Try looking in the monthly archives. July 2020

Students at Vanderbilt leave fraternities and sororities, alleging racism and insensitivity

“It is seen as morally unacceptable to contribute to the culture these organizations have created,” one Vanderbilt student who left …read more

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How the world’s fastest animal is losing the race for survival

“When they hear the cheetah is expensive, they say, ‘Wow, we must catch them and sell them,’” veterinarian Muse Saed …read more

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Changes to state parenting laws help fill gaps for same-sex couples

The United States is a patchwork quilt when it comes to the legal definition of “parent,” which is largely determined …read more

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Family demands answers on 10-year anniversary of daughter’s brutal murder

Heather Leann Pope, 29, left her mother’s house in Royse City, Texas on July 23, 2010, to visit a friend. …read more

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Trump says he’s banning TikTok in the U.S

“We’re banning them from the United States,” Trump said Friday night aboard Air Force One. …read more

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Hurricane warning now in place for part of Florida as Isaias approaches

The hurricane, now a Category 1, is expected to move near the Florida coast Saturday afternoon through Sunday. …read more

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Rapid coronavirus testing for Congress a hot topic again after Rep. Gohmert catches COVID-19

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are both against bringing rapid testing to Capitol Hill. …read more

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Trader Joe’s says no to changing ethnic-sounding label names

Trader Joe’s, which had said it would change the names of some of products denounced as racist now says it …read more

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‘They have to defend themselves': U.S. Marshals speak out on violent clashes with Portland protestors

Bricks, batteries, frozen water bottles, sling shots with ball bearings, feces, urine, bleach and canned goods have been launched over …read more

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Inside the White House’s attempt to message its way out of the coronavirus crisis

“We have got to get our arms around this, given the 90-day stretch we are heading into,” said one official …read more

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