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Welcome to the weekend news! Today these headlines from around the world are mostly focused on efforts to continue education without interruption. Other mentions include news on aerospace engineering in Africa and hospital politics in New Zealand. As always, these headlines come from Newseum.org.
In today's news we have further updates on the dire situation with mail service and voting. Other stories regarding actions from the Trump administration involve FEMA funds and the border wall. On a happier note, tribal nations are getting creative with socially distant takes on their traditional powwows and libraries are helping students access internet for remote learning. As always, these news headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org.
Welcome to the weekend news! Today's stories from around the US cover government spending and some potentially hopeful news regarding a vaccine and the re-opening of movie theaters around the country. As always, these headlines come from Newseum.org.
Today’s news focuses on further effects of COVID-19 across the United States. Current issues include loss of tax revenue across municipalities and the particulars of the fall semester, including ADA accommodations and internet access for remote learning. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org.
Welcome to the weekend news update! Here are some of the news items today from around the US, pertaining to the latest effects of coronavirus on different groups of people and institutions. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org.
Today’s news items from around the work focus on the continuing efforts to fight discrimination and the virus. In particularly noteworthy news, civil rights champion John Lewis passed away yesterday. However, others are continuing his work. The New York Times profiles Assa Traoré, an activist in France. As always, these headlines are taken from Newseum.org.
Hello everyone and happy weekend! Today’s news highlights come from papers across the US. As schools edge closer to the beginning of the fall semester we are seeing more questions of protocol arise for a safe learning experience amidst the ongoing pandemic. Federal money and politics continue to play into this, as well as in many other realms, particularly the upcoming election. As always, these headlines are courtesy of
Hello all and welcome to the weekend! Here are some of the headlines today from newspapers across the United States. The focus of today is on schools’ plans for the fall semester and the direction of federal spending. As always, these headlines are taken from Newseum.org...
Hello everyone and happy weekend! Here is a collection of recent news from across the US. A number of communities are celebrating Juneteenth in a literary way by collecting literature from black authors. There is also hopeful news on the legal side as DACA is continued and bills for police accountability are in the works in many states. As always, these headlines come from Newseum.org...
Hello everyone! Here are some current updates related to the virus and the state of operations from all corners of the United States. Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Published in Fairbanks, Alaska