It's believed the normal coronavirus can be transmitted most commonly through respiratory droplets in the air, as well as close contact with an infected person or touching areas contaminated with the virus before washing. The digestive tract may also transmit the disease, according to scientists from the Renmin Hospital of Wuhan University and the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Science. … [Read more...] about Korean Air cabin crew worker tests positive for coronavirus, report says
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Netflix was said to be paying a record price for FilmNation and CAA’s movie “The Good Nurse” with Jessica Chastain. Neon, domestic distributor of Oscar-winning Korean hit “Parasite,” snapped up world rights to “The Painter and the Thief,” the Sundance world cinema documentary special jury prize winner. A24 picked up Claire Denis’ next film, “The Stars at Noon,” with Margaret Qualley and Robert Pattinson. FilmNation and CAA were reportedly fielding multiple bids on the Olivia Wilde-directed “Perfect.” Searchlight Pictures, A24 and studios that boast streaming arms, Warner Bros. and Paramount, were said to be in the hunt. … [Read more...] about Berlin Film Market: Unsettled, Angry and Adjusting to Upheaval
Here’s how we did it: Reporters Shelly Bradbury, Saja Hindi, Kirk Mitchell, Kieran Nicholson, Elise Schmelzer and, Sam Tabachnik kept two spreadsheets throughout 2019 where they listed each instance of police violence as it happened. One spreadsheet tracked the agency involved and the outcome of the situation and then pinned the information on a map. The map was embedded in every story about a police shooting. The second spreadsheet was more detailed, including information such as race and ethnicity of those involved, whether or not the victim was armed and the types of police calls that preceded shootings. That database was maintained by reading district attorneys’ decision letters and law enforcement reports and by watching body camera footage when it was available. Reporters also interviewed families of people who were shot, attorneys who represented those families, police chiefs, police officers, district attorneys and experts on police use-of-force. … [Read more...] about We tracked every police shooting in Colorado last year. Here’s what we learned.
Many people think I'm Protestant, but I'm not, and they criticize, degrade and secretly try and defy me to get their rocks-off when I haven't had one thought of negativity of them. Teaching that your religion is to obliterate another is terrifying and illegal in the U.S., as I defined in my Part 3 Patch article, "Judges practice Catholic Social Action in Court is illegal", (Click here for Part 3 article), and coexisting peacefully and a Justice Court is what tax-payer's are paying for and is what's acceptable. In the Ethics and Policy Center, ("EPPC")"... 2016 panel discussion at the University of Notre Dame exploring the role of women in the Church", (Click here for the 2016, EPPC, Defending American Ideals, "Catholic Women's Forum"), with the YouTube video, "Is Christianity Bad for Women? Women in the Church: An Inter-Tradition Dialogue", (Click here for YouTube video), a panel of 3 women, excerpt from my FB, "(1 Evangelical liberal, 1 Catholic feminist, 1 Catholic liberal nun) talk … [Read more...] about Legal System practices Catholic “Dangerous Psychology” is Demonic
The announcement comes amid a protracted legal battle with the White House over changes to the Title X program, which annually provides $286 million to health care providers to fund family planning services such as birth control. The administration required grantees to explain by Monday how they would comply with the new rule. … [Read more...] about Planned Parenthood drops federal funds over ‘gag rule’