Tuesday, September 22, 2020

MixedTimes - Katherine Rodriguez

Scientific American Endorses Joe Biden for President

Scientific American Endorses Joe Biden for President

The magazine Scientific American backed 2020 Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden in its first-ever presidential endorsement in the magazine's 175-year history.

Joe Biden Campaign Expands Staff in Texas

Joe Biden Campaign Expands Staff in Texas

Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden is expanding his staff by 13 members in Texas, a historically red state where Republican candidates often have an advantage.

San Francisco to Reopen Indoor Hair and Nail Salons

San Francisco to Reopen Indoor Hair and Nail Salons

San Francisco will allow nail and hair salons, along with hotels and gyms, to reopen indoors with limited capacity on Monday, nearly six months after coronavirus shelter-in-place orders closed the businesses.

80-Year-Old Runs Virtual Boston Marathon

80-Year-Old Runs Virtual Boston Marathon

Thousands of runners who would have completed the Boston Marathon, which was canceled because of the coronavirus, ran the 26.2-mile race virtually this week.

Police: Rioters Cause $100,000 in Damage in NYC

Police: Rioters Cause $100,000 in Damage in NYC

Eight people were arrested on Friday when a group of 150 rioters smashed windows and vandalized the storefronts of lower Manhattan banks and chain stores in New York City, police said.

Dozens of Minneapolis Businesses Looted, Destroyed

Dozens of Minneapolis Businesses Looted, Destroyed

Dozens of downtown Minneapolis businesses have been looted and destroyed by several rioters after a rumor surfaced that the police killed a man on Nicollet Mall.

Kellyanne Conway: 'Trump Helped Me Shatter a Barrier' in Politics

Kellyanne Conway: 'Trump Helped Me Shatter a Barrier' in Politics

Counselor to the president, Kellyanne Conway, said at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night thatTrump helped her "shatter a barrier" in politics by becoming the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign.

Former Army Green Beret Charged for Being a Spy for Russia

Former Army Green Beret Charged for Being a Spy for Russia

A former Army Green Beret allegedly committed espionage, conspiring with Russia's foreign intelligence arm, the GRU, and giving them national defense information between 1996 and 2011, prosecutors said Friday.

Indiana Woman Faces Sentencing for Aiding Islamic State

Indiana Woman Faces Sentencing for Aiding Islamic State

Prosecutors recommend that an Indiana woman who pleaded guilty to financially aiding the Islamic State (ISIS) receive a maximum of ten years in prison at her upcoming sentencing.