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Watch: President Trump Participates in a National Dialogue on Reopening America’s Schools

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump join administration officials, teachers, administrators and students in a conversation about safely returning our children to school in the fall. The event is scheduled to begin at 12:15 p.m. EDT and the president and first lady will join at 3:00 p.m. EDT. Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through ...

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Millions Of Potential Coronavirus Vaccine Doses Already Being Made, NIH Director Says

Millions of potential coronavirus vaccine doses are being made before testing has been completed to expedite the process, National Institutes of Health director Francis S. Collins told New York Magazine. At least four vaccines are being prepared for large-scale testing involving 30,000 volunteers, which could begin this month, said Collins, New York Magazine reported. Pharmaceutical company Novavax became the fourth ...

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Op-Ed: President Trump, the Corrupt CDC Needs Your Attention Now!

President Trump has been proved right again with another shockingly successful hydroxychloroquine study, done by the Henry Ford Health System and published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases.  This new explosive study proves the experts at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) have been proved wrong—again. Those experts have often said that the ...

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Drug Trump Frequently Touts Helped COVID-19 Patients Survive, Study Claims

Researched published Friday suggests that hydroxychloroquine helped some patients survive the coronavirus while staying in the hospital. President Donald Trump touted the drug in April, telling reporters at the time that the anti-malarial drug is showing “tremendous promise.” Other research published in June found that the use of hydroxychloroquine “was not associated with either a greatly lowered or an increased risk” of ...

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Most Americans Plan to Stay Home this July 4th

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America’s birthday will look very different this year – with more than 60% of us staying home and avoiding gatherings with others. That’s the finding of new Harris Poll data released today as the country heads into the holiday weekend. While citizens remain divided on issues of race, politics and culture, we are united as ever on the importance of ...

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Trump Effect: 4.8 Million Jobs Added in June, Unemployment At 11.1%

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The U.S. economy gained 4.8 million jobs in June, while the unemployment declined to 11.1% , according to Department of Labor data released Friday. Total non-farm payroll employment rose by 4.8 million in June, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics report, and the number of unemployed persons fell by 3.2 million to 17.8 million. These numbers mark the second ...

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Potential COVID-19 Vaccine Bolstered Immune Response In Trials

A coronavirus vaccine spearheaded by Pfizer and BioNTech bolstered immune response to the virus in some, but in others — especially in large doses — the experimental drug caused fevers and other side effects, a study released Wednesday by Pfizer revealed. Researchers reported “moderate increases” in immune response to the COVID-19 pathogen in those that received low and medium doses ...

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Survey: 8 in 10 Small Businesses Have Re-Opened in Some Capacity

A new survey of small to medium size business (SMB) owners conducted by the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) and The Strawhecker Group (TSG) released today found that eight in ten small and medium businesses (SMBs) that were closed at some point during the COVID-19 pandemic have reopened in some capacity. The survey also found that the majority of SMBs (55 percent) are ...

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United Airlines Adds Nearly 25,000 Flights in August

Airline triples the schedule size compared to June 2020Scheduled to only fly 40% of August 2019 levelsExtends change fee waiver for new bookings through July 31 United Airlines today announced it is tripling the size of its August schedule compared to its June 2020 schedule, adding nearly 25,000 domestic and international flights compared to July 2020, and plans to fly 40% of its ...

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Tone Deaf: House Dems Introduce 538-Page Plan ‘Solving’ Climate Change Amid Pandemic, Economic Downturn

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a 538-page climate plan Tuesday that is designed to eliminate the U.S. economy’s contributions to global warming. The plan seeks to address climate change through a combination of government mandates, tax incentives and revamped infrastructure, according to the Washington Post. The proposal comes as lawmakers and citizens respond to a pandemic that has killed ...

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Seattle Doctor Charged with COVID Relief Fraud

A Seattle doctor was taken into custody today on allegations that he fraudulently sought over $3 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Dr. Eric R. Shibley, 41, of Seattle, Washington, was charged by criminal complaint, unsealed today upon his arrest, in the Western District of Washington with one count of wire fraud and one count of bank fraud.  He ...

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Feds Warn of COVID-19 Contact Tracing Fraud Schemes

In continued efforts to fight fraud connected to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Justice, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Federal Trade Commission are partnering to alert the public of emerging threats to steal money and sensitive information through contact tracing scams. Contact tracing is a process underway to identify people who have come in contact ...

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‘Partisan Opportunism’: WSJ Disputes Liberals’ Coronavirus Comparisons Of US And Europe

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The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board cautioned against condemning America’s response to the coronavirus, calling comparisons between the U.S. and Europe “partisan opportunism.” The publication’s editorial board said Sunday that liberals blaming the Trump administration for the upsurge in infection cases have been partisan attacks, though it noted that the administration is also often too optimistic. The WSJ specifically cited ...

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American Academy Of Pediatrics Urges Schools To Reopen In Fall

The American Academy of Pediatrics issued guidance on Thursday urging school systems across the country to have students physically present in schools at the start of the upcoming academic year in the fall. The AAP, which represents more than 67,000 pediatricians, said that there was mounting evidence showing that children are less likely to become infected with COVID-19, and if ...

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Biden Floats Issuing An Executive Order Requiring Every American To Wear Masks

Former Vice President Joe Biden floated the idea Thursday of issuing an executive order requiring all Americans to wear masks to curb the spread of coronavirus. Wearing a mask can make the difference between life and death in some circumstances, Biden told a CBS affiliate in Pittsburgh. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee suggested that making masks a requirement could help ...

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