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Signage reminds people to social distance on Lincoln Mall, May 20, 2020 in Miami Beach, Florida. The city of Miami Beach is allowing non-essential "retail stores, personal grooming establishments, offices and museums" to reopen staring today.

Most Americans Think It Will Be At Least 6 Months Before A Return To Normal From COVID-19

Most Americans think it will take six months or longer for daily life to return to a relative sense of normal, according to a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll. And as states begin the process of reopening, a majority of Americans are worried about a second wave of COVID-19 infections, too. Continue Reading Most Americans Think It Will Be At Least 6 Months Before A Return To Normal From COVID-19

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In the complaint filed Tuesday, Dr. Rick Bright cites “his efforts to prioritize science and safety over political expediency” as reasons for his ousting.

Read: Whistleblower Complaint Claims Federal Response To COVID-19 Prioritized Politics Over Science

A former vaccine expert with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) alleges in a whistleblower complaint that he was ousted because his efforts to address the coronavirus pandemic conflicted with those of President Donald Trump and other administration officials. Continue Reading Read: Whistleblower Complaint Claims Federal Response To COVID-19 Prioritized Politics Over Science

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The building of the U.S. Supreme Court is pictured in Washington, D.C., U.S., January 19, 2020.

Trump’s Taxes, Birth Control, ‘Faithless Electors’ Headline Supreme Court’s Historic Phone Arguments

During historic telephonic arguments this week and next, the U.S. Supreme Court will take up major challenges involving access to President Donald Trump’s financial records, birth control health insurance, “faithless electors” in presidential elections and the constitutionality of the federal ban on robocalls, among others. Continue Reading Trump’s Taxes, Birth Control, ‘Faithless Electors’ Headline Supreme Court’s Historic Phone Arguments

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What Happened To Egypt’s Hope Since The Arab SpringTN

What Happened To Egypt’s Hope Since The Arab Spring?

Five years ago, Egyptian security forces opened fire on a protest tent city in Cairo, killing at least 800. What led to that day was an extraordinarily tumultuous few years in Egypt: the Arab Spring, the coming to power of a Muslim Brotherhood president, a coup, and the emergence of a new soldier strongman. Nick Schifrin talks with “Into the Hands of the Soldiers” author David Kirkpatrick. Continue Reading What Happened To Egypt’s Hope Since The Arab Spring?

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