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Apr 04 2021
The trial of former cop Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd has left Minneapolis “on edge,” Rep. Ilhan Omar said Sunday.
During an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Omar, the city’s congressional representative, told host Jake Tapper that the trial’s start has re-opened the emotional wound from Floyd’s Memorial Day 2020 death.
“It’s been re-traumatizing,” saidNew York Post (News)
Nov 16 2020
The United States has seen an unprecedented increase in coronavirus infections over the past several weeks. The nation set a new record for COVID-19 cases on four consecutive days last week, topping out at 184,000 new cases on Friday. Experts predict the situation will only get worse. The number of daily deaths has reached levels not seen since the spring. In response, some states haltedYahoo! The 360
Aug 16 2022
Updated 1/4/2023 and 8/16/22. Originally published 3/16/21.
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Oct 30 2021
The Biden administration is considering $450,000 payments to families separated at the border under Trump
The Biden administration is considering compensating immigrant families that were separated at the US border during the Trump administration, with payments of $450,000 per person, according to The Wall Street Journal.
According to the report, several agencies, including the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services have been parties to the settlementBusiness Insider
Feb 20 2014
Corpses are piling up in the capital city of a European country again, and the main beneficiary of the ongoing Grand Guignol is now the celebrated master of ceremonies at an international sporting competition.
Oct 30 2020
On Thursday, one of the nation’s biggest police unions published a photo of a white police officer holding a black toddler, claiming the child was lost during “violent riots” in Philadelphia. But lawyers for the child’s family, and video of the incident taken by a bystander, have revealed that police officers snatched the child from the back of a civilian vehicle that had nothing to do withVice
Aug 09 2021
Race is a social construct that I refuse to afford any more power.
It might surprise you to know I support critical race theory. Or, to be more exact, I believe it’s critical to understand – maybe more so than at any other point in our shared history in the U.S. – that there is only one race, the human race. There is no White race, no Black race, no red race, no brown race, no yellowFox News (Opinion)
Sep 05 2021
White House chief of staff Ron Klain said there are approximately 100 Americans still in Afghanistan .
Klain’s new evaluation comes almost a week after the U.S. military withdrew all of its service members from Afghanistan, ending the United States's longest war.
“We believe it’s around a hundred. We’re in touch with all of them who we’ve identified on a regular basis,” he saidWashington Examiner
Mar 06 2020
The novel coronavirus has infected nearly 100,000 people worldwide — spreading to around 90 countries and even slipping past the walls of the Vatican.
The tiny city-state within Rome confirmed its first case Friday, but wouldn’t say who was infected.
The Vatican has insisted that Pope Francis — who canceled audiences last week over a “slight indisposition” — has only a cold. HeNew York Post (News)
Oct 25 2021
A coup is under way in Sudan, where the military has dissolved civilian rule, arrested political leaders and declared a state of emergency.
The coup leader, Gen Abdel Fattah Burhan, blamed political infighting.
Protests have erupted in several cities including the capital Khartoum. Three people are said to have died after being shot by the armed forces.
Military andBBC News