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$20 Harriet Tubman Bill’s Delaying till 2028 Sparks Criticism

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Harriet Tubman bill

Treasury department secretary Steven Mnuchin announced last month that the upcoming $20 Harriet Tubman bill would be delayed by 2028. He also said that it might be possible that the bill won’t include the portrait of the former abolitionist and political activist.   According to The New York Times, the department started working upon the…

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“Men in Black: International” Disappoints with its Lousy Script and Characters

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Men in Black: International

Men in Black: International, the fourth film of the Men in Black franchise and the first film of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson together after Thor: Ragnarok, might be the latest and most appropriate example of why a good script is a must for a blockbuster. It’s been almost 22 years since the first Men…

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Virginians Elect Joe Morrissey, Ignoring Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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Joe Morrissey

As per the results of the primary Virginian elections that took place in the State on Tuesday, Virginian Democrat Joe Morrissey, who earlier served a jail sentence of six months in 2015, won the elections for the state’s 16th Senate District. The 61-year-old former state legislator has been earlier accused of having sex with his…

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Joe Biden Successfully Shifts Attention from Abortion Laws to his Campaign

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Joe Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden and the President continue to widen the rift between them as they get involved in a heated exchange of words. During their visits to Iowa on Tuesday, both the leaders continued demeaning each other that started since Biden announced his campaign for the 2020 presidential elections. Following the turnout at…

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Primary Virginia Elections: Important Details Ahead

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Virginia Elections

The ongoing primary Virginia elections would decide the fate of state legislature and local candidates in their advancement to the November 5 general elections in the state. The scheduled time of polling has been set in between 6:00 am to 7:00 pm today. Virginian voters will get the advantage of voting in either Democratic or…

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Biden Criticized by Fellow Democrats Following Iowa Polls

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Iowa Polls

The latest Iowa polls conducted by Selzer and Co. to find out the most favorite Democratic leader for 2020 presidential elections in the country, brought in a wave of criticism from various Democrats. While criticizing former Vice President Joe Biden on the basis of  the results of the polls, Democrats said that the candidates with…

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HBO’s Miniseries on Chernobyl Disaster Tops on IMDb

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Chernobyl Disaster

HBO, an American entertainment network that has the highest number of subscribers in the US, recently premiered a miniseries with the name Chernobyl. The show that tells the story of the 1986’s  Chernobyl disaster has become number one on IMDb’s list. Written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck, Chernobyl – one of the…

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Dark Phoenix and Other June 7 Releases: Everything You Need to Know

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Summer is all about blockbuster movies. While, the last weekend was a busy one at the box office, this week the rush is expected to increase with exciting Hollywood sequels and new releases hitting the theaters. Worldwide releases on Friday including the Secret Life of Pets 2, Dark Phoenix, and the Last Black Man in…

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Repealing Hyde Amendment Finally Becomes a Priority for 2020 Hopefuls

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Hyde Amendment

It doesn’t come as a surprise that the Republicans have never supported women over their right to their own bodies or helped them in grave circumstances. The Hyde Amendment, passed by the House of the Representatives in September 1976, has recently come into light for its provision. Along with the amendment, former Vice-President and 2020…

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