Today is Bicycle Day, and the lieutenant governor of New York wants you to celebrate by going for a spin on the newly completed Empire State Trail, which honestly looks idyllic. #BicycleDay is a perfect opportunity to get outside and enjoy the recently completed 750-mile Empire State Trail connecting New York City to Canada and [
President Biden agreed with Sen. Tim Scott’s (R-S.C.) claim that America is not a racist country, but said that a legacy of Jim Crow laws and slavery have left Black Americans lagging in opportunity.
‘Feeling comfort is crucial to being happy in life’
Since the onset of the pandemic, Congress has been spending more money than ever. The pandemic hit when it was already projected that in fiscal 2020 the federal budget deficit would once again top $1 trillion. On October 16, however, USA Facts report
President Biden said Thursday that he doesn’t think the American people are racist but that the United States’ history with racial oppression shouldn’t be swept under the rug. “No, I don’t think the American people are racist,” Mr. Biden told NBC News. “But I think after 400 years, African-Americans have
We truly were robbed by not having another The Road to El Dorado film.
Just 12 individuals and couples provided $1 out of every $13 spent to influence congressional and presidential races in the last six elections, according an analysis released Tuesday by a Washington watchdog group.
David Samson discusses the Yankees struggles
A new reality check is coming unless the west replicates its ‘whatever-it-takes approach’ to help poorer countries cope
"There is no crisis. There is no health care crisis. Thanks to Trump, there is no COVID crisis," Larry Kudlow, a Fox Business Network host and the former National Economic Council director, told Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle."
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Louisiana House on Thursday overwhelmingly backed a $36.4 billion operating budget for next year, packed with pay raises for teachers, college professors and corrections workers as the state faces few of the financial woes of prior years amid an influx of federal coronavirus aid. Beyond next year’s budget, lawmakers [
Op-ed: We need to help Pennsylvania schools make the best possible choices about how to spend $7 billion in federal aid.