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    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is reportedly pointing fingers at others for the Democratic Party's underperformance in the 2020 election. In a recent call with donors, the New York Democrat admitted his party's best chances of reclaiming a majority in the upper chamber of Congress were squashed, according to Axios. He blamed failed North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham's extramarital affair and Maine Sen. Susan Collins's opposition to filling the Supreme Court vacancy left by the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Schumer apparently boiled down Cunningham's loss in North Carolina to the fact he "couldn't keep his zipper up." He allegedly made the zipper comments on multiple calls with donors. The Washington Examiner reached out to Schumer's office for comment but did not immediately hear back. Republicans currently hold a slight majority in the upper chamber of Congress, but special elections in Georgia leave the future party's...
    By BRIAN MAHONEY, AP Basketball Writer The Denver Nuggets don't sound like an underdog. Jamal Murray believes they should be leading the Western Conference finals. They aren't, though they say there is still a long way to go in the series. If the Los Angeles Lakers don't start playing better, the Nuggets might be right. Outplayed for much of the last 1 1/2 games, the top-seeded Lakers look to regain control of the series when the teams play Game 4 on Thursday night. The Lakers were careless with the ball and not disciplined enough on defense in Game 2, when they needed Anthony Davis' 3-pointer as time expired to avoid a loss. Instead of cutting down on their turnovers and fouls, Los Angeles repeated them in Game 3, helping the Nuggets build a big lead on their way to a 114-106 victory that cut the Lakers' lead to 2-1. “It’s...
    The Denver Nuggets don’t sound like an underdog. Jamal Murray believes they should be leading the Western Conference finals. They aren’t, though they say there is still a long way to go in the series. If the Los Angeles Lakers don’t start playing better, the Nuggets might be right. Outplayed for much of the last 1 1/2 games, the top-seeded Lakers look to regain control of the series when the teams play Game 4 on Thursday night. The Lakers were careless with the ball and not disciplined enough on defense in Game 2, when they needed Anthony Davis’ 3-pointer as time expired to avoid a loss. Instead of cutting down on their turnovers and fouls, Los Angeles repeated them in Game 3, helping the Nuggets build a big lead on their way to a 114-106 victory that cut the Lakers’ lead to 2-1. “It’s not going to be winning ingredients...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may once again collect coronavirus-related hospital data, White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said. In mid-July, hospitals were instructed to bypass the CDC and send daily patient information directly to a central database operated by the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. However, speaking at the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion earlier this week, Birx said a “revolutionary new data system” is underway so data collection can be moved back to the CDC, though she did not specify a timeframe. White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx speaks to reporters in the rotunda of the State Capitol in Lincoln, Neb., Friday, Aug. 14, 2020. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik) CAN NECK GAITERS REDUCE CORONAVIRUS DROPLET SPREAD? EXPERTS WEIGH IN “We have an interim system, it is solely an interim, to get daily reports from hospitals of new admissions,”...
    (Bloomberg) – Europe is once again tightening some restrictions on public life, as the summer parties could reignite the spread of the coronavirus. European authorities, concerned that returning vacationers could spread COVID-19 in workplaces and schools, are caught between fostering an economic recovery and the threat of a widespread outbreak. Concerns led Spain and Italy to close nightclubs and Greece to restrict bar and restaurant hours in hopes of avoiding stricter measures after the holiday season ends. “We cannot waste the sacrifices made in recent months,” Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said in a Facebook post. The Government also made the use of protective masks mandatory between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. in public places and in outdoor spaces, such as squares and streets, where crowds can gather. German Chancellor Angela Merkel followed the same line and, at a meeting of her CDU party in Berlin, said that the increase...
    Bradley Cortright July 5, 2020 0 Comments Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) is telling Baltimore’s leaders to “regain control” of the city in a statement on Sunday afternoon. Hogan wrote, “While we welcome peaceful protests and constructive dialogue on whether and how to put certain monuments in context or move them to museums or storage through a legal process, lawlessness, vandalism, and destruction of property are completely unacceptable.” “That is the antithesis of democracy and should be condemned by everyone, regardless of their politics. Baltimore City leaders need to regain control of their streets and immediately start making them safer,” he added.Read the statement below: Today I issued the following statement on events in Baltimore City. City leaders need to regain control of their own streets and immediately start making them safer. pic.twitter.com/lnCAxjKvAG— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) July 5, 2020Hogan’s comments come after protesters in Baltimore tore down a statue of...
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called on the leaders of Baltimore to step in and take back control of the city from protesters after a group toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus. Hogan, a Republican, said that the city of Baltimore was responsible for maintaining peace and stepping in when public property is destroyed, such as the Columbus statue that was torn down and rolled into the city's Inner Harbor on Saturday. "While we welcome peaceful protests and constructive dialogue on whether and how to put certain monuments in context or move them to museums or storage through a legal process, lawlessness, vandalism, and destruction of public property are completely unacceptable," Hogan said in a Sunday statement. "That is the antithesis of democracy and should be condemned by everyone, regardless of their politics. Baltimore City leaders need to regain control of their own streets and immediately start making them...
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) called on Baltimore officials to “regain control of their own streets” after protesters toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus in the city over the weekend. “While we welcome peaceful protests and constructive dialogue on whether and how to put certain monuments in context or move them to museums or storage through a legal process, lawlessness, vandalism and destruction of public property are completely unacceptable,” Hogan said in a statement Sunday. “That is the antithesis of democracy and should be condemned by everyone, regardless of their politics. Baltimore City leaders need to regain control of their own streets and immediately start making them safer,” Hogan added. Today I issued the following statement on events in Baltimore City. City leaders need to regain control of their own streets and immediately start making them safer. pic.twitter.com/lnCAxjKvAG— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) July 5, 2020 Protesters tore down the...
    Following the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in Beijing, eight million people will be tested there for the coronavirus. As of Sunday, 7.7 million tests had been delivered in the capital, which has 20 million inhabitants, according to local authorities. After the detection of an outbreak in a market in a district of Beijing, level two security was put in place and certain districts of the capital put in containment. Whoever wants to leave Beijing, must now present a negative coronavirus test and cannot go to risk areas. Since this rebound, 300 infections have been confirmed in the megalopolis. At least half a million dead worldwide Following the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in Beijing, eight million people will be tested there for the new coronavirus. As of Sunday, 7.7 million tests had been delivered in the capital, which has 20 million inhabitants, according to local authorities. After the detection...
    Coronavirus — The US Government is analyzing a new strategy to detect and attend COVID-19 cases while governors announced new restrictions. The new daily record of infections of COVID-19 in state United, with almost 40 thousand new infections in the last 24 hours, has alerted the federal and state authorities of the country, which began to take measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus and to consider other strategies. While in the states with the most cases at the start of the pandemic, the number of infections continues to decrease, in places like California, Texas, Arizona and Florida infection numbers have grown substantially in recent days. To face this situation, several governors have already expressed their intention to limit social congregations, order the compulsory use of face masks in public and consider the option of reissuing an order to lockdownAmong other measures, and the White House is...
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