The U.S. men's national team star spoke out as the country faces massive protests against racism and police brutality
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After Lea Michele apologized for her on-set behavior, her former "Glee" costars aren't letting it slide. Even a producer for the TV show has chimed in.
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J.C. Penney on Thursday revealed its initial list of 154 stores to close permanently in bankruptcy. Liquidation sales could begin within a week.
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Natalie Poole, 35, spent weeks on Kyun Pila Island in Mynamor after passing through the Thai border just 15 minutes before it was closed. She was the only Brit there alongside just four other people who were left stranded when their only boat back to the mainland was cancelled. She spent a total of 60 days there but is now back home in Ashburton, Devon, where she has got straight back to work on the family allotment.
Macias, a 26-year-old English teacher, had attended Castle Park High School herself as a student. Macias, along with 204 other teachers in San Diego’s Sweetwater Union High School District, will lose her job when the school year ends June 5. Macias will join the staggering number of public school personnel across the United States who have lost their jobs in the wake of school closures amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Ahmaud Arbery was struck by vehicle before he was shot dead; suspect yelled racial slur: Investigator
Saying the evidence shows three white suspects "chased, hunted down and ultimately executed" Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, a prosecutor on Thursday laid out in detail how the 25-year-old black victim tried to run for his life before he was struck by a vehicle and called a racial slur by one of the suspects after being gunned down. The preliminary hearing for Gregory McMichael, his son Travis McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan unfolded with graphic details describing the last moments of Arbery's life. At one point, testimony from the lead investigator in the case became so graphic Arbery's mother, Wanda Cooper, walked out of the courtroom.