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Trump manages to wear a mask and undercut mask-wearing at the same time by @RobertMackey
A bail reform tool intended to curb mass incarceration has only replicated biases in the criminal justice system by Bryce Covert
The U.S. likely chartered at least 351 deportation flights to at least 15 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean between February and late June. Some of those flights had people on board who tested positive for the coronavirus after landing.
Before Trump posed for the cameras, lumbering slowly down a hospital corridor flanked by masked military officers, the president made a point of undercutting the public health advice once more, writes @RobertMackey .
Scientists warn that losing another fifth of Brazil’s Amazon will trigger the feedback loop known as dieback, in which the forest begins to dry out and burn in a cascading system collapse, beyond the reach of any subsequent human intervention or regret.
“He should apologize to the children that have been separated from their parents,” said Rep. @Ocasio2018 of GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, who demanded she apologize for calling ICE detention centers “concentration camps.” by @NicholasBallasy
A Texas elementary school speech pathologist refused to sign a pro-Israel oath, now mandatory in many states — so she lost her job. Watch our 3-minute video of this story: by
The five New York City ZIP codes with the highest rates of positive tests for the coronavirus have an average per capita income of $26,708, while residents in the five with the lowest rates had an average income of $118,166.
Consultants working on the Brexit deal in London and in Washington, D.C., have asked to limit the ability of British regulators to set the price for pharmaceutical drugs, and lift safety restrictions on pesticides and agricultural products.