- BusinessUSA TODAY
Ford CEO Jim Farley responds to tweet from Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
- SportsIn The Know
18-year-old banned from video game for life over messages sent to athlete: ‘This case was never about revenge’
EA Sports banned a gamer for life after he flooded a former soccer player's inbox with racist messages.
- U.S.Associated Press
While the Wyoming National Guard was sending more than 100 troops to Washington, D.C., to help with security around President Joe Biden's inauguration in January, Gov. Mark Gordon quietly mobilized dozens of Guard troops and others in case of violence at the state Capitol in Cheyenne. The all-but-undisclosed local deployment Jan. 15-21, specifics of which came to light Friday after an inquiry by The Associated Press, stood in stark contrast with the state's contribution to U.S. Capitol security praised by Gordon and other top Wyoming officials. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis and Rep. Liz Cheney, all Republicans — likewise have posed in photos with and lauded the Wyoming troops at the U.S. Capitol but not those working similar duty back home.
- U.S.The Root
A Florida School Decided to Confront Complaints of Racism...Until a Diversity Curriculum Caused 'Angst'
It’s called the “Caucasian Corollary.”
- HealthYahoo Life
Suitsupply has a history of shocking customers with its revealing commericials.
- LifestyleScary Mommy
I didn’t want children and never will. However, I didn’t say this to my husband or anyone besides my mother since childhood.
A Black nurse was discharged from the hospital with a life-threatening tear in her artery. Her doctor dismissed it as a migraine.
Ashanti Coleman's carotid artery was ruptured and 50% blocked, but she says her pain was ignored. Her experience is common among Black women.