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Democrats grapple with 'reform' vs. 'defund' the police messaging

House leaders hope to avoid extreme policy measures; congressional correspondent Chad Pergram reports.
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – UC Berkeley Study Finds 530 Million People Saved From COVID-19 Infections With Emergency Policies

UC Berkeley Study Finds 530 Million People Saved From COVID-19 Infections With Emergency Policies https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2404-8 The post The Chris Voss Show Podcast – UC Berkeley Study Finds 530 Million People Saved From COVID-19 Infections With Emergency Policies appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.
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The Chris Voss Show – UC Berkeley Study Finds 530 Million People Saved From COVID-19 Infections With Emergency Policies

UC Berkeley Study Finds 530 Million People Saved From COVID-19 Infections With Emergency Policies https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2404-8 The post The Chris Voss Show – UC Berkeley Study Finds 530 Million People Saved From COVID-19 Infections With Emergency Policies appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.
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Snooker's return a 'monumental effort', says Ryan Day

Ryan Day says it has taken a "monumental effort" to bring back competitive snooker amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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NFL stars call on Clemson University to sever all ties with slave-owning former US VP whose plantation became its campus

Deshaun Watson, DeAndre Hopkins and thousands others have called on Clemson University to rename some of its facilities, notably the Honors College program, that bear the name of slaveholder John C. Calhoun.
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Florida Police Group President Suspended Over ‘Despicable’ Facebook Posts

The head of a Fraternal Order of Police chapter in Florida had sparked outrage.
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HBO Max Removes ‘Gone With the Wind’ From Library

HBO Max has removed the 1939 film “Gone With the Wind” from its library in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd. The removal comes after a Los Angeles Times op-ed called for the film to be taken down as it perpetuates racial stereotypes and glorifies the antebellum South. Starring Vivienne Leigh, […]
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HBO Max Temporarily Removes ‘Gone With the Wind’ From Library

UPDATED: An HBO Max spokesperson says “Gone With the Wind” will eventually return to the platform with a discussion about its historical context and a denouncement of its racist depictions. On Tuesday, HBO Max removed the 1939 film from its library in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd. “’Gone With The Wind’ […]
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Las Cruces officer fired and charged after fatally choking a man during arrest, police say

A New Mexico police officer is out of a job and facing an involuntary manslaughter charge after he allegedly used a vascular neck restraint on a man during a traffic stop.
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Las Cruces police officer fired and charged after fatally choking a man during an arrest, police say

A New Mexico police officer is out of a job and facing an involuntary manslaughter charge after he allegedly used a vascular neck restraint on a man during a traffic stop.
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Former NFL player reflects on experiences with racist teammates

SportsPulse: Former NFL tight end Benjamin Watson did not shy away from the fact that he had racist teammates while he was in the league. He also explains why time is now in the country to be open and honest about our own prejudice and blind spots.
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Despite Uptick In COVID-19 Cases, Stockton City Council Members Vote Down Mask Ordinance

STOCKTON (CBS13) — San Joaquin County is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, with a more than 50% increase in cases in just two weeks. Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs pushed to put a mandatory mask policy in place. During a special city council meeting Tuesday, Tubbs said every council member voted against the mask ordinance. In a tweet Tuesday evening, Tubbs wrote, “I have serious concerns about our ability to stay open without measures to mitigate the spread, and am disappointed in council’s action...
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Cameron Wake's Top Moments As A Dolphin

I love Dan Marino and anyone who says “Phins up” does. But that man Cameron Wake was a 'bad man!' Wake wasn't drafted to the NFL. Wake was signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent. Unfortunately, he didn't make the team and
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William Callaghan, autistic teenager missing for two nights in Victoria, found alive

14-year-old, who has non-verbal autism, found near summit of Mount Disappointment on third day of searching A teenager with non-verbal autism who was missing in the Victorian bush for two freezing nights has been found alive. Related: William Callaghan: 300 people search Mount Disappointment for boy missing on coldest night of year Continue reading...
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NSW police pursue 80% of Indigenous people caught with cannabis through courts

Data shows hugely disproportionate treatment, which experts say helps trap young Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system Police in New South Wales pursue more than 80% of Indigenous people found with small amounts of cannabis through the courts while letting others off with warnings, forcing young Aboriginal people into a criminal justice system that legal experts say “they will potentially never get out of”.The Guardian can reveal that between 2013 and 2017 the police disproportionatel...
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Wall Street Journal Staff Faults Column on Race by Former Top Editor

After a letter of protest from the newspaper’s union, Gerard Baker, now an editor at large, was reassigned to the opinion department.
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Cyprus: Cyprus Government Announces Measures To ‘Jump Start' The Economy Following Covid 19 ‘Lockdown'. - Elias Neocleous & Co LLC

Following the apparent success of the Cyprus Government's strategy to contain the spread of the Covid 19 virus, attention has now been turned to mitigating, and reversing...
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Don Lemon: This makes us squirm, but it's killing us

CNN's Don Lemon says Rev. Al Sharpton's eulogy confronted reality that racism killed George Floyd and that truth will make a lot of Americans uncomfortable.
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Don Lemon: The truth is uncomfortable, but it's killing us

CNN's Don Lemon says Rev. Al Sharpton's eulogy confronted reality that racism killed George Floyd and that truth will make a lot of Americans uncomfortable.
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Canada: The York University v. Access Copyright Decision And Copyright In The Education Sector - Fasken

In the dominant part of the decision, the Federal Court of Appeal found that tariffs set by the Copyright Board are not mandatory, thus overruling the lower court's decision in the Federal Court.
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Canada: Investment Opportunities In The Midst Of A Pandemic: Q & A On Distressed And Opportunistic Funds - Fasken

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in some economic turbulence which has businesses of all sizes under a certain amount of pressure.
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Universities hit back at China's 'unjustified' warning to students that Australia is unsafe

Group of Eight chief executive, Vicki Thomson, labels China’s statements as ‘disappointing’ and ‘demonstrably untrue’Senior government ministers have rejected China’s suggestion international students are unsafe in Australia, as the university sector complains it has been targeted by “unjustified” criticism.The Group of Eight universities chief executive, Vicki Thomson, labelled the warning about Australia “disappointing” and “demonstrably untrue” – while multicultural affairs minister, Alan Tud...
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Canada: Reopening For Business: What To Think About As You Plan For The Transition - Fasken

As governments across all levels have announced, or have already started to initiate, steps towards reopening the economy, companies are thinking about what reopening their businesses will entail.
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Virginia gov. announces state plans for reopening schools

For students in Virginia, the end of summer break will mean a return to classes -- in-person.
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VA gov. outlines plans for reopening schools

For students in Virginia, the end of summer break will mean a return to classes -- in-person.
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Today in History for June 10th

Highlights of this day in history: The Six-Day War ends in the Mideast; Yugoslav troops leave Kosovo after NATO's campaign of airstrikes; Alcoholics Anonymous founded; Actress and singer Judy Garland born; Singer Ray Charles dies. (June 10)         [Author: AP Domestic]
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Richard Sherman wants to hear directly from owners, says Jerry Jones silence speaks volumes

When the NFL released a statement through Commissioner Roger Goodell last Friday night, the league as an entity threw a message of support behind its players in the pursuit against systemic racism. San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman wants to hear that message of support directly from individual owners themselves. Especially Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry [more]
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Canada: Principles Of Pandemic Parenting: A Succinct Summary From The Supreme Court Of BC - Clark Wilson LLP

BC is beginning to re-open, but the worry over COVID-19 and the potential risk it poses to children is still lingering among many parents. Mr. Justice Riley of the Supreme Court of BC recently released a decision with a convenient ...
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Coronavirus: NHS waiting list 'could hit 10 million this year'

Health leaders warn the coronavirus crisis will impact the number of people waiting for treatment.
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Jersey: Webinar - Looking Beyond Lockdown: Implications For The Private Client Industry - Ocorian

Watch our webinar 'Looking beyond lockdown: Implications for the private client industry' on-demand below.
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