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99-Year-Old Veteran Who Beat Coronavirus Attends Granddaughter’s Wedding

A 99-year-old veteran made sure nothing stood in his way of attending his granddaughter’s wedding. Vincent Simeone surprised Amy Zimmerman Scudieri on her wedding day in Massachusetts. The third oldest of the grandchildren didn’t expect to see her grandfather because prior to the wedding, he was in...
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How to Speak to Your Kids About Protests and Racism

Protests have broken out throughout the country following the death of George Floyd, who died while in police custody in Minneapolis last week. With images of escalating demonstrations in major cities more visible than ever on television and across social media, it can be a confusing time for...
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COVID-19: Los Estados Que Mas Necesitan Ayuda Financiera

A través de los Estados Unidos, gobiernos locales están usando muchos de sus recursos financieros a niveles sin precedente debido a la pandemia del coronavirus. Los estados están proveyendo apoyo financiero y médico a sus residentes, pero debido a los efectos económicos del virus, les está entrando...
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Joe Biden Strongly Speaks Out on George Floyd, Protests

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden chose the protest-buffered City Hall of Philadelphia to deliver an address on the civil unrest here and across the nation in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, a Black man, by a white Minneapolis police officer. "I can't breathe. I can't breathe."...
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Target, Walmart Entre Tiendas Reduciendo Negocio Por Protestas

Negocios a través de los Estados Unidos han anunciado que están cerrando unas de sus tiendas en ciudades afectadas por las protestas sobre la muerte de George Floyd en Minneapolis. Cadenas como Target, CVS, Walmart, y Apple están reduciendo su negocio, o temporalmente cerrando ciertas tiendas o...
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St. Louis Firefighters Impeded by Protesters, Rocks Thrown at Some

In a brief conversation, St. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson tells KMOX firefighters were delayed getting to major fires in St. Louis on Monday night due to protesters. Some threw rocks and debris at firefighters while trying to put out flames. There were a number of fires on Monday, but the...
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13-Year-Old Boy Earns His Fourth Associates Degree

13-year-old Jack Rico can't yet legally drink or drive, but he does have four college degrees to show off. The teenager earned an associates degree from Fullerton College this week, bringing his grand total to four. His mother, Ru Andrade, told People , "It has been pure joy having Jack as a son,...
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Pride Month: A History of the Stonewall Riots

A critical moment in the LGBTQ movement started at a bar 51 years ago, the movement returns to the Stonewall Inn. On June 28, 1969, NYPD raided Stonewall and arrested 13 patrons. Unlike previous raids, those inside and others fought back. Several days of unrest between the police and the LGBTQ...
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Former President Barack Obama Published an Essay About the George Floyd Protests

Former President Barack Obama penned an essay today focusing on making the protests over the death of George Floyd into a true turning point for change. In the essay, titled, “How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change,” President Obama explained how local and state governments are...
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5th Night of Protests in NYC: Some Loot, Others Peacefully Protest Ahead of Curfew

BREAKING: THERE WILL BE A CURFEW ON TUESDAY, MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO ANNOUNCED LATE MONDAY NIGHT. IT WILL BE 8 P.M. TO 5 A.M. ****** Protesters calling for justice for George Floyd took to the streets of New York City for a fifth day in a row on Monday. Protests were expected to take place in...
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