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Saturday, May 30, 2020

A Connecticut policy that allows transgender athletes to compete in girls sports violates the civil rights of female athletes, the U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights has ruled. The ruling, which was obtained Thursday by The Associated Press, comes in response to a complaint filed last year by several female track athletes, who argued that two transgender runners who were born male had an unfair physical advantage.

Monday, May 18, 2020

There is a new cardinal rule in journalism " never write anything favorable about the Trump administration's coronavirus response, even about its successes. It's why the story of how the administration handled the potential ventilator crisis has gone almost entirely untold, and why its effort to secure supplies of personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been gotten largely skeptical or hostile coverage.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Like many families with young children, Stan and Julia Usherenko had long planned to move to the suburbs, where they could afford a larger home and a yard. This year, they finally started what they assumed would be a leisurely search. Then the pandemic hit..

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Karen G. Mills, who led the Small Business Administration during President Barack Obama's first term, has a message for top Capitol Hill Democrats: Refill the so-called Paycheck Protection Program's coffers now and ask questions later. The SBA program, established as part of the $2.3 trillion COVID-19 aid package to help battered small businesses, ran out of cash to make new loans on Thursday morning, barely two weeks after it began taking applications.

Thursday, April 09, 2020

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) said any package that included $250 billion in new small-business funding would need to include more than $250 billion in extra money for hospitals, state and local governments and food stamp recipients.



The U.S. Park Police have weighed in on what happened, and they made two things clear: 1. They did not use tear gas. 2. What they did do had nothing to do with the president coming through the park, which they didn't even know about:

U.S. Park Police reportedly say protesters near the White House were pushed back by riot police on Monday evening because they were attacking police officers, not because of a visit by President Trump to a nearby church that had been set alight the night before.

Trump visited St. John's Episcopal Church, which had been attacked by vandals on Sunday, moments after he addressed the nation and promised to restore "law and order" amid the protests and riots that have engulfed the country in the wake the death of George Floyd. But as he did so, protesters were being pushed back by riot police near Lafayette Square who charged the crowds and used what was reported as being tear gas to disperse them.

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