coworker and at least of her two friends. Backholm says that Reade told him, “When I was in Washington, D.C. I ...

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May Jobs Report: 2.5 Million Jobs Gained, Unemployment Falls To 13.5%

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The U.S. economy gained 2.5 million jobs in May, while the unemployment declined to 13.5%, according to Department of Labor data released Friday. Total non-farm payroll employment rose by 2.5 million in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics report, and the number of unemployed persons fell by 2.1 million to 21.0 million. May’s unemployment rate declined by 1.4 ...

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Michigan Anti-Lockdown Protesters Had Their Phone Data Tracked — Floyd Protesters Did Not

Phone data from about 400 activists in Michigan’s capital who protested coronavirus-related government orders was reportedly collected by a progressive advocacy group. The same group has not collected similar data from George Floyd protesters. The Committee to Protect Medicare and Affordable Care under the direction of Dr. Rob Davidson, a former Democratic congressional candidate, used cell phone data generated by ...

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Fake Trump Campaign Website Redirects Visitors To A Left Wing Group’s Donation Page

A fake President Donald Trump re-election campaign website is directing visitors to the Democratic Party’s digital fundraising arm, which in turn is asking them to donate money to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. A website called LocalTrump2020.com is directing visitors to left-wing group ActBlue’s donation page, which is requesting visitors donate to the NAACP, according to ...

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Antifa Marked Richmond Federal Courthouse For Potential Arson, FBI Document Warns

A federal courthouse in Richmond, Virginia, was vandalized with a mark indicating it was designated as a target for potential arson by antifa, according to an FBI report obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation. The FBI report, issued Tuesday, said the graffiti was spotted one day after unidentified individuals believed to be associated with a local “anarchist/ANTIFA group” were ...

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Police Unions Abandon Biden After He Promotes Cop Reform

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden earlier in his career demonstrated support for police officers and their organized groups, but some in the law enforcement community claim he’s switched views amid the George Floyd riots. Officers are finding themselves on the receiving end of mass violence in the midst of countrywide demonstrations that have resulted from the untimely death of George ...

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Coronavirus Vaccine May Require Double Injections

An eventual coronavirus vaccine will likely require two separate injections, possibly a month apart, due to the newness of the virus, according to a Harvard professor. A double vaccine might be the only option to build immunity against the respiratory infection as COVID-19’s properties are so new to the world that people are not able to produce antibodies to effectively ...

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Murkowski Praises Mattis, Says She’s Unsure If She Will Vote For Trump

Republican Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski expressed support for former Defense Secretary James Mattis on Thursday after he harshly criticized President Trump in a statement originally published in The Atlantic. Murkowski described Mattis’ statement as “true and honest and necessary” before admitting that she has struggled with the decision over whether she will vote for the president in November. “When I ...

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George Floyd’s Texas Hometown Full Of Peaceful Demonstrations With Less Violence Than Other Cities

In George Floyd’s hometown of Houston, Texas, tens of thousands have shown up to protest his yet but the city has seen fewer instances of violence. Floyd spent most of his life in Houston’s Third Ward, the city is America’s fourth-largest and most diverse. Protesters gathered in downtown Houston on Tuesday afternoon holding signs protesting Floyd’s death and called attention ...

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1.9 Million New Jobless Claims this Week

The U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday that about 1.9 million new jobless claims were filed over the past week. The latest data showed a roughly 249,000 decrease in claims from the previous week’s numbers, showing that 1,877,000 new jobless claims were filed in the week ending May 30. Data from the previous week showed roughly a 323,000 decrease in claims from the prior week’s numbers. ...

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Michigan Anti-Lockdown Protesters Had Their Phone Data Tracked: Report

Phone data from around 400 protestors, who descended on Michigan’s capital in late April to protest COVID-19-related government orders, was reportedly collected by a liberal advocacy group, a Tuesday report alleges. The Committee to Protect Medicare and Affordable Care group used cell phone data generated by an application called VoteMap to track the movements of the rally’s attendees after they ...

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Armed Minneapolis Residents Reportedly Question Visitors, Guard Neighborhoods Amid ‘State Failure’

Armed residents in Minneapolis have reportedly formed enclaves to protect their neighborhoods in the epicenter of mass nationwide violence. Men dawning rifles, bats and handguns question visitors about their intentions and convene in neighborhood watch groups to detect suspicious activity. Residents watching the destruction in parts of Minnesota have since stocked up fire retardants and make conscious efforts to remove ...

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‘It Was Insane’: State Officials Slam CDC For Letting Potentially COVID-Infected Air Travelers Into US 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s system to track potentially infected air travelers went offline during the early part of the pandemic, causing local officials to worry that coronavirus infections would increase without good data, according to The New York Times. Local health officials contacted the CDC to express concern that infected travelers could begin mixing with the general ...

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DC’s Mail-In Voting Mired In Confusion As Nation Debates How To Handle November Elections

Confusion over mail-in ballots caused voting in the Washington D.C. primary to stretch late into the night Tuesday, according to the DCist. D.C.’s primary election, plagued by complaints from voters who said they never received mail-in ballots, comes amid debate over the security and efficiency of voting by mail. Many D.C. voters complained they never received mail-in ballots, according to ...

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