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Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
17 minutes
Average replies
42
Average retweets
108
Average likes
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Tweets with photos
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Tweets with videos
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1. in category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Media

5. in category Media

16. in country United States

25. worldwide

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The Almeda Drive fire left a path of destruction as it tore through an #Oregon valley. Using satellite images, videos and social media posts, our video reconstructs what happened. 
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The Almeda Drive fire left a path of destruction as it tore through an #Oregon valley. Using satellite images, videos and social media posts, our video reconstructs what happened. https://t.co/pvPowxPSMv https://t.co/qz8qVBTOl4

“The idea was to claim what was a traditionally male uniform and unapologetically feminize it,” our fashion critic @VVFriedman writes about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s collars. “That may seem innocuous, but it was in fact radical.” https://t.co/a3PQ6tXS7x

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Four Louisiana police officers were charged in connection with the death of a mentally ill Black man in April after they used excessive force to arrest him and then failed to give him medical attention, prosecutors said. https://t.co/h4O9aoNPUB

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Three people had minor injuries after a subway car derailed on Sunday morning. New York City authorities believe it struck an object thrown on the tracks. https://t.co/uxtpBLRjdm

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My first dispatch from my burning home state, with words from the poet Kim Stafford: “Downwind from where the forest burns / we inhale the cindered souls of trees / that in a whoosh became particulate / and rode the wind to enter us.” https://t.co/vMwwBnwIld

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday that President Trump was rushing the Supreme Court process in order to have a conservative justice seated in time to hear a case set for a week after Election Day seeking to invalidate the Affordable Care Act. https://t.co/mpXcmEZBEe https://t.co/Ku2TCPMfvs

Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday that President Trump was rushing the Supreme Court process in order to have a conservative justice seated in time to hear a case set for a week after Election Day seeking to invalidate the Affordable Care Act. https://t.co/mpXcmEZBEe https://t.co/Ku2TCPMfvs

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Breaking News: A federal judge temporarily halted President Trump’s ban on the Chinese social media app WeChat, which he had labeled as a national security threat. The ban had been set to go into effect on Sunday night. https://t.co/xLLv0LtekF

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The majority of front-line workers in China’s Covid-19 battle were women. You wouldn’t know it from a clip in a new government-sponsored television show. https://t.co/RwWA30Izt2

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Thousands of protesters gathered in Bangkok on Saturday calling for change to Thailand’s military-dominated government, the army-drafted constitution and, most explosively, change to the exalted status of the monarchy. https://t.co/arBrjphzqw

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The fight over the confirmation of Judge Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama’s nominee to fill Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat in 2016, set the tone for an even more brutal battle over who should succeed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. https://t.co/HgZmIJXiex

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Taking temperatures at entry points has become common practice during the pandemic, but experts say it offers little more than the illusion of safety. https://t.co/gAOFR9bUJ1

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These pictures show key moments in Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legal career, from law school professor to Supreme Court justice. https://t.co/DD9OyzsYU8

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While confirmation fights have long centered on hot-button divides such as guns and abortion, the Biden campaign plans to focus instead on protecting the Affordable Care Act, seeking to link the court vacancy to the health emergency gripping the U.S. https://t.co/p3bkEtFmgx

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Republicans hold a narrow majority in the Senate, meaning they can only afford to lose a few votes in their push to confirm a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Here are four Republicans being closely watched as potential swing votes. https://t.co/QiHkmZRGse

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People of all ages gathered outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Saturday to pay their respects to Justice Ginsburg. “We are here to grieve, but not to despair,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren said at a candlelight vigil. “There is too much at stake.” https://t.co/mmkWEnPOlx

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“Comfort is officially a core value. But there’s nothing casual about it.” Our fashion critic @VVFriedman writes about New York’s mostly digital Fashion Week. https://t.co/J6Bmq2D7dP

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One factor in HotSchedules’ sudden spike in popularity may be a new feature: an option to require employees to answer a health survey before they’re able to schedule a shift. https://t.co/k3krPkSW6R

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“I’ve realized that the lighting is more important than the makeup,” said Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, the former first lady of France. https://t.co/ip5xw9Xmix

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“Abstract art is not normally my thing,” said the abbot who oversees Germany’s Tholey Abbey. “But you don’t need to be an art expert to appreciate the qualities of these.” https://t.co/ud9zP8k395

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Sohla El-Waylly’s Bangladeshi-style chicken korma, named for her mother, Amu, is gently spiced and enriched with yogurt resulting in a light and bright sauce. https://t.co/GXVaVi6MvM

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