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Worldwide Hot and humid today. Pop-up storms possible
Author: 0 Hot and humid today. Pop-up storms possible

Some storms will linger into Monday as a cold front passes through. Most of us will stay dry this morning, but storms may continue closer to Lake Michigan. Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms will bring heavy rain back to the midstate Friday and could cause flooding in some low-lying areas, forecasters said.

Worldwide Global COVID-19 cases top 19.7mn: Johns Hopkins
Author: 0 Global COVID-19 cases top 19.7mn: Johns Hopkins

MINSK - Belarus reported 112 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, taking its total to 68,850, according to the country's health ministry. NY did not provide age distribution for state-wide cases, the study noted. A new study finds at least 97,000 children were recently infected with the coronavirus across the United States. On Friday, the National Health Institutes also launched a program seeking to identify which children might be most at risk for developing that condition, known as ...

Worldwide Trump to laud Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy
Author: 0 Trump to laud Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy

It is not the first time Twitter has taken the action of freezing accounts for breaching its COVID-19 misinformation rules. Twitter on Wednesday said it had temporarily blocked President Donald Trump's official campaign account from tweeting due to a post containing misinformation about COVID-19.

Worldwide RNC: Decision on private Trump renomination vote not final
Author: 0 RNC: Decision on private Trump renomination vote not final

The president said his campaign plans to file a lawsuit on Tuesday to stop Nevada Democratic officials from carrying out a plan to send mail-in ballots to every voter ahead of the November elections. "No one should have to choose between staying in line to vote and making it to their job on time", she said. But Cegavske said the equipment, education, printing and postage would cost the Nevada Secretary of State's office an additional $3 million, not including costs to counties, which ...

Worldwide China suspends HK extradition treaty with New Zealand
Author: 0 China suspends HK extradition treaty with New Zealand

The individuals include Samuel Chu, a United States citizen who runs the Washington, DC-based Hong Kong Democracy Council, as well as activists who have fled Hong Kong for the UK, Germany, and one undisclosed country, BBC reported. Earlier last week, Hong Kong postponed its parliamentary elections, originally due to be held in September, by a year. "China's passage of its new national security legislation has eroded rule-of-law principles, undermined the " one country, two systems " ...

Worldwide Coronavirus vaccine will be ready by early 2021: Dr Anthony Fauci
Author: 0 Coronavirus vaccine will be ready by early 2021: Dr Anthony Fauci

Another study published July 30 in JAMA, an global peer-reviewed general medical journal shows the level of the virus in kids is at least as high as the level of virus in adults. "You make all kinds of recommendations, comments on dating and baseball and everything you can imagine", Jordan said incredulously. The U.S. COVID-19 cases reached 4.5 million with over 152,000 fatalities as of Friday afternoon, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.

Worldwide James Murdoch resigns from News Corp., citing editorial differences
Author: 0 James Murdoch resigns from News Corp., citing editorial differences

The resignation was effective Friday. The company also owns the Times , Sunday Times and Sun newspapers in the United Kingdom, as well as a number of Australian publications. In a joint statement, James Murdoch's older brother, Lachlan, and their father, Rupert, expressed their gratitude to him for his service to the company and wished him the best for the future.

Worldwide Why Trump floated delaying the election — Twitter bombshell
Author: 0 Why Trump floated delaying the election — Twitter bombshell

US President Donald Trump suggested on Thursday that November's presidential election be postponed until people can vote safely without the fear of getting infected by the coronavirus. And some people don't want to talk about it, but they know it. Some states already have all-mail elections without any issues, while all but a handful of states have expanded their rules about voting by mail to allow anyone to cast a mail ballot amid the pandemic.

Worldwide Royal Warning: Prince Andrew In DANGER After Ghislaine Maxwell Failure
Author: 0 Royal Warning: Prince Andrew In DANGER After Ghislaine Maxwell Failure

As the tension arises in Ghislaine Maxwell's case related to Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking scandal, Prince Andrew has been given a stern warning to be very concerned with what dirt the court might dig up about him. Maxwell, 58, pleaded not guilty on July 14 to helping Epstein recruit and eventually abuse three girls in the 1990s, and committing perjury by denying her involvement under oath.

Worldwide Queensland travel restrictions leaves AFL, NRL, Super Netball in limbo
Author: 0 Queensland travel restrictions leaves AFL, NRL, Super Netball in limbo

She added in a press conference: "We are in extraordinary times at the moment and we have to do everything we can". "We must protect Queenslanders", the Premier said from Brisbane on Wednesday. Victoria state, where the capital Melbourne was forced into a second lockdown, on Tuesday reported 384 new cases and 295 on Wednesday, down from Monday's record of 532 new cases.

Worldwide Hurricane Hanna batters coronavirus-hit Texas
Author: 0 Hurricane Hanna batters coronavirus-hit Texas

The NHC said the storm will be near the main Hawaiian Islands Saturday, moving over parts of the state Sunday and Monday, bringing high winds, heavy surf, and rainfall of up to 25 centimetres. In addition, Corpus Christi, Port Mansfield, McAllen, and other coastal Texas towns all experienced storm surge flooding from hurricane Hanna that affected residential and commercial buildings.

Worldwide IDF Helicopters Carry Out Attack in Syria
Author: 0 IDF Helicopters Carry Out Attack in Syria

The Israeli military on Friday stated its helicopters struck Syrian army targets in action to mortars fired towards the Israeli- inhabited Golan Heights, Reuters reported. The incident started around 3:00 p.m. local time and the Army ordered all residents of the Upper Galilee region to remain indoors until further notice.

Worldwide Rajnath Singh reviews defence ties with Israeli counterpart
Author: 0 Rajnath Singh reviews defence ties with Israeli counterpart

Israel will soon send a high level research delegation to India to conduct a series of "final stages of testing" as part of the joint effort to develop the rapid testing kits for COVID-19. Assaf Meller. The Israeli and Indian scientists will carry out 4,000-5,000 tests of each technology in India to determine if they can work. The two countries will take the help of artificial intelligence to develop the kit which will be validated through using PCR tests.

Worldwide Trump Wants to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From the Census
Author: 0 Trump Wants to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From the Census

President Donald Trump signed a memorandum on July 21 ordering the US government to exclude illegal aliens from the calculations used to apportion congressional seats based on the population survey conducted during the 2020 census . Texas, California and Florida are likely to be the state losers under a President Trump's new policy of excluding undocumented immigrants from the count used to dole out House seats, according to Pew analysis Friday.

Worldwide United States orders shutting down of Chinese consulate in Houston
Author: 0 United States orders shutting down of Chinese consulate in Houston

It did not provide any details. Mike Pompeo, the Secretary of State, who has been a leader in aggressively pushing hard-line policies on China, said Wednesday at a news conference in Copenhagen that the Trump administration was 'setting out clear expectations as to how the Chinese Communist Party is going to behave'.

Worldwide Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine study shows dual immune action
Author: 0 Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine study shows dual immune action

Adrian Hill , director of the Jenner Institute at Oxford University . The study found that a single dose of AZD1222 resulted in a 4-fold increase in antibodies to the SARS-CoV-2 virus in 95% of participants 1 month after injection. trial. Oxford scientists behind the trial have said the preliminary results are "very encouraging", while Boris Johnson has said it is an "important step in the right direction".

Worldwide Princess Beatrice, Edoardo Mapelli release official photos after secret wedding at Windsor
Author: 0 Princess Beatrice, Edoardo Mapelli release official photos after secret wedding at Windsor

The 31-year-old royal bride wore a stunning, sleeveless ivory gown that features a waterfall of embroidery that starts at the bodice and goes down to the thigh. In the first picture, we see the princess and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are all smiles, celebrating the special day with their close family members. Princess Beatrice of York's heels may have been her "something old" on her wedding day .

Worldwide Rouhani says 35 million Iranians may contract coronavirus
Author: 0 Rouhani says 35 million Iranians may contract coronavirus

Iranian health officials have tried to play down President Hassan Rohani's estimate that as many as 25 million Iranians could have been infected with the coronavirus since the beginning of the outbreak. "Between 30 and 35 million people in the coming months may be exposed to the disease", Rouhani said to members of Iran's coronavirus task force. The rising toll has prompted authorities to reimpose restrictions in worst-hit provinces after being lifted country-wide in April, with Tehran ...

Worldwide US, Britain, Canada Accuse Russia of Hacking Coronavirus Research
Author: 0 US, Britain, Canada Accuse Russia of Hacking Coronavirus Research

Russian news agency RIA cited spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying the Kremlin rejected London's allegations, which he said were not backed by proper evidence. election, but the recent announcement is the first time this group has been named in connection to cyberattacks related to the coronavirus pandemic , according to winknews.com.

Worldwide Israelis protest against Netanyahu, gov't handling of COVID-19
Author: 0 Israelis protest against Netanyahu, gov't handling of COVID-19

Adding to his troubles, a new economic bailout plan announced by the embattled premier came under tough criticism from some of the government's top economic experts. A Midgam Research & Consulting poll published by Channel 12 last week found just 46 per cent of respondents approved of Netanyahu's job performance, down from 74 per cent in May.

Worldwide Police shoot Portland protester in head with impact weapon, causing severe injuries
Author: 0 Police shoot Portland protester in head with impact weapon, causing severe injuries

The Times editorial board warned this month that the nation is facing a potentially unsafe period in the Trump administration, as the flailing president sees his political support flagging. Portland Police say federal agents use munitions, CS gas and a long range acoustic device during more than five hours of demonstrations. Read Oregon Public Broadcasting's entire report here.

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