Beatrice Dupuy

Staff Writer
Beatrice Dupuy

Beatrice Dupuy joined Newsweek in 2017. She has formerly worked at the Star Tribune in Minneapolis where she covered several beats including education, county government and breaking news. During her time in Minneapolis, Dupuy reported on major news stories in the Twin Cities from the death of Prince, the fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark to a stabbing attack at a St. Cloud mall.  

Gay Teacher Fired After Wedding

"This weekend I married the love of my life and unfortunately I was terminated from my job as a result," Morffi said on social media.

Is This School Science Project Racist?

"If the average IQs of blacks, Southeast Asians, and Hispanics are lower than the average IQs of non-Hispanic whites and Northeast Asians, then the racial disproportionality in (HISP) is justified," the student's hypothesis read.

Paul Ryan Deletes Tweet After Backlash

"A secretary at a public high school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, said she was pleasantly surprised her pay went up $1.50 a week she said [that] will more than cover her Costco membership for the year," Ryan tweeted.

ICE Detains Chemistry Professor

"My little brother cries every night, my sister can't focus in school, and I cannot sleep at night," Syed Ahmed Jamal's son wrote.

Georgia Crime Free Housing Program Suspended

"Preventing people who have served time in the criminal justice system from having a place to live violates that basic American principle, and does little to enhance public safety," a letter to the city read.

Police Thwart School Shooting

"He didn't like them, he just didn't like them," Fayette County District Attorney Richard Bower said of the student who wanted to kill his peers Friday.

Trump Honors Holocaust Remembrance Day

"We take this opportunity to recall the Nazis' systematic persecution and brutal murder of six million Jewish people," President Donald Trump said in his statement.

ICE Lands Contract To Get License Plate Database

"ICE is not seeking to build a license plate reader database, and will not collect nor contribute any data to a national public or private database through this contract," Dani Bennett, an ICE spokeswoman, said in a statement.

NAACP Sues DHS Over Immigrant Protections

"The action by the Department of Homeland Security to rescind TPS status for Haitian immigrants is clearly racially motivated," Derrick Johnson, NAACP President and CEO, said.

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