Day: September 23, 2022

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A Black man died after a police encounter in a Denver suburb in 2019 because he was injected with a powerful sedative after being forcibly restrained, according to an amended autopsy report publicly released Friday. Despite the finding, the death of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old massage therapist, was still listed as undetermined, not a homicide, […]

Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comRegister WASHINGTON, Sept 23 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden will announce on Friday nearly $1.5 billion to fund access to medications for opioid overdoses, sanctions against traffickers, and increased funding for law enforcement, the White House said. The Biden administration is keen to show it is taking […]

One legacy of British colonial rule is that Nigeria is home to one of the world’s biggest Anglican communions. The Church of Nigeria held a Remembrance service for Queen Elizabeth in Abuja, where its head, Most Reverend Ali Buba Lamido, said that as the head of the Church of England, the Queen was also important […]

Last spring, the Montesano Bulldogs girls soccer program had a meeting coming off a fourth-place finish at the WIAA 1A State Tournament in the fall to determine what areas needed improvement. The top takeaway from that meeting was the need for better conditioning. So head coach Fidel Sanchez and his staff put the Bulldogs through […]

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September 23, 2022 by Anne Husted Manager, Public Relations & Communications, FRONTLINE LOS ANGELES, CA – Fri., Sept. 23, 2022—  FRONTLINE and partners’ 2021 multiplatform project Un(re)solved, an investigation of a federal effort to grapple with America’s legacy of racist killings, was named the winner of two Online Journalism Awards (OJAs) during this week’s Online […]

September 23, 2022 Hispanic and Latino representation in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, fields wasn’t much of a thought for David Eduardo Flores-Prieto when he was an undergraduate student in Monterrey, Mexico. Nearly all of the students, faculty members and role models at his university were Hispanic like him. Even when Flores-Prieto spent […]

Part of how Lowe hopes to continue to change that perception is through education. Or, re-education, as she likes to put it. “A lot of sustainable education, especially on platforms like TikTok, is very passive-aggressive, which is what we call shaming. Meaning, the education is not encouraging people to come to sustainable fashion, it’s making […]

Miami CNN  —  An alarming trend is emerging in south Florida where officials are seeing a rising number of migrants, primarily Haitians and Cubans, journeying to US shores on makeshift boats. US Coast Guard crews have intercepted more than 6,000 Cubans since last . . .

Gareth Southgate says England must be “completely ruthless” from here on out as World Cup preparations ramp up on the back of June’s chastening Nations League results. England are in Milan to take on Euro 2020 final foes Italy on Friday evening knowing defeat will see them relegated from the top tier of the Nations […]

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