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» Americans stranded at Pakistan airport after cruise ship was denied entry to multiple countries over coronavirus fears

Americans stranded at Pakistan airport after cruise ship was denied entry to multiple countries over coronavirus fearsA plane full of Americans and Canadians was stranded on a tarmac at an airport in Karachi, Pakistan, for several hours on Thursday after it was turned away from multiple countries due to fears of the coronavirus, according to a family member of two of the passengers.



» Rep. Doug Collins says he doesn't want national intelligence job after Trump floats his name

Rep. Doug Collins says he doesn't want national intelligence job after Trump floats his nameMachinations surrounding the nation's top intelligence job follows a briefing in which officials said Russia is interfering again in U.S. elections.



» Elizabeth Warren trolls Republican donor with ad in his paper telling him how much tax she'll make him pay

Elizabeth Warren trolls Republican donor with ad in his paper telling him how much tax she'll make him payElizabeth Warren has bought ad space in a newspaper owned by Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, taunting the billionaire with an estimate for how much he would pay during the first year of her presidency with her promised 2 per cent wealth tax.“Here’s how much Sheldon Adelson pays under Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax in the first year: $2,300,000,000,’ the ad, printed in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, says.



» Housing crisis: Berkeley law would put renters first

Housing crisis: Berkeley law would put renters firstThe mayor of Berkeley, California, proposed a new housing policy Thursday aimed at giving renters first dibs when a property goes up for sale, as the state battles a severe housing shortage and homelessness that Gov. Gavin Newsom has declared his top priority. Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin announced a proposed ordinance to give renters "the first refusal and right to purchase" when their apartment buildings or rented homes are put on the market. Berkeley's city council will vote on the idea later this month.



» Watch Out! U.S. Army Tanks Could Collapse Polish Bridges On Their Way to Battle Russia

Watch Out! U.S. Army Tanks Could Collapse Polish Bridges On Their Way to Battle RussiaThe U.S. Army and its closest allies have a problem. The region of the world where they arguably are most likely to deploy its heaviest vehicles for high-tech combat also is peppered with flimsy old bridges that can’t support the vehicles’ weight.




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