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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signs athlete bill into law over concerns from transgender community

Tennessee's transgender students will be required to compete in school sports according to their birth sex after Gov. Bill Lee signed the bill Friday.       [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
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The evolution of police strategy

'Most dangerous call'       [Author: USA TODAY]
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When will we all be vaccinated?

Vaccine rollout       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Get an extra 50% off 13 professional graphic design training courses

A design eye can't really be taught. Either you've got a flair for what works and what doesn't visually, or you don't. However, the career paths where that innate sense of aesthetic can take a budding artist in 100 different directions. — Read the rest
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NCAA clears up issue of outdoor walks after Louisville women's basketball coach raises question

Louisville coach Jeff Walz said his team was told outdoor walks were no longer allowed, but the NCAA sent updated communication to teams Friday.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Hear shocking voicemail left on Asian American congresswoman's phone

There has been a marked rise in anti-Asian violence across the US, an issue that once again rattled a community on edge after the mass shooting deaths of eight people at spas in the Atlanta area, six of whom were Asian women. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
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Australia threatens to take China to WTO and backs Boris Johnson's stance on Uighur abuses

Scott Morrison says China’s 116.2% to 218.4% levies on Australia’s wine imports are ‘retaliation’Australia’s trade minister threatened to take China to the World Trade Organization on Saturday over its “unjustifiable” decision to increase duties on Australian wine imports for up to five years. Related: Australia and New Zealand welcome sanctions on China over Uighur abuses but impose none of their own Continue reading...
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Attorney for arrested Georgia state representative: 'We're going to fight this'

An attorney for Georgia state Rep. Park Cannon vowed that the Democrat will contest the charges she faces after being arrested Thursday for knocking on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's office door while he signed a sweeping elections bill into law.
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A noose was found outside of a DC church, and police are now investigating incident as a possible hate crime

A Washington, DC, church discovered a noose hanging in a tree on its property Friday, and police are now investigating the incident as a possible hate crime, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
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‘Violet’ Review: Olivia Munn Wrestles a Woman’s Deafening Self-Doubt in Daring Indie Drama

It’s awfully crowded in Violet’s head. First there’s the voice, which sounds like a demeaning male bully, constantly telling Violet she’s worthless. When it speaks, the screen turns red and a loud electronic humming noise causes Violet’s ears to ring. Then there’s a second running commentary, this one silent and less sure of itself, appearing […]
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Hate crimes on police 'more likely to be charged'

Police officers and staff made up a small portion of overall cases but up to half of crimes charged.
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Pulitzer- and Oscar-winning writer Larry McMurtry dies at age 84

Award-winning novelist and screenwriter Larry McMurtry has died of heart failure, according to his publicist, Amanda Lundberg.
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Larry McMurtry, author of 'Lonesome Dove' and other novels, dies at age 84

Award-winning novelist and screenwriter Larry McMurtry has died of heart failure, according to his publicist, Amanda Lundberg.
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Stricter COVID-19 Precautions Could Have Saved 240,000 Lives So Far, Economist Says

The U.S. wasted both lives and money in its jumbled approach to COVID-19, economic researchers find.
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'Where's the evidence?' State lawmaker's attorney responds to Gov. Kemp

The attorney representing Democratic State Rep. Park Cannon of Georgia speaks to CNN's Don Lemon after Cannon was protesting a voting restriction bill and was arrested after knocking on Republican Gov. Brian Kemp's office door.
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Friday Night Live Thread-Phinsider Victory Of The Week Vol. 444

Photo by Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Well, Friday is once again upon us meaning the end of the workweek, at least for most of us. So now it's again time for you to join us and regale us again
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Vice President Kamala Harris embraces role of representing American women

Vice President Kamala Harris shares concern for how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted women and the importance of addressing that disparity.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Coronavirus travel restrictions state by state

Total cases of Covid-19 have reached past the 30.6 million mark in the United States. Though some states continue to enforce travel restrictions and quarantines, in general more states have been moving toward looser restrictions or none at all in recent weeks. The situation remain in flux, though.
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Myanmar military says protesters could be 'shot in the head' as it marks Armed Forces Day

Harsh warning signals military is determined to prevent disruption of its annual parade Myanmar’s ruling military junta has warned that pro-democracy protesters risk being shot in the head or back as activists called for a huge show of defiance against the generals on the country’s Armed Forces Day on Saturday.Troops killed four more people in demonstrations on Friday, adding to a reported death toll of more than 320 people in the crackdown that has followed the coup against Aung San Suu Kyi’s e...
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How a kiss with a pilot in an elevator changed this man's life

Former flight attendant Chai Cheng still has nightmares about the moment of passion that cost him everything.
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A kiss with a pilot changed this man's life. It could help fight LGBTQ discrimination

Former flight attendant Chai Cheng still has nightmares about the moment of passion that cost him everything.
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Susanville Inmate Convicted In Sacramento County Suspected In Deadly Prison Stabbing

SUSANVILLE, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — A High Desert State Prison inmate who was convicted in Sacramento County is suspected in the stabbing death of another prisoner Friday, officials said. William R. Dye, 52, was attacked by two inmates and injured with a homemade weapon at the Susanville prison, northeast of Sacramento, according to a statement from the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Guards used pepper spray and gas to stop the attack. Despite life-saving measures, Dye was prono...
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Ivermectin: South African medics using unproven worm drug to treat Covid-19

Some South African medics are going to court to seek permission to prescribe Ivermectin to Covid patients.
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Week in pictures: 20 - 26 March 2021

A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
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Students sue Oregon colleges over cost of remote learning during the pandemic

Three Oregon college students are claiming in two class-action lawsuits that they should be reimbursed tuition and other fees since the University of Oregon and Oregon State University transitioned to mostly remote instruction during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Analysis: China unleashed the nationalist genie. Beijing may regret it

"The United States does not have the qualification to speak to China."
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Michigan attorney general closes investigation into Larry Nassar's abuses

After a three-year investigation, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that her office was "forced to close" its inquiry into Michigan State University's handling of former school doctor Larry Nassar after the school declined to waive attorney-client privilege for approximately 6,000 documents.
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Michigan attorney general closes investigation into Larry Nassar's abuses after saying university was unhelpful

After a three-year investigation, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that her office was "forced to close" its inquiry into Michigan State University's handling of former school doctor Larry Nassar after the school declined to waive attorney-client privilege for approximately 6,000 documents.
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Andrew Laming ordered into empathy training by Scott Morrison after downplaying apology

Laming said on Facebook that he had apologised but ‘didn’t even know what for’The Liberal backbencher Andrew Laming has been ordered into empathy training by the Australian prime minister after downplaying his apology for allegedly bullying two Brisbane constituents.Scott Morrison told Laming to do a private course to help him understand and be aware of his actions on Saturday morning. Continue reading...
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