Category: Coronavirus

Coronavirus Delays Long-Stalled Trial of 9/11 Mastermind, 4 Accomplices
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Coronavirus Delays Long-Stalled Trial of 9/11 Mastermind, 4 Accomplices

The Chinese coronavirus pandemic has once again delayed the long-awaited death penalty trial of the self-professed 9/11 mastermind and his four co-conspirators held at the U.S. military prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the judge handling the cases revealed recently. Justice remains elusive nearly two decades after the jihadis executed the attack that left about 3,000…

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Pelosi on Coronavirus Relief: ‘Everything I Do Is About the Children’ — ‘I Have Advice for Them Whether They Want It or Not’
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Pelosi on Coronavirus Relief: ‘Everything I Do Is About the Children’ — ‘I Have Advice for Them Whether They Want It or Not’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Thursday discussed the stalled economic relief talks in Congress. Pelosi said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that President Donald Trump has stood in the Democrats’ way as they want to have vote-by-mail and safely reopen schools in the fall. She added that everything she does “is about the children,” and…

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Coronavirus: UK Councils Empowered to Destroy ‘Contaminated’ Buildings
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Coronavirus: UK Councils Empowered to Destroy ‘Contaminated’ Buildings

In a stunning power grab by the British government, local councils are set to be empowered with the authority to demolish buildings that are deemed to be epicentres of Chinese coronavirus outbreaks throughout the country. Published last month — with little fanfare — the Department of Health and Social Care’s “COVID-19 Contain Framework” laid out…

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Coronavirus Snacking and Oatmeal Keep Pepsi Sales Afloat
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Coronavirus Snacking and Oatmeal Keep Pepsi Sales Afloat

The coronavirus pandemic and shutdowns weighed less on PepsiCo sales than expected in the second quarter, a hopeful note to kick off the summer earnings season for U.S. companies. The company on Monday reported sales for the second quarter period that reflected a drop in soda sales and a rise in sales of snacks—such as Cheetos…

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Daily Coronavirus Deaths in U.S. Continue to Plummet as Confirmed Cases Hit Record Levels
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Daily Coronavirus Deaths in U.S. Continue to Plummet as Confirmed Cases Hit Record Levels

Coronavirus-linked deaths across the U.S. continued on a downward trend as of Monday afternoon, even after the country hit historic levels in the number of new confirmed cases late last week, a Breitbart News analysis of the seven-day average of fatalities showed. Health experts have warned about the lag between infection identification and death that…

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Fauci: Coronavirus ‘Allowed’ to Perpetuate in U.S. Because Only ‘50% of the Country Locked Down’
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Fauci: Coronavirus ‘Allowed’ to Perpetuate in U.S. Because Only ‘50% of the Country Locked Down’

Thursday during a radio interview with the BBC, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci said the United States is facing a resurgence of the coronavirus because “even in the most strict lockdown, only about 50% of the country locked down.” Fauci said, “Well obviously it’s a serious situation if you look at…

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Coronavirus Deaths in U.S. Plunge as New Cases Hit Record Levels
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Coronavirus Deaths in U.S. Plunge as New Cases Hit Record Levels

Coronavirus-linked deaths across the U.S. have been dropping over the past few weeks, even as the country hit record levels in the number of new confirmed cases in recent days, a Breitbart News analysis of the seven-day average of fatalities revealed. Most coronavirus databases rely on moving averages of cases and deaths because the numbers…

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Coronavirus: Majority of Europeans Think EU Failed or was ‘Irrelevant’
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Coronavirus: Majority of Europeans Think EU Failed or was ‘Irrelevant’

A majority of Europeans believe that the European Union performed poorly in its response to the Chinese coronavirus, with even more saying that the bloc was “irrelevant” in confronting the outbreak, a poll has found. A survey conducted by the European Council on Foreign Relations across nine countries, representing two-thirds of the population of the…

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