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Death of man in Tacoma, Wash., who said ‘I can’t breathe’ in police custody ruled a homicide

The mayor of Tacoma, Washington, called for the city manager to fire four police officers after the death of a black man in custody was ruled a homicide. Manuel Ellis, 33, died on March 3 after bein…

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Death of man in Tacoma, Wash., who said ‘I can’t breathe’ in police custody ruled a homicide

The mayor of Tacoma, Washington, called for the city manager to fire four police officers after the death of a black man in custody was ruled a homicide.
Manuel Ellis, 33, died on March 3 after bein…
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2 new coronavirus reinfection cases: Belgium, Netherlands, Hong Kong

Just hours after the world’s first confirmed coronavirus reinfection case was documented in Hong Kong on Monday, researchers reported a woman in Belgium had caught the virus a second time. So, too, d…

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2 new coronavirus reinfection cases: Belgium, Netherlands, Hong Kong

Just hours after the world’s first confirmed coronavirus reinfection case was documented in Hong Kong on Monday, researchers reported a woman in Belgium had caught the virus a second time. So, too, d…
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Puerto Ricans push back on Kimberly Guilfoyle’s ‘first-generation American’ remarks

Puerto Ricans are pushing back against misleading remarks from Kimberly Guilfoyle, the national chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committee, during her speech at the Republican National Convention M…

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Puerto Ricans push back on Kimberly Guilfoyle’s ‘first-generation American’ remarks

Puerto Ricans are pushing back against misleading remarks from Kimberly Guilfoyle, the national chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committee, during her speech at the Republican National Convention M…
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College campuses face explosion of COVID-19 cases — and challenges to get students to follow safety protocols

The exploding number of new COVID-19 cases on campuses across the country has left many colleges and universities grappling with the same vexing question: How do you get students to cooperate with ne…

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College campuses face explosion of COVID-19 cases — and challenges to get students to follow safety protocols

The exploding number of new COVID-19 cases on campuses across the country has left many colleges and universities grappling with the same vexing question: How do you get students to cooperate with ne…
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