“Argue” in the news
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The New York Times
· The One Police Reform That Both the Left and the Right Support →
Ms. Brooks sued the officers, and in 2011 a federal appeals court argued that a reasonable person could conclude that the officers had indeed violated her constitutional rights.
The New York Times
· College Board Scraps Plans for SAT at Home →
Over the last few years, the College Board has been fighting a movement to persuade colleges to drop the SAT and the ACT entirely, with opponents arguing that they are biased along racial and income lines.
· Commentary: Cyberbullying just keeps getting worse. Even COVID-19 hasn't dampened its spread →
The report argued that the duty to protect children online is relevant to both large and small social media companies, including start-ups.
· Attorney General Barr throws more forces at DC protests as Congress attacks his 'politicised' Justice Department →
Mr Nadler will file an amicus brief in the case arguing against Mr Flynn’s acquittal on charges that he lied to the FBI about his contacts with former Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak.
· Former President George W. Bush: 'It is time for America to examine our tragic failures' →
Still, he argued that it was the entire country’s responsibility to achieve “justice for all.”
· NYC extends 8 p.m. curfew all week; mayor says no to National Guard →
But de Blasio said the New York Police Department was “best equipped” to handle the lawbreaking, arguing that bringing in the National Guard risked fueling worse conflict in a city on edge.
· Facebook engineer quits job and says Zuckerberg lied about disallowing speech that incites violence →
He argued that it was a “tough decision” not to do anything about Mr Trump’s inflammatory posts, but the process had been “pretty thorough”.
· Why People Loot →
Most race scholars argue that unprovoked police violence against both black people and peaceful protesters is the larger societal problem, and no amount of stolen merchandise will ever equal the loss of even a single human life.
· Trump's executive order attacking social media companies faces its first legal challenge →
In the suit, embedded below, the CDT argues that the executive order is “plainly retaliatory” in attacking Twitter, which was within its First Amendment rights in annotating the president’s tweet.
· Senior Democrat caught on hot mic at protest saying 'if I didn't have a primary I wouldn't care' →
His leading primary opponent, middle school principal Jamaal Bowman, used the gaffe to argue that Mr Engel needed to be replaced.