CSGA Anti-Racism Policy Written and Supported by Students

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) – School leaders in Albemarle County are championing the district’s anti-racism policies and programs, saying it is a student-led effort. This comes as a result of confusion among parents and guardians about what is taught in a program called “Courageous Conversations,” piloted at Henley Middle School. …

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Southbury officials warn residents after coyote attacks

Authorities ask people to stay with their pets outside, especially at night SOUTHBURY, Connecticut – Those with pets in Southbury will want to pay special attention following several attempted coyote attacks on Tuesday. Southbury Animal Control said on their Facebook page that one of the attacks injured a dog. The …

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EGFR activation limits liver cancer response to lenvatinib

1. Villanueva, A. Hepatocellular carcinoma. N. Engl. J. Med. 380, 1450-1462 (2019). Google Scholar CAS Article 2. Kudo, M. et al. Lenvatinib versus sorafenib in the first-line treatment of patients with unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma: a phase 3 randomized non-inferiority trial. Lancet 391, 1163-1173 (2018). Google Scholar CAS Article 3. Sung, …

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India forms panel on euthanasia law

The Unity Government of India has formed a committee of experts to make suggestions for the creation of a law allowing the death of people in special circumstances on humanitarian grounds. The practice, called euthanasia or compassionate killing, is illegal in most countries. The Law Commission of India had in …

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Former judge questions executions

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CAPITOL NEWS SERVICE) – Floridians for alternatives to the death penalty are circulating a video of a former Florida Supreme Court judge who believes the state has executed innocent people. The retired judge is also wondering about the costs. Gerald Kogan spent 11 years on the Florida Supreme …

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