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Woman thrown into door by NJ corrections officer needs 12 staples, 4 stitches

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JERSEY CITY — A 49-year-old New Jersey corrections officer has been charged with throwing a woman into a wood and glass door, leaving the woman with injuries that required 12 staples and four stitches, authorities said. Lorenzo L. Stephens, of Freeman Avenue in Jersey City, is charged with aggravated assault on the woman in Jersey City…

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Guilfoyle’s positive COVID-19 test a ‘set-back’ to troubled Trump campaign trying to brush off pandemic fears: report

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According to the Washington Post, the report that top Donald Trump 2020 campaign official, and girlfriend to Don Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle has tested positive for COVID-19 is not only a setback for the president's troubled campaign but also a stark reminder that the coronavirus is still spreading rapidly despite the president's denials.

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Conservatives are freaking out over the NFL playing “The Black National Anthem” before games

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In a performative gesture that does nothing to discourage police from killing Black people, the National Football League has decided to jump on the feel-good Black-ally bandwagon and play "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing" (aka. the Black National Anthem) at the start of every week one game when the season opens on September 10.

The song, which was written in 1900 and set to music in 1905, will reportedly play before the usual national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner", and will be presumably be all but forgotten by the NFL after one week.

Predictably, conservatives on social media are using the hashtag #BoycottNFL to express their displeasure:

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GOP lawmaker hammered on CNN for ‘idiotic’ claim the economy is too healthy for a new stimulus

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On CNN Saturday, financial columnist Michelle Singletary ripped Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) for claiming that the economy may be too good right now for another round of stimulus.

"Do you get the sense that the economy is recovering? And that these check wills not be needed?" asked co-anchor Christi Paul.

"No, I do not get the sense that the economy is recovering," said Singletary. "I mean, we see now with the cases increasing, businesses have to close down again and also people are panicked, so they are staying home because they don't want to be out there and catch it. So this idea that this aid is still not needed, that we're, you know, all happy now, is just not true. It is a false narrative. And it is gonna hurt a lot of people in this country."

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