Judge orders insurer to cover town’s legal bills for discrimination case by developers of Greens at Chester – Times Herald-Record

| November 7, 2020

Chris McKenna|Times Herald-Record A judge has ordered an insurance company to pay the Town of Chester's legal expenses for an ongoing federal discrimination case, resolving a coverage dispute that arose after two past insurers each denied responsibility. State Supreme Court Justice Sandra Sciortino ruled last week that Allied World Assurance Companywas obliged to pay Chester's legal expenses under its policy because Allied was the insurer when the developers of the 431-home Greens at Chester projectsued the town last year.

‘The Rabbi Goes West’ in SLIFF’s Jewish-oriented films – St. Louis Jewish Light

| November 7, 2020

The St. Louis International Film Festival, presented annually by Cinema St. Louis, runs from Thursday through Nov

Virus Rate Fell to 2% From 34% in One Area. But Did Anything Change? – The New York Times

| November 7, 2020

The urgent calls from doctors to the county department of health began in mid-October, shortly after skyrocketing coronavirus cases had brought a state-imposed lockdown to the community north of New York City. Some patients are refusing testing because they do not want D.O.H. bothering them, a doctor said in a message for the county health commissioner on Oct

Opinion | Susan Knopf: Stay calm and carry on – Summit Daily News

| November 7, 2020

Im sorry. Im so sorry that so many of our citizens have been listening to Fox commentators, OAN, Newt Gingrich, Alex Jones and Rush Limbaugh. The fake, the malicious and repugnant have become more ubiquitous than truth.

Stop the Steal spreads across the internet after infecting Facebook – The Verge

| November 7, 2020

In the wake of a Facebook ban and dimming electoral hopes for President Trump, the Stop the Steal movement is finding a home on smaller platforms and in-person rallies. A movement supporting Trumps false claims of election fraud and hoping to halt the ongoing vote-certification process, Stop the Steal groups are currently promoting pro-Trump rallies in Arizona, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and Georgia, and organizing through platforms like Parler and Discord. President Trump has the votes, wrote Marjorie Taylor Greene, a QAnon supporter newly elected to Congress, on Parler

Countering Antisemitism and the message of hate – The Jerusalem Post

| November 7, 2020

When we see antisemitism start to take hold and spread, says Professor John J. Farmer Jr, director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics of Rutgers University and the Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience, its a good indication that civilization itself is about to crumble. On Monday, November 9th, the eighty-second anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of the Broken Glass, March of the Living, in collaboration with the Miller Center at Rutgers and the Jewish Community of Frankfort, will launch Let There Be Light, a global virtual campaign to preserve the memory of Kristallnacht

Susan Polis Schutz was horrified by the rise of hate in America, and it inspired her new film about White supremacy survivors – Pacific Northwest…

| November 7, 2020

click to enlarge Shannon Foley Martinez, right, is now an anti-hate activist. Like many Americans, Susan Polis Schutz found herself at her breakfast table many mornings over the past few years, shocked at what she was reading in her newspaper.

Framingham’s Covarrubias Receives Latinx Excellence Day on the Hill Award – framinghamsource.com

| November 7, 2020

BOSTON Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus (MBLLC) celebrated the close of Latinx Heritage Month with a virtual event commemorating the countless contributions of the Massachusetts Latinx community last Thursday. Lino Covarrubias, nominated by Rep.

Jensen: Observations from the open water season – Mason City Globe Gazette

| November 7, 2020

OSAGE | Local anglers had an opportunity to hear about the mystery fish" -- also known more commonly as the muskie, from Levi Nettleton, recent naturalist intern with Mitchell County Conservation.

Satire | November Horoscopes – University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News

| November 7, 2020

Believe it or not, its already the second to last month of 2020. Theres a lot to look forward to this month, including finding out the results of the presidential election and this crazy, speedrun of a semester coming to a close. If youre looking for something a little bit more laid back than the current state of the world, and Im sure most of us are, look no further than your monthly horoscope.