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August 14, 2020

Kentucky AG meets with Breonna Taylor’s family for first time – 5 months after her death
The attorney general of Kentucky extended condolences to the family of Breonna Taylor this week, meeting with them for the first time since Taylor was fatally shot by police during a drug raid in March, according to reports.... click to read more

This Day in History: Aug. 14
President Harry S. Truman announces that Imperial Japan surrendered unconditionally, ending World War II.... click to read more

Journalist declares 'one-man war against critical race theory' after nuke lab holds 'white privlege' training
A major nuclear laboratory forced white male executives to undergo "white privilege" training that amounted to "racism masquerading as anti-racism," City Journal contributing editor Chris Rufo told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday.... click to read more

New York City’s Annual 9/11 light Installation canceled over coronavirus
New York City’s annual light installation in honor of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks has been canceled to help control the spread of the new coronavirus, organizers said Thursday.... click to read more

National security adviser O'Brien says Trump deserves Nobel Peace Prize after Israel, UAE announce deal
President Trump should be eligible for the Nobel Peace Prize after the "historic" agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien told “Hannity” Thursday.... click to read more

Teachers union leader claims schools don't have enough money for PPE to reopen, blames McConnell
Schools across America don't have the money for enough Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to shield themselves from the coronavirus, American Federation of Teachers (AFT) president Randi Weingarten told "The Story" Thursday.... click to read more

Progressives blast DNC for giving AOC just 60 seconds at convention but more time to Kasich, Bloomberg
Progressives blasted the Democratic National Committee for allotting only 60 seconds at next week's convention to "Squad" member Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. while giving larger platforms to former Republican Gov. John Kasich and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. ... click to read more

Sean Hannity recounts past Kamala Harris critiques of Biden, asks her, 'What about principle?'
Sean Hannity rhetorically questioned Kamala Harris Thursday over her previously stated reservations about presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, now that Harris has agreed to serve as his running mate.... click to read more

Barr warns Democrats 'playing with fire' over 'grossly irresponsible' mail-in voting push
The "reckless" push by Democrats to expand mail-in voting could raise "serious questions about the integrity of the election," Attorney General William Barr told "Hannity" in an exclusive interview Thursday.... click to read more

NCAA cancels fall championships as major football marches on
The NCAA called off fall championship events — a move Thursday that does not affect major college football — because not enough schools will be competing in sports such as men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball during the first semester.... click to read more






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