As global fears and misconceptions spread about the coronavirus outbreak that originated in the city, protesters blocked roads in the Ukrainian town of Noviy Sanzhari, where evacuees are to be monitored for two weeks at a medical center. Ukraine has no diagnosed cases of the novel coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Protesters attack buses carrying Wuhan evacuees in Ukraine
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Crews used a fire extinguisher on the hive located in the roof corner of a four-story Ramada hotel near Pasadena City College. Hotel staff and guests had to shelter in place and Pasadena City College closed their side entrances and kept students from that side of campus. … [Read more...] about Bee Attack In Pasadena Leaves 5 People, Including Firefighter, Hospitalized With Multiple Stings
“And since when is strength about the chest-pounding and the loud-mouthed guy at the end of the bar?” he asked. “The strongest people I know are not the loudest people—they’re the ones who have the deepest sense of who they are and what they value and what they care about. And one of those people, by the way, one of the strongest people I know is my husband, Brad Pitt.” … [Read more...] about Pete Buttigieg Fires Back at Rush Limbaugh’s Homophobic Attacks on ‘Ellen’
One aide to a former presidential aspirant texted three emojis showing clenched teeth when asked what to make of Warren accepting money from a political action committee, while a progressive strategist seemed utterly perplexed by the whole thing. “It honestly takes some effort and creativity to start with a candidate like Elizabeth Warren, who rose to prominence taking on the financial industry and Wall Street, and end up with a muddled message on money in politics. How is that even possible?” the strategist said. … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren Wanted to Be the Unity Candidate. Now, She’s Playing for Keeps
Ron DeSantis understands how appealing this rhetoric is. He understands, as Muhammad observes, that “crime rates in the nation’s biggest cities are generally understood as a reflection of the presence and behavior of the black men, women, and children who live there.” He understands that he is neck-and-neck in polls with a black man in Florida, a state where fear and hostility toward black men and children has repeatedly led to their violent deaths at the hands of vigilantes. He knows this fear is his ally if he hopes to win. At a September press conference, more than a week after winning the primary, DeSantis’s campaign informed reporters who sought to question him about his platform that he needed “time to flesh [it] out” first. That he had gotten so far without a platform is a testament to the power of his emotional appeals — that being a white, Trump-supporting Republican, and a bulwark against a harbinger of black crime might be … [Read more...] about Ron DeSantis Is Lying About Crime in Tallahassee. It Might Work Because Andrew Gillum Is Black.