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  1. Biden Says It Would Be 'Difficult' To Lose Sanders Or Warren From Senate For Admin.
    The president-elect says he is open to including his progressive former rivals in his new administration, but that he also needs strong leadership in the Senate.

  2. Fox News Settles With Seth Rich's Parents For False Story Claiming Clinton Leaks
    Fox News settles with parents of a slain Democratic staffer over a retracted 2017 story reporting he had shared party emails with Wikileaks. Fox also suggested Democrats were linked to his death.

  3. Biden Can Receive Intelligence Briefings Now That Transition Is Underway
    President Trump has not conceded the election, but now that the transition is underway, President-elect Joe Biden can access the same brief about national security threats that Trump receives.

  4. Biden's Secretary Of State Pick Has Both Diplomatic And Musical Chops
    In remarks on Tuesday, Antony Blinken thanked the people who helped him along the way, including relatives, friends, coworkers ? and his bandmates.

  5. Trump Pushes Through Policy Changes And Staffing Appointments In Last Days In Office
    In the final weeks of his administration, President Trump is pushing through policies and making appointments that his successor will have to contend with.

  6. GOP Infighting Endangers Party's Chances In Georgia's Runoff Elections
    Control of the Senate is on the line in January's runoff elections in Georgia. And Republican infighting about how the November election was conducted may hurt the party's chances.

  7. Latest In Presidential Transition: Trump Makes Comments, Biden Unveils Cabinet Picks
    President Trump pardoned turkeys on Tuesday, making his first public comments since acknowledging that the transition is going ahead. Meanwhile, President-elect Joe Biden unveiled his cabinet picks.

  8. Michigan AG Investigating Threats Made Against Wayne County Election Officials
    Dana Nessel's office did not outline specific threats against Wayne County Board of Canvassers. The probe was announced a day after Michigan certified that President-elect Joe Biden won the state.

  9. Parents Of Man Killed In U.K. Crash Lose Their Challenge To U.S. Diplomatic Immunity
    Harry Dunn's family argued the U.K. government had wrongly granted Anne Sacoolas diplomatic immunity. Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. diplomat, is charged in his death but fled to the U.S.

  10. Twitter To Accept Blue Check Mark Requests in 2021 Following 3-Year Hiatus
    Twitter said on Tuesday that after a three-year hiatus, it will again allow users to apply for the coveted blue check mark. The program was paused after a controversy over the badges in 2017.

Scientific Consensus - Politically Correct Words for Bullying

Commentary after commentary tries to browbeat opponents with the ‘scientific consensus’ of some point. As if the collective opinions of some group convey not just a stamp of approval on an issue but anoint their position with the ...

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