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NEWS - WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2020 - NEWS
The NYSE president says it will look "different" than it did before. ABC
VOA VIEW: Good!
The owner of a boat service company said the husband of Michigan's governor dropped her name while pleading to get his boat in the water for Memorial Day weekend ABC
VOA VIEW: Oops!
GOP officials in several states are moving forward with preparations for increased mail-in voting. CBS
VOA VIEW: No mail-in voting.

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The CDC recommends it, but the president mocks it. CBS
VOA VIEW: It showed Biden weakness.
Trump's tweets revived a baseless theory that MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was somehow involved in the death of his former staffer. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Good!
Several Republican officials are pitching their states as possible venues for the upcoming Republican National Convention after President Donald Trump threatened to move it out of North Carolina over coronavirus restrictions. CNBC
VOA VIEW: That will teach NC stupidity.
Dating is hard enough in the best of times. Throw in nationwide social distancing mandates, and a highly contagious virus for which there's no cure or vaccine, and you would expect the search for love to be the last thing on everyone's mind. But dating is thriving as singles turn to dating apps in record numbers. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Foolish!
President Donald Trump retweeted Fox News contributor Brit Hume's criticism of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for wearing a mask in public. CNN
VOA VIEW: As he should.
Floor trading reopened at the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo rang the opening bell, and traders exulted in cheers. It was the perfect setting for investors' unbridled enthusiasm about the markets. CNN
VOA VIEW: Biden did not like the good news.

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The streets of downtown Miami were turned into canals on Memorial Day, stranding some drivers as a slow-moving tropical disturbance brought heavy rainfall and significant flooding to South Florida.  FOX News
The Defense Department's deputy inspector general resigned on Tuesday, more than a month after President Donald Trump removed him as the Pentagon's acting inspector general, becoming the latest official in a federal oversight role to depart. Reuters
Hong Kong police issued a warning late on Tuesday that they would not tolerate disruptions to public order, after activists circulated calls online for fresh demonstrations on Wednesday. Reuters
U.S. President Donald Trump is displeased with China over Beijing's effort to impose a new security law on Hong Kong after last year's pro-democracy unrest, White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said on Tuesday. Reuters
VOA VIEW: China is digging their own grave.

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to block a judge's ruling that requires the U.S. government to evaluate moving up to 837 potentially at-risk prisoners out of a federal prison in Ohio due to concerns about the health risks of the coronavirus. Reuters
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday promised a swift review of data on hydroxychloroquine, probably by mid-June, after safety concerns prompted the group to suspend the malaria drug's use in a large trial on COVID-19 patients. Reuters
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he will travel to Washington to meet with President Donald Trump on Wednesday and planned to discuss major investments in infrastructure as a way to jumpstart a U.S. economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. Reuters
VOA VIEW: The federal government should not bailout Cuomo's blunder.

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Sales of new single-family homes rose 0.6 percent in April buoyed by a nearly 9 percent increase in the Northeast, according to figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Tuesday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good news for the US, bad for Biden.
Germany's highest civil court has ruled that Volkswagen must buy back vehicles that were fitted with illegal emissions software in a landmark decision in the "Dieselgate" scandal. UPI

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     There is no bias - China caused the pandemic - period.  A Chinese-American advocacy group says that having city Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza oversee instruction to fight bias against Asians “is like having the KKK run training on anti-black bigotry.” The Chinese American Citizens Alliance Greater New York issued the statement ripping the “race-trafficker-in-chief’’ after the Department of Education told The Post on Saturday that Carranza now wants his controversial training programs — which seek to end anti-Latino and anti-black- bias — to also fight bigotry targeting Asians.


     “Unbelievably, the man who commits explicit anti-Asian bigotry just added anti-Asian bigotry to his implicit-bias training for Department of Education staff,’’ the group charged.  “This is, after all, the man who smears Asians [by claiming] they think they ‘own’ admissions to Specialized High Schools, while he pursues policies that seek to exclude large swathes of Asians from these schools,’’ according to the statement. A rep from the DOE called the remarks “toxic rhetoric” that just creates division..