Idaho governor signs bill to ban critical race theory from being taught in schools
Video game pioneer Jerry Lawson remembered with USC endowment, supported by Take-Two
USC Games has announced an endowment named for Jerry Lawson, the Black engineer who created the first console to store video games on cartridges.
Trump ban decision shows Facebook can't use board as scapegoat
The social network will have to decide how long Trump stays suspended from its platform.
Here’s just how much people have stopped talking about Trump on Facebook and Twitter
Trump used to be everywhere on social media. Now he’s nowhere.
U.S. Eviction Moratorium Reinstated While Judge Considers Case
A U.S. judge’s decision blocking a nationwide moratorium on evictions should be put off while it’s appealed because the ruling threatens to worsen the spread of Covid-19, the U.S. government said.
A California school district made a support group for white students to discuss how the Derek Chauvin
On April 20, Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, was convicted murdering George Floyd, a Black resident of Minneapolis, in May 2020.
China can't stop talking about the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce
The divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates has sent shockwaves through China, where the Microsoft co-founder has achieved a level of fame unlike almost any other Western entrepreneur.
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DOJ Appeals Federal Judge's Eviction Moratorium Ruling That Could Put 4 Million at Risk
Authorities arrest man accused of stealing 100 vials of COVID-19 vaccine
CDC director: Vaccinated adolescents can remove masks outdoors at summer camps
A 7-foot-long, 240-pound sturgeon has been caught in Michigan. Scientists believe she's more than 100 years old.
Broadway Is Reopening. But Not Until September.
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Hunger-striking Thai protest leader granted bail
Battle over tax hikes muddies the GOP's post-Trump push to be the party of the working class
German 'dead fraudster' exposed by pet poodle
FOUR distinct species of giraffe, not one, identified by scientists
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley asks, ‘Where are the black generals?’
Laura Lentz, wife of former Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz, breaks silence
NYC mayoral candidate Shaun Donovan promises to decriminalize...