• Over 15,000 children’s homes surprised with free Wi-Fi amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Over 15,000 children’s homes surprised with free Wi-Fi amid COVID-19 pandemic0

    Over 15,000 student households in five school districts were gifted with free internet connectivity this morning, as many children struggle with online learning due to unreliable Wi-Fi amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. “Good Morning America,” revealed the surprise today to students attending five public school districts located in Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania, Jackson, Mississippi, Baltimore, Maryland,

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  • Ann Arbor decriminalizes magic mushrooms, psychedelic plants

    Ann Arbor decriminalizes magic mushrooms, psychedelic plants0

    ANN ARBOR>> The city of Ann Arbor has decriminalized psychedelic plants and fungi, including magic mushrooms, and police officers will no longer make them an enforcement focus. City Council voted unanimously Sept. 21 in favor of a resolution declaring it the city’s lowest law enforcement priority, MLive.com reported. It means that authorities won’t investigate and

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  • City won’t waste John Oliver’s donation, on 1 condition

    City won’t waste John Oliver’s donation, on 1 condition0

    DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut city won’t waste an opportunity to get a sizeable donation from comedian John Oliver about a weeks-long joke pertaining to the name of a sewage plant in the area. Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton said on WTNH-TV that he would accept Oliver’s challenge to name the city’s sewage plant after

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