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What We’re Reading Today: Florida’s COVID-19 Rise, Biden Veers To The Left, Hong Kongers Protest Takeover . . . And More

Young people in Israel read newspapers in 1936. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Some headlines that caught our eye.

2020 Election

Polls show Trump is losing to Joe Biden. They said the same thing 4 years ago against Hillary Clinton — USA Today

Biden’s vision comes into view, and it’s much more liberal than it was — Washington Post

How President Donald Trump can get his campaign — and America — back on track — USA Today

Teachers face off against Trump on school reopenings — USA Today

Science & Politics Of COVID-19

Florida shatters largest single-day record of coronavirus infections in U.S. while world sees cases spike — Fox News

Fauci Doesn’t Weigh ‘Whole National Interest,’ Virus Task Force Member Says — Bloomberg News

For Coronavirus, the Name of the Game Is Minimizing the Probability of Infection — Henry I. Miller, Human Events

China Vs. Hong Kong

Almost 600K vote in Hong Kong pro-democracy primaries in protest against new security law — The Hill

U.S. Weighs Limited Options to Punish China Over Hong Kong — Wall Street Journal

How to help Hong Kong and kick-start our economic recovery at the same time — Washington Examiner

Iran’s Fatal ‘Miscommunication’

Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane — NPR

Iran blames Ukrainian jetliner shootdown on miscommunication, misaligned missile battery — Fox News

U.N. Syrian Aid

At The U.N., Russia Forces Reduced Access For Aid To Syrians — NPR

UN Security Council passes resolution authorizing cross-border aid to Syria, after Russian opposition — Fox News

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Companies Must Answer For Their Support Of The Radical Black Lives Matter Org

Is The Pandemic Coming To An End At Last?

After The U.S. Leaves WHO, Should The U.N. Be Next?

Here’s The Good COVID-19 News That’s Being Buried By The Press

Democrats Let The Vandals In The Gate And Joined Them

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1 comment

  • Why is every link in the Election 2020 section to a left-wing rag site? The free-for-the-taking USA Today? Really? And the Washington Compost isn’t much better. There are no conservative sites covering the election?

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