The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee was best known for its sit-ins against segregation in the Deep South. But in the summer of 1967, the civil rights group used its newsletter to weigh in on a different topic.
In an article headlined “The Palestine Problem,” the group wrote: “Do you know that Zionism, which is a world-wide ...Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — On a recent November evening, Angie Phoenix waited at a pharmacy here in Colorado’s second-largest city to pick up prescription drugs to treat her high blood pressure and arm seizures.
But this transaction was different from typical exchanges that occur every day at thousands of pharmacies across the United States....Read more
Esperanza Mendez worries she may be dying, though she doesn’t say it out loud to her two young children.
There is a cyst on her neck, which she said feels like it’s putting pressure on her brain and causing pain in her head. The lump has been growing for three years, and now her whole body aches, especially her arms and legs. She has ...Read more
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — A Californian suddenly transported to this South Texas town on a Sunday morning, just in time for the service at the Tree of Life evangelical church, might be hard-pressed to know she wasn’t in California anymore.
California has more megachurches than any other state, so the nature of the congregation wouldn’t ...Read more
Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court stripped federal oversight from millions of acres of wetlands long protected under the Clean Water Act. Now, erecting safeguards to ensure those waters are not polluted, drained or filled in by developers falls to the states.
They’re finding that it’s not easy.
“States and tribes already didn...Read more
Maybe you’ve heard about the ascendant restaurant scene in Puerto Rico. Most people haven’t: The island is still principally known as a highly convenient place for sun and beaches, with no passport required for U.S. citizens, and the food scene is often relegated to what’s convenient to cruise ship ports.
If you didn’t know, Puerto ...Read more
Former President Donald Trump said he will not testify in his New York civil fraud trial on Monday, back-tracking on a statement last week in which he said he would be taking the stand in his defense case.
Trump said in a post on Sunday that he had “nothing more to say” after his testimony in early November, calling the case a “witch hunt...Read more
A U.S. F-16 fighter appears to have crashed into Yellow Sea waters off the coast of South Korea, stoking safety concerns after eight U.S. airmen were killed last month in the crash of an Osprey aircraft near a Japanese island.
The F-16 crashed into the sea Monday after taking off at about 9 a.m. from Gunsan, some 180 kilometers (110 miles) ...Read more
Raphael Nissel and his wife were walking to their Beverly Hills synagogue on Saturday morning when a man struck Nissel's head from behind with a belt buckle.
Nissel, who wore a yarmulke, was left dazed and bloodied by the attack.
"My wife told me, 'Watch out!'" Nissel, 75, told The Times on Sunday. "All of a sudden, something hard hit my ...Read more
Anna Cardwell, a former reality TV star who appeared along with her family on TLC's "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" and "Toddlers & Tiaras," has died. She was 29.
Her mother, June Shannon, known as "Mama June," announced on social media that her eldest daughter had died on Saturday.
"With the breaking heart, we are announcing that @annamarie35 [...Read more
Jewish community members and the Jewish Federation of the Bluegrass welcomed Gov. Andy Beshear to Lexington’s Triangle Park Sunday night to light the fourth candle of the menorah in a public Hanukkah celebration.
The Jewish community gathered downtown Sunday to celebrate Hanukkah and to bring attention to rising antisemitism amid the ongoing ...Read more
For years, Sommer Nolette has taken an Uber every week to a methadone clinic in Washington, Pa., often heading there before sunrise to make it to her job by 8:30 a.m. She estimates a monthly expense of $80 in commuting fees to secure the drug that has kept her heroin-free for seven years.
That expenditure of time and money in seeking methadone...Read more
As far back as 9,000 years ago, the Acjachemen and Tongva people hunted, fished and foraged for nuts and berries at Bolsa Chica Mesa. This is where they gathered herbs for medicines and held prayer ceremonies. Here, on a raised landmass that overlooks the Pacific Ocean, is where they buried their dead.
Today, descendants of those original ...Read more
By the time Sheriff Robert Luna ousted his predecessor and became L.A. County's top cop in late 2022, the nation's largest sheriff's department was awash in controversy.
The half-century-old problem of deputy gangs had brought the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department under increasing national scrutiny. Jail conditions were becoming ...Read more
Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy is headed to Washington for talks with President Joe Biden and U.S. congressional leaders, signaling a push to energize support among his country’s allies almost two years into Russia’s invasion.
With Biden’s request for further military assistance to Kyiv stalled in Congress, the Ukrainian president will ...Read more
A recent lawsuit by TV and theater workers exposes a conflict between Georgia’s new voting law and a federal requirement allowing more time to request absentee ballots.
Georgia’s election law has mostly survived court challenges in the 2 1/2 years since Republican legislators passed limitations on mail-in voting following Donald Trump’s ...Read more
HOUSTON — The apartment complex where Teresa Eddins now lives is so quiet that “you can hear a pin drop” at night, she says — a stark contrast to the constant noise she withstood while living beneath a bridge two years ago.
She was one of the first people who moved into a former hotel in Houston that served as a center to help homeless ...Read more
NEW YORK — City Hall has taken steps to help migrants leave New York City by offering them free fare to anywhere in the country or world and made life tougher by limiting shelter stays. Wait times to get a bed can stretch as long as a week.
Some migrants have had enough. Their city of dreams has become a nightmare.
With winter coming, many ...Read more
SpaceX held off a Sunday night attempt to send up its fifth Falcon Heavy launch of the year, delayed it for a day and now aims for Monday night.
Flying for only the ninth time ever, the Falcon Heavy is slated to lift off from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A during a 10-minute window that opens at 8:14 p.m. A backup during the same ...Read more
In March 2018, the director of the Rocky Mountain Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center at the Aurora Veteran Affairs hospital walked into the office of one of her employees.
Dr. Lisa Brenner, one the nation’s leading clinical research psychologists in suicidology, went over to a Black employee and grabbed a handful of the ...Read more
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