Nate Hanson
Nate Hanson
Digital Journalist @VerifyThis | Previously @KGWNews | WSU Grad. #GoCougsSource
Portland, Oregon
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Yes, the Trump administration in 2020 agreed to the release of 5,000 Taliban prisoners

Yes, the Trump administration in 2020 agreed to the release of 5,000 Taliban prisoners

Peace talks between the Afghanistan government and the Taliban, which never made substantial progress, didn’t begin until after the release of the prisoners. The Taliban on Aug. 15 seized control of the Afghanistan government for the first time in nearly 20 years. President Joe Biden said the Taliban’s return to power occurred quicker than his administration expected. The takeover in Kabul has led to a dangerous situation for Americans and U.S. allies trying to evacuate out of Afghanistan. Since the Taliban’s takeover, people have claimed that the U.S., when Donald Trump was president,...

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Voting laws in Georgia are more restrictive than in Colorado

Voting laws in Georgia are more restrictive than in Colorado

Breaking NewsAfter Major League Baseball moved its All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado over concerns of voting restrictions, debate began over the two states’ voting laws.Credit: Adobe Stock Image -- jlmcanally5:17 PM MDT April 8, 2021Major League Baseball last week announced it, Georgia, citing concerns over the state’s new voting law that was passed in March. On Tuesday, MLB announced the midsummer classic.The response over Denver hosting the All-Star Game was met with criticism from several Republican leaders who criticized the voting rules in Colorado. U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.)...

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Oregon reports 422 new COVID-19 cases, most daily cases in two weeks

Oregon reports 422 new COVID-19 cases, most daily cases in two weeks

Coronavirus NumbersWhile Thursday's case count was high compared to previous weeks, Oregon Health Authority said there was a 15% decrease in cases last week.PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon health officials on Thursday reported 422 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths linked to the virus. There has been a total of 162,806 reported coronavirus cases in Oregon during the pandemic, including 2,370 people who have died.The 422 cases reported Thursday are the most reported in a day since March 9. Multnomah County reported the most new cases Thursday with 69, followed by Washington County with 54. Here...

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