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In today’s news headlines, grey wolves have been removed from the Endangered Species Act. This year’s hurricane season continues to break records with a month left to go. Furthermore, there are several updates on local coronavirus news in the US. As always, these news headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org.
On Monday, yet another innocent Black life was stolen by police. This time his name was Walter Wallace Jr. from Philadelphia, and although this happened only three days ago, I already struggled today to find front pages acknowledging his killing. This is not acceptable. Walter Wallace's story should be on every front page in the country; he deserved to live and he will not be forgotten. How many times can we ask "how many more" before this will actually stop? Today, in remembrance of Walter and in honor of his family, I've selected features that highlight ways that people around the world a...
In the biggest news piece today, a new justice was confirmed to the Supreme Court yesterday after much controversy. In other stories there are some items about schools and libraries as well as interesting, extreme weather events. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org.The Atl...
On October 27th, 1904, New York City's first underground subway line opened, addressing the need to alleviate street congestion while offering rapid transportation to the public. Construction began in 1900, with digging done at night by men, mostly immigrants, using pickaxes and lanterns. Operated by Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT), the first train ran a little over nine miles, from City Hall in Brooklyn, to 145th Street and Broa...
Today's news from around the world sheds light on people and organizations doing their part to make the world a little bit safer and brighter for everyone. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
As more places across the country reopen, many people are seeing the consequences of inadequate health safety and resource preparation ripple through businesses, institutions, and schools. Students have been abandoned at school bus stops, restaurants are being cited for improper health safety without consistent repercussions, and community gathering spaces are seeing COVID-19 outbreaks after events. Plus, as the presidential election hurtles forward, people are evaluating the recent debates as a deciding factor in their votes. Th...
In today’s news headlines NASA is operating another fascinating mission. One more victory on the scientific front includes the FDA approval of a COVID-19 drug. As always, these stories are courtesy of Newseum.org.Press-Register, Published in Mobile, Alabama
Good day! Today's news from around the world discusses same-sex civil unions and the Catholic Church, the folks volunteering to work the polls on election day, virtual special education success tips, the benefits of interdisciplinary mental health resources and international goals to curb climate change. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
In today’s news headlines, protesters in Nigeria campaign against police violence in their country. Global humanitarian organizations work on future plans to get coronavirus vaccines to places with poor infrastructure. In the US there are news items regarding taxes and the education system in the time of coronavirus as well as plans to nurture national forests. As always, these headlin...
Did you know that influential American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer John Dewey was born this day, October 20th, 1859 in Burlington, Vermont? The third of fourth sons to Archibald Dewey and Lucia Artemisia Rich, John Dewey attended public schools in his hometown before enrolling at the age of 15 years at the University of Vermont. He went on to earn a doctorate from Johns Hopkins University in 1884, after ...