Nine parents of Los Angeles Unified students filed a class action lawsuit in September against the state's largest school district over how it handles distance learning, arguing the district's online offerings fall short and violate their children's right to an education.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy who fatally shot Andres Guardado in June, his partner on the scene and two Sheriff’s homicide detectives all invoked — or signaled their intention to invoke — their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination today during the first day of a coroner’s inquest into the killing.
With several major pharmaceutical companies reporting promising results from clinical trials of the COVID-19 vaccines they are respectively testing, conversations are already starting about whether people would even consider getting a brand new vaccines that has been expedited through the approval process, and if so, who is first in line.
Many workers able to do their jobs from home assumed the setup would be temporary, and invested little in a home office setup as a result. But now, over nine months into the coronavirus pandemic and little idea of when it will be under enough control to bring workers back in person, that eight hour sofa-induced hunch is becoming untenable.