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Monday July 27th, 2020 morning edition

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File-Black Lives Matter protesters are arrested by NYPD officers on the Brooklyn Bridge, Wednesday, July 15, 2020, in New York.

The unions argue that allowing the public to see unproven or false complaints could sully officers’ reputations and compromise their safety.

ProPublica said it excluded allegations that investigators deemed unfounded from the material it published.

In all, the searchable database contains 12,056 complaints against 3,996 active NYPD officers.

But we believe the public good it could do outweighs the potential harm,” ProPublica Editor-in-Chief Stephen Engelberg said.

Like ProPublica, the NYCLU argued it was not a party to the lawsuit. »

Nature study identifies 21 existing drugs that could treat COVID-19

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Of these, 21 drugs were determined to be effective at concentrations that could be safely achieved in patients.

That’s not good enough,” says Chanda, director of the Immunity and Pathogenesis Program at Sanford Burnham Prebys and senior author of the study.

“This study significantly expands the possible therapeutic options for COVID-19 patients, especially since many of the molecules already have clinical safety data in humans,” says Chanda. »

When Clint Eastwood Was Elected Mayor of Carmel, California

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We're digging into what makes this English bruiser tick with these 10 fascinating facts about Jason Statham.

With his diving career over, Statham entered the world of modeling for the fashion company French Connection.

He then compared his work to the inner workings of a watch, saying, “A movie, it's like a very complicated timepiece. »

Gone With the Wind star Olivia de Havilland dies at 104

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De Havilland built her legacy — one of strong, beguiling characters in difficult circumstances — with her own hands.

But in her own life, de Havilland refused to wait for the calvary.

She eventually won, swooping in and saving herself in a landmark ruling that is still known today as the “de Havilland law.”. »

Napoleon and his use of the Cologne

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Disturbed by the overpowering perfumes, the Emperor never perfumed himself but made a particularly abundant consumption of Cologne.

Napoleon Bonaparte used every day about 3 bottles of these Cologne which contained about 75 ml of fragrance.

Napoleon was indeed generously sprayed with Cologne after his ablutions and rubbed vigorously his whole body with a brush. »