Flood risk, abortion, Supreme Court, Golden State Killer: Monday's news

Source: USA Today - View Original Article
Published: Jul 02, 2020
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89% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

89% Positive Sentiment + Policies: Abortion = 89% Liberal


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83% "The Broadway League announced Monday that performances in New York City will be suspended through the remainder of 2020."
78% "Broadway stages will remain dark for the rest of the year amid a national boom in coronavirus cases."
75% "It's Ashley, back with the news you need to know."
74% "The nation's leading infectious diseases expert, Anthony Fauci, said he remains cautiously optimistic that a vaccine could be widely available by year's end - but he warned that it might be only 70% effective."
70% "Give it to me straight:"
69% "Thresholds the federal government uses to identify a property at risk of flooding do not account for millions of properties - and even more will be in danger by 2050."
67% "The new data paints a picture of the USA as woefully underprepared for damaging floods."
57% " The battle over reproductive rights isn't over."
51% "As of Monday, the number of confirmed cases were more than 10 million, and the death toll was more than 502,000 around the globe."
-52% "DeAngelo, 74, has never publicly acknowledged the killings but offered up a confession of sorts after his arrest that cryptically referred to an inner personality named Jerry that purportedly forced him to commit the wave of crimes that ended in 1986. U.S. intelligence officials said Russia secretly offered cash to Taliban-linked militants to kill coalition troops, including Americans, in Afghanistan, according to multiple news media reports."
-53% "Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., who was arrested in 2018, had remained almost silent in court until he uttered guilty to killing a community college professor in 1975."
-64% "They aren't."
-65% "The New York Times reported Friday that President Donald Trump was informed months ago that a Russian intelligence unit offered payments to kill troops, but Trump insisted he did not know about the reported bounty."
-69% "On the *mildly* bright side, you know what could be ready by the end of 2020?"
-73% "Check your property's risk here."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

89% : More abortion cases are headed the high court's way as both sides zero in on the ultimate prize: upholding or overruling the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide in 1973.
83% : The Broadway League announced Monday that performances in New York City will be suspended through the remainder of 2020.
78% : Broadway stages will remain dark for the rest of the year amid a national boom in coronavirus cases.
75% : It's Ashley, back with the news you need to know.
74% : The nation's leading infectious diseases expert, Anthony Fauci, said he remains "cautiously optimistic" that a vaccine could be widely available by year's end - but he warned that it might be only 70% effective.
72% : The court ruled that a restrictive Louisiana law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals "poses a 'substantial obstacle' to women seeking an abortion" and "offers no significant health-related benefits.
70% : Give it to me straight:
69% : Thresholds the federal government uses to identify a property at risk of flooding do not account for millions of properties - and even more will be in danger by 2050.
67% : The new data paints a picture of the USA as woefully underprepared for damaging floods.
66% : The intelligence was not shared with Trump because it had not been "verified" within the U.S. intelligence community, a White House spokeswoman said Monday.
64% : The Supreme Court struck down state restrictions on abortion clinics Monday, giving abortion rights advocates a big victory at the conservative court.
57% : " The battle over reproductive rights isn't over.
51% : As of Monday, the number of confirmed cases were more than 10 million, and the death toll was more than 502,000 around the globe.
48% : DeAngelo, 74, has never publicly acknowledged the killings but offered up a confession of sorts after his arrest that cryptically referred to an inner personality named "Jerry" that purportedly forced him to commit the wave of crimes that ended in 1986. U.S. intelligence officials said Russia secretly offered cash to Taliban-linked militants to kill coalition troops, including Americans, in Afghanistan, according to multiple news media reports.
47% : A nationwide flood risk tool released Monday shows some federal maps traditionally used to calculate flood risk are alarmingly outdated.
47% : Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., who was arrested in 2018, had remained almost silent in court until he uttered "guilty" to killing a community college professor in 1975.
45% : And what we know about the reported Russia bounty on U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
43% : Touching your face is a tough habit to break, so the geniuses at NASA invented a necklace to remind you to stop doing this 👉 🤦♀️ to prevent to spread of COVID-19.
42% : Millions of homes are at risk of flooding.
36% : They aren't.
35% : The New York Times reported Friday that President Donald Trump was informed months ago that a Russian intelligence unit offered payments to kill troops, but Trump insisted he did not know about the reported bounty.
31% : A former police officer - accused of being California's Golden State Killer, a serial rapist who terrorized the state and killed more than a dozen people, evading capture for decades - pleaded guilty Monday to the first of 13 murders.
31% : On the *mildly* bright side, you know what could be ready by the end of 2020?
27% : But first, hands off:
27% : Millions of Americans think they're safe from floods.
27% : Check your property's risk here.
23% : There are more than 2.5 million cases in the USA and more than 125,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins.
22% : The alleged "Golden State Killer" pleads guilty to murder.

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