Pence named Trump’s coronavirus czar amid health fears

Pence named Trump’s coronavirus czar amid health fears

US President Trump has appointed his Vice-President Mike Pence to coordinate the government response to the coronavirus outbreak. Both men told a White House news conference that the...

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Multiple deaths in mass shooting at Molson Coors brewery in Milwaukee

Multiple deaths in mass shooting at Molson Coors brewery in Milwaukee

Multiple people were killed Wednesday in a shooting on the Molson Coors Brewing Co. campus, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said. The dead include the shooter, said Barrett, who...

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MSM’s insatiable anti-Sanders venom forces them to dig through archives & smear veteran American reporter (because Russia!)

MSM’s insatiable anti-Sanders venom forces them to dig through archives & smear veteran American reporter (because Russia!)

Mainstream outlets are so determined to derail Bernie Sanders’s campaign they’ll dig up a 2016 interview of his wife with RT's late host Ed Schultz – shot before...

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Gunman killed 5 at Milwaukee brewery complex in Wisconsin: Police

Gunman killed 5 at Milwaukee brewery complex in Wisconsin: Police

MILWAUKEE: An employee opened fire Wednesday at Milwaukee's Molson Coors complex, killing five fellow workers before taking his own life, police said.The gunman was identified as a 51-year-old...

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US, South Korea postpone joint exercises over virus

US, South Korea postpone joint exercises over virus

SEOUL - The US and South Korean militaries on Thursday postponed forthcoming joint exercises due to the coronavirus outbreak, they said, as the Asian country reported 334 new...

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Tech giants free to censor content under US Constitution: ruling

Tech giants free to censor content under US Constitution: ruling

LOS ANGELES - Tech giants including Google are free to censor content as they wish, a US court ruled Wednesday, in a landmark freedom-of-speech case concerning private internet...

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Indigenous protests escalate after Canada rail blockades cleared

Indigenous protests escalate after Canada rail blockades cleared

OTTAWA - Two days after police cleared an indigenous blockade of a key Canadian rail artery east of Toronto, protesters were back Wednesday lighting fires on tracks and...

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Norway authorises demolition of building with Picasso murals

Norway authorises demolition of building with Picasso murals

OSLO - Norway gave the go-ahead on Wednesday for the demolition of a bomb-damaged building adorned with drawings by Spanish master painter Pablo Picasso. The government, which ruled...

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Moscow police seize homemade 'Batmobile'

Moscow police seize homemade 'Batmobile'

MOSCOW - A homemade vehicle bearing a striking resemblance to the "Batmobile" featured in a recent Batman film has been seized in central Moscow, Russia's interior ministry announced....

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