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Coronavirus testing timeline: how it all played out

February 28, almost six weeks after the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in the country, laboratories and hospitals are finally allowed to conduct their own Covid-19 tests with the component (that was causing false results) eliminated.

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Is is time for Attorney General Barr to go?

In addition to changing sentencing recommendations for Roger Stone after President Trump tweeted his displeasure, and overruling his own career prosecutors, Bill Barr, through the Justice Department, has engaged in a number of other partisan acts.

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Should we take in more or fewer refugees?

Resettling refugees is complicated, expensive and labor-intensive. Should we decrease the number of refugees we take into the US? Or increase them? Let’s take a look.

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Should California have a better forest management plan?

Keep in mind: The fires raging in California are not even in forests. But, does the President’s tweet regarding forest management have any merit? Did this massive, deadly and costly fire result from poor forest management?

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Are we divided on issues of immigration?

For more than ten years the APA has conducted a poll to determine the greatest stressors in American, and every year either money or work have topped the list. This year, the “future of our nation” is the number one concern on the minds of a majority (63%) of Americans.

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How should we talk about the tragedy in Pittsburgh?

The number of antisemitic incidents across the US as a whole rose 57% in 2017, according to an audit by the Anti-Defamation League, the largest single-year increase on record and the second highest number since the ADL started tracking such data in 1979.