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Atlanta mayor says increase in shootings stems from ‘perfect storm of distress’

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Tuesday the increase in shootings and murders in the city and across the country is the result of a “perfect storm” of frustration, the coronavirus pandemic and issues with police brutality. “I think it’s just this perfect storm of distress in America,” Bottoms said on “Good Morning America.” “I…More

FDA warns against using 5 more hand sanitizers found to contain methanol

The US Food and Drug Administration has added five hand sanitizers to its list of products that have tested positive for a toxic chemical. These additional hand sanitizer products tested positive for methanol, which is a substance that can be toxic when absorbed through skin or ingested. The FDA’s discovery comes just two weeks after…More

Courts find new ways to swear in citizens despite coronavirus

The coronavirus crisis has made naturalization ceremonies look a little different, but they are no less meaningful for new US citizens. At the beginning of the pandemic, soon-to-be-Americans lamented the loss due to safety concerns of in-person-citizenship ceremonies. In recent weeks, however, a growing number of courts have begun to swear in citizens again, but…More

Opening night Major League Soccer match is postponed due to positive Covid-19 tests

Opening night Major League Soccer match is postponed due to positive Covid-19 tests

MLS is not quite back. Major League Soccer’s MLS is Back Tournament match between Nashville SC and Chicago Fire FC has been postponed, the league announced in a statement Tuesday. Five Nashville SC players have tested positive for coronavirus since arriving in Orlando, Florida last week. Two players received positive results last weekend and the…More

This student collected garbage to pay for college. Now he’s headed to Harvard Law

This student collected garbage to pay for college. Now he’s headed to Harvard Law

A college graduate from Maryland has been admitted to Harvard Law after continued adversity nearly made him abandon school altogether. After graduating high school, financial issues, illness and a major sports injury left 18-year-old Rehan Staton frustrated and exhausted as he worked to support his brother and father. However, neither his family nor his co-workers…More