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November 25, 2020
Live Updates: Georgia Dems to resume door-to-door canvassing amid pandemic

Georgia's Democratic Senate candidates will resume door-to-door canvassing amid the coronavirus pandemic ahead of the January runoff Senate elections, according to reports. Many Democratic Party candidates halted the traditional canvassing method before the 2020 presidential election due to concerns that knocking on voters' doors could spread COVID-19. "I think the Democrats made a crucial error […]

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November 25, 2020
Michigan county board supports impeachment of Democratic Gov. Whitmer

A county in northern Michigan threw its support behind a resolution put forward by three Republican members of Michigan's House of Representatives calling for the impeachment of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer last week. Despite Michigan Speaker of the House Rep. Lee Chatfield, a fellow GOP member condemning the resolution, the Kalkaska County Board of Commissioners voted […]

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November 25, 2020
Car crashes into gate outside German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office

A car covered in protest slogans crashed into a gate protecting German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office in Berlin on Wednesday. The crashed Volkswagen station wagon had the words “Stop Globalisation Politics” written in white on its right side and “You damn killers of children and old people” on the other, photos show. It was not […]

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November 25, 2020
Meghan Markle reveals she suffered a miscarriage in July

Meghan Markle revealed Wednesday that she suffered a miscarriage in the summer — describing the “almost unbearable grief” it caused her and husband Prince Harry. The 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex recalled in a personal essay for The New York Times feeling a “sharp pain” on an ordinary morning in July while changing one-year-old son Archie’s […]

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November 25, 2020
Colonial Williamsburg Project Unearths Graves and Artifacts at Site of Historic Black Church

Archaeologists working in Colonial Williamsburg to unearth what life was like for the original congregants of one of the oldest Black congregations in the country have uncovered one and possibly two graves and more than 12,000 artifacts, including an ink bottle, doll fragments and coins. Digging beneath a parking lot in the Virginia city, the […]

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November 25, 2020
Rep.-elect Tony Gonzales helps GOP hold Texas border district: 'My story is the American dream'

Tony Gonzales, the newly elected Republican congressman from Texas, brings to Washington a drive to tackle border security and immigration reform -- examples of thorny issues that the Navy veteran says politicians have avoided for too long. Gonzales, a Mexican-American first-time politician, will represent a majority Hispanic southern border district that Democrats unsuccessfully targeted to […]

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