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As plastic bag bans go into effect, some question the unintended consequences - ABC News
Some are questioning whether banning plastic bags is effective in the fight to clean up the environment.
Bloomberg Housekeepers Brace For Another Day Of Dressing Up Like DNC Candidates And Letting Boss Beat Them In Debate
NEW YORK—Standing behind podiums scattered around the living room, Mike Bloomberg’s housekeepers braced for another day of dressing up like DNC candidates and letting their boss beat them in a deba...
Coronavirus live updates: Turkey closes Iran border due to outbreak
Turkey will close its border with Iran as a precautionary measure after the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in the country worsened.
Julian Assange: What's at stake if U.S. prosecutes WikiLeaks founder
A British court will decide whether Julian Assange is sent to the U.S. to stand trial where he faces a maximum sentence of up to 175 years in prison.
School Forces Teacher To Respect Failing Student's Preferred Grade Of 'A' | The Babylon Bee
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South Korean coronavirus cases have links to a controversial religious organization - Vox
One Covid-19 patient attended Shincheonji Church of Jesus services while she nursed a fever.
Italy coronavirus cases soar as authorities scramble to find patient zero - CNN
Italian authorities have announced sweeping closures in the country's north as they scramble to contain Europe's biggest outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
National security adviser says he's seen 'no evidence' Russia backing Trump, contradicting intelligence community
President Donald Trump's national security adviser Robert O'Brien pushed back on reports that Russia is backing Trump in 2020.
WHAT THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION'S NEW 'PUBLIC CHARGE' RULE MEANS FOR IMMIGRANTS
The Trump administration's "public charge" rule will take effect Monday following a Supreme Court ruling allowing the widely condemned policy change to come into full force across 50 states. In ...
Parts of northern Italy locked down amid coronavirus fears | TheHill
A dozen towns in northern Italy were put on lockdown Saturday after two people in the region died from the coronavirus.