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147 Vermont inmates in Mississippi prison test positive for Covid-19

147 Vermont inmates in Mississippi prison test positive for Covid-19

Nearly 150 Vermont inmates housed in a private prison in Mississippi have tested positive for Covid-19, according to a release from Vermont Department of Corrections (DOC). Testing was ordered after six inmates returning from Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility (TCCF) in Tutwiler, Mississippi tested positive when they arrived at a correctional facility in Rutland, Vermont on…MORE

Three teens arrested at Mar-a-Lago after fleeing from police

Three teens arrested at Mar-a-Lago after fleeing from police

Three teenage boys were arrested after they fled police and ended up at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida with a loaded AK-47 assault rifle in a backpack, according to a Palm Beach Police affidavit. The 15-year-old boys were arrested and taken into custody shortly after midnight on July 31, but CNN has only…MORE

Fastly’s stock plummets because its largest customer is TikTok

Fastly’s stock plummets because its largest customer is TikTok

One of the pandemic’s best-performing new companies took a hit Thursday because of — you guessed it — TikTok. Fastly, a cloud computing service provider, has risen 364% in the Nasdaq in 2020, and has even outpaced Zoom during the pandemic. Yet President Donald Trump’s recent threats to outlaw TikTok — which accounted for 12%…MORE

E! News is canceled after 29 years on air

E! News is canceled after 29 years on air

Here’s another casualty of Covid-19: E! News The entertainment news show, launched in 1991, was canceled in response to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, a representative for NBC Universal confirmed with CNN Business in an email. In addition, E!’s seven-month-old celebrity news shows, “Pop of the Morning” and “In the Room,” a celebrity interview series hosted…MORE

College dining will look completely different this fall

College dining will look completely different this fall

As the pandemic continues to surge across the country, colleges and universities are making multiple changes to try to keep students and staffers safe. So far, about 350 four-year colleges in the United States have decided to operate primarily online, according to data from the Chronicle of Higher Education and Davidson College’s College Crisis Initiative.…MORE

Three journalists of color resign from Bon Appétit’s Test Kitchen videos

Three journalists of color resign from Bon Appétit’s Test Kitchen videos

Three Bon Appétit journalists of color said Thursday they will no longer participate in the Condé Nast-owned food brand’s popular video series. Priya Krishna, Sohla El-Waylly and Rick Martinez posted simultaneous announcements on social media about their decisions following their unsuccessful contract negotiations with the company. Krishna and Martinez alleged in their posts they were…MORE

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