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He fought wildfires while imprisoned. California reported him to Ice for deportation
Kao Saelee told the Guardian his sister was waiting outside the prison to pick him up on his release date, but guards transferred him to US immigration After 22 years in prison, Kao Saelee had modest plans for his first days of freedom: swim in a lake and barbecue with his family. Related: I saved lives as an incarcerated firefighter. To California, I was just cheap labor Continue reading...
Mike Bloomberg raises millions to help Florida felons vote
Florida Rights Restitution Council raised about $5m before billionaire made calls to raise almost $17m more Florida: Biden rallies Puerto Ricans, Trump courts Cubans Weeks after after Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, won a court victory to keep felons from voting until they have paid off fines, restitution and court fees, the billionaire and former candidate for the Democratic presidential nomin
Cindy McCain rebukes Trump and publicly endorses Joe Biden for president
McCain was motivated in part by Trump’s recent comments on the military, where he called war heroes ‘losers’ and ‘suckers’ Cindy McCain has endorsed Joe Biden for president, a stunning rebuke of Donald Trump by the widow of the Republican party’s 2008 nominee. Cindy McCain tweeted on Tuesday: “My husband John lived by a code: country first. We are Republicans, yes, but Americans foremost. There’s


Trump says 200,000 US coronavirus deaths 'a shame' – video
The US president says: 'Well, I think it’s a shame' when asked by a White House reporter about the 200,000 coronavirus deaths in the US – a fifth of the global total and the highest of any country worldwide. He claims the US could have had 2.5 million deaths 'if we didn't do it properly'. Trump also repeats his accusation that China is at fault for the pandemic. Coronavirus – latest updates See a
At least 64 wealthy students admitted to UC schools as 'favors' audit finds
The applicants, mostly white, were ‘inappropriately admitted’ over the past six years and hundreds of others are questionable The University of California “inappropriately admitted” at least 64 wealthy, mostly white students over the past six years as “favors to donors, family and friends”, according to an audit released Tuesday that found hundreds more questionable cases of students accepted to
Officials outside bureau made decision to speed US census, report finds
Findings of commerce department’s inspector general indicate the danger of a rushed effort Officials outside of the US Census Bureau made the decision to speed up efforts to complete the 2020 census, a move likely to decrease the accuracy of the decennial survey, according to a report released on Monday. The report from the commerce department’s office of inspector general (OIG), the agency’s off
‘I will be cut off’: Chinese Americans feel targeted by Trump's WeChat order
Lawyers for the app, a lifeline in the Chinese American community, say the potential ban is a continuation of the president’s racism Chinese Americans have had their daily communications unwittingly swept into the US-China trade war, as the Trump administration threatens to ban China-based messaging platform WeChat. For many Chinese Americans WeChat is a lifeline connecting them to family and fri
China rejects Donald Trump's 'baseless' coronavirus accusations - video
China’s UN representative Zhang Jun said the country rejected ‘baseless accusations’ around coronavirus before introducing President Xi Jinping . In a video address, Donald Trump said the UN had to take action against China and called for Beijing to be held accountable by the UN for ‘releasing the virus’ Continue reading...
The 200,000 coronavirus deaths are an American tragedy of our own making | Andrew Gawthorpe
Coronavirus inflicts American deaths equivalent to a 9/11 every few days, but Trump and his allies seem blithely unconcerned Death is not supposed to be part of the American dream. As the country’s founding document says, liberty and the pursuit of happiness presuppose life. For a culture based on these ideals, death can be hard to confront. Nevertheless, as the official death toll from Covid-19
Kobe Bryant's widow Vanessa sues LA county sheriff over leaked crash photos
Reports said deputies shared graphic scenes of deadly crash NBA legend and eight others died in January accident Vanessa Bryant, the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant, has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles county sheriff claiming deputies shared unauthorized photos of the crash that killed her husband, their 13-year-old daughter and seven others. After the crash in January, reports surfa
Trump attacks China over Covid 'plague' as Xi urges collaboration in virus fight
US president uses speech to denounce China, UN and WHO Beijing has ‘no intention to fight a cold war’ – Chinese leader Donald Trump and Xi Jinping offered starkly contrasting responses to the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, with the US president blaming Beijing for unleashing a “plague” on the world – and his Chinese counterpart casting the fight against the virus as an opportunity for internati
Ginsburg did not give up her religion | Brief letters
Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Menopause | Sign language | Luxury apartments | £2 coins Your obituary of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (19 September) said she had abandoned her religion. On receiving an award from the Genesis Prize Foundation in 2018, she said: “I am a judge, raised and proud of being a Jew. The demand for justice, for peace and for enlightenment runs through the entirety of Jewish history and Jewi
Majority of Americans will wait to get Covid vaccine, poll shows
Six in 10 respondents in a new Axios/Ipsos poll said they would not take a vaccine as soon as it is available A growing number of Americans will be reluctant to get a Covid-19 vaccine immediately after one is developed. The US has recorded nearly 7m cases and on Tuesday the death toll surpassed 200,000. But six in 10 respondents in a new Axios/Ipsos poll said they would not take a vaccine as soon
US economy showing improvement but path ahead 'uncertain', says Fed chair
Jerome Powell told congressional panel economy remains far from where it was and full recovery likely when virus under control America’s economy has shown “marked improvement” since the coronavirus pandemic drove it into recession, but the path ahead remains “highly uncertain”, the Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, told a congressional panel on Tuesday. Noting the rebound in jobs and househol
Major boost for Trump as Romney backs vote on supreme court nomination
Decision by Romney to support advancement appears to give Republicans the votes they need to confirm Trump’s nominee Opinion: pro-choicers have a fight on their hands US politics – live updates Donald Trump received a major boost on Tuesday when Republican senator Mitt Romney announced his support for considering the president’s supreme court nominee. Related: 'Fill that seat': Trump's weaponizin
California fire threatens over 1,000 homes as blazes burn across US west
More than two dozen major wildfires burn across California and more than 5,600 sq miles have been charred A wildfire scorching its way from the mountains to the desert north-east of Los Angeles threatened more than 1,000 homes on Tuesday, as crews across the west continued to battle dozens of major blazes. Related: He fought wildfires while imprisoned. California reported him to Ice for deportati
Major League Rugby to kick off season four in March – with Covid plans in place
US pro competition announces planned return after pandemic cut short play in 2020, with new teams in Dallas and Los Angeles Major League Rugby will kick-off its fourth season on 20 March 2021, the league commissioner has told the Guardian, with 13 teams and contingency plans in place should Covid-19, which forced the cancellation of season three after five games, force another change of course. R
Louisville declares state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision
Grand jury decision imminent on fatal shooting by police of 26-year-old inside her apartment in March A state of emergency was declared in Louisville, Kentucky, in anticipation of protests following an imminent grand jury decision on the police killing of Breonna Taylor. Taylor, a 26-year-old who worked as an emergency room technician, was killed on 13 March by police serving a no-knock warrant a
Private-equity group Apollo leads £6.5bn race to buy Asda
Two bidders in running to snap up Walmart-owned chain as Lone Star drops out The private-equity firm Apollo Global Management is thought to have edged into the lead in the £6.5bn bidding war for Asda after its rival Lone Star Funds dropped out. It is believed that a third bid from private equity firm TDR Capital remains in the running – the group is understood to have been working on a deal with
I've not eaten KFC since the 80s. Its plant-based chicken nuggets will change that | Bruce Friedrich
Ignore the naysayers. For anyone who cares about the footprint of industrial animal agriculture, we should applaud KFC’s plans I have not eaten at KFC since Ronald Reagan was president, but that’s about to change, because KFC has announced plans to launch plant-based fried chicken (which is made of legumes) in southern California and real chicken grown directly from cells in Russia. Either of the
To protect our democracy, Democrats must win state legislative elections | Meaghan Winter and Gaby Goldstein
To prevent a sharp rightward tack in US law, we must elect more Democratic state lawmakers, flip chambers and break Republican supermajorities This November’s state legislative races were always important. Now they are an existential imperative. With Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, we mourn not just the passing of a brilliant scholar, feminist and progressive trailblazer. In the absence of a
Mueller too timid in Trump-Russia investigation, top prosecutor claims
Andrew Weissmann writes in book: ‘We could have done more’ Mueller accused of avoiding confrontation with White House A senior member of Robert Mueller’s team says the special counsel was too timid in his investigation of Donald Trump and his links to Moscow during the 2016 election campaign. Related: HR McMaster was 'surprised and disappointed' at Trump claim Putin didn't interfere in election C
Donald Trump has a grievance against New York – and it tells you a lot about his presidency
If a city isn’t on the US president’s side, it will suffer. His latest move is to designate New York an ‘anarchist jurisdiction’, which would be hilarious if his motivations weren’t so sinister Masked men roam the neighbourhood and everyone is dressed in black . I write to you from the mean streets of Gotham City, which, along with Portland and Seattle, was officially designated an “ anarchist ju
First Thing: Republicans think they have the votes to replace Ginsburg
Trump is racing to pick a new supreme court justice – and two key Republican senators have given him a boost. Plus, why LeBron is this generation’s Ali Good morning. Hopes of keeping the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s supreme court seat open for a new president to fill are fading, after two key Republican senators signaled they would vote to confirm a Donald Trump nominee before November. But Democra
US approaches 200,000 Covid deaths as supreme court row intensifies – US politics live
Why Trump’s courts power grab is more than just a political win AOC on supreme court battle: ‘This is not the time to give up’ US Covid death total stands at 199,844 according to Johns Hopkins University Sign up for our First Thing newsletter 12.03pm BST The Democratic party had pinned some of their hopes on stalling a replacement for supreme court justice Ruth Barder Ginsburg until after the ele
Crowdsourcing surgery: how trans people rely on donations when the US government backs away
As the Trump administration threatens trans protections, the community gets financial support through mutual aid In July, two packages arrived at Naithe Rivera’s doorstep that would change his life. Months before, like so many others at the beginning of the pandemic, the 28-year-old lost his health insurance, after being laid off from his job at a financial firm in Lake Worth, Florida. Continue r
Critics want LeBron to fail just as they did with Ali. Look how that turned out
Both men have refused merely to entertain the masses and bank the proceeds. And that scares a lot of people in the establishment The day after shocking the world by defeating the heavily favored Sonny Liston for the heavyweig


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