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  • Buttigieg: I won't 'take lectures on family values' from Rush Limbaugh
    Yahoo News

    Buttigieg: I won't 'take lectures on family values' from Rush Limbaugh

    Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg had a simple response on Sunday when asked about conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh's questioning whether Americans are ready to back a gay candidate for president. "I'm proud of my husband," he said.

  • 'Infected': Data shows how China criminalized Muslim faith
    Associated Press

    'Infected': Data shows how China criminalized Muslim faith

    But as a Chinese government mass detention campaign engulfed Memtimin Emer's native Xinjiang region three years ago, the elderly imam was swept up and locked away, along with all three of his sons living in China. Now, a newly revealed database exposes in extraordinary detail the main reasons for the detentions of Emer, his three sons, and hundreds of others in Karakax County: their religion and their family ties. The database obtained by The Associated Press profiles the internment of 311 individuals with relatives abroad and lists information on more than 2,000 of their relatives, neighbors and friends.

  • 'Red flag' gun-control proposal is a recipe for decreased safety and less freedom
    USA TODAY Opinion

    'Red flag' gun-control proposal is a recipe for decreased safety and less freedom

    The last thing these women want is an out-of-state billionaire telling them what to do. But that's exactly what New York billionaire and former mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to do. Bloomberg's group Everytown for Gun Safety is buying $250,000 in television ads in Iowa to pressure lawmakers into adopting a “red flag” measure — a dangerous gun control scheme that would leave law-abiding Iowans defenseless.

  • Coronavirus updates: Americans quarantined on cruise ship return to U.S
    NBC News

    Coronavirus updates: Americans quarantined on cruise ship return to U.S

    Americans evacuated from quarantined cruise ship land in the U.S. • 99 new infections confirmed on the Diamond Princess cruise ship • Death toll from novel coronavirus reaches 1,772 • Scramble to track Cambodia cruise passengers after coronavirus case reported • Japanese health ministry staffer tests positive for coronavirus • Japan on brink of recession as economy contracts, virus heightens risk • China's Hubei province bans vehicle traffic to curb spread of coronavirus • Hong Kong police bust toilet paper gang amid coronavirus shortages Americans evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship land in the U.S. Fourteen Americans who were among the hundreds evacuated from a quarantined crui...

  • The global spread of the new coronavirus: Where is it?
    AFP

    The global spread of the new coronavirus: Where is it?

    Outside mainland China, there have been about 900 infections reported in nearly 30 locations. Taiwan, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Japan have each reported one fatality, while France on Saturday announced the first death outside Asia, an elderly Chinese tourist. Here are the areas where COVID-19, the virus's official designation, has been confirmed: - CHINA - As of Monday, 70,548 people had been infected across China, the majority in and around Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, where the outbreak was first reported.

  • Hitler's Submarines Almost Launched A Missile Attack On America
    The National Interest

    Hitler's Submarines Almost Launched A Missile Attack On America

    Key point: Most Allied commanders were skeptical that there was a genuine threat to the continental United States—save for certain leaders of the U.S. Navy. In the closing weeks of World War II in Europe, American intelligence determined that a detachment of German submarines had been dispatched to launch a cruise missile attack on the East Coast of the United States. The U.S. Navy deployed forty-six ships and dozens of aircraft to annihilate the incoming submarine wolf pack.

  • Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?
    National Review

    Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

    The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI's former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath. Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges?

  • 'Everything is a mess right now': Hundreds who were stuck on Westerdam cruise ship held up in Cambodia
    USA TODAY

    'Everything is a mess right now': Hundreds who were stuck on Westerdam cruise ship held up in Cambodia

    There was a moment of what seemed like sweet relief when passengers were able to disembark from Holland America's MS Westerdam after being turned away from multiple ports, but things took a turn when a passenger from the ship was diagnosed with coronavirus on her journey home. As a result, hundreds of passengers and crew members are finding themselves in limbo once again. "Everything is a mess right now," Steve Muth, a passenger from Michigan who was traveling on the Westerdam with his family, told USA TODAY Sunday morning.

  • 'Now We Are Refugees': A Family in Limbo Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak
    The New York Times

    'Now We Are Refugees': A Family in Limbo Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

    There are shortages of food and other essentials throughout Yichang, the Hubei province city of more than 4 million where they have been in limbo for weeks. “The government of Taiwan surely will come to our rescue,” her husband, Calvin Fan, who is from Beijing, has reassured her. Taiwan and China each say the other is the reason that she and other Taiwan citizens are unable to leave Hubei, a province under lockdown, where hundreds have died from the coronavirus and tens of thousands have been infected.

  • Biden accused Univision journalist Jorge Ramos of 'not telling the truth' during contentious interview comparing Obama and Trump's immigration policies
    Business Insider

    Biden accused Univision journalist Jorge Ramos of 'not telling the truth' during contentious interview comparing Obama and Trump's immigration policies

    White House Photo An interview between Univision's Jorge Ramos and former Vice President Joe Biden turned contentious over the topic of Obama-era immigration policy. In the interview, streamed live on the "Real America with Jorge Ramos" Facebook page, Biden rejected Ramos' comparisons between Trump and Obama's immigration policies. Still, Biden called some Obama policies "painful," adding that it took the administration "too long" to get its immigration policy correct.

  • Gunmen kill 24 in attack on Burkina Faso church
    Reuters

    Gunmen kill 24 in attack on Burkina Faso church

    Gunmen killed twenty-four people, including a pastor, in an attack on a church during Sunday mass in northwestern Burkina Faso, four security sources told Reuters on Monday. It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the attack, which comes as jihadist groups with links to al Qaeda and Islamic State seek to gain control over once peaceful rural Burkina Faso, fuelling ethnic and religious conflict. The violence threatens to upend traditionally peaceful relations between Burkina Faso's majority Muslim community and its Christians, who represent up to a quarter of the population.

  • Push for universal basic income will outlive Andrew Yang's 2020 presidential campaign
    USA TODAY Opinion

    Push for universal basic income will outlive Andrew Yang's 2020 presidential campaign

    Andrew Yang focused his surprisingly successful long-shot presidential campaign on a seemingly radical policy idea: universal basic income, or giving people monthly cash payments with no strings attached. He has dropped out of the 2020 race, but the push for UBI will live on. While the roots of this concept run through our country's history, with supporters who include Thomas Paine and Martin Luther King Jr., Yang is rightly credited with moving the idea of unconditional cash out of think tanks and academia and into living rooms across the country.

  • Seattle-area teachers reported fired for being gay; Catholic school says they resigned
    NBC News

    Seattle-area teachers reported fired for being gay; Catholic school says they resigned

    A Seattle-area Catholic school's claim that two teachers resigned has been disputed by allegations that they were forced out over their same-sex relationships. King County Council member Dave Upthegrove posted a statement from Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien, south of Seattle, that said two teachers, Paul Danforth and Michelle Beattie, "voluntarily resigned" from their positions. But Upthegrove claimed in his post that the teachers were forced out "solely because they are gay."

  • How Can Bernie Sanders or Pete Buttigieg Win the Democratic Nomination?
    The National Interest

    How Can Bernie Sanders or Pete Buttigieg Win the Democratic Nomination?

    “We are the campaign with the strongest momentum in the state of New Hampshire,” Pete Buttigieg told a crowd in Nashua last week. “I've got the 'Big Mo,'” said George H. Bush after winning the Iowa caucuses in 1980. Following this year's New Hampshire primary, won by Bernie Sanders, observers of the 2020 Democratic primary will undoubtedly continue to hear claims from the candidates and the news media about “momentum” – the advantage a candidate gains after winning a primary election by a greater amount than predicted by polls taken before the election.

  • Cuba burning tires to power factory as US oil sanctions bite
    AFP

    Cuba burning tires to power factory as US oil sanctions bite

    The Cuban government has ordered a cement factory to burn old tires to power its operations and save on oil, amid a worsening fuel shortage brought on by US sanctions on the Communist island. On orders of President Miguel Diaz-Canel, the firm Cementos Cienfuegos, located in the center of the country, will receive an increasing supply of used tires to burn, the official daily Granma said Monday. Cuba has been suffering oil shortages since last September, when the administration of President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on ships carrying petroleum to the island from its main fuel supplier Venezuela.

  • 14 Americans on Evacuation Plane Test Positive for Coronavirus
    National Review

    14 Americans on Evacuation Plane Test Positive for Coronavirus

    Fourteen Americans aboard two chartered evacuation flights back to the U.S. have tested positive for the coronavirus, the State Department said Monday. The infected individuals were among hundreds released after two weeks in quarantine aboard a Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Yokohama, Japan, which was carrying about 380 Americans and their family members. The two evacuation flights left from Tokyo, and one landed at Travis Air Force Base near Sacramento, Calif., while the other landed at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas.

  • Virginia lawmakers reject assault weapons ban
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    Virginia lawmakers reject assault weapons ban

    Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's push to ban the sale of assault weapons failed on Monday after some of his fellow Democrats balked at the proposal.

  • Inside the Family's Manhattan Apartment
    Architectural Digest

    Inside the Family's Manhattan Apartment

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  • Federal judges' association calls emergency meeting after DOJ intervenes in case of Trump ally Roger Stone
    USA TODAY

    Federal judges' association calls emergency meeting after DOJ intervenes in case of Trump ally Roger Stone

    A national association of federal judges has called an emergency meeting Tuesday to address growing concerns about the intervention of Justice Department officials and President Donald Trump in politically sensitive cases, the group's president said Monday. Philadelphia U.S. District Judge Cynthia Rufe, who heads the independent Federal Judges Association, said the group “could not wait” until its spring conference to weigh in on a deepening crisis that has enveloped the Justice Department and Attorney General William Barr. Rufe, nominated to the bench by President George W. Bush, said the group of more than 1,000 federal jurists called for the meeting last week after Trump criticized prosecutors' initial sentencing recommendation for his friend Roger Stone and the Department of Justice overruled them.

  • Associated Press

    Searchers recover bodies of 2 killed in Colorado avalanche

    Searchers have recovered the bodies of two Colorado men who died after being caught in a weekend avalanche in central Colorado, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center reported Sunday. One man was able to dig himself out and called for help at about 4:45 p.m, the Eagle County Sheriff's Office said. The other men were carried into a gully at the bottom of a drainage area, avalanche debris piled up deeply and they were fully buried, the Avalanche Information Center said in a statement.

  • Passenger Confirmed to Have Coronavirus After Leaving Cruise Ship That Docked in Cambodia
    Time

    Passenger Confirmed to Have Coronavirus After Leaving Cruise Ship That Docked in Cambodia

    A passenger on a cruise ship that was denied entry from several countries amid concerns about the spread of a deadly coronavirus was confirmed to be infected with the novel coronavirus after she and her husband disembarked when the ship was allowed to dock in Cambodia. The 83-year-old American woman, who had been on board the Holland America Line ship the Westerdam, was stopped at the Kuala Lumpur airport in Malaysia after going through thermal temperature scanners, and later tested positive for the coronavirus, officially named called COVID-19, according to the Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, and the U.S. territory of Guam had all denied the ship's entry, on concerns over the outbreak, despite repeated statements from cruise officials that there were no known cases of the virus on board, before Cambodia agreed to allow the ship to dock.

  • Man who left puppy to drown in cage sentenced to 1 year for animal cruelty
    NBC News

    Man who left puppy to drown in cage sentenced to 1 year for animal cruelty

    A New Jersey man who tried to leave an 8-month-old puppy to drown in a cage was sentenced to a year in state prison Friday. Aaron Davis, 36, was convicted of fourth-degree animal cruelty in December after leaving the pit bull in a cage along the rising tide of Sandy Hook Bay in July 2018, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor. Luckily, a passerby noticed the crate in the early morning hours and climbed down a rocky barrier to save the puppy, who was later named River.

  • Coronavirus Proves One Thing: China's Rise Is Built on Quicksand
    The National Interest

    Coronavirus Proves One Thing: China's Rise Is Built on Quicksand

    Despite China's incredible economic success as of late, it's important to remember that it is still fundamentally a communist country. Freedom can be messy, but it's nothing like the mess an authoritarian regime creates when it fears losing power. The disturbing outbreak of the coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China and the communist government's response to it should be a reminder of the consequence of a system based on state control, without rule by the people and a vibrant civil society.

  • Ocasio-Cortez faces 13 challengers – but can anyone unseat her?
    The Guardian

    Ocasio-Cortez faces 13 challengers – but can anyone unseat her?

    We don't see a lot of young people accomplish a lot because they're afraid – and she's not afraid. We knew who she was when we sent her, that she'd make a noise, and making a noise was why we sent her Abdul Abbas That's not how all see it. The first-term congresswoman is facing eight Republican and five Democratic candidates aiming to unseat her.

  • Pakistan to consider importing insecticides from India to fight locusts
    Reuters

    Pakistan to consider importing insecticides from India to fight locusts

    Pakistan is likely to import insecticides from arch-rival India to brace itself for any locust attacks this summer, bypassing a ban on trade between the neighbouring nations. Pakistan severed all diplomatic and trade ties with New Delhi in August after India revoked the special status of Kashmir, a disputed territory between the two rivals, who have fought two of their three wars over the Himalayan region. "Yes definitely, there is a fear of locust attack in June- July, this is the reason we are planning and preparing in advance," Dr Falak Naz, Director General Department of Plant Protection, Ministry of National Food Security and Research, told Reuters.