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Joseph Lowery, civil rights leader, dies 98 years

Once, he said he was missing “Martin” and other civic activists who had died before him. But he felt that God was keeping him for one thing: dealing with the injustices of the criminal justice system, especially against poor black men. “That’s the last aspect here of racial oppression,” Lowery once said of the US criminal justice system. Joseph Echols …

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Coronavirus: Trump says this drug has “huge promise”, but Fauci doesn’t spend money on it

“I think it’s going to be good,” he said. “We are studying this drug quickly.” But the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases does not sponsor any studies on hydroxychloroquine, according to a statement from the agency, which allowed the agency to “consider” trials investigating the drug or its analogous chloroquine as a potential treatment for Covid-19. studies. The …

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Experts fear that child abuse will increase with coronavirus isolation

Closure of schools and self-isolation have led to a reduction in the number of child abuse cases reported to several state hotlines, and worrying experts say that rules aimed at stopping the spread of coronaviruses can aggravate the conditions of child abuse victims trapped at home with their parents. . Hotlines in Colorado, Texas, and Illinois and California have received …

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Which Californians are required to rent this month?

With the COVID-19 pandemic creating havoc on the economy, many Californians are rushing to find the money to make their next rental payment. Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order on Friday that will give some tenants much needed time to pay their landlords. Two days after Newsom announced four of the country’s five largest banks and more than 200 …

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5 takeaways from Joe Biden’s CNN City Hall on coronavirus responses

From a remote feed in his home in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden said he begins his mornings with back-to-back briefings on the health and financial fallout of the pandemic – and that he regularly speaks to governors who handle his states’ response as the numbers confirmed cases are growing in excess of 100,000 across the country. Biden was critical of President …

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Fact check: Trump is making a new round of errors during coronavirus instruction

President Donald Trump continued on Friday the false and misleading claims that have become part of the White House’s coronavirus information meetings, linking a week where the number of confirmed cases across the country peaked at 100,000. Trump claimed that 22 days ago, “everything went beautifully” before the United States was hit by what he calls “the invisible enemy.” He …

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How it is for healthcare professionals in the front line of coronavirus pandemic

Now some are sharing what it is like in their hospitals when they are facing an outstanding crisis. Some are overwhelmed, they told CNN, and others are scared. Their hearts break for their patients and their patients’ families. Here’s what they have to say. “The number of Covid patients we receive is increasing rapidly every day and we all collectively …

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The charge of sexual abuse against Joe Biden was explained

Last year, several women came out in public to say Joe Biden had kissed or touched them in ways that made them uncomfortable. One of them was Tara Reade, who said Biden used to “put his hand on my shoulder and pull his finger up my neck” when she worked at his Senate office in 1993. Reade now says that …

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Stimulus checks: Should you submit your self-declaration for 2019 immediately because of the coronavirus stimulus bill?

The $ 2 trillion stimulus package was signed on Friday by President Donald Trump. The Coronavirus Relief Plan gives Americans a one-time benefit based on their adjusted gross income. If the IRS has your 2019 tax return, it will use those figures to calculate your benefit. If not, it will use figures from your 2018 return. (If you haven’t filed …

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