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China Threatens To Sanction US Politicians For Criticizing Coronavirus Misinformation

China has threatened to sanction United States politicians for criticizing the country’s coronavirus misinformation. In a report published by China’s Global Times Thursday, unnamed analysts warn that four U.S. Congress members will be put on China’s sanctions list, including Republican Sens. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas. The report also mentions a number of other prominent ...

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GOP Lawmaker Breaks Ranks, Will Vote For Pelosi’s Coronavirus Package

An outgoing Republican lawmaker says he will buck his party to vote for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s coronavirus stimulus package, a bill that includes a slate of progressive measures. New York Rep. Peter King confirmed to The Hill that he plans to vote for House Democrats’s HEROES Act, a $3 trillion relief package for Americans suffering financially from the coronavirus ...

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Trump Plans To Extend Border Restrictions Indefinitely: Report

The Trump administration is preparing an order that will extend current border restrictions indefinitely until a top public health official declares the novel coronavirus is no longer a threat, The New York Times reported Wednesday. The White House plans to keep border restrictions in place until it decides the coronavirus outbreak is not a significant threat to the public anymore, ...

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Two Of US’s Most Popular National Parks Reopen After Officials Closed Them Over COVID Concerns

Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons will begin reopening to the public next week after they were closed due to concerns officials had related to the coronavirus pandemic. The parks will open to the public on May 18 after officials closed them to visitors March 24 due to the pandemic, the National Park Service noted in a pair of ...

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California County Caves To Let Tesla Reopen After Musk Floated Moving The Plant To Texas

Elon Musk may reopen his Tesla factory within a week provided the electric vehicle maker meets safety requirements, local California officials announced Wednesday. Tesla can reopen its Fremont, Calif., plant as soon as May 18 if the company meets an agreed upon safety measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Alameda County Public Health Department said in a press ...

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Turn Off the Fauci!

Turn off the Fauci! “The history of this when we look back will be wrong prediction after wrong prediction after wrong prediction… As much as I respect you, Dr. Fauci, I don’t think you’re the end-all, I don’t think you’re the one person that gets to make a decision.” – Sen. Rand Paul This is what Senator Rand Paul told ...

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‘This Business Can’t Survive’: NoVA Gym Owners Feel The Pain Of Delayed Reopening

Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday that Northern Virginia will not open until at least May 29.  The decision will further delay the opening of Joseph and Margaret Strada’s Manassas Park business, Unleash’d Strength Gym. “We’re just completely baffled as to why they keep changing the narrative on us,” Margaret Strada told the Daily Caller News Foundation.  Four days ...

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These States Banned Religious Gatherings But Kept Liquor Stores Open

Several states have banned religious gatherings due to the coronavirus but allow liquor stores to remain open. California, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Minnesota, Illinois, New York, and Vermont prohibited in-person religious gatherings as the coronavirus took hold of the United States. “The Governor never restricted religious freedom or banned religious services,” a spokeswoman for Democratic Vermont Gov. Phil Scott told ...

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Speaker Pelosi’s Coronavirus Bill Includes Billions For Illegal Aliens

House Democrats released the HEROES Act on Tuesday, a $3 trillion spending package intended to bring relief to state and local governments, and Americans, suffering from the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The legislation, if signed into law, would allow individuals who file taxes with a Taxpayer Identification Number to be eligible for stimulus money — which would ...

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Democrats’ New $3 Trillion COVID Stimulus Includes The Word ‘Cannabis’ 68 Times

The $3 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill House Democrats introduced Tuesday includes provisions that would provide a safe harbor for banks to provide loans and other services to “cannabis-related legitimate businesses.” The measures would prohibit federal banking regulators from taking adverse actions against financial institutions that provide services to businesses that cultivate, produce, manufacture, sell, transport, display or purchase cannabis products ...

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‘False Dichotomy’: Tim Scott Says ‘Goalposts’ For Flattening The Curve Keep Moving

Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott said at Tuesday’s Senate hearing that while America has done a “pretty good job” of flattening the curve of the coronavirus outbreak, the “goalposts” for moving beyond lockdowns have kept moving. Scott warned that adverse effects of continued lockdowns are being ignored. The senator said that “when we set out to flatten the curve ...

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Trump Halts Federal Retirement Investments In Chinese Funds

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President Donald Trump will cut the federal government’s retirement fund investments in Chinese equities, according to a Monday letter obtained by Fox Business. The White House does not want federal employee retirement funds to have money invested in Chinese equities, national Security Adviser Robert O’Brien and National Economic Council Chair Larry Kudlow said in a letter to U.S. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia ...

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Northam To Delay Reopening Northern Virginia

Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said Monday he is coordinating delaying the reopening of Northern Virginia. The Virginia governor said at a Monday briefing that though most of Virginia will be able to begin reopening some businesses on Friday, Northern Virginia is “not there yet” and may need to delay reopening after speaking with leaders in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, Loudoun County and Prince William County. ...

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Twitter Rolls Out COVID Misinformation Warning Labels. Will They Target Chinese Officials Who Blame US For Outbreak?

Twitter will now slap warning labels and other messages on coronavirus-related content the company deems harmful but perhaps not harmful enough to warrant removal. The social media company will begin providing additional context and warning messages on some tweets containing disputed or misleading information about the pandemic, Twitter announced in a blog post Monday. Twitter’s move comes as Chinese officials engage in ...

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