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Chauvin trial holds mirror up to police training

Most of the millions of people who have seen the awful video of the death of George Floyd under the knee of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin interpret that event as a murder. Under our democratic model of justice, validating this interpretation, even if it is held by millions, is difficult. It should be. It must be. An accused person is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This is foundational to a free society, and our adversarial system of trial is intended to promote the sacred presumption of innocence.

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Argentina's President tests positive for Covid after vaccine

He said he'd take the Covid-19 vaccine first, as a role model for the rest of Argentina. A little over two months after receiving the Russian-made Sputnik V, Argentinian President Alberto Fernández has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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'Godzilla vs. Kong' turns the battle of 'alpha titans' into a C-level spectacle

Almost 60 years after they rumbled in a pretty awful 1962 movie -- featuring guys in monster suits destroying tiny models -- "Godzilla vs. Kong" reunite with all the wonders that modern special effects can offer and still don't much improve the results. After a lengthy buildup, this "thrilla" in the "MonsterVerse" -- for anyone with even modest expectations -- qualifies as a pretty sizable letdown.

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America's disastrous love affair with Rwanda's Paul Kagame

Rwanda's journey from its 1994 genocide to a model of orderly development made it a go-to country for those who want to invest in an African success story, taking in hundreds of millions in new overseas investments each year and making it one of corporate America's ideal places for charitable donations. But the love affair between the United States and Rwanda's hardline president Paul Kagame, should be seriously reconsidered after 27 years of systemic human rights abuses.

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Opinion: My parents came to the US from Korea for a better future. We must stop the hate

My parents, like many immigrants, came to the United States from Korea for a better future. They were taught that this is the land of endless opportunities and that there were rules to follow in order to reach that better future. The rules were so strong, clear and always prevalent: to make sure they never took their eyes off the prize. These "rules" were supposed to keep the American ideal alive but in effect kept foreigners in their place and away from the majority. This is the "model minority" myth. And as is increasingly obvious, a myth is exactly what it is.

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