In a bid to revive the Equal Rights Amendment, the House on Thursday approved a measure removing a 1982 deadline for state ratification and reopening the process to amend the Constitution to prohibit discrimination based on sex. (Feb. 13)
In the Italian Alps, firefighters and sanitation workers have come up with a new solution to fight the spread of coronavirus - using snow cannon from the ski slopes to spray disinfectant around local villages.
This week in Val Gardena, firefighters used their hoses to fill a giant tank with diluted hydrogen peroxide.
The tank was then attached to a snow cannon placed at the back of a large truck.
The truck drove through the towns of Santa Cristina and Selva di Val Gardena, disinfecting roads, walls, and buildings. Snow cannon are usually used at ski resorts to supplement natural snow on the slopes to extend the ski season.
(AP) House convenes to debate new $3 trillion coronavirus aid package. Democrats are gearing up to push a $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill through the House on Friday. The legislation, which would boost funding for state and local governments as well as the U.S. Postal Service, faces roadblocks in the Senate, and President Trump has threatened a veto. Attorneys for Breonna Taylor's family are accusing Louisville police of using false information to obtain the no-knock warrant used to enter Taylor's home two months ago. She was shot and killed. Courier-Journal reporter Tessa Duvall joined CBSN with an update on the case. Cleaning and disinfection is at an all time high, as many grocery store aisles for household cleaning supplies look empty. With an uptick in the usage of cleaners, it's important to use them correctly, because they can pose a danger when mishandled. Bleach, one of the most powerful and common household cleaners, can produce dangerously toxic gases if it's mixed with other cleaners. While disinfectant spray is ideal for cleaning surfaces, don't get it on your hands, food or pets.