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· Remembering Larry Kramer, a Playwright and Activist of Righteous Fury →
He did just that, in 1978, with his first novel “Faggots,” in which he took to task what he saw as the excesses of gay culture with an almost sermonizing disapproval that set the tone for a lifetime of alienating his allies as well as his enemies.
· US ends waivers for nations in Iran nuclear deal →
Trump's presumptive opponent, Joe Biden, supports the nuclear deal, arguing along with US allies Britain, France and Germany that it had worked effectively in constraining Iran until Trump walked out and imposed sanctions.
· 'Move on' says British PM, as row over adviser Cummings persists →
It was a message his ministers pressed earlier yesterday, trying to dampen down the row over Cummings, a divisive figure who is seen by both allies and opponents as Johnson's most important and influential strategist.
· Trump finds himself playing campaign defense with core elements of his base →
Trump ally Sen. Martha McSally is currently trailing former astronaut Mark Kelly, the Democrat, in the state's 2020 Senate contest.
· 'Move on' - British PM tries to draw line under adviser row →
It was a message his ministers pressed earlier on Wednesday, trying to dampen down the row over Cummings, a divisive figure who is seen by both allies and opponents as Johnson's most important and influential strategist.
· A Selection Of Appealing Nanocaps →
In comparison, the net automotive finance charge off ratio at Ally Financial (ALLY), a specialist in automotive lending, has averaged 1.3% in each of the last two years, a rate more than ten times that experienced by Southside.
· Coronavirus threatens China's Belt and Road loans →
At the forefront of the spree is the Belt and Road Initiative, President Xi Jinping's $US1 trillion program to finance infrastructure projects across the world and pick up allies from in the process.
· Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers →
Korean-language dailies-- Attaching weight to 'rocket delivery' puts 'quarantine' behind (Kyunghyang Shinmun)-- Ulsan mayor suspected of receiving 20 mln won in bribes in golf ball boxes (Kookmin Daily)-- Giant ruling party with 177 seats vows to complete reform of prosecution, National Assembly when new parliamentary term begins (Donga llbo) -- 561 schools push back reopening schedule, rising cases tied to logistics center rings alarm bell (Seoul Shinmun)-- 'Privilege' should not be shield for corruption, profanity (Segye Times)-- U.S. presses its allies to join China sanctions (Chosun Ilbo)-- As Stanford quintuples cultivation of semiconductor talents, Seoul National University stands still for 15 years (JoongAng Ilbo)-- Coupang makes hundreds of workers work, while hiding virus infections (Hankyoreh)-- For 1st time in 31 years, gov't to increase admissions quota for medical colleges by more than 500 (Hankook Ilbo)-- 'Golden egg': Private digital certification market enters unlimited competition (Maeil Business Newspaper) -- Connecting to quantum computing can prevent new industries from falling behind (Korea Economic Daily)
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· Rosenstein to Testify on Russia Inquiry to Panel Led by Trump Ally →
The hearing will also give Trump allies a prominent platform to attack it.
· Muhyiddin vs Mukhriz (Mahathir): Experts weigh in on what this means for Bersatu... and Malaysia →
“By joining existing PH ally parties, Tun Dr Mahathir’s standing and influence for sure will diminish drastically as compared to the Tun Dr Mahathir in Bersatu,” he said.