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After calls for more targeted aid, President Biden is on board with lower thresholds for upcoming stimulus eligibility.
‘This is the country we serve and defend. These are the people we fight for’
Demonstrators forced out of the way amid screams of ‘oh my god’
Conservatives argue that a Minneapolis jury was intimidated into finding Chauvin guilty
One victim was found in the front passenger seat and the other was in the back after the accident in Texas.
He was on the Minneapolis police force for nearly 20 years and had previously documented incidents of using force with arrestees
‘US should not strike an agreement with federal government because it won’t be fulfilled’ São Paulo governor says
A retired police veteran, a Minnesota resident and a black political hopeful share their thoughts.
The U.S. economy is going to temporarily see "a little higher" inflation this year as the recovery strengthens and supply constraints push up prices in some sectors, but the Federal Reserve is committed to limiting any overshoot, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said in an April 8 letter to Senator Rick Scott. "We do not seek inflation that substantially exceeds 2 percent, nor do we seek inflation above 2 percent for a prolonged period," Powell said in a five-page response to a March 24 letter in which the Florida Republican raised concerns about rising inflation and the U.S. central bank's bond-buying program. Those modifiers - "substantially" exceeding 2% inflation or above that level for a "prolonged" period - help to more sharply define the upper bounds of the Fed's comfort zone as prices rise.
Authorities allege Stephen Chase Randolph assaulted a Capitol police officer
Jury comes to its decision following high-profile trial
Inkblots produce random, alien-like shapes with no logic to them. The same is true of gerrymandered congressional districts, report Richard Hall and Charlotte Hodges.
Force releases body camera footage showing moment teenager was killed
Jen Psaki says killing of 16 year old ‘came just as America was hopeful for a step forward’ after Chauvin guilty verdict
Police in America have killed at least 319 people in 2021, writes Andrew Buncombe, including a teenager in Ohio
Here’s what they had to say about Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict.
The federal mask mandate on planes is due to expire May 11. Airlines have required masks for nearly a year but the order has helped them enforce it.
Representatives of 22 countries from Latin America and Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, in their first, mostly virtual meeting since the pandemic started, called for more equitable access to coronavirus vaccines and flexible funding for their economic recovery. Frictions emerged over the participation of Venezuela's government in the Iberoamerican Summit hosted Wednesday by the tiny mountainous nation of Andorra, which lies between Spain and France in the Pyrenees mountain range. Many of the leaders were critical of global mechanisms for vaccine distribution that have brought to the Latin American region of 640 million just about 8% of the doses distributed across the world, most of them to a handful of countries.
Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation leading investigation into fatal police shooting
Robert Schmitt follows Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson in attacking jury’s guilty verdict
A Columbus police officer fatally shot 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant Tuesday. She was the fifth Black child killed by Columbus police in five years.