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Attack in Glasgow likely not terrorism

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 6/26/20, 03:32 pm

Police shot and killed the suspect in a stabbing in Glasgow, Scotland, on Friday that left six people wounded, including a police officer. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said authorities were not treating the attack as a terrorist act. “It’s been a dreadful afternoon for the city of Glasgow,” she said. “Clearly there is already much speculation around this incident, which remains under investigation.”

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A controversial U.S. shuffle

International | The new CEO for U.S.-backed international broadcast services shakes things up
by Mindy Belz
Posted 6/18/20, 02:25 pm

IN-DEPTH: Michael Pack, the new CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, fired the heads of at least three U.S.-funded global news outlets: Radio Free Asia, Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe, and the Middle East Broadcasting Network. Pack also removed current members of the board of each network to install his own team.

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The state of religious schools during COVID-19

Education | With Catholic education taking the hardest hit
by Laura Edghill
Posted 6/17/20, 04:05 pm

The coronavirus pandemic has hastened the closure of private K-12 schools—especially Catholic ones—across the country, many of which were already struggling. But Protestant and evangelical schools are surviving by looking for new ways to attract students.

Sister Dale McDonald of the National Catholic Educational Association estimated that about 100 schools have folded in the past month or so. She said the number could double before fall.

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