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22/09/2020
Npr: No Charges Against Tucson Police Officers In Death Of Carlos Ingram-Lopez...
He died in April after being handcuffed and held face-down in a garage with two plastic emergency blankets and a "spit sock hood" over his head. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Rt international: Woman arrested over ricin poison mailed to White House is identified as Canadian deported for overstaying visa...
US police have identified Pascale Ferrier as the person who they say mailed ricin poison to the White House. She was detained while trying to enter the US from Canada. br [Read more]
22/09/2020
Cbs news: How to watch as an asteroid zooms close to Earth this week...
An asteroid is passing extremely close to Earth this week — and skywatchers have a chance to spot it. [Read more]
22/09/2020
New York times: When Joe Biden's in Town Practicing Social Distancing...
An expert retail politician has become perhaps the most conspicuous practitioner of social distancing in America. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Voa news: Beta Weakens to Tropical Depression, Moves Inland ...
Forecasters say storm surge warnings canceled but heavy rain and flooding still a threat [Read more]
22/09/2020
Bbc: Is the world entering a new Cold War?...
The recent US-China tensions were laid bare in speeches by Trump and Xi at the UN in New York. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Nbc news: Former Madison, Wisconsin, police chief tapped to help Jacob Blake investigation...
Noble Wray will serve as an independent consultant for prosecutors weighing possible charges against the Kenosha officer who shot Blake. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Abc news: Order to shorten 2020 census didn't come from Census Bureau: Watchdog...
An internal watchdog says Census Bureau officials did not make the decision to move up the timeline to stop collecting data at the end of this month. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Cnn: Second judge rules against USPS, says election mail must be prioritized ...
The US Postal Service must prioritize election mail and reverse some key policy changes imposed by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a federal judge ruled on Monday, saying that "managerial failures" at [Read more]
22/09/2020
Fox news: Minneapolis commends group of Black men patrolling streets, protecting businesses after death of George Floyd...
Minneapolis is commending the Minnesota Freedom Fighters, who are Black men with AR-15s and Glocks and wearing tactical vests and bandannas who provided extra community security in the wake of protest [Read more]
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23/09/2020
But they conceded they are powerless to stop the vote. The comments came after Senator Mitt Romney backed moving forward with a nominee. Here's the latest. [Read more]
23/09/2020
An employee at the National Institutes of Health, writing under a pseudonym, asserted wearing masks could do more “harm' than wearing no mask at all. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Early data for the new school year suggests that attendance in virtual classrooms is down, possibly because students are working or caring for siblings. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Over 200,000 people have died in the United States, a staggering toll that comes as the virus spreads to places that were spared early on. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The administration's experts tried to find a way to support both the president and the reality of scientific and medical constraints he doesn't always recognize. [Read more]
23/09/2020
There is accumulating evidence that the benefits of statins far outweigh possible risks, and nearly all statins on the market are now available as inexpensive generics. [Read more]
23/09/2020
An Iowa school district that defied a reopening order is moving toward a “hybrid' model. South Korea suspends a plan to provide free flu shots to 19 million people. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Over 200,000 people have died in the United States, a staggering toll that comes as the virus spreads to places that were spared early on. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Over three days at the court and the Capitol, the nation will mourn and celebrate a remarkable legacy. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Based on the former F.B.I. director's 2018 memoir, the mini-series recounts a history so recent that viewers may experience whiplash. For Comey, watching Daniels in action prompted tears — and nausea. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The predominantly white neighborhoods outside Wisconsin's largest city, among the nation's most racially segregated suburbs, could be a key part of President Trump's narrowing path to re-election. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The pledges on both sides of the aisle have produced mixed feelings among voters, inspiring some while leaving others exasperated by what they see as political posturing. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The money is a substantial boost to the 12-week-old group formed by current and former players to increase Black participation at all levels of the sport. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Carolina Panthers running back's high ankle sprain is expected to keep him out for four to six weeks. He was among a number of high-profile players to get hurt in Sunday's games. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Olympic equestrian sport of eventing will no longer be held at a Pennsylvania estate that has resisted calls to change its name, which some say evokes slavery. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Hired in 1964 to provide the women's perspective on radio broadcasts of the Kansas City Athletics' games, she made history. But her tenure was brief. [Read more]