YAVNE, Israel (AP) – For thousands of older Israelis like Sara Weinsten, being housebound alone during the country’s second nationwide lockdown is difficult and depressing. “Loneliness brings back the past, and it’s hard,” said Weinsten, an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor who lives in the central Israeli […]
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – A database published by the Maine Forest Service shows that the state has more than 600 kinds of spiders. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry said the state’s spider checklist is the result of 14 years of work and […]
We know his rhetoric has been described as boundary-breaking when it comes to race. But U.S. presidents have been enacting racist policies forever. So as President Trump wraps up his first (and maybe only) term in office, we’re asking: In terms of racism, how does […]
LONDON (AP) – Four years after Donald Trump’s election reframed how many nations interacted with the United States, the way that the world’s foremost superpower moves forward after its presidential election stands to impact many geopolitical pressure points – whether the victor turns out to […]
U.S. Border Patrol agents in Texas, with the help of local law enforcement, arrested nearly 300 suspected illegal immigrants in a span of 18 hours last week, according to authorities.
Thomas Edison perfects a workable electric light at his lab in New Jersey. President Richard Nixon nominates Lewis F. Powell and William H. Rehnquist to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Pomona Police Department has announced the retirement of K-9 Officer Sarge, a 7-year-old Belgian Malinois. Sarge will live with his trainer, Cpl. Joe Hernandez.
San Francisco’s ‘CAREN Act,’ making racially biased 911 calls illegal, is one step closer to becoming a law
It may soon be illegal to make discriminatory, racially biased 911 calls in San Francisco. The “CAREN Act” (Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies) was introduced in July at a San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting by Supervisor Shamann Walton. The ordinance is one step closer […]
The top Senate Republican told colleagues that he had advised the White House against striking a pre-election deal with Democrats to deliver pandemic aid, fearing political repercussions.
A Los Angeles judge sentenced Luiz Fuentes to 78 years to life in prison.