Catholic priests in the Philippines turn TikTok into virtual pulpit
White House may sanction Central American officials in bid to stem southern border migration
The United States will consider using sanctions and revoking visas from people involved in corruption in Northern Triangle countries as part of the White House's push to curb the surge of migrants at the southern border.
Biden may seek to raise taxes on rich to bankroll latest legislative relief effort
The president is expected to lay out the full proposal, which he calls the American Families Plan, in his address to Congress next week.
Oklahoma just passed a law providing protections to some drivers who hit protesters with a car
The legislation would also make obstructing the use of a public street or highway during a protest a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail.
Nicole Marie Poole Franklin pleads guilty to hate crime charges after police say she ran over an Iowa
Nicole Marie Poole Franklin was involved in three separate racist incidents.
Southeast Asia Clamps Down on Ramadan on Risk of Covid Surge
Southeast Asia’s biggest predominantly Muslim nations are tightening movement restrictions to avert a surge in Covid-19 infections around the Ramadan holidays.
Josh Hawley Only Senator to Vote Against COVID Hate Crimes Bill Against Asian Americans
In an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, the Senate voted 94 to 1 to pass the COVID Hate Crimes Act on Thursday.
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Democrats fear GOP targeting racial justice protests
North Carolina man accused of fraudulently obtaining $1.5M in PPP loans
"Michael Scott levels of cringe": Andrew Yang angers LGBTQ group at New York campaign stop
77 inmates at Iowa prison given overdoses of COVID-19 vaccine, officials say
Parents sue father accused of hiding Kristin Smart's body
Andrew Brown Jr. was unarmed and fleeing when fatally shot by North Carolina police, family attorney says
Dad Pulls Biracial Daughter Out of School After Classmate and School Employee Cut Her Hair
Kevin McCarthy’s Gamble on a “Big Tent” GOP
House passes bill to make DC the 51st state, obstacles remain in the Senate
Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial Delay Requests Have Caused ‘Significant’ and ‘Enormous’ Stress for Victims, Feds Tell Judge
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Anti-Asian hate crimes bill passes Senate with bipartisan...