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Trump mental health

Dangerous Days Ahead as President’s Mental Health Deterioration Coincides with Likely Election Loss

Interview with Dr. Bandy X. Lee, assistant clinical professor in law and psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, conducted by Scott Harris

Census 2020

Trump Succeeds at Ending U.S. Census Early, Ensuring Costly Undercounts

Interview with Beth Lynk, director of the Census Counts campaign, conducted by Melinda Tuhus

dark money

Dark Money Funds Campaign Pushing Supreme Court to the Right

Interview with Lisa Graves, founder, executive director and editor-in-chief at True North Research, conducted by Scott Harris

This Week’s Under-reported News Summary – Oct. 21, 2020

Compiled by Bob Nixon

  • SARS ban: Nigeria abolishes loathed federal special police unit
  • Sackler family’s plan to keep its Oxycontin billions
  • Texas Republicans paved the way for their own demise

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Trump: Cautionary Tale Why Presidents Shouldn’t Have Unilateral Power to Launch Nuclear War

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Special Feature

Long time Progressive Activist Undertakes Water-Only Fast to Defeat Donald Trump

Ted Glick talks about his current month-long "Fast to Defeat Donald Trump" in the presidential election. Consuming only water, salt, potassium, and vitamin C, Glick will be continuing his fast until Nov. 3.

Glick has been an activist for more than 50 years. He is author of "Burglar for Peace: Lessons Learned in the Catholic Left's Resistance to the Vietnam War."

@RestingDad @logicbot3000 @bubbaprog @govkristinoem Jail or citations make no sense when the punishing winter and flu season is upon us. Somehow people are woefully ignorant of how interconnected our 21st century world now is and this is a pandemic with a virus we have no immunity for.

@RestingDad @logicbot3000 @bubbaprog @govkristinoem How about less intubations, overrun ICU units & medical staff due to the virus' voracious contagiousness, less loved ones getting sick or dying alone w/o family near in hospitals far from home, or just dying at home to avoid costly bills. Over 220,000 dead already-been thru it

In many states and across the U.S., the worst coronavirus outbreaks are in rural areas.

Counties of fewer than 10,000 people are seeing more coronavirus cases than at any other time during the pandemic.

Our U.S. tracking pages now show testing and hospitalization, giving a fuller picture.

In Ohio, where new cases are up about 63% over two weeks ago, testing is increasing but hospitalizations are also up — so more testing alone doesn't explain the rise.





In Depth

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As Nov. 3 approaches, will the Dems fumble again?

The Resistance Roundtable panel discusses the rocky path to a Democratic victory on November 3.  Guest Valerie Horsely, co-CEO of Action Together CT, talks...

Heading down the stretch to Nov. 3.

The Resistance Round Table discusses the events of the past week and welcomes Nation Magazine Washington Affairs Correspondent John Nichols to analyze the Republican...


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The United States, home to the world’s biggest outbreak, has failed to tap this genome sequencing technique’s full potential to pinpoint the beginnings of a potential hotspot and the next actions to contain it. #covid19 #hotspots
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But if a large outbreak does occur and too many people need treatment, rural hospitals could easily be overwhelmed and be forced to send patients traveling even farther from their homes for care. #COVID19 #FluSeason #WearaMask
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#COVID19 cases and deaths per capita in rural areas have surpassed those in urban areas. Rural hospitals are fewer & hours away. Since August, per capita case & death rates in rural areas have outpaced those in metropolitan areas. #NorthDakota #SouthDakota