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El Paso nurses speak out against suspension of…

Nurses in El Paso, Texas, spoke out Friday against a court ruling that temporarily lifted the city's shutdown of non-essential businesses. More than 30,000 people in El Paso currently have COVID-19. More than 1,100 of…

Why London has coronavirus surge but not New…

New York City and London are similar in density and population, but their coronavirus outbreaks have progressed very differently since the spring. Over the summer, New York developed its own robust testing and contact tracing…

SEC charges Wells Fargos former CEO and top…

John Stumpf, former Wells Fargo CEO and Chairman. Win McNamee/Getty Images The Securities and Exchange Commission charged former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf together with another top executive on Friday for intentionally misleading investors over…

YouTube defends leaving up videos that falsely claim…

On Thursday, YouTube defended its decision to leave up videos spreading false or misleading claims about the 2020 election, including that President Donald Trump won. "Like other companies, we're allowing these videos because discussion of…

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CISA director Krebs expects firing for debunking election…

Christopher Krebs, director at the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), has told associates he expects to be fired, Reuters reports. Krebs reportedly angered White House officials by debunking election misinformation…

Eva Longoria Proves Its Time to Separate Politics…

For some reason, MSNBC interviewed Eva Longoria about the 2020 Presidential Election. In the interview, the former “Desperate Housewives” star claimed that Latina women were the “true” heroes of the election, despite all evidence to…