The non-black students wrote to Professor Gordon Klein to be lenient to their black peers in the times of trauma but he refused
The fundraiser platform accused the black conservative of spreading 'falsehoods against the black community' at a time of crisis
This was reportedly the 16th meat farm closed by Humane Society International since 2015
What happened in 1919 was a series of labor strikes, spurred on by the pandemic and the end of the first world war
While most universities are delaying final decisions on what can take place, some universities are already hinting at what could come
Don Reed Herring, who served in the United States Air Force for over two decades, tested positive for COVID-19 about three weeks ago. He flew 288 combat missions during the Vietnam War
Trump came up with a series of inconsistent steps over supplying medical equipment to China, a country that his administration has slammed repeatedly over the outbreak
An hourly job posting index shows that while restaurant, hospitality and entertainment sectors have been hit, those like warehousing are flourishing
Over 12 percent of Sanders' supporters had voted for Trump following his exit from the race ahead of 2016 elections
Power energy providers said they are working keeping coronavirus restrictions and social distancing in mind while resolving power outage issues
Biden, during a political event with Bernie Sanders in March, publicly committed to choosing a woman as his running mate. He also vowed to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court
'In some churches, parishioners can drive up to a priest wearing a mask and gloves, keep a safe distance and confess'
The world's oldest tennis tournament is set to recoup $141 million after its 2020 edition got scrapped because of the outbreak, straight after its last cancellation due to World War II
Bhasha Mukherjee, 24, was reportedly taking a break from medical field to pursue charity work after she won the beauty pageant in 2019
Sheryl Pardo had a pleasant company on flight as the crew members took care of her personally
Governor Andrew Cuomo will sign an executive order to allow medical students who were slated to graduate this spring to begin practicing now
The shipment of $2 million worth of masks should ease the strains on a Massachusetts' healthcare system that is battling to contain the novel coronavirus pandemic
Several experts are questioning whether the extreme cautionary measures to fight the deadly pandemic are being taken at the expense of science and consumer trends
The decision was taken by Alteon Health after the number of patients being treated for issues not related to Covid-19 decreased dramatically
Several users took to social media to complain about suddenly seeing pornographic or racist images on the screens while using the video-conferencing app
To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced that he was suspending the ten-cent tax on single-use plastic bags
There have been many incidents across the US where people have exposed themselves in the public despite knowing or suspecting that they were carrying the virus
While there were only 1.5 pages of obituaries to print February 9, by March 13 Bergamo’s daily newspaper L’Eco di Bergamo had 10 pages of the same, a video indicating the scale of devastation showed
Mattia Ferraresi, a journalist who writes for Il Foglio, said that the Italian government made the fatal mistake of not putting the country under lockdown much earlier
She was born with a unique chromosome syndrome called tri-some 2p, 5p, which meant she had an extra second chromosome and was missing part of her fifth chromosome
The couple responded to questions on Instagram and told people to 'chip away' at racism
While the app was meant to “ensure accuracy in a complex reporting process,” it resulted in unprecedented reporting delays following Monday's caucuses, delaying the final results until late Tuesday afternoon.
Warren has often been criticized for her pattern of misleading the American populace, which might be perceived by some as normal in the Trumpian era.
The lawmaker said that she has revealed her condition publicly because she wanted to "be freed from the secret and the shame"
The issue came to light after an East Boston High School student was deported to El Salvador in 2017.
The boys, whose names were not released, are believed to have wandered into the woods on December 28 morning and subsequently wandered onto the unstable ice covering the Chicopee River before losing their balance and falling in
Joseph Kennedy III, the grandson of Robert F Kennedy, will be running for the senate in Massachusetts while Amy Kennedy, wife of the son of Ted Kennedy, could run for a congressional position in New Jersey. Historians, however, are divided whether "Kennedy" still has the charm
The study surveyed 2,000 adults online about the rudest city in the country and the respondents ranked the Apple residents at the top of the list
The former first lady sent a Christmas greeting to her 26 million strong Twitter audience with a White House portrait from 2000 when her husband Bill Clinton was the US president
Unlike three of her predecessors who had defended their husbands facing impeachment or its threat, the current first lady has avoided making public statements barring defending son Barron whose name was dragged into an impeachment hearing.
"What happened that night, it never happened like that before. I don't want to see my dog get put down for something he was only trying to help with," her daughter Heaven said
Within two minutes of the 911 call, Littleton Police officer Brian Casey arrived at the scene and located Tuukka, an Australian shepherd
The estate, which was originally on the market for $14.85 million, features seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
There has been a flurry of reports -- potentially over 5,000 -- as a result of the new laws and they could cost the Catholic Church a whopping $4 billion.
A Fort Worth English teacher who was fired after tweeting President Donald Trump and asking him to crack down on immigration at Carter-Riverside High School won her appeal.
First Lady Melania Trump, 39, was booed by a raucous crowd as she made a speech at the youth summit in Baltimore.
From denying behind-bar customers the basic care as sellers to the retail companies avoiding regulations to fleece customers in jails, there are many problems to be addressed, says the report by Prison Policy Initiative volunteer Stephen Raher
The protesters included doctors, nurses and other hospital staff who raised their concerns about how the first lady's visit will appear to their immigrant patients.
The 22-year-old who was attending Boston College had a mixture of drugs and alcohol in her system when she died on August 1
Michael's parents Emma and Stuart Labuschagne said he stopped breathing after suffering a cardiac arrest on March 16 and was put in a medically induced coma
The decision came after transgender customer Ben Saunders raised a question about the existing symbol on the products, which they feel excludes transgender and non-binary customers
The former first lady will take a fair lead over the current frontrunners -- Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders -- if she enters the fray in the first primary, to be held in February next year, suggests a survey. Michelle, however, hasn't shown interest.
College student Alexa Jordan had a seriously traumatizing experience with airline staff in May 2016 when she went into anaphylactic shock while flying home to Chicago after her first year at Harvard.
Snake Eyes, a North Atlantic right whale, was found dead off Long Island last week. So far, there have been 30 deaths, 10 of those this year alone, largely due to fishing gear entanglements or ship strikes
The 31-year-old NFL player is facing allegations that he sexually assaulted his trainer Britney Taylor twice in 2017 and then raped her in May 2018
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