· 'Move on' says British PM, as row over adviser Cummings persists →
However, opinion polls show that faith in Johnson has tumbled since the story broke on Friday, and some of his Conservative lawmakers have called for Cummings to go.
· 'Move on' - British PM tries to draw line under adviser row →
Opinion polls show that faith in Johnson has tumbled since the story broke on Friday in The Mirror and The Guardian newspapers, and some of his Conservative lawmakers have called for Cummings to go.
· Sorry, President Trump, Twitter makes its own rules →
On the right, Twitter's supposed tendency to lean left in applying its own rules about flagging content has become an article of faith.
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· Victim in police encounter had started new life in Minnesota →
When you try so hard to put faith in this system, a system that you know isn’t designed for you, when you constantly seek justice by lawful means and you can’t get it, you begin to take the law into your own hands.”
· Why Twitter labeling Trump’s tweets as “potentially misleading” is a big step forward →
There was a time when Alex Jones’ tweets and videos about the Sandy Hook school shooting also fell into the realm of “speculating about true crime,” even though his conspiracy theories were almost certainly promoted in bad faith.
· Biden condemns death of George Floyd, says black lives are 'under threat' →
“Our members know Joe has done everything he could to create a fairer process for forming and joining a union, and he is ready to fight with us to restore faith in America and improve the lives of all working people.”
· George Floyd was 'very loving' and a 'gentle giant,' friends and family say →
Floyd's sister, Bridgett Floyd, says that the faith she shared with her brother leads her to believe justice will be done.
· Trump wants to fight Twitter more than regulate it →
Right now, that law ensures that platforms can’t be sued over content posted by their users, provided they make a good faith effort to remove posts that violate the law.
· Refusing to Wear a Mask Is an Empty Act of Defiance →
The logic of political correctness, as he sees it, leaves no room for good faith, no space for altruism.
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· Ravi Zacharias, Preacher Who Used Reason to Defend Faith, Dies at 74 →
Ravi Zacharias, an evangelist and author who became an important voice for Christians by making a rational argument for the existence of God and vigorously defending the faith against atheists, relativists, Buddhists and other challengers, died on May 19 at his home in Atlanta.