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The New York Times
· How to Reopen America’s Schools →
Elsewhere in the country, however, some officials seem to be operating on the presumption that they can set rules in private that families will meekly follow.
The China Post
· Second City CEO steps down amid claims of racism at theater →
Alexander’s announcement Friday followed online criticism from Second City alumnus Dewayne Perkins, an actor, comedian and writer (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”).
The New York Times
· Why the Coronavirus Is Winning →
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· Hawkeyes In The Minors Wait For Decision →
The first time he swung a bat following the injury came two weeks into spring training.
· Cal Basketball: Two Crises Challenge Mark Fox to Stay Connected to His Players →
As America tries to come to grips with a centuries-old issue following the latest murder of a black man — this time, George Floyd, killed by a Minneapolis police officer — Fox acknowledges he leans at times on others close to him to provide answers for his players.
· Coronavirus may force the US intelligence community to rethink how it does its job →
China is ordering its highest level of protection for the armadillo-like pangolin as part of its crackdown on the wildlife trade following the global pandemic.
· Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Hertha Berlin: Emre Can scores winner →
Ex-Liverpool man Can stroked in from the edge of the area following Julian Brandt's header down into his path.
· NHS on life support: Up to one in six will be on waiting lists by autumn as Covid-19 delays treatment →
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· Thousands of mourners gather for George Floyd memorial service in his home state of North Carolina →
The state's governor, Roy Cooper, ordered all flags to be flown at half mast on Saturday as mass demonstrations continued over racial injustice and police brutality following his killing.
· Opinion: New York Jets safety Jamal Adams should continue to lead charge on social injustice →
Adams was quick to respond in recent days following the situation with Brees, a former NFL Sportsman of the Year.