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September 19, 2020

Sep 19 06:14

Johnny Carson nailed Joe Biden - In 1987

Sep 19 05:53

Average worker gets 'career burnout' at age 32 - and 59% now say that they do MORE hours working from home amid coronavirus lockdowns, survey finds

Long hours, extra work and the feeling of having to ‘always be on’ are making people experience career burnout by an early age of 32, a new survey reveals.

Sep 19 05:53

REVEALED: South Dakota AG who told cops he hit a deer when he actually killed a man previously shared photos from behind the wheel as he drove and has a history of speeding tickets and traffic violations

The South Dakota Attorney General who recently was involved in a fatal accident has previously shared photos from behind the wheel as he drove and has a history of speeding and traffic violations.

Sep 19 05:53

US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, Dies of Pancreatic Cancer

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, has passed away from complications related to pancreatic cancer, SCOTUS announced Friday.

"My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed," Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, dictated to her granddaughter, Clara Spera, in the days leading up to her death.

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That means that if the election goes to the Supreme Court again, there could be a tie, which would throw the election into the House ... for a Biden win.

Sep 19 05:51

College professor is suspended for saying she hopes ‘Trump supporters catch COVID-19 and die before the election’ during a virtual class in West Virginia

A college professor has been suspended after she reportedly admitted during an online class that she hoped President Trump supporters caught COVID-19 and died before election day.

Sep 19 05:51

Rich get richer: US billionaires gained $845 BILLION during the first six months of the pandemic with Jeff Bezos pocketing $73billion and Elon Musk $67billion

America's billionaires have reaped a windfall during the first six months of the coronavirus pandemic, gaining a collective $845 billion even as jobless claims hit record highs and millions were thrown out of work.

Sep 19 05:50

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos vows to pull $18 million in grants from Connecticut schools unless they pull out of an athletic conference that allows transgender girls to compete in female sports

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is vowing to withhold federal funding from several Connecticut schools unless they withdraw from an athletic conference that allows transgender students to compete on teams 'that correspond with their gender identity'.

Sep 19 05:50

Firefighter dies in California's El Dorado wildfire sparked by a gender reveal party - as crews continue to battle more than two dozens major fires across the state

A firefighter has died battling a wildfire in California that officials say was sparked by a device used to reveal a baby's sex at a gender reveal party as crews continue to battle more than two dozen major fires across the state.

Sep 19 05:47

Selfies, suspensions and COVID-19 SWAT teams: Inside the worst college outbreak in New York where more than 670 students - 10 percent of the campus - have now tested positive

The worst college coronavirus outbreak in New York that has forced a campus to shut down has been plagued by isolation party selfies, suspensions and even a COVID-19 SWAT team.

Sep 19 05:47

Salon owner who was forced to shut down after receiving threats in the wake of Nancy Pelosi's maskless visit may now reopen a new salon in a different county

An elected official in California has urged the salon owner at the center of the Nancy Pelosi's maskless blowout saga to reopen her business in a different county after being forced to shut down due to threats.

Sep 19 05:45

Age of the 20% deposit dawns: Misery for first-time buyers as mortgage firms demand a FIFTH of price of new home - while existing owners enjoy boom in sales thanks stamp duty freeze

First-time buyers are being asked to save at least 20 per cent for a deposit on a house as there are little deals for mortgages on the market.
In the past week, not one high street bank has offered mortgages for those with a 10 per cent deposit according to The Times.

Sep 19 05:44

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles SoCal

Residents across Southern California were checking their homes and apartments Saturday morning for any damage caused by a magnitude 4.6 earthquake that struck two miles south of Rosemead and was felt across a large portion of the region, including Orange County.

Sep 19 05:43

Breaking! 351 Sea Turtles Found Dead Off The Coast Of Baja California Where 137 Sea Lions Perished Last Week

Environmental groups recently announced that a total of 351 loggerhead sea turtles have been found dead so far this year in the same area of Baja California coastline where authorities also found 137 dead, beached sea

Sep 19 05:40

Country Star John Rich Calls Nashville Mayor John Cooper 'The De Blasio Of The South' And Accuses Him Of Betraying The City After Leaked Emails Revealed Officials 'Hid Data That Showed Only 22 COVID Cases Were Linked To Bars And Restaurants'

Country music star John Rich has blasted Nashville Mayor John Cooper after leaked emails revealed officials chose not to disclose low coronavirus figures in the city, even as lockdown restrictions continued to cripple the economy.

Sep 19 05:34

CDC changes its coronavirus testing advice AGAIN: Agency drops controversial guidance that said people exposed to COVID-19 may not need to get tested if they don't feel ill

U.S. health officials on Friday dropped a controversial piece of coronavirus guidance and said anyone who has been in close contact with an infected person should get tested.

Sep 19 05:33

GOP rising star Kim Klacik blasts The View co-host Joy Behar for 'parading around in blackface' when she dressed up as a 'beautiful African woman' for Halloween during wild exchange over Trump and COVID

Maryland GOP congressional candidate Kim Klacik slammed The View co-host Joy Behar for wearing blackface in a heated interview on the daytime talkshow on Friday.

Sep 19 05:30

EXCLUSIVE: Dressed-down Ivanka Trump is pictured in NYC for the first time since the pandemic hit the US, as she arrives back at her Manhattan apartment with son Joseph ahead of Rosh Hashanah

Ivanka Trump was pictured arriving at her Manhattan apartment last night, marking the first time that she has been photographed in New York City since the pandemic hit the US earlier this year.

Sep 19 05:30

McConnell Honors Ginsburg’s Life, Vows To Hold Vote On Trump Supreme Court Nominee

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) released a statement following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, on Friday evening, in which he both honored the justice’s trailblazing legacy in American life and vowed to hold a vote for a Supreme Court nominee to replace her.

Sep 19 05:30

Drone footage reveals the trail of devastation left by Hurricane Sally as it tore through Florida, Alabama and Georgia, killing two people - as new depression forms in the Gulf and sets sights on Texas

Hurricane Sally has left widespread devastation in its wake after battering southern Alabama and the Florida panhandle with 105mph winds, a surge of seawater and more than 2 feet of rain, killing at least three people and leaving more than a half-million homes and businesses in the dark.

Sep 19 05:30

Pope Francis to parents of L.G.B.T. children: ‘God loves your children as they are.’

Pope Francis told a group of parents of L.G.B.T. children yesterday that “God loves your children as they

Sep 19 05:29

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87

ustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the demure firebrand who in her 80s became a legal, cultural and feminist icon, died Friday. The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas.

Sep 19 05:27

'Ellen is one of the coolest and kindest people I've met': Steve Harvey jumps to Ellen DeGeneres' defense over claims she runs a toxic workplace and says he told her to 'keep her head up' amid controversy

Steve Harvey has jumped to his friend Ellen DeGeneres' defense after former disgruntled staffers claimed she fostered a toxic work environment at her daytime talk show.

Sep 19 05:25

FBI agent who found Hillary Clinton's emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop says ‘immoral’ agency bosses sat on the discovery for a month and told him to ERASE his findings until he went direct to the US Attorney

An FBI agent who found the messages that led to the Hillary Clinton email investigation being reopened days before the 2016 election said the way the bureau handled the case was 'not ethically or morally right'.

Sep 19 05:11

KLAVAN: ‘Cuties’ — When Good Artists Do Wrong

On my podcast, I have a running gag about the conspiracy theory known as “Klavanon.” Klavanon is not whatever stupid conspiracy theory is currently making the rounds, it’s the truth on which the outlandish theory is based.

Sep 19 05:08

Trump Gives Classy Statement On Ginsburg’s Passing, Avoids Politics Unlike Top Democrats

President Donald Trump made classy remarks about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday evening upon hearing about her death and avoided talking about politics—unlike many top Democrats.

Sep 19 05:01

Amal Clooney QUITS as UK Government envoy on media freedom over Boris Johnson's 'lamentable' plan to break Brexit deal which would breach international law

Top international lawyer Amal Clooney blasted Boris Johnson's 'lamentable' Brexit plans today as she quit as a UK Government envoy on media freedom.

Sep 19 04:57

China warns US – 'Those who play with fire are bound to get burned': Beijing sends 18 fighter jets and bombers into Taiwan Strait as America increases support for the island

China flew 18 warplanes over the Taiwan Strait in an unusually large show of force today during a US envoy's visit to the island.

Sep 19 04:56

California man, 33, punches elderly Trump supporter, 84, and two others at MAGA rally before being brought down by retired cop after blowing smoke in their faces and burning a sign

A California man has been arrested after he allegedly attacked several people, including an elderly woman, during a rally held in support of President Donald Trump on Wednesday night.

Sep 19 04:54

NYTimes 1619 founder slams Trump's plans to introduce a 'patriotic curriculum' at public schools after president decried 'toxic propaganda' being taught as she says slavery history is 'part of national lexicon that can't be destroyed'

The founder of The New York Times' 1619 Project has hit back at President Trump after he downplayed the historical legacy of slavery in the U.S. and called for a 'patriotic curriculum' to be taught at public schools.

Sep 19 04:53

Citigroup senior vice president is put on paid leave after being revealed as the operator behind a QAnon website which earned $3,800 a month in crowd funding

Citygroup has put an employee on paid leave after discovering he was the operator behind a website linked to QAnon, which was earning $3,000 a month through crowd funding.

Sep 19 04:50

Cold-blooded gunman shoots father-of-one, 33, execution-style in The Bronx in broad daylight

A man was fatally shot execution-style in the head and neck just steps away from a Bronx school after getting into a heated argument with his attacker on Thursday afternoon.

Sep 19 04:49

Netflix is criticized for saying abuse of minors is a 'terrible crime' following Cheer star Jerry Harris' arrest on child porn charges after defending controversial film Cuties as 'social commentary'

Netflix has been criticized for saying abuse of minors is a 'terrible crime' in the wake of Jerry Harris' arrest on child porn charges after earlier defending the controversial film Cuties as 'social commentary'.

Sep 19 04:35

Rickards: The Layoffs Are Just Beginning

Sep 19 02:51

Trump Gives Classy Statement On Ginsburg’s Passing, Avoids Politics Unlike Top Democrats

President Donald Trump made classy remarks about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday evening upon hearing about her death and avoided talking about politics—unlike many top Democrats.

Sep 19 02:50

Breaking: Mitch McConnell confirms there will be a vote for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee to fill Ginsburg's seat

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed, to the Democrats' dismay, that he will push to hold a vote for a nominee to the Supreme Court from President Donald Trump after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 19 02:49

Trump compliments Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 'An amazing woman who led an amazing life'; no comment for now on whether he will nominate a replacement?

President Donald Trump reacted to the news of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing after speaking at a rally in Bemidji, Minnesota.

Sep 19 02:48

Media Figures Threaten Riots If GOP Tries To Fill SCOTUS Seat: Burn It All Down

Political writer Laura Bassett echoed a similar sentiment, but stopped short of making a threat, writing: “If McConnell jams someone through, which he will, there will be riots. … *more, bigger riots.”

Sep 19 02:48

Report: McConnell Writes Letter To GOP Senators About SCOTUS Stances, Says ‘Keep Your Powder Dry’

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told Republican senators in a letter Friday evening to hold off on giving

Sep 19 02:47

Lisa Murkowski says she won't vote on a justice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election: 'Fair is fair'

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death was barely announced before speculation began to run rampant on the internet about whether Republicans will attempt to confirm a nominee to replace her prior to the 2020 election

September 18, 2020

Sep 18 19:22

Associated Press: Trump Downplayed ‘Legacy Of Slavery In Appeal To White Voters’ In Constitution Day Speech

The Associated Press has accused President Donald Trump of appealing to white voters and downplaying the legacy of slavery in the United States during his Constitution Day speech at the National Archives on Thursday.

Sep 18 19:21

La Raza Radio among businesses burned down in Minneapolis BLM riots: 'It was my life's work. Destroyed.'

Among the many businesses destroyed in the Minneapolis Black Lives Matter riots was a minority-owned Spanish-language radio station named "La Raza 95.7FM."

Sep 18 19:20

Breaking: Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

The Supreme Court announced on Friday that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away at age 87.

Sep 18 19:18

Betsy DeVos’ Ed Dept. Warns Connecticut Schools: Leave Conference That Lets Boys Compete In Girls’ Sports Or Your Funding Will Be Cut

The Department of Education, headed by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, will withhold roughly $18 million from Connecticut school districts unless they withdraw from the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC), which permits biological boys to compete in girls’ athletic events.

Sep 18 19:17

YouTube Cuts Steven Crowder’s Coverage Of Biden Town Hall Mid-Livestream

On Thursday night, conservative comedian Steven Crowder had his livestream censored in real-time while covering the CNN town hall with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Sep 18 19:17

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies From Cancer Complications

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died from complications of metastatic pancreas cancer, the Supreme Court said.

Sep 18 19:15

Mitch McConnell: Pres. Trump's SCOTUS Nominee 'Will Receive A Vote On The Floor Of The U.S. Senate'

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday night after Ruth Bader Gisburg's death that President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee to fill her seat "will receive a vote" on the floor of the US Senate.

Sep 18 18:55

Marshall University takes action against prof caught on video saying she hopes Trump supporters die of coronavirus

Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, took action against an assistant professor caught on video saying she wished supporters of the president would die before the election.

Sep 18 18:31

Classless Schumer Freaks in Response to Ginsburg Death: “This Vacancy Should Not Be Filled Until We Have a New President”

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87 Friday evening surrounded by family at her home.