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College Big Ten Conference Cancels All Fall Sports

EPSN reports: Big Ten Conference presidents and chancellors voted Tuesday to postpone all fall sports seasons, including football, with the hopes of playing in the spring, it announced Tuesday. “The mental and physical health and welfare of our student-athletes has been at the center of every decision we have made regarding the ability to proceed forward,” Big Ten commissioner Kevin …

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Biden VP Announcement May Come As Soon As Today

CBS News reports: Joe Biden has selected his running mate, revealing to top advisers on Tuesday the woman he will invite to join his Democratic presidential ticket, two people familiar with the matter tell CNN. He is poised to make the announcement as early as Tuesday. The former vice president had spoken directly to the final contenders, according to people …

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Joe Biden +10 In New Monmouth National Poll

Politico reports: Former Vice President Joe Biden maintains a 10-point lead over President Donald Trump less than three months from November’s general election, a poll out Tuesday shows. Biden leads the president 51 percent to 41 percent among registered voters nationwide, according to the Monmouth University survey, a slight tightening of the race since late June, with Biden ticking down …

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Demon Semen Doc Thanks Madonna For Her Support

First a reminder from two weeks ago: Instagram flagged Madonna’s post on Tuesday after she shared the viral video of Dr. Stella Immanuel, a physician who champions hydroxychloroquine as a cure for coronavirus and believes masks don’t help to reduce transmission, on her social media page. Madonna captioned the video, “The Truth will set us all Free! But some people …

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Republicans Sue IL Gov To Stop Mail Voting Expansion

Courthouse News reports: A group of Illinois Republicans sued the state’s Democratic governor and others in federal court Monday over a law they claim is designed to expand voting by mail to dilute Republican votes and tilt elections in favor of Democrats, while also risking a spike in voter fraud. The Cook County Republican Party targeted Governor J.B. Pritzker in …

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Connecticut GOP Candidate For US House Drops Out On Primary Day Following Arrest For Assaulting Girlfriend

The Hartford Courant reports: A Republican running for Congress in Connecticut’s 2nd District abruptly dropped his bid on the day of the primary following his arrest. Thomas Gilmer of Madison was arrested by Wethersfield police late Monday, a department official confirmed. He was charged on a warrant with first-degree unlawful restraint and second-degree strangulation and posted a $5,000 bond. Sources …

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Legalized Weed Initiative To Appear On Arizona Ballot

Tucson’s ABC News affiliate reports: The Arizona Secretary of State’s office certified signatures for the marijuana legalization ballot measure. Secretary Katie Hobbs announced it will now be placed on the general election ballot in November as Prop 207. The initiative would legalize the possession and use of recreational marijuana for adults ages 21 years or older and allow those to …

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Portland “Bible Burning” Story Was Russian Disinfo

How utterly unsurprising: The truth was far more mundane. A few protesters among the many thousands appear to have burned a single Bible — and possibly a second — for kindling to start a bigger fire. None of the other protesters seemed to notice or care. Yet in the rush to paint all the protesters as Bible-burning zealots, few of …

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