Only the US has more coronavirus cases than India. But unlike Trump, its leader seems immune from criticism

Modi is seen by many as a "national messiah" who is working on a grander agenda to reshape the Indian nation along Hindu lines, and is not accountable for day-to-day government failures, say analysts.
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Over 860,000 Americans Have Already Voted, Compared to Fewer Than 10,000 by This Point in 2016
The reported number is a sign of Americans' excitement for the upcoming election, as well as an increased commitment to voting early fueled by the coronavirus pandemic and concern over the U.S. Postal Service.
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Seven detained for Paris knife attack near former Charlie Hebdo offices
Seven people have been detained in connection with a knife attack in Paris near the former offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, French authorities said. One suspected accomplice has been released, according to Reuters. Gérald Darmanin, Minister of the Interior, said the Friday incident was being treated as an act of “Islamic terrorism.” The...
Op-Ed: Democrats can't stop Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation. They can show how she would take away our rights
The Democrats have no way to stop Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation. But they should use the hearings to show how she would take away rights.
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2020 French Open: What to know about women's singles tournament
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UK PM Boris Johnson pledges to increase WHO funding, undercutting US
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday used a speech to the U.N. General Assembly to give full backing to the embattled World Health Organization, and to promise additional funding -- undercutting the U.S. decision to withdraw from the body earlier this year.
Florida, Ole Miss teams kneel in moment of unity before kickoff
The Florida Gators and Ole Miss Rebels took a knee in a moment of solidarity before their game kicked off Saturday afternoon.
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China pushes emergency COVID-19 vaccine to thousands despite safety concerns
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Demi Lovato’s ex Max Ehrich learned relationship was over ‘through a tabloid’
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GOP fights back against attacks on Amy Coney Barrett’s adopted children
So much for keeping kids out of politics. Liberals on social media are questioning whether two children adopted by President Trump’s expected Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, were adopted legitimately — as Senate Republicans leaped to defend her. “Some adoptions from Haiti were legit. Many were sketchy as hell,” wrote a Democratic activist...
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CDC Calls Off Minnesota COVID-19 Study After Reports of Racism and Intimidation Against Surveyors of Color
The voluntary and in-person survey was developed by the CDC to examine the impact of public health emergencies
NASA Astronaut Will Vote From Space
Astronauts have been able to cast ballots from above since the Texas legislature gave its blessing in 1997. "It's critical to participate in our democracy," NASA astronaut Kate Rubins said.
Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs continues push to oust Pelosi in Twitter video
Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs is continuing his push to oust Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi using a short Twitter video calling on her to "vacate the chair."
Trump Says He Wants a “Beautiful Transition” but Insists Won’t Lose “Except if They Cheat”
It marked at least the third time this week Trump has appeared to place conditions on a transition of power.
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New York City is “under assault like never before.” That’s according to James M. Olson, former chief of counterintelligence with the CIA, who told The Post that the Chinese government has accelerated its spy recruitment efforts. He “conservatively” estimated that China has more than 100 intelligence officers operating in the city at any given time....
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The FBI has arrested the founder of a Black Lives Matter group in Atlanta on fraud and money laundering charges.
Thousands across the country continue to protest the Breonna Taylor ruling
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NYC woman sues pet shop for not letting her take pricey poodle home
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How Biden continues to eat into Trump's base
President Donald Trump heads into the debate trailing former Vice President Joe Biden. Trump is the first incumbent to be losing in the polls at this point since George H.W. Bush in 1992.
Progressive groups buy Amy Coney Barrett domain name in attempt to smear her
Progressive groups launched the first salvo in the looming war to stop the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, buying up her domain name online. Anyone searching for more information at will now be redirected to a site owned by the the liberal activist organization Demand Justice. “Amy Coney Barrett is...
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Derek Jeter recorded the sixth-most hits in baseball history, but the former Yankees captain absorbed plenty of hits, as well, to start his tenure as the head of baseball operations with the Miami Marlins. After Jeter’s team clinched its first playoff berth since defeating his Yankees in the 2003 World Series with a 4-3 win...
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