What’s in an appropriation? A bouquet for the flower industry
Ten years later, Dr. King's memorial still has lessons for our nation
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the MLK Memorial, including with an Oct. 21 ceremony at the site.
No boat, no problem: Indian bride and groom sail to flood-hit wedding in cooking pot
“This turned out to be a wedding I didn’t expect at all,” according to the bride.
Whataburger Filled With Fumes After Driver Rolls Coal Into It in Viral Video
"Coal rolling" sees diesel trucks release clouds of unhealthy black smoke but drivers often find legal loopholes.
'Big, big shifts': How Biden's civil rights pros have reoriented the Justice Department
The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division has launched several major investigations under President Joe Biden, an aggressive start after years of neglect during the Trump-era.
Biden on the road, COVID-19 booster shots, Netflix walkout: 5 things to know Wednesday
Biden heads to Pennsylvania to push his economic agenda, the FDA may approve mixing and matching booster shots and more news to start your Wednesday.
Queen Elizabeth ‘Reluctantly’ Accepts Doctors Orders to Rest: Buckingham Palace
The Daily Beast
Putin will not attend COP26 climate summit
NYC to announce vaccine mandate for municipal workers: Source
Italy’s Covid-19 Vaccine Pass Highlights Challenges for U.S. and Others
The Wall Street Journal.
American Action Network drops $4.5M in ads attacking Democrats on reconciliation bill
Queen accepts medical advice to rest, cancels N Ireland trip
Abcarian: If you can't save money, time and the planet with Uber and Lyft, then what is the point?
The LA Times
Ties that bind: Joe Manchin’s steady stream of support from oil, gas and coal
Blinken promises US shift from military focus in Latin America
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TV prices are the highest they've been in at least nine years
The Trump administration tried to send 250,000 troops to secure the US border with Mexico, but the Pentagon shut it down, report says