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In a push against so-called "cancel culture," Republican Florida lawmakers appear ready to pass legislation that would require public colleges and universities to survey students, faculty and staff about their beliefs and viewpoints.
A judge has again dismissed a lawsuit filed against the city of Miami Beach by the owner of a failed nightclub at the center of a 2012 FBI extortion sting that led to the arrest of 7 city employees.
After weeks of struggling to save patients inside the COVID unit, things were finally starting to look up at @JacksonHealth South. The hospital was planning to close its COVID ICU and their first intubated coronavirus patient was discharged for rehab after 46 days. #ICUMiami 🧵
NEW: The eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines woke up to heavy ash fall, more explosive eruptions, minor earthquakes overnight and a new worry: the possible destruction of communities from heavy flows of lava droplets and hot gas.
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"I don't think anyone has been told the truth about what Jeffrey Epstein did," said Michelle Licata, now 30. "He ruined my life and a lot of girls' lives. People need to know what he did and why he wasn't prosecuted so it never happens again."
Long before #MeToo became the catalyst for a women's movement about sexual assault — and a decade before the fall of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby and U.S. Olympic gymnastic doctor Larry Nassar — there was Jeffrey Edward Epstein. #PerversionofJustice
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Epstein could have spent life in prison, but he only served a little more than a year in jail. Why? A secret deal was struck — an extraordinary plea arrangement — with help from future Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta.
Florida accidentally released a report on COVID-19 outbreaks at schools — from daycare centers to colleges — and found nearly 900 students and staffers had tested positive during a two-week period in August as schools had just begun or readied to reopen.