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FDA authorizes Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine

The Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use on Friday, the first allowed to be administered in the U.S.

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Putin congratulates Biden on election victory

Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Joe Biden on his election victory shortly after the U.S. Electoral College handed him 306 electoral votes to President Trump’s 232.

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Exxon Shareholders Are Staging A Coup To Oust Board Of Directors

Investors are seeking to overthrow Exxon’s board of directors in an attempt to reign in massive spending plans, according to reports.

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Cleveland Will Remain the ‘Indians’ Through 2021

Dolan was referring to the team’s decision to change their name from “Indians,” a name they have had for 105 years, to a new name that is yet undecided.

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Seattle considers excusing criminals if they can prove they broke the law because of drug addiction, mental illness, or poverty

Seattle officials are considering changing the current criminal code to exempt criminals from prosecution if it is deemed that suspects’ survival depended on committing acts of trespassing, theft, or assault.

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Hundreds of Millions Poured Into Big-Money Georgia Senate Runoffs

With control of the Senate and the scope of a potential Biden administration in the balance, all eyes are on Georgia’s Jan. 5 runoff elections.

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Queens Residents Completely Dismantle AOC for Being a Job Killer

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s opposition to Amazon building a headquarters in Queens in early 2019 is coming back to bite her.

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Dem tops watchdog’s list of 2020 political ethics violators

Democratic Montana Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney has topped a watchdog group’s list of the year’s top political ethics violators.

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Patriot Depot’s 2020 Gift Guide for Conservatives

No matter what kind of patriots you have on your shopping list this year, we have the gifts they’ll love – all for under $33!