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Stressed Cities Strike Billions in Debt Plans From Ballots

1 month ago   |   By Bloomberg

Local governments are scuttling borrowing plans that would normally be put before voters on Election Day as financial uncertainty strains municipal budgets and stresses taxpayers that need to sign off on such debt.
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Experts Warn Of Erratic COVID-19 Testing Numbers After Thanksgiving

Experts Warn Of Erratic COVID-19 Testing Numbers After Thanksgiving

The result could be potential dips in reported infections that offer the illusion that the spread of the coronavirus is easing. Read more ...

‘Voters, not lawyers, choose the president': Appeals court shoots down Trump...

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Iran scientist linked to military nuclear program killed

Iran scientist linked to military nuclear program killed

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - An Iranian scientist that Israel alleged led the Islamic Republic's military nuclear program until its disbanding in the early 2000s was... Read more ...

Trump Says He'll Go If Electoral College Chooses Biden

Trump Says He'll Go If Electoral College Chooses Biden

President Trump thanked the troops in a Thanksgiving press conference-but after a reporter asked him whether he had big plans for his last Thanksgiving in the White House, the... Read more ...

Trump maintains election fraud, pledges travel to Georgia in first presser...

Trump maintains election fraud, pledges travel to Georgia in first presser since election

President Donald Trump took questions from reporters Thursday for the first time since he lost the presidential election, continuing to declare the results fraudulent and... Read more ...

Unthankful Trump Refuses To Say If He Will Attend Biden Inauguration

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“It's going to be a very hard thing to concede,” the president said in combative remarks between a bevy of falsehoods. Read more ...

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The estranged Trump campaign lawyer filed lawsuits to overturn election results in Michigan and Georgia, rife with spelling and formatting errors. Read more ...

Eric Trump's Latest Attempt To Spread Disinformation Backfires - Like All...

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Donald Trump's son was set straight on Twitter. Again. Read more ...

Milwaukee County Finishes its Recount

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After eight days of counting almost nearly 460,000 ballots by hand, Milwaukee County confirmed that President-elect Joe Biden received the most votes there in the presidential... Read more ...