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Beirut blast | What we know • Explosion linked to a warehouse storing unsecured explosive material. • At least 78 people killed and at least 4,000 injured. • The blast tore through the city, flipping cars and damaging buildings. Read more: https://t.co/mu56NjgYbz
A warehouse storing thousands of tons of unsecured highly explosive material has emerged as a possible source of the massive blast that ripped through the Lebanese capital, killing at least 78 people, injuring 4,000 and sending a shock wave across the city https://t.co/SiydE5HWkl
Stuart Stevens, former Romney campaign adviser, says the Trump presidency is a "culmination of decades-long evolution within the GOP" "The Republican Party has made a deal with Donald Trump, and they seem very comfortable with that deal. And I find it incredibly sad." https://t.co/alaOxeswGM
President Trump says the United States' staggering death toll from coronavirus "is what it is." "That's what you say when you don't care. That's what you say when you want to move on without giving a substantive response. It's dismissive. It's cavalier." - CNN's Laura Coates https://t.co/pTYDOpVnJA
After repeatedly seeking to discredit mail-in voting, President Trump says Florida’s election system is “safe and secure” and encourages residents to vote by mail. CNN’s Harry Enten joins @ChrisCuomo to discuss this change of heart regarding the Sunshine State. https://t.co/DrhZgsWm5A
"They're just aren't these sort of secret bands of vigilante absentee mail-in voter fraudsters," says Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy, in response to Pres. Trump's fight against some mail-in voting. "They don't exist. The President is sort of making up a problem that isn't real." https://t.co/q35lP9n1JL
“I give him credit for the First Step Act. But it’s time to see changes after the first step. The first step is not what’s going to save Black lives in the country.” - Angela Rye on President Trump downplaying police killings of Black Americans https://t.co/afvcOyXjdU https://t.co/hmqyjexuie
A federal judge in Mississippi wrote a scathing opinion urging the Supreme Court to revisit qualified immunity, a legal doctrine created nearly 40 years ago that the judge argues is shielding law enforcement and government officials from accountability https://t.co/q2brxtCS4H
“If it’s not safe to open now, start online,” says Dr. Ashish Jha about reopening schools. “Work really, really hard to build up the capacity to do rapid testing. When it becomes available and you have case numbers low in your community, then go to in-person teaching.” https://t.co/Z2CMvIF8A2