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Teachers Union Boss & # 39; Double Dog Dares & # 39; Trump Over Coronavirus School Re-opening: & # 39; Breathe That Air & # 39;

KEY POINTS Teacher's union leader Lily Eskelsen Garcia said President Donald Trump should sit in class and breathe the same air as children Trump is pushing for schools to open full time in the fall or lose funding [19659003] CDC has given updated school reopening guidelines Trump said the guidelines are "tough and expensive" The leader of the largest teachers …

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Ivy League cancels football and other fall courts due to Covid-19

Harvard Crimson running back Devin Darrington (36) runs the ball during the football game between the Harvard Crimson and Princeton Tigers October 26, 2019 at Princeton Stadium in Princeton, NJ John Jones | Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The game has been canceled. On Wednesday, the Ivy League officially suspended athletics, including the football schedule, due to the continued proliferation …

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I cited their study so they avoided it

The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences is a peer-reviewed journal that claims to publish "only the highest quality scientific research." Now, the authors of a PNAS article in 2019 reject their research simply because I quoted it. Psychologists Joseph Cesario of Michigan State and David Johnson of the University of Maryland analyzed 917 fatal police shootings of civilians …

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Monaco court decision ends one piece of a $ 2 billion arts dispute

A protracted dispute between Yves Bouvier, a Swiss businessman who sold $ 2 billion worth of artwork, and Dmitry Rybolovlev, the Russian billionaire who bought them, took a decisive step in Mr. Bouvier's favor Wednesday when a Monaco court upheld a court order to dismiss the criminal investigation against him because his prosecution had been unfair. The order ends the …

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Digital health needs to survive beyond the pandemic

Good evening, readers. And apologies for the late shipment – we've been busy for a few days. We just wrapped up our first virtual Brainstorm Health conference. There is no way that I can summarize the fascinating interviews, panels, discussions and post-essays in a single newsletter. We will go through a whole bunch of issues we addressed over the next …

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