Published: Sep 19, 2021
KABUL, Afghanistan - By the time the American apology arrived, the lives of the Ahmadi family were already upended. And being falsely accused by the U.S. military of ties to the Islamic State was not the worst part of the ordeal.
Published: Aug 26, 2021
After the murder of George Floyd ignited nationwide protests, corporate America acknowledged it could no longer stay silent and promised to take an active role in confronting systemic racism.
Published: May 04, 2021
A U.S. bankruptcy administrator asked a federal judge on Monday to dismiss the National Rifle Associations efforts to declare bankruptcy or appoint a trustee or examiner to oversee the gun rights organization - a setback for the group at the close of a federal court hearing to consider its petition.
Published: Apr 30, 2021
Members of the pro-democracy movement on Friday handed in a letter at the US Embassy in Bangkok to seek support from Washington for their fellow protesters in jail, especially Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak and Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul, who have gone on hunger strike.
Published: Apr 20, 2021
WASHINGTON - The morning that President Joe Biden introduced his jobs and infrastructure plan, senior White House officials briefed Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, and four other chief executives of the countrys biggest banks about the measure.
Published: Nov 19, 2020
Most everybody in town knows that Gladys Maull has been battered this year: Her father, her sister, an aunt, a great-aunt, all dead from covid-19. Maull keeps a sign on her front door: "Please do not come in my house due to covid-19. Thank you."
Published: Oct 24, 2020
America on Friday hit its highest daily number of coronavirus case since the pandemic began, recording at least 81,400 new infections and surpassing the previous record set during the summertime surge of cases across the Sun Belt.
Published: Sep 30, 2020
No one alive has ever seen a presidential debate like Tuesday night's unseemly shout fest between President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden - 90 minutes of invective, interruptions and personal insults. It was an insult to the public as well, and a sad example of the state of American democracy five weeks before the election.
Published: Jul 09, 2020
Health-care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are encountering shortages of masks, gowns, face shields and gloves - a frustrating recurrence of a struggle that haunted the first months of the crisis.