Previewing his defense argument, Gray said the day Floyd was killed was Lane’s fourth as an officer, and that while his reference to excited delirium in questioning whether Floyd should be turned over demonstrated an attempt to intervene, the expectation that Lane should physically stop Chauvin, his senior and a field training officer, was “unreasonable.” … [Read more...] about Critics say police training from Minnesota company is ineffective, fosters fear among officers
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Antibody tests, also called serological tests, can determine whether someone had the disease — even if the person never had symptoms. The antibodies researchers are looking for generally show up 11 or 12 days after infection and, although nobody knows exactly how long they remain in the body, they persist for quite awhile and are easily measured. Researchers have found that as people get better, their antibody levels rise. It is believed that repeated exposure to the virus may actually boost the antibody response. … [Read more...] about Rare, super coronavirus antibodies likely to yield vaccine, say Stanford, UCSF experts
According to Fitton, Judicial Watch is also seeking to paint "No One Is Above The Law" on an Uptown section of Fifth Avenue in New York City after Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to have "Black Lives Matter" painted at multiple locaitons throughout the city. … [Read more...] about Tom Fitton explains street-painting lawsuit against DC mayor, says she’s ‘denying access to a public forum’
Previous research on the coronavirus has confirmed that the virus is present in the feces of COVID-19 patients. In fact, scientists have begun to track the spread of the virus by keeping tabs on municipal sewage systems, including researchers at Stanford University who are monitoring several wastewater treatment plants in California. … [Read more...] about Watch out for public toilets: Coronavirus could splash out, scientists say
University of California President Janet Napolitano, who launched the DACA program when she was Obama’s secretary of Homeland Security, filed a lawsuit in 2017 against the Trump administration in federal court in San Francisco, along with California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra, arguing that the administration hadn’t given a valid reason for ending DACA. … [Read more...] about The Supreme Court rejected Trump’s attempt to end DACA. Now what?