Birdseye is a less distracting way to catch up on your favorite Twitter follows. Rather than constantly checking your Twitter feed or turning on tweet notifications to hear what your favorite people have to say, Birdseye enables you to subscribe to accounts and receive organized Twitter content on a daily or weekly basis.
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May 7, 2021
Countries wrestling with new coronavirus surges are trying to ensure they aren’t hit by an India-style disaster. More world cases have been reported in the past two weeks than in the entire first six months of the pandemic, the WHO director general said.
BREAKING: A federal grand jury has indicted the four former police officers involved in George Floyd’s arrest and death, accusing them of violating the Black man’s constitutional rights as he was restrained face-down on the pavement and gasping for air.
A Biden administration report on its plan to conserve about one-third of America’s lands and waters by 2030 says the effort will produce thousands of new jobs and a stronger economy while also addressing climate change and environmental justice.
There they go again: More than 350 goats are using their mouths to help protect The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum from wildfire danger. The herd returned this week to eat brush around the institution's campus. #odd
British voters are casting ballots in postponed regional and local elections on what has been dubbed Super Thursday. At stake among the races is who will run Scotland and Wales and whether London Mayor Sadiq Khan will get a second term.
Blight of the Condors: Giant California condors are rare, but not at one woman's home. Fifteen to 20 of the birds have taken a liking to a house. The birds have trashed the deck, plants, flags and more. And yes, there's poop everywhere. #odd