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At D.C. march, families decry ‘two systems of justice’

Capping a week of protests and outrage over the police shooting of a Black man in Wisconsin, civil rights advocates will highlight the scourge of police and vigilante violence against Black Americans at a commemoration of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

March on Washington reconfigured to comply with virus rules

Amid widespread protests and unrest over the police killings of Black Americans, a national commemoration of the 1963 civil rights March on Washington is being reconfigured to comply with coronavirus protocols in the District of Columbia.

China plans to complete space station by 2022

China plans to send four crewed space missions and the same number of cargo craft to complete work on its permanent space station within about two years, officials said after the launch of a newly designed spacecraft aboard the latest heavy-lift rocket.

China launches trial version of latest spacecraft

China launched a newly designed spacecraft on Tuesday as part of its program to build an orbiting space station, furthering its aspirations to rival the U.S., Russia and private companies in outer space exploration.

WATCH: Zag Rewatch

We may not have sports but the internet does. The Slipper Still Fits blogger Peter Woodburn has taken old YouTube Gonzaga games and brought them back to life with live tweeting, Join him on his journey through the past with his March Madness Zag Rewatch.

WATCH: QuaranTourney Selection Show

Welcome to the first ever QuaranTourney Selection Show. This new show dives you in to a college basketball tournament that picks up where the season ended. Get ready for a simulation of this years March Madness, and the best part is, you can join in on the fun with your very own bracket!

Life under virus quarantine: Boxing, chalk art and waiting

While it might sound like a local recreation center’s offerings, it’s actually part of daily life for 195 American citizens quarantined on a military base after being evacuated from the heart of a new virus outbreak in China.

‘I have a voice’: Women’s March demonstrators unite different causes under banner of resilience

Each of the past three years, thousands of people have marched through downtown Spokane in Women’s Marches with themes of ‘resist,’ ‘persist’ and ‘insist.’ On Saturday, a smaller group of around 1,000 demonstrators championing various causes marched through cold and snow under a banner of resilience. “This year was intended to be about progress,” said Maria Garcia-Bachman, Women’s March organizer for the past four years. “The things that we are each doing in our individual communities to make a difference, to bring positivity, to encourage change.”