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There's no spreadsheet that told Gov. Eric Holcomb to drop his COVID-19 rules on April 6. Political pressure from the GOP is the only explanation.        IndyStar
VOA VIEW: Liberal propaganda.
Nearly 50,000 New Yorkers have died of COVID-19, data shows. The Empire State has recorded at least 49,928 deaths from the virus as of Sunday afternoon, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. With the seven-day daily average around 76 deaths, the state is on track to surpass the milestone this week. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Sad!
"One troll vowed to murder me in front of them, and added: 'When your dad dies, the world will have a party.'" New York Post
VOA VIEW: Morgan spoke out against Markle who is an idiot.

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The Cuomo administration largely ignored a county official’s pleas for COVID-19 tests for nursing homes at the pandemic’s height last spring — even as the governor allegedly secured the then-scarce tests for his relatives, The Post has learned. The slight is the latest stumble in Cuomo’s pandemic response, particularly with respect to nursing homes, where... New York Post
Eric Trump said if he or his older brother, Don Jr., lied on a federal form as Hunter Biden allegedly did in paperwork to buy a pistol — which is the subject of a controversial incident involving the Secret Service — they would be jailed for life. Eric Trump was asked by Fox host Maria Bartiromo on... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Take it to the bank.
New York and New Jersey now have the highest rates of COVID-19 infection in the country. The Empire State has averaged 548 cases for every 100,000 residents over the past 14 days — only surpassed by the Garden State with 647 cases. Despite vaccination efforts, New York has not seen a dramatic reduction in infections.... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Foolish leadership.
A federal program had 106 injury claims for vaccines, hydroxychloroquine and other COVID-19 treatments but had not decided any claim as of March 15.      USA Today
VOA VIEW: Bad, but not the end of the world.
A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that an Ohio college professor can try to prove his First Amendment rights were violated and sue the school for damages after he was reprimanded in 2016 for refusing to address a transgender student by her preferred pronouns. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Well deserved.
More police departments around the country have started using body cameras in the wake of the police confrontations in Ferguson and New York. But in the near future, they likely won't be the only ones using them on the job. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi explains who else may be wearing them and what it means for your privacy and protection. CBS
VOA VIEW: Self protection from false accusations.

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Severe weather ripped through the South from Texas to North Carolina on Saturday and continues on Sunday morning with at least 168 reports of severe weather so far. ABC
President Joe Biden receives high marks on top priorities -- the coronavirus pandemic and the economic recovery -- but there are warning signs for other areas. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden is an idiot.
Fauci said a leveling off of new cases at a high rate of infection is "a risk." CBS
VOA VIEW: Fauci is a fake fool.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy talks with CBS News about navigating a hostile Republican Congress and facing off with critics who say tougher environmental regulations will hurt the economy. CBS
VOA VIEW: McCarthy has no clue.

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Oil prices are at a five-year low and could keep dropping. CBS
VOA VIEW: Good for the public and transportation.
Delta has introduced five new fare classes on their flights. What does it mean for travelers, and are other airlines likely to follow suit? CBS
VOA VIEW: Transportation will rise when there is more stability.
A time capsule dating back to 1795 has been recovered in Boston. It was originally placed by revolutionary war figures Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. Workers used extraordinary care to remove the capsule from the cornerstone of the Massachusetts statehouse. Jim Axelrod reports on what the time capsule might reveal about the nation's formative years. CBS
VOA VIEW: Interesting!

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Representative Henry Cuellar says border communities are struggling to handle the number of migrant families being released into the U.S. CBS
VOA VIEW: A mess is being caused by Biden.
House members narrowly approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill late Thursday night, hours before the deadline that threatened government shutdown. It will fund the government for another 9 months. The Senate could vote on the bill Friday. Nancy Cordes reports on how after much haggling, both sides tacked on pet provisions. CBS
VOA VIEW: The Dems has gone on a spend craze.
Biden will separate his sprawling plan to upgrade the nation's infrastructure into two separate pieces that he will unveil weeks apart. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Spend, spend, spend - Biden's new middle name.
"We have the danger — and I do mean danger — of having another surge within the next two months," Vanderbilt University's Dr. William Schaffner told CNBC. CNBC
The Supreme Court will hear arguments from Goldman Sachs in a case that could have major implications for shareholders seeking to bring securities-fraud suits. CNBC
VOA VIEW: An interesting response.

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San Diego Comic-Con's decision to place the in-person international convention over Thanksgiving weekend is facing harsh backlash from fans, talent and press. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A definite spreader.
A steep decline in wages in 2020 could reduce Social Security benefit calculations for some. But an improving economy could help curb that drop. CNBC
VOA VIEW: No one knows what will happen.
George Floyd's public death under the knee of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin last May set off an intense debate about societal issues on anti-Black racism, on police accountability and on the entire American criminal justice system. CNN
VOA VIEW: A fair trail is very questionable.

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More than 10 months after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, opening statements begin Monday in the murder trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. FOX News
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted Thursday to boost its contracts with law enforcement by $36 million through the end of this year amid a spike in crime across the city. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Cutting police funding is a bad idea.
Former Acting ICE Director Tom Homan criticized the Biden administration's immigration policies on 'Fox Report.' FOX News
VOA VIEW: Biden's lies, denials and no answers are an insult.

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