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September 23:

    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Archdiocese of Miami will begin the process of returning to in-class learning at all its schools starting September 23. Archbishop Thomas Wenski said distancing learning will continue during the phase-in process, which is slated to be completed October 2. For those concerned about in-class education amid the COVID pandemic, parents can opt to keep their children learning remotely even after the phase-in’s completion. Download The New CBS4 News App Here Each school will publish its phase-in plan on its website. As for after school care, the Archdiocese said it will be offered where available.
    The Detroit Lions blew the season opener to the Chicago Bears in spectacular fashion Sunday. The Lions lost 27-23 after dominating the majority of the game. Yes, the Lions were manhandling the Bears for the majority of the action, and still found a way to blow it. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Not only did we dominate the game, but we had a shot to win it. D’Andre Swift managed to drop a wide open pass in the end zone to win the game in the closing seconds. #Lions rookie DeAndre Swift drops a game-winning TD. #Bears hang on to win 27-23. UNREAL. pic.twitter.com/a9xEPWFIwH — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) September 13, 2020 It’s truly...
    Hollywood star Tom Hanks is ready to resume work on September 23. He will be back to shoot for the untitled Elvis Presley film in Australia. Hanks was in that country filming the project earlier this year when he contracted Covid-19 in March. Shooting for the Baz Luhrmann directorial will restart on September 23 after six months of the production shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, it has been confirmed. Chris Pratt Makes Bryce Dallas Howard Show Her Bruises As Jurassic World: Dominion Resumes Shooting in London “We’re back to, as Elvis liked to say, ‘taking care of business!’ It is a real privilege in this unprecedented global moment that Tom Hanks has been able to return to Australia to...
    Nearly 12 millions Americans lost federal protections on evictions last Friday and with currently no eviction moratorium on the table from Republicans, many residents in the country have no means to pay rent for the upcoming month.  Senate Republicans unveiled a new COVID-19 relief package on Monday but did not include any mention of an eviction moratorium, to the frustration of Democrats.  'We have the power to stop the coming avalanche of evictions during this pandemic that will hit Black, brown and poor communities the worst ― and we've already waited too long to act,' Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said to the Huffington Post.  As many as 23 million renters could be evicted by the end of September ...