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Bernie Sanders’ Campaign Co-Chair Compares Voting For Biden To Eating Half Of A ‘Bowl Of Sh–‘

Bernie Sanders’ campaign co-chair Nina Turner reportedly has said that voting for Joe Biden is like eating half of a “bowl of sh**”. Peter Nicholas of The Atlantic quoted Turner of making the statement in his latest article titled “Don’t Count Trump Out.” Nicholas wrote that Biden “symbolizes a brand ... Read More »

The coronavirus blame game begins

with help from Sarah Ferris BLAME GAME — Congress is on track to let the beefed up unemployment benefits expire at the end of this week — and the preemptive finger-pointing on Capitol Hill has already begun. Heading into the weekend, Democratic leaders hammered Republicans for waiting until this month ... Read More »

95-Year-Old WWII Vet Gets Emotional As Locals Drive By & Thank Him For His Services: “Never Surrender”

A 95-year-old World War II veteran got the surprise of his life on Saturday as area residents in Torrington, Connecticut showed overwhelming gratitude for his services and the American flag. Veteran John Mostracola was greeted by dozens of cars with American flags at the corner where he sits every day. ... Read More »

Palestinians: Settler vandals firebomb West Bank mosque

RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — The Palestinian Authority said Monday that a group of Israeli settlers has tried to burn down a mosque near the West Bank city of Ramallah. Hussam Abu al-Rub, the Palestinian deputy minister for religious affairs, said settlers attacked the mosque after midnight, spray painting anti-Palestinian ... Read More »

Pilgrims arrive in Mecca for downsized hajj amid pandemic

In this July 26, 2020 photo, a Saudi security officer motions to an ambulance at a checkpoint in the Mecca region ahead of the annual hajj pilgrimage. The Islamic pilgrimage has been dramatically downsized this year with only a few thousand residents of Saudi Arabia permitted to take part due ... Read More »

UN says Afghan civilian casualties down by 13% this year

FILE – In this March 6, 2020, filer photo, an Afghan security personnel stand guard after an attack in Kabul, Afghanistan. he U.N. mission in Afghanistan report released on Monday, July 27, 2020, has noted a drop in the number of civilians killed in violence in the first six months ... Read More »

North Korea's Kim marks war anniversary amid virus concerns

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has visited a national cemetery and handed out commemorative pistols to army officers, state media reported Monday, as he pushes to muster public support for efforts to contain a potential coronavirus outbreak. On Sunday, North Korea said that Kim ... Read More »

How the global climate fight could be lost if Trump is re-elected

<img class="caas-img has-preview" alt="Photograph: Noah Berger/AP” src=”” data-src=””> Photograph: Noah Berger/AP It was a balmy June day in 2017 when Donald Trump took to the lectern in the White House Rose Garden to announce the US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, the only comprehensive global pact to tackle the ... Read More »

Coronavirus in South Africa: Why the low fatality rate may be misleading

Children keep safe distancing as they queue at a food distribution organised by the grassroots charity Hunger Has No Religion, in Westbury, Johannesburg, on May 19, 2020. As coronavirus infections surge, at ferocious speed, across South Africa, I’ve spent the last couple of weeks driving through this huge country trying ... Read More »

AP PHOTOS: Young Israelis play leading role in new protests

An Israeli family pose for a photo during a protest against Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, outside his residence in Jerusalem, Thursday, July 23, 2020. Hebrew on sign reads “. The wave of colorful and combative demonstrations against Netanyahu and his perceived failure to handle the country’s deepening economic crisis ... Read More »