During the 1980s recession, many American municipalities bargained away authority to discipline police in exchange for wage freezes. Now, when cities try to claw back control, they often fail. @Reuters  investigates how unions and labor laws got us here

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Several people have been arrested at an anti-lockdown protest in central London amid scuffles with police. Get live #coronavirus  updates:

London police said Saturday that they arrested more than 60 people as scuffles broke out when they moved to disperse thousands of people demonstrating against Britain's coronavirus restrictions

US is "rounding the corner into a calamity," an expert says, with Covid-19 deaths projected to double soon

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‘We can’t investigate a generalized ‘we don’t think this went well because our guy lost.’’ — Georgia’s election officials are standing by their numbers that show Biden won the state

The passing of Tony Hsieh of Zappos has taken me down a memory lane. I wrote a post, but here it is as a thread. The full post is here

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#BREAKING Ethiopia PM Abiy says army has entered Tigray capital: state TV

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Enough to turn PA? @AlanDersh  tells @CarlHigbie  there's a ‘good chance’ the Supreme Court could reverse these two issues...

The number of pubs in the United Kingdom has been dwindling for decades. But in Oxfordshire, locals are scrambling to raise money to buy the last pub in the village, hoping to protect the soul of their community — and the value of their homes.

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