Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China, said he was wrong to think that ties between Washington and Beijing could reset when Joe Biden becomes president.
Congresswoman’s support could heighten chances of city electing a woman for the first time and its second Black leader Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has endorsed Maya Wiley for mayor of New York, a dramatic intervention that could heighten the chances of the city electing a woman for the first time and only its second Black leader. Related: Fewer police, more housing: how Maya Wiley wants to transform New York Continue reading
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A self-described "redneck" TikTok user recorded herself burning and renouncing the Confederate flag after learning about its meaning. The woman, whose user name is @TikTok_hates_me__, shared the video Sunday showing herself setting fire to the flag on her porch and then tossing it onto a bonfire in subsequent posts, reported Newsweek. "I'm sorry I ever showed I was 'racist' from a flag," she says in the video. "We burnt it tonight. I'm sorry our culture taught us this was okay -- it's not. I'm...
The city will start with mobile vaccination sites at four Bronx schools on Friday and will expand to all five boroughs after that, according to de Blasio
The latest jobs report shows just how misguided their plans to cut unemployment benefits are.
With Maryland’s General Assembly session wrapped up, more potential candidates are coming out with news about their plans to run for an open seat for governor in 2022.
Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas, on Monday signed a bill into law banning vaccine passports in his state, among businesses or local authorities.
The JBS Plant in Greeley has agreed to pay up to $5.5 million to settle a discrimination lawsuit.
CARENCRO, La. (KLFY) -- Grace Breaux, 91, of Carencro, retired from Acadian Middle School on Tuesday. "I look forward to coming to work," she said. "I really do. Can you believe that? I really do." After 46 years, Breaux retired as a front office assistant at Acadian Middle. "I'm going to do water aerobics, 3 days [
(Updated 4:40 p.m. with reactions.) Releasing a previously withheld investigatory report, school officials revealed that the principal of a majority-minority school had used the “n-word” at least four times on two occasions with staffers, in addition to incidents involving “hysterical shouting” and “slamming on the desk.”
Carroll County continues to hit record low COVID-19 case numbers with only 10 new confirmed cases reported last week.
Baltimore police are investigating three homicides in the past two days as the department says two men were fatally shot since Sunday and another died after being stabbed during an assault, continuing a trend of fatal violence that’s seen 18 people killed in less than two weeks.
What would cities look like without so much traffic? Planners have often wondered. When COVID-19 took drivers off the road, the thought experiment became real. | Sun-Times Media Sun-Times Media
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The White House sought to raise awareness of the federal government's new expanded child tax credit, which will start paying out monthly to families with children who are 17 years old and younger.
Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird celebrate during the medal ceremony at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. | Tom Pennington/Getty Images
STREETSBORO, Ohio (WJW) -- A shocking moment, caught on car dashcam. In just seconds, what started as a girl's day out, became a near death situation for Kim Awada and her friend. "Just thankful to be alive. Honestly. And that my friend was not injured," Awada said of the experience. While taking the turnpike home last [
A sweltering Monday has turned unsettling, weather-wise. Severe thunderstorms are bringing strong, damaging winds and rain across the region.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — Three straight wins, seven goals and its top players with game time in their legs. For Belgium, the group stage at the European Championship could hardly have gone better.