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Welcome to the weekend news. These headlines primarily focus on the latest health news regarding coronavirus and particularly how it intersects with the fall semester for schools. A special news item details the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. As always, these headlines are courtesy of Newseum.org
Cousin to the cricket, the cicadas sing in late August in waves among the gingkos. Using their tymbals, they defy even the the most beautiful bluejay, heard, but unseen as of yet in an otherwise quiet, tree-lined street these past summer months. Steady chorus rising, then falling, from the underground they have come, to begin new life in their last few weeks of the season, truly an unprecedented one in New York City. Their chorus is the lovely and sure sign of summer, reminding me of childhood on the shores of Lake Michigan, professional life in the East, and emergence into a new Autumn at ...
Today’s headlines look at international coverage of events in the United States, as Hurricane Laura, the Republican National Convention, and American athletes’ unprecedented strikes in protest of police violence make front pages around the world. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by Newseum.org
Good Afternoon! Once again, here are a few of the latest headlines from local, national, and international newspapers pulled from Newseum’s collection of front pages: Wisconsin State Journal, Published in Madison, WI
Today’s headlines break with convention to look at two stories from Wisconsin, the latest site of unrest after another police shooting of an unarmed Black man. Next, we look at changes in the COVID-19 case rate throughout the United States. Note that headlines ending with an asterisk (*) appeared on the newspaper’s front-page, but not on its website. As always, these headlines are selected from the front pages curated by
Today’s news is dominated by abuses of power and pandemic resurgences, unfortunately. Law enforcement officials in the US continue to abuse Americans on the basis of their race and ethnicity, the Russian government ocntinues to murder its critics with impunity, and school reopenings threaten to restart or worsen the pandemic around the world. These stories were drawn from newspaper front pages curated by
As COVID-19 continues to ravage the US, there is some hopeful news for the New York area. Additionally, protests in the name of long-denied justice continue around the world. At the same time, we’re faced with the threats of inaction and apathy at a time when collective action is more important than ever before. Thanks again to Newseum.org for curating local news from around the world to help with documenting this vital moment in history.
In today’s news, many school districts around the world continue to monitor attendance, community feedback, and how kids are feeling as students return to class. The wide ranging responses to learning during the pandemic is proving to be a difficult and sensitive situation for school administrators, educators, families, and students. Read more from Sunday’s news roundup. Frontpage headlines were curated from
Welcome to the weekend news! Today these headlines from around the world are mostly focused on efforts to continue education without interruption. Other mentions include news on aerospace engineering in Africa and hospital politics in New Zealand. As always, these headlines come from Newseum.org.
Today’s headlines follow the latest developments in two stories that have been on a tumultuous course durin the pandemic. As the fall semester begins, American school districts are responding to virus reporting requirements, while across the country, states are electing for additional unemployment benefits. As always, these headlines are selected from the front pages curated by