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Former Presidential Candidate Herman Cain Hospitalized With Covid-19 After President Trump’s Tulsa Rally

Herman Cain, a 2012 GOP presidential candidate, is being treated for the coronavirus at an Atlanta-area hospital, according to a statement posted on his Twitter account. Cain was hospitalized less than two weeks after attending President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma; however, he did not meet with the President. Cain, 74, was hospitalized after developing “serious” symptoms but is “awake and alert,” according to the statement.  ...Read more

Seattle Police Clear “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” After Executive Order By Mayor

Seattle have cleared out the city” durkan. Police in Seattle were ordered to clear out the city’s ‘autonomous zone’ and arrested over 30 protesters following an executive order from Mayor Jenny Durkan. The “occupied” zone, which has been dubbed the Capitol Hill Organized Protest area, was cleared by police on Wednesday. The order from Durkan came after four shootings, two of which were fatal, occurred in the area within the last month. ...Read more

Google Removing Misleading Ads Relating To Voter Registration

On Monday, Google said that it had removed search ads that charged users searching for voting information large fees for voter registration or harvested their personal data. A Google spokeswoman said that the company’s misrepresentation policy barred such ads when searching for terms such as “register to vote,” “vote by mail,” and “where is my polling place.” ...Read more

Many U.S. States Hit Record Highs For Positive Covid-19 Cases, As Worldwide Total Exceeds 10 Million

As the confirmed global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million, with the death toll surpassing 500,000 on Sunday, New York State continued to lower its numbers; despite infections surging in multiple other U.S. states. New York state reported just five coronavirus deaths, the lowest seen since March 15. Just 616 of New York’s almost 62,000 tests Saturday resulted in positive diagnoses. ...Read more