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Feb 09 2023
While he couldn’t directly talk about the Knicks’ trade to acquire Josh Hart until it became official, he did offer some roundabout thoughts on the potential addition of Jalen Brunson’s college teammate and appeared excited about the move. “I have great respect for him. He’s been a top-flight competitor in the league for a long time, and he brings a lot of intangibles to the game,” the KnicksNew York Post (News)
Feb 15 2023
Rev. Al Sharpton addresses a crowd outside the Florida State Capitol on Feb. 15 in Tallahassee. Photo: Ana Ceballos/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images Hundreds gathered for a rally outside of Florida's state Capitol Wednesday to protest against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' (R) rejection of a new Advanced Placement African American studies course. The big picture: Led by prominentAxios
Jan 20 2023
The administration of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis last week blocked a new Advanced Placement (A.P.) course for high school students on African American studies, which has sparked some criticism on social media.
The news regarding the course was first reported by National Review on Wednesday. The conservative news outlet wrote that the Florida Department of Education's Office ofNewsweek
Jan 20 2023
Florida has blocked the College Board from testing a pilot Advanced Placement African American Studies (APAAS) curriculum in the state under Governor Ron DeSantis’ “Stop WOKE” Act. According to a letter obtained by National Review, Florida’s Department of Education’s Office of Articulation said the curriculum “is inexplicably contrary to Florida law and significantly lacks educational valueRollingStone.com
Feb 08 2023
The NFL released the list of players invited to this year’s scouting combine on Wednesday. In total, 319 prospects were invited to Indianapolis to take part in the event that will last from Feb. 28 through March 6. Among area schools, TCU led the way with nine players heading to the combine. North Texas is the only local university not sending any players to Indianapolis. Here are the rest ofThe Dallas Morning News
Oct 31 2022
To varying degrees, several of Mr. Bolsonaro’s most prominent allies have already recognized President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s victory, as have the Superior Electoral Court, the heads of both the House and Senate, and several major world leaders.
But Mr. Bolsonaro, more than 12 hours after the result became final, has yet to open his mouth.
Brazil’s electoral systemThe Brazilian Report
Feb 10 2023
WCCO-TV's Community Relations Internship is designed to provide experience for students pursuing Public Relations careers in relation to television broadcasting. Interns have the opportunity to shadow and assist our staff to learn more about how the Community Relations Department contributes to the television station's community engagement initiatives. Interns are currently being accepted forCBS News (Online)
Feb 10 2023
WCCO-TV's News Internship Program is designed to provide experience for students pursuing careers in television broadcasting and digital storytelling. Interns have the opportunity to shadow and assist our staff to learn more about the television business, specifically Broadcast News. Interns are currently being accepted for the 2023 summer semester. This News Internship position is availableCBS News (Online)
Feb 14 2023
A college student who survived the deadly shooting that killed three students and critically wounded five others Monday night at Michigan State University was also at the horrific Sandy Hook massacre over 10 years ago.
“I am 21 years old, and this is the second mass shooting that I have now lived through,” Jackie Matthews said in an emotional TikTok video shared early Tuesday.New York Post (News)
Mar 15 2023
In Idaho, an art exhibit was censored and teens were told they couldn’t testify in some legislative hearings. In Washington state, a lawmaker proposed a hotline so the government could track offensively biased statements, as well as hate crimes. In Florida, bloggers are fighting a bill that would force them to register with the state if they write posts criticizing public officials.Associated Press