Fast Facts on the Georgia Senate runoffs Perdue and Loeffler will face Democratic challengers Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock after no candidate received the required 50% in the Nov. 3 election. The runoff results will decide which party holds the majority in the Senate Perdue and Loeffler will face Democratic challengers Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock after no candidate received the required 50% in the Nov. 3 election. … [Read more...] about LIVE UPDATES: Trump to campaign for GOP Senate runoff candidates in Georgia Saturday
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But Law and Chow only have such a platform because of their previous work in Hong Kong itself. Unknown protesters are unlikely to get such treatment -- and even sympathetic foreign governments and politicians will be cautious of meeting with those who cannot show evidence of any real constituency. … [Read more...] about With arrests and a security law, who is left to fight for democracy in Hong Kong?
Public health clinics performed tests until 10 p.m. the day before the exam, to encourage students to get diagnosed if they had symptoms. Covid tests for students were prioritized. One high school teacher in Daejeon, a city south of Seoul, tested positive around 9.30 p.m. Wednesday. After one of his close contacts tested positive, dozens of exam workers were substituted for reserve staff. … [Read more...] about Half a million South Korean students sit a college entrance exam despite rising Covid cases
I said I was both frustrated and gravely concerned about how the GOP is continuing to advance disproved conspiracy theories regarding the integrity of the election. Senator Johnson said that he knew and accepted the fact that Joe Biden had won. I asked why he wouldn’t say so at a moment when Trump was taking a sledgehammer to the very foundation of our democracy. Senator Johnson replied that the institutions of our democracy are strong enough to withstand what is going on. … [Read more...] about Former Wisconsin Republican Official Says Sen. Ron Johnson Told Him Biden Won, But It Would Be ‘Political Suicide’ To Admit It