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    LOUISVILLE, Kentucky -- Police in Louisville, Kentucky, say an officer has been shot. It's not clear if the officer was shot during the protests over a grand jury's decision to bring no charges against police for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong.Police Sgt. Lamont Washington said in a news release Wednesday night that there would be an update when possible.Protesters have been marching through the streets, scuffles have broken out between police and protesters, and some demonstrators were arrested.Officers in riot gear fired flash bangs and a few small fires burned in a square that's been at the center of protests, but it had largely cleared out ahead of a nighttime curfew and demonstrators marched through other parts of downtown Louisville.THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. AP's earlier story follows below.A Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong, with prosecutors saying Wednesday that two officers who fired their weapons at the Black woman were justified in using force to protect themselves...
    The construction worker who died after falling from SoFi Stadium’s roof was wearing a fall protection harness, according to the autopsy report by the Los Angeles County medical examiner-coroner, but it’s “unclear and unconfirmed” if the harness was properly secured to a safety line. Juan Becerra fell more than 100 feet from the southeast corner of the stadium in Inglewood on June 5. “The decedent was reported to have been transporting large bundles of ratchet straps across the scaffolding near the rooftop of the stadium at a height of 120 feet,” said the report released in response to a request by The Times. “For an unknown reason, the decedent fell from the scaffold, impacting the hardened concrete surface below.” The report added: “There was no history of suicidal ideation or attempt. There were no reports of the presence of any environmental factors, intoxication, illnesses, or injuries which may have influenced the fall. There was no foul play suspected.” The medical examiner-coroner’s office gathered information at the scene from Inglewood Police Department and California Division of Occupational Safety and Health representatives....
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Families of New York City public school students are being left in the dark about the number of teachers testing positive for COVID-19, testing teachers and parents already fragile trust in the city’s ability to safely reopen schools come Sept. 21.  Although Mayor Bill de Blasio delayed the start of school by 11 days, teachers returned to school buildings on Sept. 8 to receiving training and prep for the upcoming school year. A day after buildings reopened, reports of instructors testing positive for COVID-19 began circulating online. The Department of Education first confirmed that two Brooklyn teachers, an instructor at Sunset Park’s P.S.001 The Bergen Elementary School and another employed at M.S.88 The Park Slope Education Complex, contracted the virus to Gothamist.  The total number of teachers that have tested positive for the virus since Sept. 8 remains unclear. Whether the city plans on sharing data on positive cases among teachers in the future is also a mystery. The Justice caucus...
    A medical worker wearing a mask walks near the AMC movie theater in Times Square amid the coronavirus pandemic on May 7, 2020 in New York City.Alexi Rosenfeld | Getty Images On Friday,  AMC, Regal, Cinemark and Marcus Corp and other major theater chains reopened their doors to the public after five long months of being shuttered due to the coronavirus. But even with stringent safety protocols and new film releases, moviegoers may be hesitant to return to cinemas. "The reopening of movie theaters this weekend is definitely a bittersweet moment for the film industry," Jeff Bock,  senior analyst at Exhibitor Relations, said. "On one hand, it's a relief to see cinemas open their doors again, but at the same time many of these theaters are opening in states and cities that still don't have a handle on the spread of this virus. So, as nice as it is to see new content in theaters, many people simply won't take the risk, and the ones that do could easily be exposed to the virus." Epidemiologists and health experts are worried that air conditioning units like the...
    On Friday’s “MSNBC Live,” host Chuck Todd reacted to the guilty plea of former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith by stating it’s “unclear” whether the Durham investigation “is a serious investigation into what else, like the issue of WikiLeaks” and how many Americans had their rights and privacy violated by Russian hackers, or “if there’s just interest in creating confusion about investigating the investigators here.” Todd also stated we will have to “see if there is any concern about how many American citizens were targeted by WikiLeaks, something that seems to have gotten lost with this Justice Department.” Todd said, “What’s unclear is whether this is a serious investigation into what else, like the issue of WikiLeaks and how many American citizens’ privacy and rights were violated by these Russian hackers who did this, if there’s any interest in investigating that at all which — or if there’s just interest in creating confusion about investigating the investigators here. But we will wait for this Durham investigation and see if there is any concern about how many American citizens were targeted by WikiLeaks,...
    (CNN)Arlette Morales sent in her DACA application weeks ago. Every day the 17-year-old races to check the mail to see if she's gotten a response."I have a lot of hope that they'll accept it ... but I also have to be careful, because they might not," she says. "It's really hard. It's really unpredictable."Before the Trump administration put the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on the chopping block in 2017, hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants were eligible for deportation protection and work permits but hadn't yet applied -- or, like Morales, weren't yet old enough to qualify. Now, thanks to recent court rulings, they may have the chance.But even though judges keep ruling in their favor, they're facing a major unanswered question: Will the Trump administration accept the applications they're starting to send? Immigration lawyers and advocacy groups say officials have no other choice.Read MoreJudge orders Trump administration to accept new DACA applicationsThey point to last month's Supreme Court decision, which blocked the administration's efforts to end DACA, and to a federal judge's ruling Friday, which ordered...
    President Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke on the phone Tuesday after Erdogan sparked global outrage by converting the 1500-year-old Hagia Sophia into a mosque. It’s unclear if Trump and Erdogan discussed the historic Byzantine building in Istanbul. Readouts from the White House and Turkey’s government do not mention the controversy. According to the White House, the men discussed “positive trade issues” and “underscored our belief in the need for a negotiated settlement of regional issues.” Turkey’s government said the leaders spoke about the Libyan civil war, in which Turkey backs the more religiously conservative faction, and an ambition to conduct $100 billion in trade. A White House spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on whether the Hagia Sophia was mentioned. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this month urged Erdogan to reconsider his plan to change the building’s status. Trump’s Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden said Friday that Erdogan should “reverse his decision.” The building was a Christian church for nearly a millennium and still has mosaics of Jesus and the Virgin Mary. When...
    The Patriot League has canceled all fall sports. The FCS football league announced Monday that “teams will not engage in competition in the fall season,” and “decisions surrounding winter and spring sport competition will be made at a later date.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) It’s not known if the Patriot League will try to play football in the spring like the Ivy League.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Holy Cross Football (@hcrossfb) on Jun 27, 2020 at 9:34am PDT Another domino falls in the war against coronavirus, and it’s not falling in the direction we need them to. While the Patriot League might not be the SEC or Big 10, it’s still a division one conference. The FCS is right below the FBS.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Holy Cross Football (@hcrossfb) on Jun 9, 2020 at 8:48am PDT The fact a second FCS conference just canceled all fall sports is a really bad sign of what might be...
    Spencer Dinwiddie has tested positive for coronavirus and it is unclear whether he will play for the Nets when the NBA season resumes, he told The Athletic on Monday. The point guard is feeling COVID-19 symptoms, according to the report. He is the fifth known Nets player to test positive for COVID-19 after four – including Kevin Durant — did so back in April. The news comes a day after forward Wilson Chandler said he will skip the NBA’s restart at Disney World’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando in late July over concerns about the virus. The first game of NBA games is slated for June 30. Dinwiddie had announced Sunday night on Twitter that he planned on putting “Trillion” – in reference to the national debt — on the back of his jersey when games resume. The league and the players association are in discussions to allow players to wear a social justice statement in place of their name on their jerseys, according to ESPN. Filed under brooklyn nets ,  Coronavirus ,  spencer dinwiddie ,  6/29/20 Share this...
    The New York City police department said early Thursday that two police officers have been shot in Brooklyn after a confrontation with a suspect. The officers were rushed to Kings County Hospital, the New York Post reported. Their condition was not immediately known. The shooting happened late Wednesday, nearly four hours after an 8 p.m. curfew went into effect intended to quell unrest over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. PROTESTERS IN BROOKLYN DEFEND TARGET STORE FROM LOOTING, RIOTS New York City police officers watch protesters calling for justice over the death of George Floyd, Wednesday, June 3, 2020, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Floyd died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on May 25. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Video posted on social media showed streets filled with police cars at the scene of the incident. New York City has been roiled by days of protests over police brutality, but it was unclear whether the incident was related to the demonstrations. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Several large marches in other parts of Brooklyn had...
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