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'Somebody ought to sue his ass off': Trump rants about impeachment whistleblower'Somebody ought to sue his ass off': Trump rants about impeachment whistleblower | The IndependentShapeleftrightShape
'Somebody ought to sue his ass off': Trump rants about impeachment whistleblower'Somebody ought to sue his ass off': Trump rants about impeachment whistleblower | The IndependentShapeleftrightShape





Another cruise ship with coronavirus victims is docking in Florida - CBS News
Another cruise ship with coronavirus victims is docking in Florida - CBS News

Passengers in Beijing before an American Airlines flight to Los Angeles in late January.
Passengers in Beijing before an American Airlines flight to Los Angeles in late January.
UN chief praises positive response to global ceasefire - CBS News
UN chief praises positive response to global ceasefire - CBS News



Palm Sunday live streaming

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About 75,000 of the town's 200,000 residents are feared to have COVID-19
About 75,000 of the town's 200,000 residents are feared to have COVID-19





A gas flame burns from a pipe close to an offshore oil platform in the Persian Gulf's Salman Oil Field, operated by the National Iranian Offshore Oil Co., near Lavan island, Iran, on Thursday, Jan. 5. 2017. Nov. 5 is the day when sweeping U.S. sanctions on Iran’s energy and banking sectors go back into effect after Trump’s decision in May to walk away from the six-nation deal with Iran that suspended them. Photographer: Ali Mohammadi/Bloomberg
A gas flame burns from a pipe close to an offshore oil platform in the Persian Gulf's Salman Oil Field, operated by the National Iranian Offshore Oil Co., near Lavan island, Iran, on Thursday, Jan. 5. 2017. Nov. 5 is the day when sweeping U.S. sanctions on Iran’s energy and banking sectors go back into effect after Trump’s decision in May to walk away from the six-nation deal with Iran that suspended them. Photographer: Ali Mohammadi/Bloomberg

This Day in History: April 4

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A nurse takes the temperature of a baby outside the main bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The government announced a nationwide lockdown starting Tuesday to fight the spread of new coronavirus, putting strict restrictions on residents' movements, but emphasized it will guarantee the continuation of local agriculture and food distribution. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
A nurse takes the temperature of a baby outside the main bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The government announced a nationwide lockdown starting Tuesday to fight the spread of new coronavirus, putting strict restrictions on residents' movements, but emphasized it will guarantee the continuation of local agriculture and food distribution. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)

A girl carries her stuffed animal, also wearing a face mask, moments before entering her home in Zambiza, near Quito, Ecuador, Thursday, April 2, 2020. The government has declared a "health emergency," restricting movement to only those who provide basic services, enacting a curfew and closing schools to help contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
A girl carries her stuffed animal, also wearing a face mask, moments before entering her home in Zambiza, near Quito, Ecuador, Thursday, April 2, 2020. The government has declared a "health emergency," restricting movement to only those who provide basic services, enacting a curfew and closing schools to help contain the spread of the new coronavirus.