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Oklahoma: State in the United States
Oklahoma is a state in the South Central region of the United States, bordered by the state of Texas on the south and west, Kansas on the north, Missouri on the northeast, Arkansas on the east, New Mexico on the west, and Colorado on the northwest. It is the 20th-most extensive and the 28th-most populous of the 50 United States. Its residents are known as Oklahomans, and its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City.

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Trump rally 'contributed' to COVID-19 spike: official [Video]

Trump rally 'contributed' to COVID-19 spike: official

A top health official in Tulsa, Oklahoma says U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign rally there likely helped cause a spike in cases of COVID-19 in the city. Ryan Brooks reports.

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Two Weeks Ago, Trump Had A Rally In Tulsa. Now The City's Overwhelmed With COVID-19 [Video]

Two Weeks Ago, Trump Had A Rally In Tulsa. Now The City's Overwhelmed With COVID-19

Roughly two weeks ago, President Donald Trump held a campaign rally at an indoor arena in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in which 6,200 people attended. Now, CNN reports Tulsa is experiencing a surge in novel..

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Off-Duty Cop Shoots Shoplifting Suspect Eleven Times [Video]

Off-Duty Cop Shoots Shoplifting Suspect Eleven Times

An off-duty police officer in Del City, Oklahoma, opened fire on a Walmart customer who allegedly shoplifted. Newser reports the Langston University cop struggled with the suspect, who appeared to have..

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Cops: Man Shot Woman Who Took Down His Nazi Flag [Video]

Cops: Man Shot Woman Who Took Down His Nazi Flag

Hunter, Oklahoma, resident Daniel John Feaster is behind bars after shooting a woman who tried to steal his flag. It was a Nazi swastika flag. Police say the 26-year-old woman was shot multiple times..

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Trump Won't Quarantine According to New Jersey's New Mandate [Video]

Trump Won't Quarantine According to New Jersey's New Mandate

While President Donald Trump will visit New Jersey, he doesn’t plan to follow the state’s new quarantine mandate. New Jersey issued an order requiring visitors in states with a high number of cases..

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Secret Service Agents Self-Quarantine Before, After Trump's Tulsa Campaign Rally [Video]

Secret Service Agents Self-Quarantine Before, After Trump's Tulsa Campaign Rally

Business Insider reports a number of Secret Service agents and staff have been ordered to self-quarantine. The news comes in light of President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on..

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Dozens Of Secret Service Agents Must Quarantine Following Trump's Tulsa Rally [Video]

Dozens Of Secret Service Agents Must Quarantine Following Trump's Tulsa Rally

Dozens of Secret Service agents must be quarantined following President Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The mass quarantine has resulted in the decision to test all Secret Service agents..

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Tom Petty's Family Says He Would Not Want His Songs Used For A "Campaign Of Hate" [Video]

Tom Petty's Family Says He Would Not Want His Songs Used For A "Campaign Of Hate"

The family of classic rock legend Tom Petty has filed a cease and desist notice with the Trump campaign. The legal filing comes after one of the late musician's songs was played at the President's..

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Donald Trump’s Oklahoma Rally Disrupted by TikTok Users [Video]

Donald Trump’s Oklahoma Rally Disrupted by TikTok Users

Donald Trump saw an abysmal turnout at his Saturday nightrally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and TikTok users are claiming credit.

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Two more Trump staffers test positive for coronavirus [Video]

Two more Trump staffers test positive for coronavirus

[NFA] Two more staff members of President Donald Trump's campaign have tested positive for the coronavirus, a Trump spokesman said on Monday. Gavino Garay has more.

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Trump opposed to removing Roosevelt statue in NYC [Video]

Trump opposed to removing Roosevelt statue in NYC

[NFA] U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he opposed removing the towering statue of Theodore Roosevelt from outside New York City's American Museum of Natural History. Colette Luke has more.

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New Fox Poll Bad For Trump [Video]

New Fox Poll Bad For Trump

A new Fox News poll published Friday found that 59% of respondents think political rallies are a bad idea amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's bad news for the President, who loves holding campaign..

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Tom Petty's family ban Trump from using song [Video]

Tom Petty's family ban Trump from using song

Tom Petty's family have sent a cease and desist letter to President Donald Trump after he played 'I Won't Back Down' at a campaign rally in Oklahoma over the weekend.

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TikTok users say they helped sabotage Trump rally [Video]

TikTok users say they helped sabotage Trump rally

TikTok users took partial credit for inflating attendance expectations at a less-than-full arena at President Donald Trump's first political rally in months, held in Tulsa on Saturday. This report..

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Just Kidding? Trump Tells Tulsa Supporters He Ordered A Slowdown Of COVID-19 Testing [Video]

Just Kidding? Trump Tells Tulsa Supporters He Ordered A Slowdown Of COVID-19 Testing

At a campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday, President Donald Trump said he ordered a "slow down" of novel coronavirus testing. According to Business Insider, Trump said the US has so far..

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Trump on NFL protests: 'We will never kneel' [Video]

Trump on NFL protests: 'We will never kneel'

During his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma Saturday night, U.S. President Donald Trump said "we will never kneel" during the National Anthem or the flag.

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'Slow the testing down, please' -Trump on COVID-19 [Video]

'Slow the testing down, please' -Trump on COVID-19

During his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma Saturday night, U.S. President Donald Trump said that he told his people to "slow the testing down" to reduce the number of cases identified.

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Six on Trump's campaign test positive for COVID-19 [Video]

Six on Trump's campaign test positive for COVID-19

Six members of President Donald Trump's campaign advance team have tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of a controversial rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday, the campaign said. Freddie Joyner has..

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