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Weekly Review

September 22, 2020

The athleisure manufacturer Lululemon, which is valued at $45 billion, promoted a “resist capitalism” yoga workshop with programs on the relationship between violent colonialism and consumerism. Read More

September 15, 2020

Despite its surge in cases, South Dakota has begun using federal COVID-19 relief funds for a multimillion-dollar tourism campaign. Read More

September 9, 2020

Facebook said that it would halt all new political ads in the week before Election Day—but that it would not take down existing ads—in order to stop the spread of misinformation. Read More

September 1, 2020

The College Republicans United, a student group at Arizona State University, began raising funds for Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense, saying that he “does not deserve to have his entire life destroyed.” Read More

August 25, 2020

A team of special agents, members of the Coast Guard, and federal postal inspectors arrested former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. Read More

August 18, 2020

“These ballots are all going to be lost. They’re going to be gone,” said President Trump, who requested a mail-in ballot for himself.“Absentee voting is great.” Read More

August 11, 2020

Police officers in Kansas were summoned to defuse a rod of dynamite that turned out to be a beef stick. Read More

August 4, 2020

British courts will not disclose evidence about two members of the “Beatles,” a cell of the Islamic State, to the Justice Department. Read More

July 28, 2020

It was reported that the police department in King City, California, had required all its officers to use handgun-mounted cameras. Read More

July 21, 2020

The Pentagon banned Confederate flags in a memo that neither included the word “ban” nor the word “Confederate.” Read More

July 14, 2020

Seattle’s police department said that at least 50 percent of its BIPOC police officers would be fired if the city followed through with efforts to defund it. Read More

July 8, 2020

It was revealed that a member of the East Baton Rouge Parish school board in Louisiana had been shopping online during a meeting about renaming Lee High School, which was named after Confederate general Robert E. Lee. Read More

June 30, 2020

The video game Fortnite removed police cars from its new season Read More

June 23, 2020

The Washington Redskins officially recognized Juneteenth. Read More

June 16, 2020

A Fairchild Swearingen C-26 flew in support of the Phoenix Police Department. Read More

June 9, 2020

In Austria, plans were announced to turn the house where Adolf Hitler was born into a police station. Read More

June 2, 2020

After being arrested by the police in Minneapolis, George Floyd, an unarmed, 46-year-old black man, was killed by a white officer, Derek Chauvin, who knelt on Floyd’s neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds while Floyd, handcuffed and facedown on the pavement, repeated the words “I can’t breathe” at… Read More

May 26, 2020

Saturn, an alligator who, according to legend, once belonged to Adolf Hitler, died in a Russian zoo. Read More

May 19, 2020

Donald Trump announced the development of a “super-duper missile.” Read More

May 12, 2020

The U.S. Space Force debuted its first recruitment video, featuring the slogan “Maybe your purpose on this planet isn’t on this planet.” Read More

May 5, 2020

A funeral home in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, was offering drive-through viewings. Read More

April 29, 2020

A “Reopen Wisconsin” protest in downtown Madison inadvertently shut down businesses that were still open. Read More

April 21, 2020

Last month was the first March since 2002 without a school shooting in the United States. Read More

April 14, 2020

“I think, if I may, it’s cool to work. Your neighbor, your brother-in-law, you know, the guy down the street, working has become cool again,” said White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow. Read More

April 9, 2020

The government of Malaysia instructed women not to be sarcastic with their husbands during the lockdown. Read More

March 31, 2020

A technical officer at the World Health Organization warned that consuming alcohol was an “unhelpful coping strategy” for cabin fever. Read More

March 24, 2020

Convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein, the archduke Karl von Habsburg of Austria, Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar of Iran, basketball star Kevin Durant, reality-television host Andy Cohen, actor Idris Elba, Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan, and Senator Rand Paul all tested positive for the coronavirus. Read More

March 18, 2020

Oklahoma governor Mike Stitt posted a photo of himself at a crowded Oklahoma City food hall captioned “It’s packed tonight!”; Stitt later deleted the tweet and declared a state of emergency. Read More

March 11, 2020

Tito’s Handmade Vodka urged the public not to use its vodka as hand sanitizer, as it has insufficient alcohol content to kill germs. Read More

March 3, 2020

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a dissenting opinion to overturn a decision that he had authored. Read More