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Newsweek
Nov 24, 2020

Lindsey Graham Calls Biden, Pelosi and Schumer 'Trifecta from Hell,' Says They'll End Electoral College
If Republicans lose Georgia's special election and Democrats gain control of the Senate, "it would fundamentally change the country as we know it," Graham said.

Newsweek
Nov 24, 2020

Three Thanksgiving Asteroids to Zoom Past Earth This Week, Ahead of Lunar Eclipse
One of the space rocks measures nearly 160 feet in diameter.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

New York Restaurant Diners Chant 'F*** Cuomo' Over COVID Restrictions as Thanksgiving Nears
Several sheriffs and a New York City council member have said they plan to ignore the governor's new rules, calling them unconstitutional.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Lindsey Graham Agrees He's 'Cheap' After Gowdy Jokingly Complains About Christmas Gift
"The box was more expensive than the present I got," former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy told Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) while describing a Christmas gift he had received from the senator during a Monday night discussion on Fox News.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Senator Durbin Wants to Replace Feinstein as Top-Ranking Dem on Judiciary Committee
"The to-do list for the Senate Judiciary Committee is long, and of critical importance to the future progress of our country," Senator Dick Durbin said Monday.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'Dancing With the Stars' Finale: Did Kaitlyn Bristowe Win the Mirrorball Trophy? Find Out in Tonight's Wrap-Up
The final episode of season 29 delivered an emotional and dramatic night of dancing.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Trump Lawyer Still Insisting He 'Won By a Landslide' After GSA Allows Biden Transition
"The election was stolen and President Trump won by a landslide," President Donald Trump's legal adviser Jenna Ellis claimed during an MSNBC appearance on Monday.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Progressives Rail Against Biden Considering Rahm Emanuel for a Cabinet Position: 'Covering Up a Murder Is Disqualifying'
President-elect Joe Biden has downgraded his possible role for Rahm Emanuel into a less prominent trade representative position, but progressives say he shouldn't be in consideration for anything.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'Remember the Titans' School to be Renamed, Replacing Segregationist Name
The movie was made for Disney, but some underlying truths about the school district got wiped away Monday night.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Michigan County Board Supports Impeaching Democratic Governor Whitmer
Members of the Kalkaska County, Michigan Board of Commissioners plan on sending a resolution calling for Governor Gretchen Whitmer's impeachment to the state legislature.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Rush Limbaugh, Michigan, GSA Hammer Nails Into Coffin of Trump's Election Fraud Claims
Trump needed to flip at least three states to pull his current Electoral College total past the winning line, but his path to victory has narrowed to virtually non-existent.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Jim Acosta Says WH Officials First Heard About Trump Accepting Transition on CNN
"They are learning this for the first time on CNN," CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta said on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted in approval of an official letter sent to President-elect Joe Biden that declared him the "apparent president-elect."

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GSA Chief Says She Faced Threats to Family, Staff and Pets for Holding Up Biden Transition
"Even in the face of thousands of threats," GeneraI Services Administration Administrator Emily Murphy wrote Monday, "I always remained committed to upholding the law."

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GOP Senator Urges Trump to Help Biden Admin Succeed, Says 'People Remember the Last Thing You Do'
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) urged President Donald Trump to "put the country first and have a prompt and orderly transition to help the new administration succeed" on Monday.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Read GSA Administrator Emily Murphy's Full Letter Telling Biden Formal Transition Can Begin
"I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official—including those who work at the White House or GSA—with regard to the substance or timing of my decision," the GSA chief wrote.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GSA Tells Biden Transition Can Formally Begin As Trump Vows to Continue Election Lawsuits
With the General Services Administration recognizing Joe Biden as President-elect, Biden's transition teams will have access to more than $6 million in federal funds for the transition process.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Most Voters Don't Want Democrats to Control the Senate and House As Stimulus Deadlock Continues: Poll
A new poll suggests that most voters would prefer that partisan gridlock continue in Congress, with Republicans retaining control of the Senate in January's runoff elections and potentially acting as a firewall between the Democratic-controlled House and President-elect Joe Biden.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

With NFC East Historically Bad, Here Are The Worse Teams to Make NFL the Playoffs
All four NFC East teams have 3 wins apiece. Even if one of them won their last 6 games, that team would still make this list of teams with bad records going into the playoffs. One of these "bad record" teams won a Super Bowl.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

With NFC East Historically Bad, Here Are The Worst Teams to Make NFL the Playoffs
All four NFC East teams have 3 wins apiece. Even if one of them won their last 6 games, that team would still make this list of teams with bad records going into the playoffs. One of these "bad record" teams won a Super Bowl.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Liberals Finally Get Their Wish: Dianne Feinstein Says She's Out as Top Democrat on Judiciary Panel
Feinstein, the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, faced swift calls by progressive groups to step down from her post after praising Chairman Lindsey Graham for how he conducted the confirmation hearing of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Nearly Half of Americans Support Trump Running in 2024 As His Campaign Lawsuits Unravel: Poll
Some voters believe President Donald Trump should run for office again in 2024 while many of Trump's litigious efforts to remain president have failed.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

John Tesh Made Good on His Promise to Quit Twitter for Parler; Other Celebs, Not So Much
Not many of the public figures made good on their vows to abandon the social platform.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Rush Limbaugh Criticizes Trump Campaign for Hyping Up 'Blockbuster' Voter Fraud Evidence: 'Nothing Happened… Not Good'
"You call a gigantic press conference like that, one that lasts an hour," Limbaugh said. "And you announce massive bombshells, then you better have some bombshells."

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Democrats Urge Pelosi to Accept Smaller Stimulus Package to Ensure Relief By End of Year
"Biden wants something by the end of December, we ought to be able to find it," said Democratic Senator Tim Kaine.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Biden Admin to Feature 1st Women VP, Defense Sec, Treasury Sec and National Intel Director
So far in American history, all four roles have been filled exclusively by men.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'Transhood' Documentary Prompts HBO Boycott Calls From Conservatives
On Monday, some Twitter users called for TV lovers to boycott HBO based on the film "Transhood", stating it showed parents "brainwashing" their children to become transgender.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Pennsylvania Becomes First State to Suspend Alcohol Sales Ahead of Thanksgiving
Taking aim at COVID, the suspension applies to all bars and restaurants on the night before Thanksgiving, one of the biggest drinking nights of the year.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Great Scott: A Gift Guide for the 'Back to the Future' Fan in Your Life
There are plenty of "Back to the Future" gifts available for that special fan in your life, thanks to the film's 35th anniversary this year.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Michigan Officials Certify Joe Biden's Election Win After Donald Trump's Legal Challenges Fail
Michigan's Board of State Canvassers, comprising two Democrats and two Republicans, voted 3 to 0 with one abstention to certify the results.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

54% of Americans Against COVID Lockdowns in Their State Despite Surge of Infections
Seventy-seven percent of those surveyed said they supported a nationwide mask mandate, while 23 percent do not.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Fox News Media Follows the Hallmark Channel Into Christmas Movies
Fox News Media, the parent of Fox News, features three Christmas movies for the first time on it streaming service, Fox Nation.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Newt Gingrich Defends Parler After Concerns Are Raised Over the Platform's No-Banning Policy
The former Speaker of the House tweeted that the "idea that conservatives can speak freely on Parler is a 'threat to democracy.'"

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Republican Congressman Says GOP 'Embarrassing,' Calls on Party to 'Denounce' Trump's 'Conspiracy Theories'
"Our party needs to be better than giving credence to these insane conspiracy theories," Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois tweeted.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

11 Popular Wireless Doorbells Fail Basic Security Tests, Researchers Say
A new report from researchers based in the United Kingdom found nearly a dozen "smart" doorbells sold on Amazon and eBay posed significant threats to consumers' data privacy.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

As COVID Increases, Open State Florida Leads List of Thanksgiving Destinations for Air Travel This Year
According to a travel analytics firm, people are still flocking to Fort Myers and other locales in the Sunshine State—though overall numbers are down compared to 2019.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Marjorie Taylor Greene 'Solidly Convinced' Trump Won Georgia Despite State Certifying Biden's Win
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp certified the election results on Friday, which showed Biden besting Trump by more than 12,000 votes following an audit of the state's nearly 5 million ballots that was conducted by hand.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Wisconsin GOP Chair Says Republicans Are 'Trying to Disenfranchise People,' Amid Post-Election Turmoil
"To remove ballots legally cast by voters who did nothing wrong, and clerks who were just following the advice from the Wisconsin Elections Commission, is just wrong," Fond du Lac County's GOP chairman said.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

General Motors Aligns With Biden, Pulls Out of Lawsuit Supporting Trump
General Motors abandoned President Donald Trump on Monday, withdrawing support for a lawsuit against California's climate-change emissions standards.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Robert Reich: The Republicans' Legacy is Profiles in Cowardice | Opinion
In testing times like ours, democracy depends on moral courage. Don't come looking for it at the top of the GOP.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

More Than 4 Million Americans Have Recovered From COVID as Medications, Doctor Management Improves
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, approximately 4,500,000 Americans have recovered after contracting COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Best Pixar Films According to Critics
To celebrate the 25th-anniversary of 'Toy Story," the first Pixar movie, Stacker ranked every Pixar film according to its critical reception. You might be surprised what made #1.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Nintendo Cyber Deal Sale Cuts Game Prices Ahead of Black Friday
Get highly acclaimed titles like "Link's Awakening" and "Hades" on sale.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Bruce, the Last 'Jaws' Shark, Got His Name From Spielberg's Lawyer
The shark weighs a whopping 1,208 pounds, is 25-foot-long, and is 45 years old.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Clip of Ted Cruz Saying Democrats Would Say COVID 'Magically Better' Week After Biden Wins Resurfaces
"You won't even have to wait for Biden to be sworn in. All they'll need is Election Day," predicted the Texas GOP senator in July.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Post-Snailgate, Charli D'Amelio Welcomes 100 Million Followers and Trisha Paytas Has Fans Worried
D'Amelio's follower drop didn't last long at all.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Trump's Former Nat. Security Adviser Condemns Withdrawing Troops From Afghanistan: 'It's Abhorrent'
H.R. McMaster warned about potential threats to U.S. security that could arise after reducing military presence in Afghanistan early next year.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

John Cleese Faces Backlash From Fans for Tweets Perceived As Transphobic
The former Monty Python member didn't back down after siding with author J.K. Rowling.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GOP Senator Portman Says There's 'No Evidence' That Election Fraud Would Change Results 'in Any State'
Ohio Senator Rob Portman wrote in an op-ed that transition funds should be released to the President-elect Joe Biden's team and that the transition of power should be begin.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Sneak Peek: Watch 'The Voice' Coaches Pair Artists in Night 2 of Knockouts
The competition is heating up on Season 19 of "The Voice."

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

More Than 100 Republican National Security Experts Warn Trump's Refusal to Concede Risks 'Long-Term Damage'
"It is now time for the rest of the Republican leadership to put politics aside and insist that President Trump cease his dilatory and anti-democratic efforts," the former GOP officials wrote.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Third 'My Hero Academia' Animated Movie Teased With a Nod to 'The Three Musketeers'
The new visual shows Deku, Bakugo and Shoto in fresh hero gear.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Experts Predict 'Very Dark Couple of Months' Following Super-Spreader Holiday Gatherings
It only took six days for the U.S. to report 1 million new coronavirus infections last week, bringing the country's total above 12 million.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Trump Supporter Who Blew on Women Outside Virginia Golf Course Charged with Assault
Raymond Deskins, 61, was seen forcefully exhaling on two women while he wore a Donald Trump-themed inflatable and no mask in a video recorded at the president's Loudoun County golf course.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Ossoff Calls on Georgia Republicans Perdue and Loeffler to Require Masks at Events as COVID Surges
"I am calling on them to make the commitment today that they will require masks at their political events and that they will cease crowding people into these indoor spaces where there's this high risk of COVID being spread," Ossoff said Monday.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Thanksgiving Travel Forecast 2020: Winter Storm to Hit Midwest, Rockies With Snow and Rain
Denver is projected to get between 1 and 3 inches of snow, while areas west of the city are expected to see 6 to 12 inches.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Shark Bites Scientist's Leg During Expedition Studying Sperm Whales
The tiger shark responsible likely measured over 13 feet in length.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

What Hasan Minhaj Said About Dax Shepard in Viral Vanity Fair Interview
"You know how there's a whole class of white dudes, like just schlubby white dues who went to high school with me but now made it in showbiz?" the comedian said in the viral interview.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'Cyberpunk 2077' Leaks Are Making the Rounds Online Ahead of Game's December Release
One stream showed off 20 minutes of the game over the weekend, before it was deleted.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

A Third Of Parents Say Gathering With Family At Thanksgiving Is Worth COVID-19 Risk
A new survey found some parents may prioritize continuing holiday traditions over reducing the risk of transmitting the virus.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Debate: Is It Time for President Trump To Concede the 2020 Election? | Opinion
Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS.org and popular conservative columnist, debates Spencer Klavan, assistant editor of the Claremont Review of Books and The American Mind.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Should Trump Concede? Not Yet | Opinion
We don't stand for intimidation or take orders from journalists in this country. We believe in following through with the prescribed procedures of a free and fair election in full, until all parties are satisfied.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Should Trump Concede? Yes | Opinion
The longer both the president and his party remain trapped in a conspiracy scenario, the more likely they are to paint themselves into a corner from which there is no escape.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GOP Election Lawyer Who Represented Bush in 2000 Says Michigan Must Certify Election for Biden
"A refusal by the board to certify the results now would risk disenfranchising the state's voters—an unconscionable outcome antithetical to American democracy," attorney Benjamin Ginsburg wrote.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Customer Leaves $3,000 Tip at Ohio Restaurant Before It Voluntarily Closed Due to COVID
Nighttown in Cleveland got a generous parting gift, before it temporarily shut its doors due to safety concerns around the viral disease.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

The Weekend's Bandage-Covered AMAs Appearance Left Some Baffled
Apparently, those folks haven't been paying close attention to the singer's "After Hours" promotional cycle.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Despite GOP Pressure, Americans Doubt Donald Trump Will Concede Before Joe Biden Inauguration
The president has thus far refused to accept defeat and continues to insist Joe Biden's success comes as a result of foul play, despite having no evidence to substantiate that.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Will Donald Trump Pardon a Turkey This Year?
Two birds are on their way to the White House.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Israel Defense Forces Tank Dramatically Flips Over During Military Drill
Thousands have watched footage posted to social media that captured an IDF tank flipping over during a military exercise in the Jordan Valley.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Why Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID Vaccine Could Be More Important Than Pfizer and Moderna's in Ending Pandemic
"We have a vaccine for the world," said Professor Andrew Pollard from the University of Oxford. So, how does it compare to other contenders? What are its other advantages? And who might get it first?

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Life After Lockdown Revealed as U.K. COVID Cases Finally Fall
Stronger restrictions are expected to stay in place until Christmas when the U.K. hopes to see rules relaxed.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

How Do the AstraZeneca, Moderna and Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccines Differ? What We Know About Each
AstraZeneca announced the results of its late-stage trials Monday, following similar announcements by Moderna and Pfizer.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Prince William Praises New COVID Vaccine: 'I'm So Thrilled That You've Cracked It'
Prince William told researchers behind a new COVID vaccine that the hard work had been visible on their faces when he visited them in June.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

38 Percent of Independents Believe More Information Is Needed to Determine Who Won Presidential Election
According to a new poll by Monmouth University Polling Institute, the majority of those surveyed, 54 percent, believed that we have enough information regarding that vote count to know which candidate won the presidential race. However, a sizable minority, 44 percent, believed we don't.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'Black Narcissus' Cast: All the Main Stars of the 2020 FX Series
"Black Narcissus" is getting a new adaptation in 2020 on FX, with Gemma Arterton, Jim Broadbent and the late Dame Diana Rigg in the cast.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Stimulus Check May Boost Americans' Holiday Spending, but Is It Possible People Will Receive One Before Christmas?
Without the renewed financial assistance, 37 percent of people will spend less this holiday season than they did last year, a new poll says.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GOP Rep. Says 'Americans Choose Freedom' after More than 2 Million Fly over Weekend
Public health experts had advised the American people not to travel for Thanksgiving where possible.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Saudi Arabia Denies MBS Secretly Met Israeli Officials During Pompeo Visit
An Israeli cabinet minister appeared to suggest that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had traveled to Saudi Arabia, but the country's foreign minister denied it.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Tyler Perry Thanksgiving Giveaway Stretches for Five Miles As Cars Line Up for Free Food
The powerhouse actor, writer and director arranged the giveaway through his production company, Tyler Perry Studios.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Mystery Behind Banksy's Missing Bike Mural Solved
The bike, with a missing wheel, disappeared on Sunday morning.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

GOP Georgia Voting Official Worried Trump's Recount Request 'Running Election Officials Into the Ground' Before Runoffs
"This is a distraction at this point," Gabriel Sterling said, voicing frustration over the criticism Republican officials in his state have received.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Surgeon Dies of Heart Attack in Hospital Operating Room During Procedure
Dr. Mahdi al-Emari died after falling ill at the Khamis Mushait Civil Hospital in Saudi Arabia on Friday.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

It's 2020 so These Grandparents Sent Their Own Life-sized Cardboard Cutouts to Celebrate Thanksgiving
A Texan couple brainstormed creative new ways in which they could still celebrate Thanksgiving with their grandchildren after they were unable to make the holiday in person.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'The Flight Attendant': How to Watch the Kaley Cuoco Series Online for Free
"The Flight Attendant" is not released onto HBO Max until later this November, but the first episode is now streaming for free.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Los Angeles Hits 300 Homicides for First Time in 10 Years as LAPD Blighted by Budget Cuts
A 17-year-old boy became the 300th murder victim in Los Angeles this year after he was fatally shot when he was riding a motorbike near his home.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Will 'Rarely' Return to U.K. After Princess Eugenie Home Deal: Experts
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be "delighted" to let pregnant Princess Eugenie move into their U.K. home, but experts say it shows the couple's future trips to the country will be rare.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Trump Could Push Don Jr. and Ivanka in 2024, but Trumpism Is a Hard Sell Without Him
The president's children have been touted as potential successors should he not choose to run himself again in the future.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Sonic Drive-In Suspect Was Arrested for Using Someone Else's App to Order Food Days Before Shooting
Roberto Carlos Silva Jr. was arrested for identify theft days before the shooting, which left two Sonic employees dead and two others wounded.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'The Crown': Everything the Real Queen Has Said About the Netflix Show
"The Crown" has told the story of decades in the life of Queen Elizabeth II, leading Netflix viewers to wonder whether the real monarch has seen any of it.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Patrick Mahomes Pulls Off Career First As Chiefs Defeat Raiders
The reigning Super Bowl MVP threw a go-ahead touchdown pass in the final two minutes of a game for the first time in his career.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

ICU Nurse's Viral Twitter Post Shows Her Shocking Before and After Pandemic Photos
Powerful tweet of nurse's face pre-heath crisis and during the crisis outlines how exhausted medical workers are.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Woman Smashes Glass Over Boyfriend's Head For Not Having Dinner Ready, Police Say
Stacy Rose Zelaya-Sheff has been charged with domestic violence after her boyfriend told police she became irate and violent.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Is Las Vegas Open? Nevada COVID Restrictions Explained
Nevada's "Statewide Pause" will go into effect on Tuesday and the measures will last for three weeks.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Could Britons Get Their Hands on Pfizer Vaccine Before the U.S.?
Britain has ordered 40 million doses of Pfizer's COVID vaccine, with hospital staff preparing to administer it to those most at risk by December.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Lincoln Project Attacks 'Unpatriotic' and 'Dangerous' Republican Rising Stars in New Ad
The anti-Trump super PAC said some Republicans were "waiting in the wings to dismantle" American democracy after Trump's election loss.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Washington can Help Free Turkey's Highest-Profile Prisoner of Conscience | Opinion
Among advocates for Turkey's minorities, Osman Kavala is a secular saint.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Anti-Lockdown Protesters Burn Masks in Manhattan as New York Daily COVID Cases Highest Since April
Onlookers shouted "no more masks, burn the masks," as the state's seven-day average number of cases hit the highest level since April.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

'Fear the Walking Dead' Season 6 Episode 8 Release Date: When Will the Show Return?
"Fear the Walking Dead" has aired its midseason finale, but Season 6, Episode 8 will be coming very soon to AMC alongside eight other episodes that will bring the season to an end.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Trump Mulls Fresh China Sanctions, Beijing Accuses U.S. of 'Oppressing' Foreign Companies
A draft list, seen by Reuters, includes the names of 89 Chinese companies accused of ties to the country's military forces.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Trump and McConnell Have Two Months to Cement Their Judicial Legacy | Opinion
This administration has exceeded all expectations in finding committed and youthful originalists and textualists and getting them into black robes.

Newsweek
Nov 23, 2020

Grandson Drags Highly Venomous Snake from Grandma's Home by Its Tail
A professional snake catcher has warned against residents taking matters into their own hands when removing deadly reptiles, saying one wrong move could have serious consequences.

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