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This is going to be bad: Trump aides were reportedly flummoxed when he went off-script about injecting disinfectants – AlterNet

When President Trump seemingly suggested that injecting a disinfectant into ones body could be utilized as a treatment for coronavirus, shock and confusion rippled across the social media sphere.

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You may not need people to feel you belong – Futurity: Research News

Share this Article You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. Nontraditional social strategies are just as effective at fulfilling critical social needs as are family connections, romantic relationships, or strong social support systems, new research indicates

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Study: From watching reruns to relationships, there are many ways of feeling connected – UB News Center

BUFFALO, N.Y. New research from the University at Buffalo suggests that non-traditional social strategies, which can include so-called guilty pleasures, are just as effective at fulfilling critical social needs as family connections, romantic relationships or strong social support systems

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Little Fires Everywhere: A Unique Take on Motherhood | TheThings – TheThings

Little Fires Everywhere: Three words that elicit emotion and send shivers down the spine. Celeste Ngs book adaptation to the big screen, has taken the internet by storm and has left viewers in awe and wanting more.

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Interested in a Short-Term Rental for Social Distancing? Be Prepared to Stay Longer – The New York Times

Conceived with the idea of using technology to minimize physical contact with hosts or their surrogates, D.

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How Innovators Are Adapting Existing Technologies to Fight COVID-19 – Smithsonian.com

As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc globally, having claimed more than 115,000 lives by now, the research community is finding novel ways to contribute to the global response against the crisis. Many universities are building DIY ventilators, face masks and face shields for healthcare providers

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Where Is Joe Biden? Online, Being Drowned Out By The Coronavirus And Trump – BuzzFeed News

The journalists at BuzzFeed News are proud to bring you trustworthy and relevant reporting about the coronavirus. To help keep this news free, become a member and sign up for our newsletter, Outbreak Today

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How can Boris Johnson run the UK while suffering from coronavirus? – Action News Now

When British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday morning that he had tested positive for coronavirus, he insisted that he would continue to head up his country's fight against the pandemic. In a video posted to his official Twitter page, Johnson said that 'thanks to the wizardry of modern technology,' he would continue to lead the effort remotely from the prime ministerial quarters above 11 Downing Street, next door to one of the most famous addresses on earth

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Campaigning As We Know It Is Over – Mother Jones

For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters. In the fall of 1920, Warren G.

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POLITICO Playbook PM: We’re at the half-yard line – Politico

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the bill will be wrapped up hopefully sometime later today. | Win McNamee/Getty Images UPDATE: Right now, the Senate is in the process of getting ready for a vote on the nearly $2 trillion coronavirus package.

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Joe Biden has come the closest to reassembling the Obama coalition. He still has work to do – The Boston Globe

Boosted largely by overwhelming support from one key component of the coalition Black voters Biden in recent weeks pulled off a stunning turnaround from disappointing candidate to surging front-runner. But veteran political operatives warn he has much more to do, particularly in bringing in young and Latino voters, if he wants to follow the Obama road map, not just to the nomination but to the Oval Office.

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Wrestling matches need people reacting to them – Cageside Seats

This should be a no brainer. Wrestling is a performance art

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What You Should Know About Surrogacy Laws Before You Start The Journey? – Techkrest

Surrogacy is an exciting journey for both intended parents and surrogates. After going through a stringent screening process and other medical formalities, when the intended parents finally find the ideal surrogate, their level of happiness is beyond imaginable.

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Exploitative or altruistic? BBC One’s The Nest explores the truth of surrogacy – The Guardian

The first episode of the new BBC drama The Nest makes for fascinating viewing. Dan and Emily are having a baby.

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Coronavirus spread upends traditional campaigning in home stretch of Ohio primary – cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio Last Sunday, Ohio looked like it was going to be a key battleground in the Democratic presidential primary. Campaigns were revving up their last push before the March 17 contest

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No, Labour did not win the argument about spending – Spiked

The Conservative government delivered an austerity-busting budget yesterday. Chancellor Rishi Sunak earmarked an additional 30 billion worth of investment this year. 12 billion of that is to weather the impact of coronavirus, though much of the spending is for what the Tories call their levelling-up agenda

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Hearing on coronavirus ends abruptly as White House tells experts to come to emergency meeting – AlterNet

On Tuesday, Trump appeared before the nation and assured everyone,It will go away, just stay calm. But before his testimony was cut off, Dr. Fauci made a number of statements that were exactly counter to everything that Trump, Mike Pence, and the whole galaxy of Fox News surrogates have been trying to pass off on the nation

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The Populist Right Has A Brighter Future Than The Corporate Left – The Daily Caller

As the Democratic Party consolidates to nominate Joe Biden, it destroys its chances of being the party of the American working class. Biden, who is a lifelong champion of credit card companies and trade deals that benefit multinational capital, has no claim to be the representative of working class people.

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RIP Liberty Green: With the end of Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 bid, the best campaign colour has now been retired – National Post

A dying campaign, like a relationship on the brink of an overdue end, can sometimes give off an air of unlikely, almost desperate cheer like a last giddy exhale before everyone runs out of air, or a preview of all the nostalgia that will eventually come. So it was Sunday at the Cambridge, Mass. headquarters of Elizabeth Warren, the progressive senator and Harvard professor who ended her bid for the presidency Thursday

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Are Trumps MAGA rallies a hotbed of hidden voters? – POLITICO

It might seem like a small slice of the overall electorate, but in a 2020 race that is likely to be decided in the margins, the Trump campaign thinks it can succeed by mobilizing a few new voters and converting small pockets of traditionally Democratic voters. In the last campaign, we didnt have the ability to collect the data from people showing up at the events.

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Trump believes coronavirus will help him in November and is coordinating with task force on political response – AlterNet

President Donald Trump and his allies see the coronavirus as a political winner for them.

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My trumpet, my conscience – and Stalin – Stabroek News

Dear Editor, This correspondence is so motivated by my innate-grandmother-inspired-values of honesty, truth, fairplay and latterly, the maintenance of democratic principles, that I fear Ill be guilty of some rambling and a less-than-coherent presentation hereunder. However all the sentiments are relevant to my quiet outrage. (Even as one who still recognises a visionary Forbes Burnham, beginning in earnest in 1973, before he succumbed to absolute power.) Firstly, a sharp quick blast on my own trumpet of self-praise.

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Getting Over What Happened to Elizabeth Warren – Outside The Beltway – Mobile Edition

Women didn't vote for her either. But that doesn't mean sexism didn't play a role in her loss

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When Will Moderates Learn Their Lesson? – The Atlantic

Warren would be the most liberal nominee since 1972, when George McGovern got a pathetic 37% of the vote, wrote Steve Chapman, a Chicago Tribune editorial-board member, in a recent column on the candidates unelectability. The MSNBC host Chris Matthews, a 70s youngster, recently invoked McGoverns rout to explain why Bernie Sanders cant win. Even an adviser to McGovern in 1972, Marshall Matz, has tried to sound the alarm about history repeating itself if the Democrats nominate Sanders.

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Klobuchar running hard in Nevada – KARE11.com

Minnesota presidential underdog hopes for New Hampshire bounce in first western contest MINNEAPOLIS Sen. Amy Klobuchar has criss-crossed Nevada this week ahead of that states precinct caucuses, hoping to capitalize on her strong showing in New Hampshires primary

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