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Chinese virologist accuses Beijing of coronavirus 'I know how they treat whistleblowers' | Fox News

EXCLUSIVE: Hong Kong scientist Dr. Li-Meng Yan was stepping into uncharted territory. Hours before she boarded an April 28 Cathay Pacific flight to the United States, the respected doctor who specialized in virology and immunology at the Hong Kong School of Public Health had plotted her escape, packing her bag and sneaking past the censors and video cameras on campus. She had her passport and her purse and was about to leave all of her loved ... Full story

Dutch government to file suit against Russia over downing of MH17

FILE PHOTO: A crane carries wreckage of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane (flight MH17) at the site of the plane crash near the settlement of Grabovo in the Donetsk region November 16, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic. THE HAGUE (Reuters) - The Dutch government on Friday said it would file a suit against Russia at the European Court of Human Rights over the downing of Malaysia Airlines passenger flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine six years ago. ... Full story

Trump lost badly at the Supreme Court on Thursday, and the future could be worse

Presidents sometimes lose at the Supreme Court. But rarely do they lose as fundamentally — or as personally — as President Trump lost Thursday . In deciding cases involving access to Trump’s personal financial records, the Supreme Court unambiguously rejected the core Trumpian view of the presidency as a complete shield from outside scrutiny. And the way forward looks even worse for Trump: The financial records Trump has long been so ... Full story

The Supreme Court made clear that Trump is not immune from criminal investigation, or indictment

The Supreme Court’s opinion in Trump v. Vance held that neither Article II of the Constitution nor the Supremacy Clause in Article VI immunizes a sitting president from a criminal investigation by a state grand jury. The decision, released Thursday, was a victory for the rule of law. All nine justices agreed with the basic proposition that a sitting president can be criminally investigated and subpoenaed while still in office. The Court’s ... Full story

Salt Lake City protesters smash windows at district attorney's office for clearing officers in Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal shooting

“We accept there will be changes. What we don’t accept is the violence and vandalism we’re seeing tonight,” Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown told KSTU . Protesters had gathered for weeks at the office of Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill (D) to demand a full investigative report on the death of Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal, who was fatally shot while running away from police on May 23, and charges against the two officers ... Full story

Pfizer, BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine expected to be ready for approval by year end: WSJ

FILE PHOTO: A small bottle labeled with a "Vaccine" sticker is held near a medical syringe in front of displayed "Coronavirus COVID-19" words in this illustration taken April 10, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo. (Reuters) - BioNTech SE and Pfizer Inc’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate is expected to be ready to seek regulatory approval by the end of 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing the German biotech firm’s ... Full story

France to restore Notre-Dame Cathedral as it was before inferno

PARIS (Reuters) - Paris’ centuries-old Notre-Dame Cathedral will be rebuilt as it was before being engulfed in a fire last year, the public body in charge of its restoration said on Thursday. The April 15, 2019 blaze gutted the Gothic landmark and major tourist attraction, destroying the spire and roof in a disaster that stunned the nation. A national heritage and architectural commission approved plans to restore the cathedral to its last ... Full story

FedEx letter to Redskins: Change the name or lose stadium signage

FedEx, the shipping giant that signed a $205-million stadium naming rights deal with the Washington Redskins in 1999, notified the team in a July 2 letter that unless the team changes its name it will remove its signage from the stadium after the NFL’s 2020 season, six years before the deal’s expiration. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. The two-page letter, from the general counsel of FedEx to the general counsel at Washington Football ... Full story

Early reopening turns Brazil's capital into COVID-19 hot spot

BRASILIA (Reuters) - When an 80-year-old woman collapsed last week in the streets of the Brazilian capital’s poorest and most populous suburb, she was rushed to hospital and put on a ventilator, neighbors told local media. People queue outside of a bank on a street in the Ceilandia neighborhood, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brasilia, Brazil July 7, 2020. REUTERS/Adriano Machado. But this was not just any suspected ... Full story

Opinion | Joe Biden just ate Trump’s populist lunch

Had President Trump followed a truly populist economic program — forgoing tax cuts for the rich, passing an infrastructure bill, refraining from trying to take health care away from millions of Americans — he might have improved his standing with voters (before the coronavirus calamity) and boxed out Democrats who have always done best when pitching a bread-and-butter economic message to blue-collar voters. Instead, Trump followed the ... Full story