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Mural highlights Dolly Parton's Black Lives Matter quote
8/26/2020 5:57:48 PM

By Kristin M Hall   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Tourists are flocking to Nashville to see a new mural of Dolly Parton that celebrates her position on Black Lives Matter. Mural artist Kim Radford had already decided to paint the mural of the country music icon on the side of a local music club called The 5 Spot, which was made famous for being one of the many filming locations for the TV show “Nashville.” But as she was finishing the mural, Radford saw an article from Billboard in which Parton said she supported the Black Lives Matter movement, saying “Of...

Loughlin, Giannulli get prison time in college bribery plot
8/26/2020 5:56:45 PM

By Alana Durkin Richer   BOSTON (AP)—Apologizing publicly for the first time for crimes their lawyers insisted for months they didn't commit, “Full House” star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were sentenced to prison Friday for using their wealth and privilege to cheat their daughters' way into the college of their choice. The two-month prison sentence for Loughlin and five-month term for Giannulli bring to a close the legal saga for the highest-profile parents ensnared in the college admissions bribery scheme—a...

Thousands allowed to bypass environmental rules in pandemic
8/26/2020 5:55:08 PM

By Ellen Knickmeyer, Cathy Bussewitz and John Flesher   Thousands of oil and gas operations, government facilities and other sites won permission to stop monitoring for hazardous emissions or otherwise bypass rules intended to protect health and the environment because of the coronavirus outbreak, The Associated Press has found. The result: approval for less environmental monitoring at some Texas refineries and at an army depot dismantling warheads armed with nerve gas in Kentucky, manure piling up and the mass disposal of livestock carcasses at farms in Iowa and Minnesota, and...

Scientists say Hong Kong man got coronavirus a second time
8/26/2020 5:54:02 PM

By Marilynn Marchione   HONG KONG—University of Hong Kong scientists claim to have the first evidence of someone being reinfected with the virus that causes COVID-19. Genetic tests revealed that a 33-year-old man returning to Hong Kong from a trip to Spain in mid-August had a different strain of the coronavirus than the one he’d previously been infected with in March, said Dr. Kelvin Kai-Wang To, the microbiologist who led the work. The man had mild symptoms the first time and none the second time; his more recent infection was detected through screening and...

How does coronavirus spread at a concert? Germans do a test
8/26/2020 5:52:34 PM

BERLIN (AP)—Germany held a pop concert Saturday to see how those attending could spread coronavirus if they had it. German researchers studying COVID-19 packed part of a Leipzig arena with volunteers, collecting data in a “real life” simulation of a pop concert but one with strict health and safety controls. About 1,500 people took part in the experiment run by the University Hospital in Halle, each taking a coronavirus test ahead of time, testing negative, and having to wear protective masks throughout the day's testing. Researchers equipped each volunteer with...

Twin sisters graduate from Compton College, pursue artistic career together
8/20/2020 12:54:05 PM

COMTON—Twin sisters Arielle and Zoe Hernandez are 2020 Compton College graduates with a passion for designing characters like those that appear in video games or animated shows. They both earned associate degrees with an emphasis in arts and humanities and plan to transfer in spring 2021 to a university together to major in animation or art. They are interested in pursuing a career involving character design that will combine their artistic and technological skills. While they received acceptance letters from the University of Southern California and Otis College of Art and Design,...

Former first lady dispenses elegant, scathing shade at WH resident-in-chief
8/20/2020 12:51:28 PM

By Darlene Superville and Alexandra Jaffe   WASHINGTON (AP)—At the 2016 Democratic National Convention, former first lady Michelle Obama told party members that “when they go low, we go high.” After four years of President Donald Trump, she came back to give it to them straight. “If you think things cannot possibly get worse, trust me they can; and they will, if we don’t make a change in this election,” Mrs. Obama told her party in a blunt and emotional appeal that capped the first night of the Democrats’ convention. The former...

'Do something:' Harris' rapid rise driven by call to action
8/20/2020 12:41:59 PM

By Kathlleen Ronayne and MaryClaire Dale   SACRAMENTO (AP)—Hours before Kamala Harris took the stage for the first time as Joe Biden's vice presidential pick, she received a text message from a childhood classmate with photos from their school days. A pensive Harris sits on the floor, dutifully looking ahead, a child in the center of an experiment in racial integration. She was among students who took the bus from their neighborhoods to school in the more affluent hillsides of Berkeley, California. “That's how it started. There's no question!”...

Kamala Harris' selection as VP resonates with Black women
8/20/2020 12:35:05 PM

By Kat Stafford   DETROIT (AP)—China Cochran met Kamala Harris at a campaign event in Detroit last year and was swept away by her ambition, charisma and leadership. She hoped the California senator would advance in politics. So when Joe Biden named Harris on Tuesday as his running mate—making her the first Black woman on a major party's presidential ticket—Cochran wasn't just struck by the history. It represented a full-circle moment for Black women, who for generations have fought for their voices to be heard and political aspirations...

Chris Evans hopes to shield democracy with politics website
8/20/2020 11:42:37 AM

By Ryan Pearson   LOS ANGELES (AP)—Chris Evans became the most politically prickly “Avenger” a few years back with withering tweets about President Donald Trump and his Republican supporters. But the “Captain America” actor is staying relatively quiet during this presidential campaign. He wants to amplify the voices of elected officials instead. Last month, Evans launched a civic engagement app and website called A Starting Point, featuring short videos from both Republican and Democratic members of Congress and other U.S. politicians sharing...