The pandemic has made its mark on The Amazing Race Canada, after three teams had to miss several legs of the race after having COVID-19, which also led to uncle-nephew team Dennis Ashe and Durrell Borden from Nova Scotia being eliminated.
Connecticut released data Thursday for the first time showing the race of people subjected to police use of force, a reporting practice that many states are beginning to adopt in the wake of nationwide calls for more police accountability. The data from 2019 and 2020 appeared to show Connecticut police used force on Black people at disproportionate rates compared with white people, but the analysts who released the data cautioned that there were limitations in the reporting, saying it was “insufficient” and could not be used for a comprehensive assessment. The state is just the second in the country, after New Jersey, to publicly report statewide police use-of-force data, officials said.
Yahoo Finance's Dave Briggs reports that the NFL has suspended and fined Cleveland Browns player Deshaun Watson over sexual misconduct allegations.