Meanwhile, colleges and universities scrambled to respond. Some sent students home for a break, then required them to return to clean out their rooms. Study abroad students were unsure whether to stay or go. Educators, students and parents scrambled to adapt, finally shutting down to figure out how to respond for the fall semester. … [Read more...] about Universities Try to Keep Students Apart but Together
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The opposing view is that a presidential self-pardon would be unconstitutional and dangerous -- or, at a minimum, that even if a president did try to pardon himself, it would lead to immediate impeachment. The Justice Department studied the issue during the Watergate scandal and concluded that "[u]nder the fundamental rule that no one may be a judge in his own case, the President cannot pardon himself." There is historical evidence that the framers of the Constitution did not intend to permit self-pardons; James Madison, for example, argued that "[i]f the President be connected, in any suspicious manner with any persons, and there be grounds to believe he will shelter himself; the House of Representatives can impeach him." Even Trump's own personal counsel, Rudy Giuliani, acknowledged that a self-pardon would be "unthinkable" and "would lead to probably an immediate impeachment." … [Read more...] about Will Trump try to self-pardon?
Visually, Patriots’ Soapbox’s constant livestream looks like nothing else on YouTube. Other conspiracy theorists on the platform, like the producers of the slickly produced coronavirus conspiracy theory video “Plandemic,” rely on high production values to win new adherents to their ludicrous beliefs. But Patriots’ Soapbox relishes getting into the byzantine details of QAnon, with hosts sharing their screens to the audience as they flick between QAnon clues, tweets, and articles they claim prove the ultimate conspiracy. … [Read more...] about GOPers Are Trying to Recruit QAnon Voters And Using This YouTube Show to Do It
The material ejected by the supernova will initially expand very rapidly, but then gradually slow down, forming an intricate giant bubble of hot glowing gas. Eventually, the charred remains of the white dwarf that exploded will overtake these gaseous layers, and speed out onto its journey across the Galaxy. (Credit: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick) … [Read more...] about Thermonuclear blast sends star hurtling across our galaxy
“Mr. Elias’s political inclinations and job prospects obviously have absolutely no bearing on whether the serious allegations that he is making about the attorney general are true,” he said, appearing to read from a written statement. … [Read more...] about GOP Lawmaker Forces DOJ Whistleblower To Admit He Sought Job With Democrats During Trump Impeachment