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Connecticut is one of 17 states that allows high school athletes to compete in sports according to their gender identity
Trump's administration joined the case last March when AG Bill Barr filed a statement of interest arguing the state's policy infringed on Title IX
Meghan Markle is the subject of bullying complaints from her former royal aides
Jason Knauf alleged her behaviour forced two assistants out of the household
Never before has the Palace held a member of the Royal Family to account
IDAHO FALLS — The Idaho Falls District 91 School Board of Trustees meeting became heated Tuesday afternoon during a discussion on masks.
The board spoke about bringing all students back to school five days a week rather than the current schedule of meeting in-person Monday through Thursday. The topic then turned to masks.
Oumou Kanoute claimed she was targeted in July 2018 for 'eating while black'
Kanoute was a student at the $80,000-a-year all women Smith College
She went into an empty cafeteria which was reserved for a summer school
Kanoute was seen by a janitor who reported someone in the closed canteen
Texans stuck with $5,000 electric bills after deadly winter storm need help, officials say
Boris Johnson set to announce England's roadmap out of lockdown in statement to Commons this afternoon
Priorities will be getting all children back in school and allowing two people to meet outdoors from March 8
A further expansion on gatherings reinstating the Rule of Six is due from March 29 along with outdoor sports
Details started to seep out as Tories and business chiefs urged Mr Johnson to 'be bold' in easing the lockdown
Texas power providers Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) and Entergy Corporation have been hit with a $100 million lawsuit accusing them of gross negligence in the death of a child whose family suspects he suffered hypothermia when they lost electricity and heat in their mobile home during a historic cold snap.
The teenager, 13, had been driving the car with her juvenile friend in back seat
The car was stopped by an Escondido police officer at around 11.19pm
The girls fled in the vehicle before the teenager lost control of the car
Two men sleeping in bushes were fatally struck by the car during the incident
Researchers fed data from nearly 4,000 Covid-19 patients into an AI application
She explained that she sprayed Gorilla Glue on her hair after she ran out of Göt2b Glued Spray and hasn't been able to move it for a month
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez refused to apologize to Senator Ted Cruz on Monday for her tweet last month accusing him of 'trying to get me killed'
Bishop of London launches probe into woke warrior clergyman who called Clap for Capt Tom a 'white British nationalist cult' as thousands sign petition to remove him and it emerges he called PM an 'oppressor' and blasted 'ignorant' white Christian men
I've been paying for a natural pink vagina diamond from Elliot for years now,' Lil Uzi said in a Jan. 30 tweet. 'This one stone cost so much I've been paying for it since 2017'
Racist Clergyman has condemned the commemoration of Captain Sir Tom Moore
Called Captain Sir Tom Moore an cult of white British nationalism.
Racist Mr Robinson-Brown deleted the tweet after a backlash and posted an forced apology
Homophobic Christian actress, 26, sues theatre and her agents for £128,000 after being axed from lead role in The Colour Purple over five-year-old 'homophobic' Facebook post
Christian actress, 26, suing for £128,000 after being cut from lesbian role in theatre performance of The Colour Purple over 'anti-gay Facebook rant' is accused of 'misusing' tribunal 'because she turned down her full pay of £4,309 for whole contract'
But LeVine's transition into the Biden administration role comes amid an unemployment fraud scandal at her state-level department that cost Washington state over $600 million.
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The UN General Assembly in September last year was a pivotal moment in the pandemic, when leaders began to show some unity as global deaths approached a million. They had learned hard lessons from the damage that hoarding protective equipment had done, they said. When a vaccine was developed, the world's most vulnerable would be first in line, they claimed.
All but three of 20 claims the president made were accurate, showing his regard for basic facts and his proclivity to err when speaking off the cuff.