Chaotic and often violent protests against racial injustice have topped the headlines for days, but lost in the shouting are the voices of many Black Portland residents themselves — and their feelings about the unrest are nuanced and diverse.
Benjamin Ruxin, a Stanford University graduate student who heads the campaign, said the coronavirus pandemic underscores the importance of ensuring everyone can vote and help shape healthcare policy for the challenging times ahead.
By: Colleen Slevin and Thomas Peipert | Associated Press| Reading Time 2 min 34 sec DENVER (AP) — Prosecutors are investigating whether suburban Denver police officers should face criminal charges for putting […]
By: Kate Stafford | Associated Press| Reading Time 2 minutes 49 seconds DETROIT (AP) — Joe Biden’s Democratic presidential campaign has launched a new national ad focused on Black Americans, urging them […]
“The book’s over-the-top enthusiasm for U.S. President Donald Trump’s sketchy economic agenda is not likely to convince anyone not already sporting a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat,” wrote N. Gregory Mankiw, now a professor of economics at Harvard University.
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — A server at a University of Oklahoma campus restaurant is suing a former top OU administrator, alleging the man groped and kissed him inappropriately on several occasions. Twenty-four-year-old […]
PARIS (AP) — A massive fire engulfed the roof of Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of the French capital Monday, toppling its spire and sending thick plumes of smoke high into […]