“We demanded to see the video that shows any wrong-doing on the behalf of Alex,” said Rabner. “What’s so ironic is, here’s an individual that goes to peacefully protest police brutality and George Floyd being shot, and he gets to be the victim of police brutality.” … [Read more...] about Hearing For Man Who Lost Eye During Protest Postponed While Defense Team Reviews Surveillance Video
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Madame Liang is not exactly a warm, motherly figure, and there’s something discomfiting in the way her older friend “Uncle” Situ (Fan Wei) looks at Weilong. But half scandalized and half seduced by this new lifestyle, Weilong moves in and tries to adapt herself to her worldly aunt’s approval. “We do things the British way here,” announces Madame Liang with some pride. Her “set,” is indeed a variegated bunch, including George and his minxish sister Kitty (a nice, if underserved turn from Isabella Leong), their rich, disapproving father Sir Cheng (Paul Chun), along with Uncle Situ and a wider circle of British Army officers, missionaries, glamor girls and other members of the champagne-quaffing, polyglot Hong Kong elite. … [Read more...] about ‘Love After Love’ Review: Ann Hui’s Pretty, Empty Melodrama Set in Pre-War Hong Kong
Additionally, the complaint included allegations against former DHS official and current CNN contributor Miles Taylor, who Murphy says was part of a pressure campaign against him to provide intelligence "assessments regarding known or suspected terrorists (KSTs) that Mr. Murphy felt were inconsistent with the underlying intelligence data." … [Read more...] about Whistleblower accuses Trump appointees of downplaying Russian interference and White supremacist threat
Things become political. Republicans voice their support of the drug while Democrats express doubt. America is more connected yet more divided than ever. Rumors and misinformation regarding the virus and potential treatments circulate on social media. The economy takes a hit as the pandemic drags on. Within a year, a potential vaccine begins expedited review and there are promises that tens of millions of doses will be available within a few months. But of the hundreds of millions of people living in the US, who will get the vaccine first? … [Read more...] about Experts predicted a coronavirus pandemic years ago. Now it’s playing out before our eyes
They also “say a lot about why, once the virus was established, it was so difficult to contain,” said Willis, the county’s public health officer. “You have economic factors that lead to the inability to shelter at home and the need for daily wages. Then you have the housing factors that lead to amplification and spread within the household for those essential workers who have been exposed.” … [Read more...] about Latinos make up 75% of coronavirus cases in largely white Marin County. Will new equity efforts help?