Analysis | Britain Doesn't Have to Worry About Anti-Woke TV
The audience numbers hardly matched the drama generated by Britain's two new noisy news channels and their leading personalities.
D75 school in East Harlem to become first school to fully close due to COVID this fall | amNewYork
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San Jose: Hit-and-run leaves man with life-threatening injuries
SAN JOSE - Police are investigating a hit-and-run collision that left a man with life-threatening injuries early Saturday morning.
Ontario reinstates driver's license, license plate sticker renewal requirements | CBC News
The Ontario government is warning people with expired driver's licenses, licence plate stickers, photo cards, and health cards to renew their documents, as they reinstate renewal requirements.
Who says it's no big deal if the Covid vaccine temporarily disrupts menstrual cycles | Arwa Mahdawi
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Editorial: Mandate vaccines for all eligible Bay Area students
Bay Area health officers should follow the lead of Contra Costa County public health officer Dr. Chris Farnitano and recommend school districts mandate vaccinations for all eligible students.
Players sent in after homophobic chants
Players were temporarily sent back to the changing rooms in the Concacaf Champions League semi-final between Cruz Azul and Monterrey because of homophobic chanting from some fans.
Behind the scenes of Andrew Neil's departure from GB News
When Andrew Neil took a leave of absence from GB News a fortnight after its 13 June launch, the rightwing news channel and its star presenter spent weeks insisting he was taking a long break to "recharge [his] batteries".
Dodgers falter at plate, fall to Reds in potential NL wild-card game preview
The Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds opened a three-game series Friday night that doubled as a possible National League wild-card game preview.
LAPD to stop requesting civilians' social security numbers after backlash
The Los Angeles police department (LAPD) has moved to end its practice of requesting the social security numbers of civilians officers question, after immigrants' rights advocates raised concerns about potential violations of sanctuary laws meant to protect undocumented residents.