Elliot Wailoo is a former reporter and intern with the Washington bureau at the Los Angeles Times.
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The administration drops a rule that would have made international students transfer schools or leave the U.S. if their college classes were online.
Un día después de que se les dijera a los estudiantes internacionales que asistían a clases en línea que no se les permitiría estar en Estados Unidos, los estudiantes expresaron su incredulidad y temor.
A day after international students attending classes online were told they would not be allowed in the U.S., students expressed disbelief and fear.
As the House and Senate prepare to leave Washington for a two-week break, action on national police reform seems increasingly unlikely.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said no member of the Coronavirus Task Force was told to ‘slow down’ testing, contradicting President Trump’s Saturday claim.
El instituto fundado por un controvertido entrenador de Minnesota parecido al “Rey Tigre” tiene previsto instruir a los oficiales del LAPD sobre el uso de la fuerza. Los críticos acusan al grupo de usar mal la ciencia para justificar la mala conducta.
Critics accuse an institute for police training, founded by a controversial Minnesota trainer likened to the “Tiger King,” of misusing science to justify misconduct.
Some of the most important police reform could happen at the local level, where activists say mayors and police chiefs are moving too slowly on making change.
Fired officer Derek Chauvin is now facing a second-degree murder charge, and three other ex-officers are charged with aiding and abetting.
Governors of Colorado, Arkansas and Michigan tell Congress that the coronavirus has caused severe problems for state budgets.