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Sarah Midkiff

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  • Digital Trends
  • Elite Daily

Recent articles by Sarah:

Two Sisters Tried Expose Jeffrey Epstein Over 20 Years Ago — But No One Listened

They tried to speak out. No one would listen. Now, the Netflix series is giving them a platform to tell their stories. → Read More

What To Do If Your Stimulus Check Is Sent To The Wrong Address

If you didn’t set up direct deposit or it wasn't available to you, the Treasury Department should be sending it to you by check in the mail. But, what happens if it was sent to the wrong address? → Read More

Trump Reacts To Twitter Fact Check Label With Threats

In response, the president insisted that Twitter is “stifling free speech” and “is interfering with the 2020 Presidential Election.” More importantly, he added that he will not allow this to happen. → Read More

Cole Sprouse Looks So Different After Rumored Lili Reinhart Split

Last week, news broke claiming that Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart had called it quits. Shortly following the reports, images emerged of Sprouse with a lighter hair color and a new beard. → Read More

How Amy Cooper Racist Police Call Is An Act Of Violence

No arrests were made at the time, but reaction to the video on Twitter, which was posted by Christian's sister, garnered over 26 million views and sparked a debate about the history of police being maliciously called on black people without reason, often putting their lives in danger. → Read More

Michigan Operation Haircut Protest Takes Over Lansing

The protest comes in response to Whitmer's announcement at a press conference on May 19, during which the governor said that it was unlikely for barbershops and hair salons to open in the near future. → Read More

Why Trump Threatened To Stop Funding Mail-In Voting In Michigan

Trump misinterpreted a critical piece of information: Michigan voters were sent ballot applications, not the ballots themselves ahead of the state’s primary and the November general election. → Read More

New Bodycam Video Shows Georgia Police Attempting To Tase Ahmaud Arbery In 2017

According to the police incident report, Kanago stopped Arbery on November 7, 2017 around 9 a.m. because the area has a reputation for drug activity and he suspected Arbery of using marijuana. Arbery said he didn’t have drugs and refused to let Kanago search his car. → Read More

Why Greta Thunberg CNN Panel Caused Twitter Controversy

“What place does Greta Thunberg have in this town hall?” questioned journalist Yashar Ali, with a photo of Thunberg beside the rest of the town hall lineup. → Read More

Help Stop Domestic Violence With A Night Of Solidarity

Night Of Solidarity — an event hosted by Tamron Hall — will seek to stop domestic violence by demanding changes to phase 4 of the U.S. stimulus package that will directly help survivors in need right now. → Read More

William Bryan Man Behind Ahmaud Arbery Video Speaks Out

“I had nothing to do with it. I’m trying to get my life back to normal, and it’s been smeared for the last week,” Bryan told CBS affiliate WJAX-TV. “I was told I was a witness and I’m not sure what I am, other than receiving a bunch of threats.” → Read More

How Teachers Jobs Are Impacted By Education Relief Fund

The question of how to protect teachers comes at the helm of the 2020 Teacher Appreciation Week, and during a time where colleges are attempting to mitigate the disastrous economic impact of COVID-19. → Read More

Why Marsha Blackburn Stop COVID Act Is Xenophobic

Marsha Blackburn tweeted a promotional video for the proposed piece of legislation. In her message, she says China knowingly withheld information about the severity of the virus and should be held accountable as a result. → Read More

Trump Tours Honeywell Factory To An Ironic Song Playing

“Live and Let Die,” written by Paul McCartney for the 1973 James Bond film of the same name, played while a Honeywell representative showed Trump some of the properties and materials used in the N95 masks which are largely reserved for frontline workers and medical professionals. → Read More

Trump Is Now Trolling Women Journalists By Suggesting They Behave Like Donna Reed

In an interview with the New York Post addressing the return of White House press briefings, Trump singled out two CBS News journalists, Weijia Jiang and Paula Reid, as people who especially irritated him. → Read More

A Man Dressed As The Grim Reaper Is Warning Florida Beachgoers To Stay 6 Feet Apart

Daniel Uhlfelder, a Santa Rosa Beach lawyer, has documented his trek around Florida beaches where he's gone dressed as the Grim Reaper to remind residents that they must maintain six feet apart. → Read More

Who Is Justin Amash? The Libertarian Who Is Making A Play For The Presidency

If he decides to run, Amash will have to win the Libertarian Party’s nomination which is currently set for the end of May. Now, as a potential new name in the race for the Oval Office emerges, many wonder who Justin Amash really is. → Read More

How Coronavirus Impacts Climate Change On Earth Day

As millions around the world stay home to reduce the impact of the coronavirus, it can be hard to imagine celebrating the Earth while so many people are stuck indoors. However, those same measures are already having surprising impacts on our planet. → Read More

Halle Berry Reveals Why She Shaved Daughter Nahla Hair

It seems that Nahla Berry got a very unfortunate lesson in hair care that her mom then shared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. → Read More

A Surge Of Wisconsin Coronavirus Cases Were Traced Back To Primary Election Voters

Following in-person voting, many Wisconsin residents have tested positive for coronavirus. According to the health department, the possibility for more cases tied to election is likely as only 30% of the data from new cases has been collected so far. → Read More