Georgetown Law professor is fired after she said in viral vid 'black students perform "at the bottom" and are "jumbled"'

A GEORGETOWN Law professor has been fired after getting caught on a now-viral Zoom video saying "black students perform 'at the bottom' and are 'jumbled.'" Professor Sandra Sellers was fired on Thursday following an investigation by the University’s Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action. The short video clip, which has since obtained nearly 700,000 views, was shared to […]

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NKorea man fails in bid to halt US extradition from Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysia’s top court ruled on Tuesday that a North Korean man can be extradited to the United States to face money laundering charges, rejecting his assertion that the U.S. charge was politically motivated. The Federal Court refused to accept Mun Chol Myong’s arguments because it was not a trial, and agreed with a lower court that […]

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EU law on insuring ride-on mowers and mobility scooters is chopped

‘Insane’ EU law that requires ride-on lawn mowers, golf buggies and mobility scooters to be insured is axed as ministers hail new Brexit dividend New Brexit dividend has meant the government is scrapping an ‘insane’ EU rule The judgement passed by the ECJ requires mobility scooters to be insured  PM previously called the new rules ‘insane’ and example of over-regulation  […]

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15 law students notified they did not pass bar exam after previously being told they did

College students: Remote learning should cost less University and college students argue tuition costs are too high amid the coronavirus pandemic; FOX Business Kristina Partsinevelos with more. Fifteen law school students have been notified that they did not pass the Kentucky Remote Bar Examination, just days after being told that they had. Continue Reading Below WHICH SCHOOLS LEAVE PARENTS WITH THE […]

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How this new South Korean law saved Jin’s role in BTS

If the past few years have proven anything to us when it comes to the pop music industry, they’ve definitely proven this: With the skyrocketing popularity of the South Korean music machine known as K-Pop, the reach of the industry’s crown jewel, boy-band supergroup BTS, runs far and wide. And according to a Dec. 1, 2020 report by the New […]

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283 law enforcement officers shot, 44 fatally wounded as year end nears, stats show

Former detective: Police department morale at ‘all-time low’ nationwide Former homicide detective and Fox News contributor Ted Williams discusses the nationwide rise in crime. New statistics released by the national Fraternal Order of Police show 283 law enforcement officers were shot – 44 of whom were killed – so far this year. The latest statistics represent the number of law enforcement officers […]

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Illinois officers who fatally shot a Black teen left him to bleed out on the ground for 8 minutes without treatment, his mother alleges in a lawsuit

The mother of a Black teenager who was fatally shot by an Illinois police officer has sued the officers involved and the Waukegan Police Department, alleging excessive force, wrongful death, and negligence. The lawsuit alleged that Marcellis Stinnette was not treated for his deadly injuries for more than eight minutes. The officer fatally shot 19-year-old Stinnette and his girlfriend, 20-year-old […]

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How the eviction law change affects me

As you might have heard, the laws on evictions have changed. The ban on landlords evicting tenants in England and Wales – which came into force at the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown – ended on 20 September. For some tenants, it means the risk of being evicted is back – and for landlords, it’s a chance to reclaim their […]

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