Day: September 6, 2022

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Opinion: Before helping students, liberals must admit that school closures were a problem

This should pause the progressive thinkers among those of us who favored closing schools and ask ourselves if this is right and what we can learn from this debacle. Of course, test scores aren’t everything. They are not the only indicators of student performance, nor are they particularly good indicators. It also does not reflect […]

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Richard Burr averted tens of thousands of losses in ‘well-timed’ stock sale at start of pandemic

In the warrant, investigators said the North Carolina Republican, because of his position in Congress, spoke out about the Covid-19 threat in February before public concerns about the severe economic impact of the pandemic rose. The Justice Department opened an insider trading investigation against Barr that ultimately ended without criminal charges. The warrant affidavit and […]

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Las Vegas, New Mexico’s Backup Water Plan Works – For Now

Authorities have completed a series of inspections to confirm that water in a nearby lake is safe to drink and can be pumped through pipes, Maria Gilvary, the city’s utility director, told CNN. New lake water can give water for about 100 days or more. Meanwhile, the city’s water conservation efforts have increased the current […]

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South Carolina legislators submit near-total abortion ban to Senate after removing exceptions for rape and incest

The South Carolina Senate Medical Committee passed House Bill 5399 9-8, joining two Republican senators who voted against Democrats. The Senate is scheduled to meet on Wednesday. Several state senators and representatives have said they cannot support a bill that does not include exceptions for rape and incest pregnancies. A state Senate committee on Tuesday […]

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Barr: DOJ Should Appeal “Serious Deficiency” Ruling Approving Special Masters in Trump Papers Case

“I think that opinion was wrong. I think the government should appeal. It’s seriously flawed in many ways,” Barr said in an interview with Fox on Tuesday. “I don’t think a special master appointment will hold up, but even if it did, I don’t think it would fundamentally change the trajectory. In other words, I […]

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After Kiwi Farms Deplatform, Trans Activists Celebrate Rare Victory Against Online Trolls

Sorrenti, better known by his online username “Keffals,” started talking about transgender rights on Twitch, a popular live video streaming platform, before appearing on a notorious online forum where users were openly transphobic. I was targeted in a harassment campaign organized at one Kiwi Farms. with video gamers. In an interview with CNN on Monday, […]

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How big of an issue is John Fetterman’s health?

CNN — John Fetterman’s Senate campaign recently said his abilities were complicated by the Pennsylvania Democrat’s recovery from a stroke earlier this year. join the discussion With Republican candidate Mehmet Oz. “We are working to understand what a fair discussion looks like given the lingering effects of auditory processing,” said Fetterman Campaign Strategist. Rebecca Katz […]

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Todd Bowles, head coach of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, keeps a promise to his mother by earning a bachelor’s degree 37 years after graduating from college.

Maryland’s Mount St. Mary’s College announced Tuesday that Bowles received a Bachelor of Science degree in Youth and Community Development and plans to attend the university’s commencement ceremony in May. “Getting a degree (after a gap of 37 years) was something I wanted to do for years. NFLand I wanted to keep that promise,” Bowles […]

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Manhattan DA returns 58 antiquities to Italy, including 21 seized from Metropolitan Museum of Art

About 60 antiques worth about $19 million have been returned to Italy in a repatriation ceremony, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Monday.some had been Seized from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. “These 58 pieces represent thousands of years of rich history, but traffickers across Italy used looters to steal these items and […]

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Ukraine Kherson: Westerners who fought in Syria are helping to fight back

The ex-British soldier is working with Ukrainian military reconnaissance units in the fight to retake the southern region of Kherson. He is the only three foreigners on the team. Ayers, 48, told CNN, “The fighting was pretty intense and there was a lot of artillery fire. Ayers suffered a severe shrapnel wound to his left […]

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