Isabella Isaacs-Thomas, writing for PBS NewsHour, looks at ongoing efforts to create and test a vaccine for COVID-19 as various vaccine candidates move through clinical trials. Vaccines normally go through around a decade of research and evaluation before finally being approved for commercial use, but as Isaacs-Thomas writes, public health officials have determined that the urgency of the pandemic demands a significantly expedited version of that process.
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After a massive extinction, diverse marsupials came to dominate this isolated continent. Watch now.
Kentucky Health focuses on diabetes in the commonwealth, examining rising rates of diabetes and prediabetes and discussing treatment options including insulin pumps, medications and lifestyle changes. Host Dr. Wayne Tuckson welcomes endocrinologist Dr. Fred Williams, who practices with the University of Louisville Physicians-Endocrinology and Diabetes Associates.
Commonwealth of Kentucky Ex Rel. J. Michael Brown, Secretary of the Governor’s Executive Cabinet v. Stars Interactive Holdings (IOM) Ltd.
At issue is whether the Commonwealth is “any other person” who has standing to bring claims under the Loss Recovery Act and whether the complaint sufficiently stated a cause of action against the Appellees. On the cross-motion, issues involved are whether the internet gambling sites are “winners” under the Loss Recovery Act from which recovery may be obtained, whether the trial court accurately calculated the damages, and whether treble damages were warranted by the circumstances in this matter. Oral arguments heard on July 2, 2020.
At issue is applicability of the domestic violence exemption from “violent offender” characterization of a husband who pled guilty to first-degree manslaughter of his verbally and physically abusive wife. Did the abuse occur “with regard to” the manslaughter? Oral arguments heard on July 2, 2020.
One hundred years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, The Vote tells the dramatic culmination story of the hard-fought campaign waged by American women for the right to vote, a transformative cultural and political movement that resulted in the largest expansion of voting rights in U.S. history. Watch now.