Day: February 26, 2021

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FDA Approves Storage Of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine At Standard Freezing TemperatureFDA Approves Storage Of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine At Standard Freezing Temperature

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Thursday that Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine could be stored at conventional freezing temperatures instead of only at ultra-cold temperature, potentially easing storage requirements at pharmacies and medical centers.  Pfizer’s vaccine initially needed to be shipped in specifically designed units that could reach temperatures between -112ºF to -76ºF after it […]

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Man Turns Himself In To Police After Shooting Naked Man Carrying Bible While Knocking On DoorsMan Turns Himself In To Police After Shooting Naked Man Carrying Bible While Knocking On Doors

February 25, 2021 4:07 PM ET A man who shot a naked man carrying a bible and knocking on doors in southern Florida turned himself in to police, numerous sources reported.  Pembroke Pines Police were responding to several 911 calls reporting a naked man walking around and knocking on doors Wednesday morning, the Sun Sentinel […]

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Affirmative Action Opponents Suing Harvard Ask Supreme Court To Ban Consideration Of Race In College AdmissionsAffirmative Action Opponents Suing Harvard Ask Supreme Court To Ban Consideration Of Race In College Admissions

An anti-affirmative action group suing Harvard University over its admissions policies asked the Supreme Court to use their case to overrule precedent, which, if successful, could end the use of race in college admissions, numerous sources reported. Students For Fair Admissions (SFFA), the challengers in the case, claim that Harvard favors certain minority students and […]

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REPORT: Investigation Clears Cafeteria Worker At Elite College Smeared As Racist By Student, But Now She Has Trouble Finding A JobREPORT: Investigation Clears Cafeteria Worker At Elite College Smeared As Racist By Student, But Now She Has Trouble Finding A Job

A student at an elite Massachusetts college accused a cafeteria employee and janitors at the school of racial discrimination, but after an investigation cleared everyone involved, the cafeteria employee still can’t shed the student’s accusation years after the incident, The New York Times reported. Oumou Kanoute, a student at the elite Smith College, accused the […]

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Daniel Prude’s Family Members Argue Body Camera Footage Is Proof Of CrimeDaniel Prude’s Family Members Argue Body Camera Footage Is Proof Of Crime

The family of Daniel Prude, who died after he stopped breathing while restrained by police, said Wednesday that footage from body-worn cameras is proof that officers committed a crime. Daniel’s brother, Joe Prude, said the videos are indisputable proof that the Rochester police committed a crime after a grand jury declined to recommend criminal charges […]

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NYPD Chief Retiring, Will Be Replaced With First Black Chief Of DetectivesNYPD Chief Retiring, Will Be Replaced With First Black Chief Of Detectives

February 25, 2021 11:00 AM ET New York Police Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison will be appointed as the NYPD chief of police following Terence Monahan’s upcoming retirement, the New York Post reported Wednesday. Harrison was appointed as the first black chief of detectives at the NYPD in December 2019, according to the Post. He […]

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