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CBS Poll: South Carolina Senate Race In Virtual Tie

CBS News reports: Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina all have Republican senators up for reelection this year, and Senate control may hinge on these races. Perhaps the biggest surprise of the group is in South Carolina, a reliably Republican state where Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison has pulled almost even with incumbent Republican Lindsey Graham. We find Graham just a …

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NYC Readies For Limited Return Of Indoor Dining

The Guardian reports: From its chandelier-lit temples of fine dining to greasy spoons open 24/7, New York is a city with more than 25,000 restaurants. Every year they draw millions of locals and tourists from around the world – and nobody has been allowed to eat inside of one for six months. That all changes on Wednesday, when restaurants can …

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Debate Commission: Moderators Won’t Do Fact-Checks

Axios reports: Presidential Debate Commission co-chair Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. said Sunday he doesn’t expect Fox News anchor Chris Wallace or any of the other moderators to fact-check President Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden at the debates. “There’s a vast difference between being a moderator in a debate and being a reporter who is interviewing someone.” Fahrenkopf Jr. said …

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WH Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows Mocks FDA’s Coming Stricter Vaccine Standards: “Why Would We Do That?”

“What we actually have is new guidance that’s coming out. My question is, why would that new guidance come out after we’ve already spent 30 billion dollars in doing that? And my challenge to the FDA is just make sure it’s based on science. Science and real numbers. “And so as we look at that, we’re making very good progress. …

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Dennis Quaid Blasts “Cancel Culture Media” On Reports Of COVID PR Campaign: “I Was Not Paid One Penny”

The Hollywood Reporter reports: Dennis Quaid and gospel singer CeCe Winans have each taken to social media to clarify the non-political intent of participating in interviews related to COVID-19 and the ongoing pandemic. According to a report from Politico on Friday, an ad was ordered by President Trump and conceived partly by former Department of Health and Human Services official …

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CBS News Poll: Biden And Trump Tied In GA And NC

CBS News reports: New polling by CBS News shows Biden and Trump locked in a virtual tie in two key states — Georgia and North Carolina — with a majority of Democratic voters in both states saying the Supreme Court fight has made them more energized about voting in November. Trump is winning the support of 47 percent of likely …

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Sen. Cory Booker: I’ll Ask Amy Coney Barrett If She’ll Recuse Herself From Cases Related To Election [VIDEO]

The Hill reports: Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) said Sunday that he would meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, and would ask her whether she was willing to recuse herself from cases relating to the 2020 election. “I think you know my spirit, which is to sit down and meet with people and talk to them. …

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FL Passes 700K Cases As All Lockdown Rules Are Lifted

Click Orlando reports: The state of Florida surpassed a grim milestone Sunday after new cases pushed the state over the 700,00 case mark. The Florida Department of Health announced 1,882 new cases of the coronavirus in the state as of Sunday. The new cases of the respiratory illness bring the state’s total to 700,564 since the pandemic was first detected …

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Cotton Defends Trump’s Refusal On Transfer Of Power

Politico reports: Sen. Tom Cotton was unfazed by President Donald Trump’s refusal to a commit to a peaceful transfer of power should Joe Biden win the election and supported the president’s decision not to accept the results unless the winner is clear. “We’ve been transferring the office of the presidency from one person to the next since 1796,” Cotton (R-Ark.) …

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