Kelly Loeffler (left), with Mary Brock, cheers the Atlanta Dream on courtside during a 2011 game. Now a senator, Loeffler faces a political challenge over her stake in the WNBA franchise in a tough election race.
The National Academy of Sciences report includes an updated review of the evidence from around the world and a set of recommendations on mitigation strategies for the coronavirus in school settings.
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Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, shown testifying at a June 10 House Judiciary Committee hearing prompted by the death of George Floyd, announced he has filed a civil lawsuit against "the City of Minneapolis and police officers" on behalf of Floyd's family.
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An investigation found that D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's administration made several mistakes the contributed to the disproportionate number pf COVID-19 cases among Black people in the city.
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Rep. James E. Clyburn, D-S.C., has asked Trump administration officials to account for how and why they selected particular companies to provide personal protective equipment.
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President Trump proposes changes to the National Environmental Policy Act at the White House in January. The final rules aims to speed approval of pipelines and other infrastructure.
Mary Szatkowski (front) and Kristen Glennie of Maine on the final stretch of the Appalachian Trail in Maine's Baxter State Park. The two women began the 2,200-mile journey on Feb. 29 in Georgia.
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Harvey Weinstein arrives at a Manhattan court on Feb. 21, 2020, during jury deliberations in his rape trial in New York. Weinstein was found guilty and is serving a 23-year sentence for sexually assaulting one woman and raping another. He is appealing the verdict while also facing rape and sexual assault charges in Los Angeles.
As passenger demand slumped because of the coronavirus pandemic, Delta parked dozens of unneeded jets at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport in Alabama in May.
Iowa, Nebraska, South Carolina and South Dakota have agreed to share their state driver's license and state ID records with the U.S. Census Bureau as part of efforts to carry out an executive order for citizenship data that President Trump announced in July 2019 with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross (left) and U.S. Attorney General William Barr in the White House Rose Garden.
School buses sit parked in a lot at First Student Charter Bus Rental on July 14 in San Francisco, California. Los Angeles and San Diego public schools announced they will only offer a remote-only return to school August as coronavirus COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Southern California.
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President Trump attends an event about law enforcement on Monday at the White House. Trump has repeatedly downplayed the disproportionate impact of police violence on African Americans.
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Harvard University, shown here, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sued the Trump administration over a rule change that would have barred international college students from taking fully online course loads in the United States. In court on Tuesday, a judge announced that the government would rescind the directive.
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Longtime Jeffrey Epstein associate and socialite Ghislaine Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to charges related to her alleged role in the sexual abuse of girls and young women by the late financier.
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