A Dallas megachurch whose pastor has been a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump was approved for a forgivable loan worth $2 million to $5 million, according to long-awaited government data released on Monday. Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a rally last month at the First Baptist Church of Dallas, whose pastor, Robert Jeffress, has been on Trump's evangelical advisory board. It was among the tens of thousands of religious organizations that received a total of $7.3 billion in pandemic aid from the Small Business Administration.
The mom of two has been modeling a boatload of bikinis during her tropical getaway
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Comedian Rickey Smiley reveals teen daughter was shot three times in Houston, she suffers nerve damage
Rickey Smiley said his daughter Aaryn, 19, was shot three times over the July 4 weekend in Houston. She spoke from recovery in the hospital.
The 2020 coronavirus and 1918 Spanish influenza pandemics share many similarities, but they also diverge on one key point. A major difference between Spanish flu and COVID-19 is the age distribution of fatalities,” according to Deutsche Bank “For COVID-19, the elderly have been overwhelmingly the worst hit. For the Spanish flu of 1918, the young working-age population were severely affected too.
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DeSean Jackson says he has no hate toward Jewish community after repeatedly posting fake Hitler quote
The Eagles, which have a Jewish owner and general manager, have not yet commented.
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'It was totally like a foreign country': South Koreans angered by US troops firing fireworks and brawling on the street
Over 70 police reports were filed and 200 police officers were deployed, according to South Korean news reports.
"I don't want to get out in front of the President (Donald Trump), but it's something we're looking at," Pompeo said in an interview with Fox News. U.S. lawmakers have raised national security concerns over TikTok's handling of user data, saying they were worried about Chinese laws requiring domestic companies "to support and cooperate with intelligence work controlled by the Chinese Communist Party." Pompeo's remarks also come amid increasing U.S.-China tensions over the handling of the coronavirus outbreak, China's actions in Hong Kong and a nearly two-year trade war.