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Analyzed News: February

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Articles in topic February

Pop Smoke and Dua Lipa single released

Prior to his death in February 2020 during a home invasion in Los Angeles, Pop Smoke recorded a video jamming to Dua Lipa's 2018 collaboration with Calvin Harris, "One Kiss."

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Opinion: Pfizer's latest statement has me on the edge

With tears of gratitude in my eyes, one day in February, I drove to a clinic in Wyoming, Minnesota, and got my first injection of the Pfizer vaccine. I qualified for it as the father of a boy with Down syndrome, a condition that comes with increased medical risks from Covid-19. In May, shortly after the vaccine received emergency use authorization for 12 to 15 year olds, my 14-year-old son received his first Pfizer dose, and when my daughter turned 12 at the end of the month, she followed.

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Nevada to vote by primary instead of caucus

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed a sweeping law Friday that moves its party presidential selection contest up to the first Tuesday in February in 2024 and changes it from a caucus to a primary.

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What we know about the Covid-19 Delta variant first found in India

A coronavirus variant first detected in India in February has now gone global, popping up in dozens of countries and raising fears that the strain may spearhead a wave of infection that could overwhelm health care systems, reverse reopening plans and even potentially undermine the rollout of vaccines.

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Microsoft wants to make voting more trustworthy. This partnership will help

In late February 2020, Microsoft carried out the first official test of its ElectionGuard voting security software in an election in Fulton, Wisconsin, for the local school board and a state supreme court seat. Developed as part of the tech giant's "Defending Democracy" project, the software is designed to help make elections more secure and trustworthy.

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Opinion: Mitch McConnell's arc of Trump doesn't bend toward justice

Nothing describes the arc the Republican Party has traveled over the past few months better than the journey of Sen. Mitch McConnell: In February, the minority leader was calling former President Donald Trump "practically and morally responsible" for the Jan. 6 Capitol riot; three-and-a-half months later he was making a "personal favor" plea to colleagues to kill a bipartisan commission that would have investigated the deadly insurrection.

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Just when you think GOP couldn't get more extreme, along comes Marjorie Taylor Greene

In February, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell excoriated former President Donald Trump, calling him "practically and morally responsible" for the attack on the US Capitol. Now, McConnell opposes the creation of an independent commission to investigate the January 6 insurrection -- going so far as to ask his fellow Republicans for "a personal favor" to block it.

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