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Why Kamala Harris had to Suspend her 2020 Democratic Primary Campaign?

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2020 Democratic Primary

Once considered as the possible frontrunner of 2020 Democratic primary race, California Sen. Kamala Harris suspended her presidential campaign on Tuesday. Harris announced her exit in a video on Twitter, citing lack of financial resources as the reason behind suspending her campaign. The California Senator had begun her campaign with an impressive rally in Oakland…

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US on Aid Withholding Spree, Releases Lebanon Military Aid after Months

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Lebanon military aid

The White House officials have finally released Lebanon military aid worth $105 million after withholding it for several months. The aid has increased the possibility of US-Israel relations being impacted. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, two congressional staffers and an administration official claimed that the aid was released right before Thanksgiving and the officials…

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Netanyahu Discusses Impacts of Iranian Threats ahead of NATO Summit

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Iranian Threats

With protests ravaging across Iran, President Donald Trump spoke with the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday to discuss the extent of Iranian threats and other grave issues. The statement released from the White House in response to the call said, “The leaders discussed the threat from Iran, as well as other critical bilateral…

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Virginia Dems Continue to Push for Ratification of Equal Rights Amendment

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Equal Rights Amendment

The state Democrats are now pushing to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). With this, Virginia will become the 38th state to ratify ERA, paving the path for a constitutional amendment. The amendment ensures that no citizen undergoes discrimination due to their gender. In the past 47 years, 37 states have ratified the amendment, with…

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Post New Orleans Shooting, Will Supreme Court Modify Gun Rights?

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New Orleans Shooting

Repeated mass shootings have rattled peace across the country despite various calls for stricter gun laws. The recent New Orleans shooting near French Quarter has forced many to think about the Supreme Court’s decision on its first gun rights case in the decade. New Orleans was rocked with two mass shooting incidents on Sunday, leaving…

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Jerry Nadler Issues Impeachment Participation Deadline to White House Officials

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Jerry Nadler

In a letter to the White House officials, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler has furnished a deadline of December 6. The deadline requires the President and others to confirm if the officials at the White House want to participate in the committee’s impeachment hearing or not. The recently offered deadline requires the White House…

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2020 Presidential Primary Race: Obama asks Hopefuls not to Steer too Left

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Presidential Primary Race

Former Democratic President Barack Obama has remained a key player in the Democratic presidential primary race, with the Democratic hopefuls looking forward to his support since the launch of their respective presidential campaigns. The candidates believe Obama’s massive popularity amongst the Americans can turn the tide of 2020 Democratic primary in their favor. Until now,…

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Strained Turkey-France Relationship Threatens Upcoming NATO Summit

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NATO Summit

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusogula has accused French President Emmanuel Macron of being a “sponsor of terrorism”. The statement from the Foreign Minister comes ahead of the NATO summit in the UK. The critical statement from Cavusogula might also be in response to the French President hosting the Syrian Democratic Force (SDF) spokeswoman Jihane Ahmed…

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Hong Kong Bill Sparks Criticism amid Ongoing Uighur Muslims’ Oppression

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Hong Kong Bill

A week after the House and Senate passed the Hong Kong bill, President Donald Trump has finally signed the bill into a law, withdrawing criticism from the Chinese government, according to whom the bill is “full of prejudice and arrogance”. The Hong Kong bill was introduced as a move to support the pro-democracy protestors and…

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