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Oct 20 2022
Heritage Foundation Releases 2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength, Gives U.S. Military First-Ever ‘Weak’ Overall Rating
For the first time, The Heritage Foundation’s Index of U.S. Military Strength finds that as currently postured, the U.S. military is rated “weak” and at significant risk of not being able to meet the demands of a single major regional conflict while attending to various presence and engagement activities.
Heritage released the 2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength on Tuesday. The releaseThe Heritage Foundation
Aug 10 2017
Flanked by Republican Sens. Tom Cotton and David Perdue, President Trump unveiled the RAISE Act on Wednesday, an immigration bill that aims to drastically limit legal immigration. Soon after the press conference, the Anne Frank Center slammed Trump's RAISE Act in a fierce statement likening it to an "ethnic purity test that harkens [sic] to the darkest chapters of world history."Bustle
Apr 20 2020
Data on the ethnicity of COVID-19 Medicare patients will likely be released in early May after federal officials analyze claims from the first month of cases, the head of Medicare and Medicaid told reporters Monday.
National attention on racial disparities in the coronavirus outbreak has intensified as states report increased infection rates among African Americans and other minoritiesRoll Call
Aug 22 2023
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Officials from the Biden administration are visiting Alaska to announce a new round of federal funding that will benefit the state, including nearly $100 million to connect numerous rural communities to reliable, high-speed internet. Alaska Rep. Mary Peltola, D-Alaska, along with Senior Advisor to the President and White House Infrastructure Coordinator MitchAlaska's News Source KTUU/KYES
Aug 25 2023
Minnesota state and tribal leaders met with members of the Environment Protection Agency In Shakopee on Wednesday to discuss how they aim to use $4 million in pollution reduction grants.
In part due to the Inflation Reduction Act -- as well as aggressive investment from the Biden-Harris Administration -- the EPA is now offering federal Climate Pollution Reduction Grants to states. TheCBS News (Online)
Aug 21 2023
A Texas county attorney is opening up on her decision to leave the Democrat Party and fears she would be called a "traitor" due to her Hispanic heritage. Kleberg County, Texas Attorney Kira Talip Sanchez joined "Fox & Friends" Monday after announcing she was switching to the Republican Party, citing the border crisis as a key issue in her decision. "In recent years, I feel like my formerFox News (Online News)
Jul 26 2015
President Obama spoke out Sunday about corruption, ethnic divisions, terrorism and human rights in a rousing televised speech on his last day in Kenya, his father's homeland.
Speaking to thousands at the Kasarani National Stadium, Obama encouraged Kenyans to “choose the path to progress” by fighting corruption and terrorism and by treating women and girls as equal citizens.USA TODAY
Aug 25 2023
Americans are divided on whether society overlooks racial discrimination or sees it where it doesn’t exist
Ahead of the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Black Americans’ civil rights, we asked U.S. adults what they think is the bigger problem when it comes to racial discrimination in the country today.
53% say people not seeing racial discrimination where it really does exist is the bigger problem.
45% point to people seeing racial discrimination where it really doesn’tPew Research Center
Aug 18 2023
HARFORD COUNTY -- Police were visible along the Ma & Pa Heritage Trail in Harford County on Friday and said they will be there until they catch Rachel Morin's killer. Morin's body was found along the trail almost two weeks ago. There was a major break came in the case on Thursday evening. That's when the Harford County Sheriff's Office released a video of a possible suspect. InvestigatorsCBS News (Online)
Jun 16 2015
Rachel Dolezal, the embattled former NAACP leader whose white parents say she misrepresented her identity by masquerading as a black woman for years, told the “Today” show on Tuesday that, despite the criticisms, she identifies as black.HuffPost