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Joe Biden

Joe Biden in Trouble for Accepting Funds from Fossil Fuel Company

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The nearing of 2020 presidential elections has brought variations in the views of various leaders in the country. More importantly, climate change has become a major issue for the Democrats and the activists have successfully elevated the entire concept behind it. However, recently Democratic hopeful and former Vice President Joe Biden came into trouble with…

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Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell Incensed Over Critics-Given Nickname “Moscow Mitch”

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Usually unresponsive to criticism, Senator Mitch McConnell was caught by a nickname that apparently got under his skin. The Senate majority leader recently expressed his indignation over the name “Moscow Mitch” that was given to him by the critics, who accused him of single-handedly obstructing stricter election security measures after the Russian meddling in 2016…

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Cory Booker

Democratic Hopeful Cory Booker Reveals $3 Trillion Plan to Combat Climate Change

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2020 Democratic Hopeful and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker announced a plan worth $3 trillion to combat the climate crisis, if he is elected as the President. His plan has garnered the criticism of the fossil fuel industry as they would be required to pay a carbon fee on fossil fuels and their subsidies will…

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Gun Reforms

Democrats Demand Stricter Gun Reforms Following Multiple Mass Shootings

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Gun-related violence in different US states has recently increased. One of the major reasons behind assault using the deadly weapon is America’s easy access to guns. Since the only real restriction is an individuals’ age, the deadly mass shootings in the country have now become common. If the new gun reform legislation were to be…

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Texas Shooting

After El Paso another Texas Shooting Shakes Entire Country

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Mass shootings in Texas have only increased in the recent time. With growing racial discrimination and high-profile shootings, the entire scenario is gradually upgrading towards a humanitarian crisis in the country. Followed by the El Paso shooting that took place in early August, the recent West Texas shooting during the busy weekend horrified the citizens,…

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Michael Flynn

Michael Flynn “Not Ready to be Sentenced”, his Lawyers Claim

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Defense attorneys of former National Security Adviser (NSA) Michael Flynn on Friday said that the federal government and its lawyers have knowingly delayed the efforts to protect him. His attorneys accused the federal prosecutors of not disclosing some of the documents and audio recordings related with the Mueller investigation and the charges imposed on him.…

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Democratic National Committee

Democratic National Committee to Deny Iowa’s Virtual Caucus

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The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is preparing to deny the decision of allowing the caucus of Iowa to vote using phone from next year. The decision will not only threaten the existence of presidential caucus but will also complicate the implementation of 2020 presidential caucus by Iowa Democratic Party. As per the sources, who knew…

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Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian Moves Past Puerto Rico, Heading towards Florida

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On Thursday, Hurricane Dorian that roiled up on the waters of the Atlantic has now become a perilous Category 3 Storm. Dorian, which had many residents worried, did little damage to Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, flooding up the roads and causing power outage in many areas of the region. It has set…

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Kirsten Gillibrand

Failing to Qualify for Third Debate, Kirsten Gillibrand Quits 2020 Race

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US lawyer and politician Kirsten Gillibrand, who has been serving as the New York Senator since 2009, recently separated herself from other Democratic hopefuls by withdrawing her name from the 2020 presidential race. The New York Senator on Tuesday posted a video on Twitter, announcing that she would end her campaign on Wednesday. The critics…

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