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US remembers 9/11 as pandemic changes tribute traditions


NEW YORK (AP) — Americans are commemorating 9/11 with tributes that have been altered by coronavirus precautions and woven into the presidential campaign, drawing both President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden to pay respects at the same memorial without crossing paths. 

Trump says he knew coronavirus was deadly


In audio recordings obtained by The Washington Post and CNN, President Trump stated to journalist Bob Woodward that he played down the risk of COVID-19 to avoid creating panic. The audio is described in Woodward’s new book “Rage,” where President Trump said he deliberately played down the threat of pandemic and feels no responsibility to better understand the anger and pain of Black Americans. On Wednesday, Trump called Woodward’s book, titled Rage, a “political hit job” and said that he wanted to “keep the country calm.” “I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down, because

US will not join global effort in developing a coronavirus vaccine


The White House released a statement this Tuesday, announcing their plan to opt out of the World Health Organization (WHO) led Covid-19 Vaccines Global Access (Covax) project. The goal of Covax is to encourage countries to combine efforts in funding, developing and distributing potential vaccines in an efficient, equitable manner.

We want Superman

After Augusts DC Fandome some fans had one question on their minds, where was Superman?

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