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Ruby Bridges was 6 when she walked into a segregated school. Now she teaches children to get past racial differences.

Ruby Bridges is one of USA TODAY's Women of the Century. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we've assembled a list of 100 women who've made a substantial impact on our country or our lives over the past 100 years. Read about them all on Aug. 14.When 6-year-old Ruby Bridges walked up the…

Gamers and coaches we’ll miss out on without Huge Ten and Pac-12 football this fall

Analis Bailey, USA TODAY Published 6:24 a.m. ET Aug. 12, 2020 | Updated 6:50 a.m. ET Aug. 12, 2020CLOSE SportsPulse: Paul Myerberg and Dan Wolken dissect how college football got to this point and rendered completely helpless to the raging pandemic in America. USA TODAYThe Big Ten and Pac-12 decided Tuesday to not play football…

Gayle King: ‘I like radio so much’

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Gayle King reveals why she returned to radio with her new show "Gayle King In the House" on SiriusXM and what topics listeners want to discuss during these times of crises. (Aug.12)AP

‘So I guess Southwest has actually developed time travel’: Airline company sends out travelers strange flight changes

Dawn Gilbertson, USA TODAY Published 6:00 a.m. ET Aug. 12, 2020 CLOSE No assigned seats? Here are some of the biggest things that set Southwest Airlines apart from other carriers. USA TODAY"We've made a change to your upcoming trip.''Joanie Tran knows airline emails with that subject line are rarely good news, especially during a pandemic when…

BLM Leader Tianna Arata Charged With 5 Felonies

Published Yesterday Social media is coming to the aid of Tianna Arata, a California-based Black Lives Matter organizer, who was arrested after a protest last month and is now facing some serious charges. Arata was arrested by the San Luis Obispo police department on July 21 after she organized a protest that allegedly resulted in…

Diamondbacks’ Junior Guerra, Silvino Bracho Tested Favorable for COVID-19

DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 10: Silvino Bracho #61 of the Arizona Diamondbacks pitches against the Colorado Rockies  at Coors Field on September 10, 2018 in Denver, Colorado.  (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

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Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo verified that relief pitchers Junior Guerra and Silvino Bracho tested favorable for COVID-19

The two men I mentioned are asymptomatic and feel terrific,” Lovullo said, per the Arizona Republic‘s Nick Piecoro They’re in the protocol, they’re doing what they can, looking after what they can in your home and recovery up.”

CBSSports.com’s Mike Axisa offered portions of MLB’s 2020 operations manual, which includes COVID-19- particular language:

” Anyone who evaluates positive will be separated away from the group and stay in daily contact with the team, and go through follow up testing as essential. “As part of its COVID-19 Action Strategy, the Club likewise should recognize and inform the Joint Committee of one or more regional health care centers to which it will refer any Covered People who test favorable for COVID-19 for treatment if the scenarios warrant,” the Operations Manual states.”

MLB also set up a separate injured list for those who test positive. Players are qualified to come off the list when they check negative two times over a period of more than 24 hours. They also have to show no coronavirus-related symptoms for 72 hours and receive the thumbs-up from team doctors.

A joint declaration from MLB and the MLB Players Association confirmed Friday that 38 of the 3,185 people evaluated were flagged for COVID-19 Of the group, 31 were players. The other seven were team workers.

MLB Communications @MLB_PR

The very first set of outcomes for COVID-19 screening have been collectively announced by @MLB and the @MLB_PLAYERS. https://t.co/zlqZPuxLxh

Guerra is approaching his first season with Arizona after signing a 1 year, $2.7 million agreement in the offseason. He made 72 looks for the Milwaukee Makers in 2019, finishing with 77 strikeouts and a 3.55 ERA over 83.2 innings.

Bracho missed out on all of last season after going through Tommy John surgical treatment in March2019 He performed well in 2018 when he bounced in between MLB and the minors. He allowed 11 earned runs and started out 34 in 31 major league innings.

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Ruby Bridges was 6 when she walked into a segregated school. Now she teaches children to get past racial differences.

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‘So I guess Southwest has actually developed time travel’: Airline company sends out travelers strange flight changes

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