President Joe Biden Quietly Visited An Injured Texas Police Officer In 2019
Hours after the inauguration, a Texas police chief praised President Joe Biden, not for his new job as Commander in Chief, but for the secret visit he made in the Lone Star...
15 minutes ago - CBS
Gagosian Names a New Director and Curator
Antwaun Sargent, a critic and author, plans to work with artists who are thinking about contemporary issues around identity, desire and representation.
29 minutes ago - NY Times
A Gradual Transition to Wet Weather
KSBW 8 Meteorologist Art Jarrett has your local forecast.
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Moynihan Train Hall Becomes a Destination: ‘This Gives Us Hope'
Pandemic-weary visitors are finding uplift in the new station, with its soaring expanses of glass and light. “Perfect quarantine activity,” one says.
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Russian MMA icon Fedor Emelianenko ‘hospitalized due to Covid-19 infection' - reports
Former PRIDE heavyweight champion and Russian mixed martial arts pioneer Fedor Emelianenko has been admitted to a Moscow hospital which specializes in treating patients...
3 hours ago - RT - 2 articles
SoCal martial arts schools hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic
Like gyms and workout studios, martial arts schools have also taken a big hit and had to close down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
4 hours ago - ABC
As Sputnik V rolls out & Covid-19 numbers fall, Moscow bucks European trend by lifting restrictions & moving away from lockdown
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin has announced the relaxation of some of the city's Covid-19 restrictions, following a decline in recorded infection numbers since the turn of the...
7 hours ago - RT
How 'Swede' it is: Westside opening new golf facility
The Westside Warriors will be getting a new state of the art golf facility. The new facility was funded fully by private donations.
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Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Poetry Stirs Young Twin Cities Artists, Civil Rights Elders Alike
MINNEAPOLIS - The brightness of her yellow coat foreshadowed the light she would shine through spoken word. Amanda Gorman, 22, is the first United States Youth Poet Laureate...
11 hours ago - CBS
Grandmother of poet with Chicago roots extremely proud of inaugural performance
CHICAGO - The grandmother of the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history was watching with pride from Chicago. Vil Harmon said she knew her granddaughter, Amanda Gorman, 22...
12 hours ago - WGN TV
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President Biden puts forth virus strategy, requires mask use to travel
On his second day in office, President Joe Biden is putting forth a national COVID-19 strategy to ramp up vaccinations and testing, reopen schools and businesses and increase...
Here's a look at President Joe Biden's schedule for his first full day in office
President Joe Biden's first full day in office Thursday will include an intelligence briefing and a meeting with his administration's COVID-19 team.
Bernie Sanders - and his Vermont-made mittens - were everywhere on...
Biden to sign 10 executive orders as part of COVID-19 response plan
President Biden has unveiled his national strategy to tackle the coronavirus pandemic ahead of two days of executive orders, with an added focus on advancing “equity.” Over the...
Military helicopter crash kills 3 in training exercise in NY
Three National Guard members on a routine training flight were killed Wednesday when their helicopter crashed in a western New York town, an official said.
'Absolutely tragic': Police say 3-year-old girl fell from window, died from...
Senate confirms President Biden's 1st Cabinet pick
In a first vote, the Senate confirmed President Joe Biden's nominee for Director of National Intelligence, Avril Haines.
Here are the winning numbers for Wednesday's $731 million Powerball prize
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US jobless claims decline to a still-high 900,000
WASHINGTON - Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, lowering claims to 900,000, still a historically high level that points to further job cuts in a...
U.S. jobless claims decline to a still-high 900,000
Fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, lowering claims to 900,000, still a historically high level that points to further job cuts in a raging...