Tom Cotton op-ed: New York Times employees rebel against publication of the work by the Republican Senator

Tom Cotton op-ed: New York Times employees rebel against publication of the work by the Republican Senator

Op-ed was published in The Times’ opinion section, but employees from both the opinion and the separate newsroom worked opposed to the public. The parade Times journalists tweeted a screenshot showing the title of Cotton’s “Send In the…

Emotional debates begin on anti-lynching laws while Cory Booker challenges Rand Paul change

Paul holds up anti-lynching bill. See Harris and Booker's response.

As George Floyd’s commemoration ceremony began in Minnesota, Paul, who edited the popular bipartisan legislation to lynch a federal crime, came to the Senate floor in Washington to add and amend the anti-lynching legislation. . The bill argued…

Yemen coronavirus: Experts fear the nation may suffer one of the worst epidemics in the world

Yemen coronavirus: Experts fear the nation may suffer one of the worst epidemics in the world

The cuts came after the UN’s $ 2.42 billion fund appeal fell by about 50% this week. “The closing countdown for closure will have to be much wider cuts in Yemen at a time when the country is…

Election map is now leaning a lot against Donald Trump

Election map is now leaning a lot against Donald Trump

A series of surveys (and not many rotations) published on Wednesday simplifies this fact. * A Quinnipiac University survey in Texas Trump competed 44%, Biden 43%. How bad are these numbers for Trump? To put a fine point…

UCF professor under investigation for ‘black privilege’ tweets

UCF professor under investigation for 'black privilege' tweets

School officials, a Florida professor who stated “privilege of land” among some controversial articles about race amid national protests related to the death of George Floyd, said they were investigating the messages. Central Florida University psychology professor and…

Artist Toyin Ojih Odutola drawing complex portraits of black life

Artist Toyin Ojih Odutola drawing complex portraits of black life

Written by Jacqui Palumbo, CNN Nigerian American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola is known for the rich, textural portraits of black life layered with complex ballpoint pens, charcoal, and pastels. Born in 1985, Ojih Odutola is a storyteller who…

Madeleine McCann: German prosecutors assume the girl is dead

A picture released by the McCann family on May 24, 2007 shows missing British girl Madeleine McCann on May 3, 2007.

McCann was three years old when he disappeared from a holiday home in Praia da Luz, Portugal, on May 3, 2007, and burned an international hunt. He was never found and no one was charged for his disappearance….

Ben & Jerry’s statement on white supremacy is outstanding. Here’s why

Ben and Jerry's founders arrested at protest

In a strong statement Ben & Jerry’s, published on the company’s website late Tuesday, Death of george floydas a result of the “inhuman police brutality carried out by the culture of white superiority” in the hands of a…

Grindr to remove ‘ethnicity filter’ in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

Grindr to remove 'ethnicity filter' in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

“We will continue to fight racism in Grindr through a policy of zero tolerance against racism and hate speech on our platform and on our platform,” said Gay partner and hookup practice Monday. “As part of this commitment…

HSBC publicly supports Standard Chartered China’s national security law for Hong Kong

HSBC publicly supports Standard Chartered China's national security law for Hong Kong

HSBC (HSBC) and Standard Chartered (SCBFF) On Wednesday, it supported the bill, which was designed by Beijing and will be given to the city in the coming months. Lenders joined other major businesses in Hong Kong, backing the…