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Dr. Anthony Fauci on when kids can go back to school safely
Dr. Anthony Fauci on when kids can go back to school safely

At a Senate committee hearing Tuesday, infectious disease specialist Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked his advice on sending children back to school safely amid the coronavirus pandemic. "It really will depend on the dynamics in the particular location," he explained. Watch his remarks.

Himalayan flashpoint could spiral out of control as India and China face off
Himalayan flashpoint could spiral out of control as India and China face off

At least 20 died after soldiers fought with clubs and rocks along the disputed border, making de-escalation hard for the nuclear statesThe forces of two nuclear weapons states have set about each other with clubs and rocks at one of the most forbidding flashpoints in the world, in a bloody incident that highlights the constant dangers posed by expansionist nationalism.India has confirmed that it lost at least 20 of its men in a clash with Chinese soldiers near the disputed mountain border running along the Ladakh area of Kashmir. It is the first fatal confrontation since 1975 and the most serious since 1967, and so can be expected to have a powerful galvanising effect on the populations...

Former NYPD commissioner weighs in on Rayshard Brooks case
Former NYPD commissioner weighs in on Rayshard Brooks case

Medical examiner details autopsy findings in police shooting of Rayshard Brooks, as his death has been ruled a homicide; reaction and analysis from Ray Kelly, Former NYPD Commissioner on 'Fox and Friends.'

Reconsider reparations. We need them morally and economically, and we can afford them.
Reconsider reparations. We need them morally and economically, and we can afford them.

Money alone can't right the monumental wrong of slavery. But reparations are justifiable and affordable, and they'd give the economy a needed jolt.

US police torn between shame and pride for their badge
US police torn between shame and pride for their badge

US police officers at the center of demonstrations that have roiled the country are caught between their commitment to the job and recognition that reforms are needed to address institutional racism within their ranks. From California to Massachusetts, several officers interviewed by AFP said they were horrified by the killing of George Floyd while in police custody -- a tragedy that sparked nationwide protests against police brutality and racism.

Trump said he would leave the White House peacefully if he lost the election despite fears by Biden that he would refuse to step down
Trump said he would leave the White House peacefully if he lost the election despite fears by Biden that he would refuse to step down

The president was responding to comments made by Joe Biden who said he had considered Trump may refuse to leave office if he lost the election.

Minneapolis council agrees to replace police with community model
Minneapolis council agrees to replace police with community model

Minneapolis leaders voted unanimously Friday to disband the US city's police force and replace it with a "community" safety department, a reaction to transformational changes demanded in mass protests against racial injustice. The plan comes three weeks after the death of African-American George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody, a killing that sparked widespread calls for police reform. The Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a resolution instructing it to "commence a year-long process of community engagement, research, and structural change to create a transformative new model for cultivating safety in our city."