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Miller Moss from Bishop Alemany High School (Mission Hills, Calif.) announced his commitment to the USC Trojans on Monday: The 4-star quarterback explained his decision ...
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Lana Del Rey is facing a backlash once again for posting footage on Instagram of people looting during a Black Lives Matter protest.The singer, who was protesting in Los Angeles over the weekend, was criticised by musicians Tinashe and Kehlani, with the latter writing: “Please remove your Instagram post – it’s dangerous as f*** and a very poor choice of moment to post. DO NOT endanger people with your very massive platform.”
- U.S.The Telegraph
It was around 6.35pm that the tear gas was fired. Hundreds of protesters had gathered by the park just north of the White House under the clear blue sky. Moments earlier some in the crowds had been urging the policemen in riot helmets and shields to “take a knee”, a sign of support for their cause, and chanting “no justice, no peace”. Then, suddenly, the officers push forward. Huge bangs startled the crowds and sent many sprinting away from the front line. Plumes of tear gas forced others back. The officers by foot strode forward while around a dozen followed on horseback. There were screams when each explosion rang out. Some chanted “hands up, don’t shoot”. Around the time the action broke out Donald Trump was due to be addressing the nation from the other side of the White House, in the Rose Garden.
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New law would make it illegal for couples from different households to meet indoors for romantic encounters
A new proposed law will make it illegal for couples who live in different homes to meet for an indoor romantic liaision and then stay overnight during the coronavirus lockdown. The Government's Health Protection Regulations had previously banned people leaving home without “reasonable excuse”. However the new law which was laid before MPs on Monday said that “no person may participate in a gathering which takes place in a public or private place outdoors, and consists of more than six persons, or indoors, and consists of two or more persons”. It defined a "gathering" as "when two or more people are present together in the same place in order to engage in any form of social interaction with each other, or to undertake any other activity with each other". A separate provision made it illegal to stay overnight away from home “without reasonable excuse”, which could include moving home, work, attending funerals or providing care. Downing Street yesterday insisted on Monday that police would show "discretion" and "common sense" in enforcing the law. The proposed new law was reflected in new Government guidance yesterday which made clear that people cannot "cannot stay overnight away from your own home, except for in a limited set of circumstances, such as for work purposes". It added that guests at garden parties will be risking a £100 fine if they poke around the householder's shed or garage.
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The amended legislation comes into force on Monday and effectively bans sex with someone from a different household.
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From a wardrobe malfunction to a controversial winner — how 'Dancing With the Stars' began with a bang 15 years ago
Carrie Ann Inaba and Tom Bergeron help take a look back at the drama-filled first season of the popular reality competition series.
A day after arriving at the International Space Station on SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken laid claim to a U.S. flag that symbolizes America's capability to send people to orbit from U.S. soil. The handkerchief-sized flag, sealed in a plastic envelope, has been kept aboard the space station since 2011, when NASA's final space shuttle crew left it behind before making their departure aboard Atlantis. It was displayed above the Harmony module's hatch — and, for a time, stored in an equipment bag, nearly forgotten — with instructions that it was to be taken… Read More
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Could this new switch be the power-saving fix?