WASHINGTON -- The eruptions of violence at protests of police brutality in recent days have rekindled congressional efforts to end the practice of giving surplus military gear to law enforcement agencies.
The program, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The coronavirus left Grainger Rickenbaker, a 21-year-old Drexel University student and hockey goalie, without in-person lectures, seminars or labs as the school switched to remote learning.
So he sued.
PHILADELPHIA -- Before Philadelphia shut down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Ed had a routine: Most mornings he would head to a nearby McDonald's to brush his teeth, wash his face and -- when he had the money -- ...Read more
"The Hunt": Director Craig Zobel's horror thriller following a group of "elites" hunting down "deplorables" has been cursed with bad timing. It was originally slated for theatrical release in September 2019, but Universal ...Read more
The first exchange in the brilliant, brutal "Shirley" is telling about what's to come. A young woman, Rose (Odessa Young), finishes reading a short story ("The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson) and recounts the tale to her ...Read more
To capture the speed and audacity of its plan to field a coronavirus vaccine, the Trump administration reached into science fiction's vault for an inspiring moniker: Operation Warp Speed.
The vaccine initiative's name ...Read more
It was a cascade of solidarity messages from some of the biggest players in entertainment and tech.
Netflix, CBS and Amazon were among those that took to social media and sent heartfelt messages to employees this weekend ...Read more
Seattle-area corporate giants lined up to decry racially motivated violence as protests denouncing police brutality against Black Americans have swept through the Seattle area and across the nation in the last week.
As ...Read more
Many viewers across the country won't be familiar with Joe Donlon, Marni Hughes and Rob Nelson, the lead anchor team of cable network WGN America's new national newscast "News Nation" set to debut Sept. 1.
But WGN America...Read more
BALTIMORE -- The entire day of protest in Baltimore had been peaceful. As other cities burned for days, thousands in a city everyone expected to blow up again were rallying against police brutality and racism in ...Read more
It has been a terrible, traumatic and terrifying week for America. An outcry, and an uprising, has erupted across the country in response to the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers, and police forces ...Read more
DETROIT -- When 16-year-old Stefan Perez exited a Michigan Route No. 2 city bus and walked to Detroit Police Department Headquarters, joining the protesters marching through the city, he did not expect to become a leader. ...Read more
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Protesters returned to downtown Lexington for the fourth night in a row Monday, demonstrating against police violence as similar protests continue to unfold across the nation.
The protests followed three...Read more
The novel coronavirus pandemic could have a new side effect: more bank robberies.
That's the argument from the new acting Comptroller of the Currency, Brian Brooks, in a letter he sent to multiple local and state ...Read more
ST. LOUIS -- Four police officers were shot in downtown St. Louis early Tuesday, as a day of peaceful protests turned into a violent and destructive night in the city.
Early in the day, hundreds of people gathered across ...Read more
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