Daily Archives: March 30, 2018

Watch SZA's Summer Camp-Set 'Broken Clocks' Video

SZA released a dreamy video for her single “Broken Clocks.” The visual is the latest from her debut album Ctrl, which was released last year. SZA co-directed the clip with Dave Meyers, a frequent collaborator of her Top Dawg label mate, Kendrick Lamar. The hazy video sees SZA at Camp CTRL, an old-school playground filled with teens making out and ...

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Stephen Reinhardt, Outspoken Judge and Jew, Dies at 87

Screenshot from Twitter. Judge Stephen Reinhardt, dubbed the “liberal lion” of American jurisprudence and as outspoken on Jewish as on legal issues, died March 29. He was 87. He died of a heart attack during a visit to a Los Angeles dermatologist, according to a spokesman for the 9th U.S. Circuit of Appeals, on which Reinhardt served from his appointment by ...

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What Gun Violence Researchers Would Study If Congress Would Fund Their Efforts

In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and continued activism related to gun control, businesses and political groups alike have turned toward active steps they can take to diminish the threat of gun violence. Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart restricted sales to minors, while President Donald Trump and the Justice Department tried to ban bump stocks, the ...

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