A series of extreme events helps makes Biden's point about upgrading infrastructure.
New Haven Independent
“We having a barbecue, throw some meat on the grill!” Khadijah Middlebrooks proclaimed to her toddler, Lex, while picking up packs of frozen turkey, beef, and pork at one of two new weekly events aimed at tackling increasing food insecurity in Hamden.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Several states scaled back their reporting of COVID-19 statistics this month just as cases across the country started to skyrocket, depriving the public of real-time information on outbreaks, cases, hospitalizations and deaths in their communities.
Just two months ago, less than 5% of all Canadians were fully vaccinated against Covid-19. At the same time, about 40% of Americans were. Today, a little less than 50% of Americans are fully vaccinated, while a little more than 50% of Canadians are.
Athletes on the U.S. swimming team chanted first lady Jill Biden's name as she sat in attendance for their competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday.
Real estate holdings published for first time show it owns 4,051 properties in Italy, 1,120 abroad
In some alternate universe, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg retired during the Obama presidency and Democrats were able to push through a successor to the conservative Justice Antonin Scalia.
The Biden administration is debating a series of steps to further contain the Covid-19 pandemic, which, after 18 months, is again surging in parts of the country where vaccination rates are low.
Researchers are digging into Central Bank Digital Currencies and what a CBDC could look like in the U.S.
‘We just have to keep making the case just as the Republican Party today offers nothing but fear, lies and broken promises,’ says President Biden in speech
Team USA athletes suffered multiple upset losses in the first official day of competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, the first time in decades the U.S.
Inside Green Bank, West Virginia, the most silent place in America, where 8,000 residents aren’t allowed to use cellphones or Wi-Fi.
Youngkin went all-in on the culture war and Trump’s “Big Lie” in the primary. Now he worries it will cost him votes.
ICHINOMIYA, Japan (AP) — Olympic surfing’s debut is making clear that these wave riders are unsung masters of science -- in climatology, meteorology and oceanography to be exact. Serious wave chasers are by default atmospheric science junkies because there are few, if any, sports that are both dependent on an uncontrollable variable — the weather — and defined by a literal uneven playing field — the ocean.