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Gianno Caldwell: ‘None of us could also moreover be mild,’ the country need to unite against injustice

America must unite and speak out loudly against systemic racial injustice or “we’re not going to have a country to unite in,” Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell urged Friday.Appearing on “America’s Newsroom” with host Sandra Smith, Caldwell said that nationwide protests over the death of yet another unarmed black man – 46-year-old George Floyd – at…

Hydroxychloroquine prescriptions rose virtually 2,000 percent the week Trump ‘supported’ it: survey

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. A new study notes that prescriptions for hydroxychloroquine surged nearly 2,000 percent the week in March that President Trump first touted it as a potential treatment for COVID-19.The research, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, notes that during…

Chris Wallace says nation going thru ‘engaging instances,’ compares fresh local climate to Vietnam Battle skills

In the wake of George Floyd being killed while under police custody, “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace said on Friday that the current climate of social unrest in the United States is comparable to the Vietnam War era.“The only thing that I can think of that even compares is 1968, the Vietnam war in full force, Americans…

Labor secretary believes economy ‘turning a corner’ as jobless claims decline from prior week

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia said on Friday that due to the drop in the number of unemployment claims as states reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, the administration believes the country is “turning the corner” in terms of restoring the…

Ethiopian military gunned down man because his phone rang all the way through meeting, Amnesty says

An Ethiopian soldier gunned down a 32-year-old businessman during a security crackdown last year because his phone went off during a public meeting, Amnesty International revealed Friday.The shocking killing was carried out as Ethiopia was trying to suppress an armed uprising by the Oromo Liberation Army, which formed in a region where members of an ethnic group had been complaining they were being marginalized from political and economic power,…

NYC Part 1 reopening house for June 8, Governor Cuomo confirms

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.New York City is set to begin the first phase of its reopening plan on June 8, said Gov. Andrew Cuomo Friday at his daily press conference.”We have to be smart… we have to remind New Yorkers of that,” Cuomo said…

‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ formally getting a sequel after winning box location of enterprise debut

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.”Sonic the Hedgehog” will race into theaters again in an upcoming sequel.Following the success of Paramount Pictures’ adaptation of the popular Sega video game, the studio is reportedly forging ahead with a sequel that will see the original creative…

Sohrab Ahmari: Twitter is ‘reality checking’ Trump, will they additionally examine leading liberals going ahead?

This week, for the first time, Twitter “fact-checked” one of President Trump’s opinions and redirected users to coverage from that paragon of fairness and objectivity, CNN (don’t laugh).Twitter announced the introduction of the new feature earlier this month. The goal, two workers wrote, is to “make it easy to find credible information” and to stanch…

Marc Thiessen aspects out New York Instances hypocrisy on mail-in ballots

President Trump has been adamant that mail-in ballots could compromise the 2020 presidential election, and Marc Thiessen pointed out that The New York Times used to feel the same way.The New York Times reported Thursday that Twitter “added information to refute the inaccuracies” in a tweet Trump sent that “falsely claimed” mail-in ballots would cause the…

Boy Scout abuse survivors attain forward as claim time restrict is quandary

Gill Gayle of Los Angeles is just one of the thousands of men who have come forward with allegations of abuse at the hands of his scoutmasters during his youth in the Boy Scouts of America.”I think I was pretty easy prey. My dad was gone, and my mom was struggling to keep us fed,”…