In the year since Louisville police killed Breonna Taylor in an overnight drug raid, the Democratic-led US House of Representatives has passed a bill overhauling policing, twice.
A tent camp in Matamoros, Mexico, where hundreds of migrants stayed in deplorable conditions after being subject to a Trump-era policy requiring they stay in Mexico until their immigration court date in the US, has been drawn down, a Department of Homeland Security spokesperson told CNN.
NBA star LeBron James is joining the fight against Republican-led bills aimed at restricting voting access, releasing a new ad campaign with his organization, More Than A Vote, called “Protect Our Power.”
The Police Accountability Board in Rochester, New York, is calling for fundamental changes in the city’s police department after police said a Black mother was pepper-sprayed during an arrest, which body camera footage showed took place in front of her 3-year-old child.
The Democratic-led House on Wednesday approved HR 1, a sweeping government, ethics and election bill that, among other things, would counter state-level Republican efforts to restrict voting access.
Fox News follows the money and the Republican pary follows Fox News. Now, the network is setting the stage for what the next four years of the GOP might look like under the Biden administration.
• Trump wants top Republican fundraising organizations to stop using his likeness
Elon Musk’s net worth plunged last week as tech stocks got hammered and Tesla shares’ stunning rise quickly unraveled.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is selling the first-ever published tweet as an NFT, a kind of digital collector’s item.
As the pandemic drags on, big chains like Target and Nordstrom are looking for ways to keep consumers coming back to their stores.
The attorney for Charlotte Bennett, who is accusing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, sent a letter Friday to New York Attorney General Letitia James calling for all documents and notes of conversations related to her client’s complaint to be maintained “without alteration.”
At least six employees of CenterPoint Energy were transported to local hospitals Friday after what the company described as a “natural gas incident.”
A Black police officer in Florida was fired this week after footage from his body camera showed him using the N-word during a personal phone call and while making an arrest last November.
Though thousands are still under boil water advisories, about 5,000 water customers in Jackson, Mississippi, don’t any have service, a decline from earlier this week.
• Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren releases social media report on GOP colleagues who voted to overturn the election
Detroit’s Democratic mayor, Mike Duggan, caused a major headache for the White House and public health officials when he declined an allotment of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for his city, arguing that Detroiters would be better off for now with Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.
More help is coming soon for the millions of Americans struggling to afford high-speed internet at home, which has become essential for school, work and many other areas of life during the pandemic.
When Brittany Hall from upstate New York received her first Covid-19 vaccine after barely leaving home since last March, she pulled out her phone and took a selfie to mark the occasion. “I cried so hard the lady that helped me had to comfort me,” she said in a tweet along with the picture. “I can’t wait to hug my dad and my nieces.”