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"We need strong, fierce, and determined allies to mobilize their privilege, to speak up when they see our communities being erased from the discussion," says one activist.
EXCLUSIVE: Growing up in the 60s, director Sam Pollard lived in a household that loved baseball, specifically the St. Louis Cardinals. It was that 1961 team that consisted of a large list of African-American players that stood out to Pollard, especially in a time when rosters that looked like this were very scarce across the […]
* With investors increasingly worried about inflation and after the U.S. Federal Reserve last week revealed its latest clues on tapering its asset purchases and hiking interest rates, the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield climbed as high as 1.567%, reaching a level last seen in mid-June. * As of Tuesday afternoon, half of S&P 500 stocks were down 10% or more, the definition of a correction, from their 52-week highs.
Josh Duggar, who is expecting his seventh child with Anna, has his wife's support ahead of trial in child porn case.
The UK has been grappling with fuel shortages for days, and shelves are emptying at supermarkets - but the driver shortage that is causing this is also a problem across Europe.View on euronews
Jon Jones was charged with battery domestic violence and injuring and tampering with a vehicle.
Eli Manning went viral for putting up the middle finger of both his hands during his Monday Night Football broadcast
During Monday night's Voice Blind Auditions, contestant Holly Forbes got a coveted four-chair turn from the coaches
In sworn testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, top generals said Tuesday that they recommended keeping around 2,500 U.S. troops on the ground in Afghanistan.
The Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met the star and other cast members of No Time To Die.
"The High Representative noted that while disagreements still persisted, the EU and China needed to continue engaging intensively in a number of important areas," the EU said, adding Borrell underscored the inclusive and cooperative character of Europe's Indo-Pacific strategy. The EU is taking a softer stance on China, one of its most important trade partners, than the United States which has struck a new security deal (AUKUS) with Britain and Australia that is widely seen as designed to counter China's growing assertiveness in the Pacific.
There have been boos in Oklahoma and frustration in Iowa. Much of the quarterback play in the Big 12 so far this season is not what anyone expected. Oklahoma’s Spencer Rattler, the preseason first-team Associated Press All-American, is undefeated with the No. 6 Sooners but is struggling to find last season's form on a floundering offense.
Noah Syndergaard is scheduled to pitch Tuesday night for the New York Mets, returning to a major league mound for the first time in two years and completing his long comeback from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander was reinstated from the 60-day injured list and will start the second game of a single-admission doubleheader against the Miami Marlins at Citi Field. The skidding Mets announced the move about 2 1/2 hours before the first game.
Finally! A pair of pants that combines the look of jeans with the feel of joggers.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Billie Eilish, and Finneas O’Connell also in attendance
The Harder They Fall is available to stream on Netflix Nov. 3
Activision Blizzard, the video game maker facing growing legal problems stemming from allegations of a toxic workplace culture, has settled with U.S. workplace discrimination regulators. The agency had filed suit earlier in the day in federal court in California, the culmination of a nearly three-year investigation. The agency said Activision failed to take effective action after employees complained about sexual harassment, discriminated against employees who were pregnant and retaliated against employees who spoke out, including firing them.
On Tuesday, White House pandemic response coordinator Jeff Zients cited new findings from the Kaiser Family Foundation that showed vaccination rate gaps were closing among ethnic groups: 71 percent of white Americans, 70 percent of African Americans and 73 percent of Latinos have all received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
If Congress passes President Biden’s ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, he will go down in history as the nation’s first leader to usher in a transformative climate change agenda. But with the scope of the federal budget in limbo, should those measures be cut from the final package, the U.S. will, once again, come up short on helping to avert climate change catastrophe, according to environmentalists. “The urgency couldn't be greater,” Matthew Davis, vice-president of civic engagement at the League of Conservation Voters, told Yahoo News. “We need to get our emissions cuts on track to go down by 50 percent by the end of this decade, or we will see more summers like this one, in which one in three Americans experienced a climate-related natural disaster.”
"I have to have him back," Jeremiah McCarty said of his missing son, Jacob McCarty