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Mayor de Blasio announces that New York schools will NOT reopen for all students on September 21st

Public schools in New York City will no longer resume in-person classes for all students on Monday, September 21, as previously planned, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday. Instead, the city will gradually bring more than one million students back into the classroom, starting with kindergarten next week. Schools that serve students from kindergarten through fifth grade will return on …

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N.Y.C. It will again delay the start of in-person classes for most students

Public schools in New York City will no longer begin in-person classes for all students on Monday, officials said Thursday. Instead, the city will gradually re-enter students in classrooms, starting with the youngest children, who will report to schools next week. Pre-K class students and advanced special needs students will return on Monday. Elementary schools will open on 29 September …

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A desperate offer of survival as the fire approaches an Oregon mountain town

SALEM, Oregon – They were trapped. As walls of fire and smoke surrounded their city and blocked roads, the last of the people in Detroit, Oregon poured into a launch beside a half-empty tank: residents and vacationers, barefoot children in pajamas, exhausted firefighters. There were two people on bicycles. A man got on a speedboat. Seven miles west, a trail …

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A positive test sends the college freshman to the Covid dorm

A few days after moving into his dorm on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, Metter was tasked with preparing what he needed and immediately moving it to a different housing. He had just tested positive for Covid-19. His new home for 14 days was to be in a dormitory dedicated to students who had been found to have coronavirus since …

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Freedom Caucus which pushes McCarthy to support the long-term effort to remove Pelosi as Speaker of the House

Members of the Conservative House Freedom Caucus are trying to persuade House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to support an effort to remove Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House, an unrealistic long-term effort that occurred less than seven weeks before Monday. elections. McCarthy, R-Calif., On “The Ingraham Angle” on Wednesday night said he was not interested in pursuing the move …

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Amber notice issued for Virginia teenager

Virginia State Police activated an amber alert for a Stafford County teenager on Thursday. Selena Jah’nyrah Fernandez. (Courtesy of Virginia State Police) Virginia State Police activated an amber alert for a Stafford County teenager on Thursday. Selena Jah’nyrah Fernandez is believed to be in extreme danger. She was last seen on Wednesday evening around 10pm. at 2142 Jefferson Davis Highway. …

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Ohio Supreme Court Chief Maureen O’Connor sues state GOP for criticizing judge at ballot box

“Each of Ohio’s 722 judges, 800 magistrates and numerous active retired judges should be very concerned and express their dismay at the Republican Party’s irresponsible allegation that politics controls the judge’s decision,” he said in a statement on Wednesday. “This is a blatant and baseless attack on the independence of the Ohio judiciary.” He added, according to the Statehouse News …

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First thing: “I was in Trump’s hands and I couldn’t get rid of it” | News from the United States

Good morning. Amy Dorris, a former model, came forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in her VIP box at the 1997 US Open tennis tournament in New York. In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, Dorris said that the incident, which presumably occurred when she was 24, left her “sick” and “violated”: He just stuck his tongue …

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