La Taqueria customers welcome back an old SF friend, with new rules Don't panic over rising number of Bay Area coronavirus cases Updates: U.S. has now surpassed 100,000 deaths due to COVID-19 75% of Academy of Sciences staff to be laid off, furloughed or have pay cut Disney, SeaWorld announce plans for Florida parks to reopen — … [Read more...] about Grand Canyon reopens — so does 1 Calif. national park
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Last week, President Obama traveled to Dallas, where he addressed a memorial of slain police officers, then met for hours with police and Black Lives Matter activists, and followed with a televised town-hall-style meeting on racism. In all of those forums, Obama articulated the same ideas that have been the core of his worldview since he appeared on the public stage. He acknowledges the persistence of racial bias in policing and the criminal-justice system while also expressing sympathy for the difficulties faced by police. He believes in draining anger and passion from the issues, acknowledging the legitimate points on all sides, and boiling disagreements down to their narrowest possible form, gathering all of the sides around the table. … [Read more...] about Does President Obama Believe What He Says About Race?
But outside the police station, tempers flared again Thursday evening. As darkness fell, a pawn shop down the street was set afire. Flames spread to the liquor store. The crowd surged toward the police station, rocking the perimeter fence until it tumbled. … [Read more...] about George Floyd death: Protesters set police station on fire; National Guard called in
Uncertainty in the economy was evident in the differing views of the individual members of the committee, as their projections varied greatly depending on how badly the bank’s affected area was hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the economic devastation it has caused throughout the country. … [Read more...] about Bank economists see US unemployment lingering above 10 percent through year’s end
Even though the June article itself was patently sensational in tone and presentation—with the cover blaring about Simmons’ “secret boob job” and his “castration surgery” and the article itself labeling him “bizarre”—the lawsuit is seeking to prove that it was published with “actual malice,” and that it will “cause irreparable harm to [Simmons] by damaging his reputation.” And if Simmons supports transgender people, the opposing argument goes, why would his reputation be harmed by a story about his rumored new life as a woman named Fiona? … [Read more...] about Richard Simmons Vs. The National Enquirer