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    New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying so hard to deflect blame away from him after so many elderly people died in nursing homes from the Wuhan coronavirus. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator (CMS) Seema Verma said Cuomo cannot blame Trump for forcing nursing homes to take in coronavirus patients because it goes against federal guidelines.

    Australia might be a half a world away from California, but the massive wildfires that have struck the country are still burning too close to home. My sister-in-law's family lives in the New South Wales town of Bega. They have been forced to evacuate, and we are praying that their home and the horses they were forced to leave behind remain safe. My brother-in-law has joined the firefight.

    Australia has blasted the International Criminal Court (ICC) for launching an investigation against Israel. Rejecting the decision by the Hague-based tribunal to target the Jewish State over alleged 'war crimes,' Australia's Foreign Ministry questioned the legitimacy of the ICC probe against Israel. "Australia's position is clear — we do not recognize a so-called ‘State of Palestine’ and we do not recognize that there is such a State Party to the ICC’s Rome Statute,"said the ministry's spokesperson.

    Conservatives in Australia scored a surprise upset victory, in an election liberals supposedly could not lose. We covered the result Saturday night, including the liberal meltdowns which approached those seen in the U.S. on election night 2016, Australia: Conservatives score surprise upset victory as voters reject Labor climate change and income inequality agenda and Liberals Up the Hyperbole as Conservatives Win in Australia’s Election.

    Australia’s ruling conservative coalition has scored a stunning upset victory in the country’s general election, defying polls that were predicting an easy progressive win. The Labor Party was focused on climate change and raising taxes, and it appears there were a lot of "quiet Scott voters" who weren't interested in what they were selling.

    George Pell, an Australian cardinal who was once the third-highest ranking Vatican official, was sentenced to six years in prison for molesting 2 choirboys in 1996.
    The cardinal was convicted on five counts in December, making him the most senior Catholic official — and the first bishop — to be found guilty in a criminal court for sexually abusing minors, according to, which tracks cases of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy.
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