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Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

From Minneapolis to Washington DC, from Louisville to Las Vegas, reporters are facing assault and arrest while reporting on widespread protests and unrest. At least a half dozen different incidents were reported on Friday, starting with the wrongful arrest of a CNN crew in Minneapolis and ending with the arrest of two photographers in Las…MORE

Trump touts America’s spirit after successful launch of NASA/SpaceX rocket

Trump touts America’s spirit after successful launch of NASA/SpaceX rocket

Following the successful launch of the NASA/SpaceX rocket on Saturday, President Donald Trump claimed that America has regained its position as the “world leader” in space. While speaking at the Kennedy Space Center, Trump said that “the United States has regained our place of prestige as the world leader.” The President continued: “You can’t be…MORE

Colin Kaepernick starts legal defense fund for protesters arrested in Minneapolis

Colin Kaepernick starts legal defense fund for protesters arrested in Minneapolis

Colin Kaepernick has long spoken out about police brutality, so his new venture should come as no surprise. Kaepernick, along with his nonprofit Know Your Rights Camp, has started a Legal Defense Initiative to support protesters in Minneapolis who may need legal resources. “In solidarity w/ our brothers & sisters in Minneapolis, KYRC + @kaepernick7…MORE

F1 gets green light to start season with Austrian GP double-header

F1 gets green light to start season with Austrian GP double-header

The coronavirus-hit Formula One season will finally get underway with the Austrian Grand Prix on July 5, the Austrian government announced Saturday. The race at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg will be the first of an F1 double-header, with the second being staged the following weekend. Both races will be held behind closed doors…MORE

Schools struggle with shifting rules on federal coronavirus relief money

Schools struggle with shifting rules on federal coronavirus relief money

It’s been two months since Congress allocated about $13 billion for K-12 schools in its coronavirus-related emergency aid package — but the money hasn’t yet reached many school districts amid questions over how it should be spent. School districts across the country, which quickly shifted to remote learning in March, are already winding down lessons.…MORE

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