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Trumps 1776 Commission slams destructive scholarship in final report

2021-01-18 23:51:33| New York Post Online Edition: News

President Trump’s 1776 Commission, formed to promote “patriotic education,” on Monday released a final report touted by the White House as offering “a definitive chronicle of the American founding.” The 45-page report slams “destructive scholarship” that it says misrepresents the history of slavery and racial discrimination. “States and school districts should reject any curriculum that...

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Biden Institute reportedly wont disclose donors even as inauguration looms

2021-01-18 23:46:41| New York Post Online Edition: News

The Biden Institute, a policy research center at the University of Delaware founded by the incoming commander-in-chief, will not disclose its donors once Joe Biden becomes president, according to a new report. The research center was one of a number of organizations founded by the former veep after he left office in 2017 and is...

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Dad suspected of killing son had cult-like anti-vax stance: court docs

2021-01-18 23:05:24| New York Post Online Edition: News

A San Francisco father mired in a custody battle with his ex-wife regarding their 9-year-old son including whether to vaccinate him killed the boy before taking his own life, according to police and court documents. The bodies of Stephen OLoughlin, 49, and his son, Pierce O’Loughlin, were found Wednesday by San Francisco cops...

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Georgia teen jailed in Caymans for ditching quarantine is now back in US

2021-01-18 23:00:04| New York Post Online Edition: News

The US college student jailed in the Cayman Islands for ditching COVID-19 quarantine to watch her boyfriend jet-ski is now back on American soil. Skylar Mack, 18, landed in Georgia on Friday after serving 32 days of her two month sentence, according to ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “Very excited. Happy to be home,” Mack said....

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Chinese man who killed judge over divorce trial sentenced to death

2021-01-18 22:34:32| New York Post Online Edition: News

A man in China has been sentenced to death for killing the judge who presided over his divorce, state media reported Monday. Wu Dere was ordered to be executed Monday for stabbing to death judge Hao Jian, 56, with a knife he brought to court in Heilongjiang Province, the state-run outlet China Daily reported. The...

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