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Sep 10 2023
Gun Violence Creates Public Health Emergency in Albuquerque; Governor Temporarily Restricts Carrying Guns in Public
On Wednesday night, a road-rage shooting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, killed an eleven-year-old boy and gravely wounded a 20-something relative: Police Chief Harold Medina said in a news conference Thursday morning a family leaving the stadium after a baseball game became involved in an altercation with people riding in another vehicle over a traffic infraction, such as an improper U-turn, justDakota Free Press
May 09 2023
Fans have praised Kate Middleton and daughter Princess Charlotte for their royal curtsies during the coronation concert for the newly crowned King Charles III on Sunday. Kate, Britain's Princess of Wales, and Charlotte attended the concert—which was held on the grounds of Windsor Castle—alongside Prince George and Prince William, as well as members of the extended royal family. Upon theNewsweek
Sep 14 2023
One of the worst mistakes political movements can make, at least in a constitutional republic, is the error of overkill. In that light, it would be monumentally stupid for House Republicans to rush into an impeachment inquiry regarding President Joe Biden.
To be clear, the mistake would be of both substance and politics. The former ought to be more important, but it is the latterWashington Examiner
Sep 09 2023
Rescue workers were frantically trying to locate survivors of a powerful earthquake in central Morocco Saturday, as the death toll passed 1,300 and international search teams waited for local authorities to give the green light to deploy. Are you on Telegram? Subscribe to our channel for the latest updates on Russia’s war in Ukraine. The 6.8 magnitude quake struck in the Atlas Mountains at 11:Washington Post
Aug 31 2021
Two years after a ProPublica investigation, the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services still is not complying with a federal court order to better serve Spanish-speaking families.
Early last year, the Cook County public guardian grew worried that Illinois’ child welfare agency once again was failing the Spanish-speaking families whose children were in its care.
Sep 09 2023
The search for survivors continues in Morocco after a magnitude 6.8 earthquake. The United Nations is in close contact with authorities to support assessment and response. Families in several cities in Morocco rushed out of their homes and into the streets after a powerful earthquake struck at 11:11 p.m. on Sept. 8, 2023. A 4.9 magnitude aftershock followed 19 minutes later; several more haveForbes
Feb 01 2021
Monday marks the start of Black History Month, a time to reflect on the contributions African Americans have made to the U.S. while recognizing that the fight for racial justice continues.
The theme of Black History Month this year is "The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity."
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) chose theFox News (Online News)
Sep 14 2023
When I met Mitt Romney, we were aboard a six-seater chartered jet headed for Iowa. It was 2007, and he was a former Massachusetts governor embarking on a bid for the presidency.
What was on his mind that morning was a four-decade-old letter he had come across the day before as he was searching through family mementos for old photos that his campaign had requested. The letter was fromKaren Tumulty
Jan 17 2022
The nation’s capital will mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a march for voting rights led by the late civil rights leader’s family, as congressional Democrats vow to press ahead on voting-rights legislation despite its expected failure.
The leaders of the march are urging people to call on Congress to enact changes to elections law nationwide in lieu of celebrations on the federalWall Street Journal (News)
Aug 10 2023
Fire crews on the Hawaiian island of Maui were working late Wednesday to contain wind-whipped wildfires that had killed at least six people, burned much of a former royal capital and thrown the island into what the county government called “a time of crisis.” At least three wildfires have been raging on Maui since Tuesday, some of them so intense that at least a dozen people escaped them byNew York Times (News)