August 9, 2020

International

Africa passes 1M confirmed virus cases; true number far more

Africa’s confirmed coronavirus cases have surpassed 1 million, but global health experts say the true toll is likely several times higher, reflecting the gaping lack of testing for the continent’s 1.3 billion people. While experts say infection tolls in richer nations can be significant undercounts, large numbers of undetected cases are a greater danger for

COVID-19

COVID-19 threatens migrant, officer safety at cramped ICE detention centers

In the six months Maria Chávez’s husband has been detained at La Palma Correctional Center, he has been quarantined twice after being exposed to suspected cases of COVID-19. And quarantine, for him, has meant solitary confinement. Andrés gets 20 minutes a day outside his cell, Chávez said, which he first uses to call his wife

Politics

NY AG Who Wants to Dismantle NRA Calls It a ‘Terrorist Organization’

New York Attorney General Letitia James made news when she announced her lawsuit asking the courts to dismantle the National Rifle Association, but there’s nothing new about her views on the pro-Second Amendment group. During her campaign to become New York’s top cop, she denounced the NRA as a “terrorist organization.” The NRA fired back

Legal Beat

President Signs McSally’s Veteran Treatment Court Bill Into Law

President Trump today signed U.S. Senator Martha McSally’s (R-AZ) bipartisan legislation to expand veteran treatment courts across the nation into law. “These courts have turned veterans’ lives around in Arizona, and now they will be able to do the same for veterans across our nation,” said McSally. “Many veterans return from war with invisible wounds that can result

Buz Blog

Opinion: Decoding the Far Left

“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the losers.” – Socrates In science, history, law enforcement and other disciplines, we look for clues when trying to solve a mystery. Some enigmas are easy to figure out, some are difficult and most fall in between. In politics and in trying to figure out

Legal Beat

Attorney General Brnovich Obtains $22.5 Million Judgment and Injunction Against Eonsmoke

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced on Friday that the Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) obtained a $22.5 million judgment and a permanent injunction against vaping peddler Eonsmoke, LLC. “Eonsmoke is being held accountable for its unlawful conduct in Arizona, including marketing flavored vaping pods to children,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “If you are an Arizona

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