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Mohammed has an update on the news, 2021 Rose parade has been canceled for the first time since World War two because of the covert 19 pandemic, the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association said in a statement. It is not able to host the New Year's Day parade with the restrictions and guidelines of California's face re opening plan. The Rose Bowl College football game traditionally played on the same day, however, is still being planned. Is brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber. The LAPD has set new policies on use of force. It is not all encompassing. It will not be everything we're doing. It is step, Police Commission President Eileen Decker said expectations for the reforms. The changes include of requiring a verbal warning when any forces being used. Also, officers will have to report any use of force they see. And there's a ban on the crowded hold and prompt aid will have to be delivered whenever forces used. These are important changes that made clear To everyone. The duty of an officer Chris and Carl. Okay, fine News, The leader of a synagogue in San Diego who was hurt in an attack last year, has pleaded guilty to taking part in a multi $1,000,000 fraud scheme to disguise charitable contributions. Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein could get up to five years in prison, but prosecutors have agreed to recommend he avoid serving time because of his cooperation with investigators. The Olympic torch at the L. A Coliseum is being lit to mark the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's acceptance of the Democratic nomination for President. Kennedy gave his acceptance speech during the Democratsconvention at the arena in 1960. I believe that the times require imagination and courage and perseverance. I'm asking. Each of you will be finding that New Frontier. Lake County Supervisor Janice Hahn requested the lighting, she says. Kennedy made history when he delivered an inspiring speech about what it would take for people in this country to rise to meet challenges they had never faced.