Justice Department Scrutinizing Voting Laws to Determine if They Discriminate Against Voters of Color

10 days ago   |   By Newsweek

"There are many things that are open to debate in America, but the right of all eligible citizens to vote is not one of them," said Attorney General Merrick Garland.
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Former Penn State, current Raiders player Carl Nassib becomes 1st active NFL...

Former Penn State, current Raiders player Carl Nassib becomes 1st active NFL player who is openly gay

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Carl Nassib of Las Vegas Raiders becomes first active NFL player to announce...

Carl Nassib of Las Vegas Raiders becomes first active NFL player to announce he is gay

Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman with the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league history to announce he is gay. Read more ...

COVID-19 deaths in the US dip below 300 a day, first time since March 2020

COVID-19 deaths in the US dip below 300 a day, first time since March 2020

COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. dipped to the lowest they've been since March 2020 and number of fully vaccinated crossed 150 million. Read more ...

Umps check under Jacob deGrom's belt for sticky substance under new MLB rule

Umps check under Jacob deGrom's belt for sticky substance under new MLB rule

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Professor Edward Ward ID'd As Victim Of ‘Random' St. Cloud Shooting

Professor Edward Ward ID'd As Victim Of ‘Random' St. Cloud Shooting

MINNEAPOLIS - St. Cloud police say the shooting death of a college professor was a random act. Officers were called to the 2600 block of Island View Drive early Sunday morning... Read more ...

Many Parts of the U.S. Needed Persuading to Get Vaccinated. Not South Texas

In the Rio Grande Valley, it is people's exposure to death and disease, not offers of free beer or million-dollar prizes, that is driving vaccine rates higher. Read more ...

'Chaos' on Water Street: Residents, businesses concerned about violence

'Chaos' on Water Street: Residents, businesses concerned about violence

For the past two weekends, there has been crowd chaos on downtown Milwaukee's North Water Street. Read more ...

Before they were the Atlanta Hawks, the team called Milwaukee home

Before they were the Atlanta Hawks, the team called Milwaukee home

The Hawks have a link to Milwaukee sports history that perhaps only longtime Milwaukeeans might know. Read more ...

Feinstein Doubles Down On Saying Democracy Isn't In Jeopardy Ahead Of...

‘I don't think it, no,' Feinstein said, shortly after her office put out a statement alleging GOP voting restrictions ‘undermine our democracy.' Read more ...

‘Progressive' Maya Wiley is anything but

‘Progressive' Maya Wiley is anything but

When Al Sharpton faults you for your work on diversity, you know you have a real problem running as a progressive. But mayoral candidate Maya Wiley is such a hypocrite... Read more ...