State leaders implemented sweeping measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Here's how changes in case numbers are affecting their reopening plans.
Men and women divide their time differently, but they're all caring for kids and fed up with TV stereotypes of bumbling, lazy or incompetent dads.
Late on Friday evening, Attorney General William Barr issued a press release indicating that Geoffrey Berman, the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York had resigned and was being replaced by Barr’s hand-picked alternative. “Finally, I thank Geoffrey Berman, who is stepping down after two-and-a-half years of service as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York,” Barr wrote. But an hour later, Berman produced his own statement. “I have not resigned, and have no...
From Robby Soave here at Reason:
The funniest narrative building this week is that President Trump’s reelection campaign is hoping to “shake up” its operation in light of a torrent of polls and news coverage that all indicate Trump is cruising toward a colossal defeat in November.
As anti-racism protests grip the nation, the citizens of the District of Columbia have endured a living nightmare under Donald Trump. Police attacked journalists with impunity; Washington, D.C. protesters were labeled as “terrorists” by the president; and unmarked, anonymous militias were unleashed on the people. Hundreds of soldiers from the 82nd Airborne, who serve as a presidential ceremonial unit, were issued bayonets and live ammunition for possible use against protesters in the district....
The Society for Human Resource Management has more than 300,000 members and is the largest global HR organization.
6/26/2003: Justice Kennedy writes the majority opinion in Lawrence v. Texas.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the New York City housing market to a halt, forcing real-estate professionals to adjust their strategies and schedules — and show properties remotely.
Colin Kaepernick, the former NFL quarterback turned activist, denounced America on Independence Day this year — but he had a completely different message when Barack Obama was president.
"We're In Your House. Let's Go." - Black Armed Protesters Challenge White Militia At Confederate Monument
Gail Harrison Welch has reportedly been an election commissioner in Mississippi for 20 years, in Jones County’s first district. This November’s historic elections will include votes cast on people like Mrs. Welch and her position as a commissioner. On Monday, Welch reportedly went to her social media account on Facebook and made quite the comment about getting out the vote—for white people. Her comment which was screenshot and passed around by many—a response to one of her friend’s posts—read:...
How We Got Here: The Global Economy's 75-Year Stumble To The Precipice
It is largely understood that throughout the United States, federal flood risk maps significantly understate the true extent of likely flooding in major storms. The Federal Emergency Management Agency draws up those flood maps for the purposes of determining which properties should be protected with flood insurance—banks are likely to require that coverage when lending to homeowners in designated high-risk zones—and so there is tremendous pressure to not designate properties as at risk, in order...
One person is dead and another is in critical condition after a car drove onto a closed highway in Seattle and plowed into two protesters early Saturday morning.
The coronavirus pandemic has made it even more difficult to manage chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure, diseases that disproportionately affect Black people
The reopening of pubs in England did not overwhelm emergency services as many had feared ahead of the biggest easing of Britain's coronavirus lockdown
Fleet Sales To Plunge 56% In June, Pressuring US Auto Market Further