TikTok hearing set for Sunday, hours ahead of ban deadline

TikTok hearing set for Sunday, hours ahead of ban deadline

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With deadlines looming, the U.S. is fighting to impose President Trump’s ban on the viral video-sharing app TikTok. A federal judge in Washington scheduled a Sunday morning hearing on TikTok’s request to halt the ban, hours before it’s set to go into effect. The U.S. on Friday filed a sealed motion opposing TikTok’s effort. ByteDance […]

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Law & Justice loses touch with Poland’s moderate Catholics

Law & Justice loses touch with Poland’s moderate Catholics

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Polish president Andrzej Duda visited Pope Francis in the Vatican on Friday, in a meeting between two men seen by many in Poland as embodying very different visions for the future of the Catholic Church. Mr Duda, a conservative regarded by his supporters as a guardian of traditional Catholic values, drew international criticism for a […]

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Coronavirus latest: Disapproval of UK pandemic response rises, says poll

Coronavirus latest: Disapproval of UK pandemic response rises, says poll

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Bar-owners and restaurateurs in Marseille took to the streets in protest against a two-week hospitality ban which came into effect on Saturday. The southern city’s first deputy mayor, Benoît Payan, called the curbs “an affront” but French health minister Olivier Véran said the “health situation in Marseille has badly deteriorated”. Spain’s response to the worst […]

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Trump Will Create More Debt Than Obama

Trump Will Create More Debt Than Obama

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Former U.S. President Barack Obama congratulates U.S. President Donald Trump after he took the oath … [+] of office. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) 2017 Getty Images In the Federal government’s fiscal 2020 year that is ending in three days, President Trump will have overseen a deficit exceeding $3 trillion. This will be after a […]

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