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Marina Fang


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Recent articles by Marina:

Fox News Host Ed Henry Fired After Sexual Misconduct Investigation

The network has had a long history of an alleged culture of sexual misconduct, paying out millions of dollars in settlements. → Read More

Taking Down Racist Episodes, Recasting Voice Roles Won't Get At The Real Problems

The nominal steps by shows like "30 Rock," "Scrubs," "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" to address racism feel like empty gestures. → Read More

Police Pepper-Spray Protesters Trying To Pull Down Andrew Jackson Statue In DC

In a tweet, President Donald Trump suggested the protesters should be in prison for "the disgraceful vandalism." → Read More

Joel Schumacher, Versatile Director Of Batman Films And 'St Elmo's Fire,' Dies At 80

The director had an eye for casting stars before they ascended to fame, like Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts and Colin Farrell. → Read More

Juneteenth Will Be An Official Holiday In New York City Starting In 2021

“Every city worker, every student will have an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of our history and the truth," Mayor Bill de Blasio said. → Read More

Trump Threatens Protesters Ahead Of Oklahoma Rally

The president's latest violent threat toward demonstrators comes on Juneteenth, which anti-racism protesters plan to mark with peaceful marches. → Read More

1.5 Million More Americans Sought Unemployment Claims Last Week

Nearly 21 million people are officially classified as unemployed. → Read More

Supreme Court Declines To Hear Trump's Legal Challenge To 'Sanctuary' Laws

The justices left in place a lower court ruling that upheld the bulk of three California laws that protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. → Read More

Oscars To Develop 'Representation And Inclusion Standards'

The Academy is making changes aimed at combating the dearth of diversity in its nominees. → Read More

Black Man's Violent Death In Police Custody Was Filmed For 'Live PD,' Prosecutor Says

New video and documents released in the 2019 death of Javier Ambler show police repeatedly using a stun gun, despite him pleading he couldn’t breathe. → Read More

Trump Floats Conspiracy That 75-Year-Old Buffalo Protester Pushed By Police Was 'A Set Up'

Graphic video last week showed two police officers shoving 75-year-old Martin Gugino to the ground. → Read More

Mitt Romney Joins Black Lives Matter Protesters Marching Toward White House

“We need to stand up and say, ‘Black lives matter,’” said the senator and 2012 GOP presidential nominee, one of the few prominent Republicans to support ... → Read More

Mitt Romney Joins Black Lives Matter Protesters Marching Toward White House

“We need to stand up and say, ‘Black lives matter,’” said the senator and 2012 GOP presidential nominee, one of the few prominent Republicans to support the protests. → Read More

New York Times Opinion Chief James Bennet Resigns After 'Send In The Troops' Op-Ed

Bennet admitted he did not read a widely excoriated column by Sen. Tom Cotton that advocated for military action against protesters before publishing it. → Read More

How Asian Americans Are Reckoning With Anti-Blackness In Their Families

George Floyd's death has galvanized some Asian Americans to try to start conversations with their families about anti-Black racism. → Read More

Death Toll Grows In National Protests Over George Floyd Police Killing

One man was the beloved owner of a Louisville barbecue restaurant who provided free meals to officers. Another was known as “Mr. Indianapolis,” a former ... → Read More

Barack Obama Writes Essay On Effecting Real Change After George Floyd's Killing

"If we want to bring about real change, then the choice isn’t between protest and politics. We have to do both," wrote the former president. → Read More

Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner: George Floyd's Death Was 'A Murder'

“I don’t want to prejudice this from a criminal perspective, but I’m just calling it what I see it," John Harrington said. → Read More

Transit Workers Union Backs Members Who Refuse Transporting Minneapolis Police

The Amalgamated Transit Union and its Minneapolis members issued statements in solidarity with protests against the police killing of George Floyd. → Read More

College Student Wanted In Connecticut Murders Is Captured

University of Connecticut student Peter Manfredonia, 23, had been the subject of a six-day search involving several police agencies and the FBI. → Read More