- Black doctors want to vet vaccine process, worried about mistrust from years of medical racismby By Meryl Kornfield on 26 Settembre 2020 at 12:00
The group will vet the review of vaccines by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Proud Boys draw smaller-than-expected crowd to Portland as city hopes for calmby By Cleve Wootson, Abigail Hauslohner, Tim Craig, Scott Wilson and Griff Witte on 26 Settembre 2020 at 11:29
The far-right group had planned a rally of thousands, but drew hundreds. Counterprotesters had a larger gathering elsewhere, but the groups kept apart Saturday afternoon.
- My 5-year-old asked Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 'Have you ever made a mistake?’ Here’s her answer.by By Mark Shavin on 26 Settembre 2020 at 10:30
Justice Ginsburg' letter to my daughter is a lesson in kindheartedness and humility.
- A medical school class thought the Hippocratic oath fell flat. So they wrote their own script.by By Nonny Onyekweli on 26 Settembre 2020 at 10:00
“As a Black man I thought I had a necessary perspective,” said Tito Onyekweli, a first-year medical student at the University of Pittsburgh who was on the oath committee.
- ‘It’s like Trump said: The cure has been worse than the disease.’by By Eli Saslow on 26 Settembre 2020 at 09:43
Mike Fratantuono, manager of Sunset Restaurant in Glen Burnie, Md., on the death of a family business.
- Portland braces for Proud Boys rally weeks after far-right activist was fatally shot at similar eventby By Karin Brulliard, Tim Craig, Abigail Hauslohner, Cleve Wootson, Derek Hawkins and Scott Wilson on 26 Settembre 2020 at 09:02
- Montana judge ousts Trump’s temporary Bureau of Land Management director, casting doubt on range of decisionsby By Steven Mufson on 26 Settembre 2020 at 08:12
A Montana judge ruled Friday that William Perry Pendley, the effective director of the Bureau of Land Management, had failed to get Senate approval and had stayed beyond the limit allowed under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998. As a result, his actions while at BLM for more than a year might be invalid, throwing into doubt a wide range of decisions.
- Trapped inside the Star Motelby By Madhulika Sikka, Maggie Penman, Alexis Diao, Ted Muldoon, Reena Flores, Jordan-Marie Smith, Linah Mohammad and Rennie Svirnovskiy on 25 Settembre 2020 at 15:40
Even before the pandemic, Orlando was plagued by a lack of affordable housing. Then Florida’s tourism economy crashed, leaving hundreds of people trapped in rundown motels on the edge of society.
- Kentucky’s only Black female legislator arrested on felony rioting charge at Breonna Taylor protestby By Jaclyn Peiser on 25 Settembre 2020 at 14:58
On Thursday night, Louisville police arrested Kentucky state Rep. Attica Scott (D) along with a handful of other protesters.
- WHO warns 2 million deaths ‘not impossible’ as global fatalities approach 1 millionby By Miriam Berger, Meryl Kornfield, Paulina Villegas, Brittany Shammas, Hannah Denham, Hannah Knowles and Darren Sands on 25 Settembre 2020 at 14:30
More than 202,000 people in the United States have died of covid-19 since February. Roughly 6.9 million coronavirus cases have been reported.
- Police are using the law to deny the release of records involving use of force, critics claimby By Hannah Knowles, Mark Berman and Shayna Jacobs on 25 Settembre 2020 at 14:00
Officials say they are following long-standing rules to guard people’s rights and the integrity of investigations.
- Thousands of Proud Boys plan to rally in Portland, setting up another clash in a combustible cityby By Cleve Wootson on 25 Settembre 2020 at 13:03
Portland has seen intensifying demonstrations since the first Black Lives Matter marches after the death of George Floyd in May. On Saturday, political extremes are expected to clash again.
- Breonna Taylor’s family assails Kentucky attorney general, demands grand jury informationby By Maria Sacchetti, Mark Berman and Griff Witte on 25 Settembre 2020 at 10:40
Relatives speak out as Louisville braces for more protests
- Breonna Taylor updates: Calls mount for more information on grand jury’s decision-makingby By Timothy Bella, Maria Sacchetti, Marisa Iati, Mark Berman, Hannah Knowles, Meryl Kornfield and Derek Hawkins on 25 Settembre 2020 at 09:45
Louisville police fatally shot Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman, at her apartment in March. Taylor’s name has become a rallying cry for policing overhauls and racial justice nationwide.
- Breonna Taylor’s family assails Kentucky attorney general, demands grand jury informationby By Mark Berman and Maria Sacchetti on 25 Settembre 2020 at 06:05
Her family spoke Friday about the grand jury's decision not to charge any officers in her death.