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A Full Timeline of Lori Loughlin & Felicity Huffman’s College Scandal

April 9, 2020

Federal prosecutors in the college admissions scandal have filed a response to Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli’s request to dismiss the case. In new court documents obtained by E! News, emails, phone transcripts and photos further reveal the famous couple’s alleged involvement with the scam’s accused ring leader, William “Rick” Singer.

Among the exhibits submitted by prosecutors are photos of their daughters posing on an indoor rowing machine, which prosecutors allege were taken by Loughlin and Giannulli and sent to Singer to help them gain admission to the University of Southern California. 

May 21, 2020

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2020 was a terrible year. But the world’s in better shape than you might think

Still, the overbearing Covid-19 pandemic kept it from front pages and ensured that a near-fatal blow to a deadly disease occurred with little fanfare.

“It doused the massive jubilation, and publicity, and recognition such a milestone deserves,” said Dr. Tunji Funsho, the person more responsible than anyone else for the eradication of wild polio from Nigeria, and with it Africa.

But the moment was “a huge sigh of relief,” added Funsho, whose work as chair of Rotary International’s polio-eradication program in Nigeria earned him a spot on Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020.

“Having seen and held children paralyzed

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2020 election: Electoral College affirms Biden win, shaking loose fresh Republican recognition

It’s a constitutionally mandated ritual that’s typically no more than a curious afterthought following a presidential election, but the ceremonial vote took on newfound significance this year as President Donald Trump and his GOP allies made unprecedented efforts to subvert the popular will of the voters and overturn Biden’s November victory.

The vote finally shook loose statements acknowledging Biden’s win from previously reluctant Republicans, but Republican-appointed electors in several states gathered to hold symbolic votes for Trump — while a retiring Republican congressman announcing he was leaving the party over his colleagues’ unwillingness to move on.

The Electoral College votes

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Almost half of 2020 college grads still looking for work: “I should be out of the house by now”

Tabitha Palmer graduated in May of 2020 with a master’s degree in English from the University of Alabama. After completing her studies, she moved back home to Warrior, Alabama, smack in the middle of the pandemic. A year later, she’s still living with her parents and looking for her first full-time job in publishing.

“I’m 25 — I should be out of the house by now, but the circumstances messed that up,” Palmer told CBS MoneyWatch. She also said she had expected her job hunt to take about six to nine months, but “COVID doubled it and made it a

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US Elections 2020: What is the Electoral College? | US Elections 2020 News

The United States presidential election on November 3 is rapidly approaching and President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden, are in the final stretch of campaigning.

But to understand how the country’s next leader will be chosen, one must first understand a system known as the Electoral College.

In the US, the president and vice president are not decided by which candidate receives the most votes overall in the country, even though US voters do directly select a preferred choice on their ballots.

Instead, it all comes down to Electoral College voters.

Who are these

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