After a month in New York, Kotas arrived back in the Bay Area on May 9. The time at Cornell, she says, was both tremendously hard and extremely rewarding. She had to tell patients they needed to be intubated, and she lost people after weeks of care. But on the day we spoke, Kotas had also extubated a patient after weeks of ventilation, removing the tube from her airway so the woman could breathe on her own. … [Read more...] about ‘An honor and a privilege’: UCSF doctor reflects on month in New York at the heart of the coronavirus pandemic
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The BOP form for furlough applications requires that an inmate provide a furlough address and acknowledge by signature that “I am authorized to be only in the area of the destination shown above and at ordinary stopovers or points on a direct route to or from that destination.” … [Read more...] about Michael Cohen caught at New York City restaurant — and it could land him back in prison
Protesters have occupied the area surrounding City Hall for several days demanding the New York City Police Department’s budget be cut by $1 billion, along with demanding the department go through systematic change to address police brutality. … [Read more...] about ‘I Want To Hang Him From A F**king Tree, Like He Do Us,’ Protester Yells At New York Cops
The president's first three years in office have been mired in social unrest and the elections showed surging support for the Green party and underlined Macron's troubles connecting with ordinary folk. His ruling party failed to win a single big city, depriving the president of a local power base ahead of 2022. … [Read more...] about France’s Macron Picks Little-known Civil Servant as New Prime Minister
I think this election is the most critical election we’ve ever faced. Trump has done incredible damage by appointing 200 federal judges to the courts. We can’t begin to fathom the amount of damage we’re facing going forward. if we don’t get Trump out of there and don’t flip the Senate we are in for tremendous trouble in the future. I would have hoped for a better, stronger, more forward-thinking Democrat candidate, but I would be willing to vote for a cabbage over Trump if it were running. … [Read more...] about They Marched in America’s First Prides in 1970. They’re Still Out, Loud, and Proud.