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Trump’s Many Lawsuits

This is where Mr Trump has launched most of his challenges, and although Mr Biden has already been certified the winner with a margin of over 80,000 votes, the president has not given up attempts to overturn the result. Mr Trump’s legal team has claimed voters in Democrat-leaning areas were...
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Explaining the Apple vs Epic Games Lawsuit

Apple’s and Google’s spats with app developers over their cut of revenues exploded into a high-stakes clash on Thursday when the tech giants kicked the wildly popular game Fortnite out of their app stores and the game’s maker hit back with lawsuits. The fight began on Thursday morning with a...
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Why Trump is Trying to Ban Certain Apps in the U.S.

On Friday night, Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One that he could use the International Emergency Economic Powers Act to institute the TikTok ban, according to a pool report via David Cloud of the Los Angeles Times. “Well, I have that authority,” Trump said. “I can do it with...
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Why Schools Should Not Reopen

Lifting restrictions on businesses allows them to reopen to customers, but it doesn’t require them to do so, and it doesn’t require customers to patronize them. In Georgia, for example, many small businesses told local media that they don’t plan to reopen, though they have the freedom to do so.And...
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The Current State of COVID-19

The U.S. has now confirmed more than 1.66 million COVID-19 cases. To date, at least 98,223 individuals in the U.S. have died from the coronavirus causing COVID-19. At least 29,229 of those COVID-19 deaths occurred in New York, 11,147 in New Jersey, 6,416 in Massachusetts, 5,241 in Michigan, 5,148 in...
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What to Know About Coronavirus

With more than 46,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the US (and more than 392,000 cases worldwide), it’s clear that the novel coronavirus (aka COVID-19), along with the anxiety surrounding it, isn’t going anywhere soon. Because the virus is so new (it’s technically called SARS-CoV-2, FYI), lots of the fear...
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Music’s Effect on the Brain

Pain Reduction “I think music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music.” —Billy Joel A 2014 study found that music was helpful for patients with fibromyalgia. The study showed that listening...
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History of Roman Food

It goes without saying that Rome’s past plays an enormous role in its present. There is, however, one piece of Roman history that is rarely discussed: that of its food. While this could be for many reasons, my sneaking suspicion is that once you find yourself before the stunning simplicity...
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My Kiva Story

Here is a short video showcasing my growth and progress on Kiva file:///C:/Users/Owner/Desktop/MY%20KIVA%20STORY.mp4
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History of Rome

Beginning in the eighth century B.C., Ancient Rome grew from a small town on central Italy’s Tiber River into an empire that at its peak encompassed most of continental Europe, Britain, much of western Asia, northern Africa and the Mediterranean islands. Among the many legacies of Roman dominance are the...
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