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Reporter Is Hit by Car on Air, Striking Nerve With TV Journalists
TV reporters, responding to footage of a West Virginia journalist being hit by an S.U.V., said stations should be more careful about sending reporters out alone.
Reporter Is Hit by Car on Air, Striking Nerve With TV Journalists
TV reporters, responding to footage of a West Virginia journalist being hit by an S.U.V., said stations should be more careful about sending reporters out alone.
COVID: More Bay Area families are opting for independent study programs instead of sending kids back into classrooms
Bay Area families worried about the surge of COVID-19 omicron cases are clamoring for remote learning options for their children, but school leaders can't easily or legally pivot back to the same online models they used last year without losing state funds.
Rangers goal breakdown: This team is built different
The Rangers got down big pretty early in this one, down 2-0 and 3-1 in the first period. But Ryan Reaves kept them in it until the rest of the team woke up, and then the Rangers went to work.
'Attempted Security Threat' Disables Software at Some New York Schools
The outage in a platform used by teachers and students has caused another disruption for a system that has had its share amid the pandemic.
"I Carry Around Guilt": Teachers Share Experiences With Students That Caused Them To Change Their Policies
14. "After learning of some students I had that were trans but too scared to go by anything but their dead names and old pronouns, I added a place for names and pronouns on a 'Getting to Know You' assignment that I give at the beginning of the year. Only I see it, and I privately ask if I can use their name and pronouns in class. It makes such a difference for some kids."
Masks, testing on the way as San Francisco schools struggle to stay staffed - The San Francisco Examiner
A student receives a COVID test at Marshall Elementary School on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022. (Craig Lee/The Examiner)
Hundreds of Rikers Detainees Protest Over Covid and the Cold
Detainees in one jail at the Rikers Island complex are refusing to eat Correction Department meals.
John Hawke Jr., 'dean' of banking lawyers and former comptroller of the currency, dies at 88
John D. Hawke Jr., a banking lawyer who chaired the Arnold & Porter law firm in Washington and served six years as comptroller of the currency, among his prominent bank-related assignments in government, died Jan. 3 at his home in the District.
Here's how to take time off as a freelancer
I've been lucky enough to take regular vacations throughout my five-year freelance career. From family trips to long weekends, time off to travel and visit the people I love has always been a priority.