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Sanders Touts Reconciliation Bill With Universal Pre-K and Guaranteed Sick Leave
In a new op-ed, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) touted the Democrats' $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to act on the climate crisis, reform the tax code, and provide support for a struggling working class.
'It's too complicated': Joint Chiefs chairman ducks questions on 'white rage' and Capitol riot
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark A. Milley dodged questions Wednesday over "white rage" and the role it may have played in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, telling reporters that the complex issue can't be easily explained in a matter of minutes.
Smash Hit Chinese-American Takeout Lucky Danger Expands to Arlington
Of all the new restaurant concepts and ghost kitchens born in the pandemic, Lucky Danger has been, well, pretty lucky.
Texas Passes Bill to Remove Required Lessons on Civil Rights from Public Schools
The Texas Senate has passed a bill that would no longer require readings about civil rights and women's suffrage to be included in the public school curriculum.
Cardona retreats from making critical race theory part of new school grants
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Friday backed off from his proposal to create a new grant that was seen as encouraging the teaching of critical race theory and the "1619 Project."
Emmett Till Funeral Site, Other Black Landmarks Share $3 Million Preservation Grant
The Roberts Temple in Chicago, where Emmett Till's funeral was held.
Sharon Robert Hayes The Chicago church that hosted Emmett Till's funeral.
Podcast: Eugenics in our own backyard
For a century, California sterilized women in its prisons and hospitals, often without their consent.
Democrats Propose $3.5 Trillion Budget to Advance With Infrastructure Deal
The measure, which would include money to address climate change, expand Medicare and fulfill other Democratic priorities, is intended to deliver on President Biden's economic proposal.
Menelik Shabazz obituary
The groundbreaking film director and activist Menelik Shabazz, who has died aged 67 of diabetes-related complications, produced a compelling body of work depicting the lives of black Britons, underlining their struggles with pervasive racism, and countering the often reductive narratives of the mainstream media.