From one teacher to another.
From one teacher to another.
The victim will not be allowed to sue the company or the apartment host in exchange for the settlement payout
Immigration authorities cite massive backlog and ‘drastic increase’ in U-visa applications after Trump waiting list languished
Francois C. Orloff, 30, is charged with second-degree felony murder in the death of 73-year-old Patsy Arnold.
Former president says American divisions ‘seem to be deeper than just differences in policy’
Former president’s campaign staff has sent cease and desist letters to candidates claiming they have his support
Barbara Starr has called on the Biden administration to introduce new protections for journalists
‘Did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?’
‘People should never make this dangerous journey here. It’s bad for Americans. It’s bad for migrants. It’s bad all around,’ Lara Trump says
The largest family-owned winery in the United States is coming to Chester. Construction starts Wednesday.
GOP leader calls Omar ‘anti-American’
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, now 28, is a former first-round pick out of Alabama.
Former president urged Justice Department officials to go to the Supreme Court with similar claims from widely rejected spurious lawsuits
A local camp for children with cancer and their siblings is getting to return to in-person camp this year. Joining us with more is the Executive Director of Horizon Day Camps, Mark McElrath and the mother of the camps first participant, Melanie Kabia.
One nightclub owner has been closed since March last year and now has to cancel a full diary of events planned over the next few weeks.
The Justice Department will tighten its rules around obtaining records from members of Congress, Attorney General Merrick Garland said Monday, amid revelations the department under former President Donald Trump had secretly seized records from Democrats and members of the media. “Consistent with our commitment to the rule of law,” Garland said in a statement, “we must ensure that full weight is accorded to separation-of-powers concerns moving forward.” Garland’s statement came as a Justice Department official said the top national security official, John Demers, planned to leave by the end of next week.
An English link has been added to the president's famed Irish ancestry. But is it meaningful to him?
The Montreal Canadiens left Canada for the first time in 15 months to discover the hard way how the game’s being played a little more intensely south of the border. What appeared apparent from afar in watching the Vegas Golden Knights wear down the President’s Trophy-winning Colorado Avalanche in six games of their West Division final series, became an up-close reality for the Canadiens in opening the Stanley Cup semifinals with a 4-1 loss on Monday night. “Yeah, they have their strengths for sure, but we have ours,” interim coach Dominique Ducharme said.
In a new policy statement and economic projections due on Wednesday, the U.S. central bank is expected to point to continued strength in the economy and acknowledge the first conversations among its policymakers about when and how fast to pare back the massive bond-buying program launched in 2020 to help battle the recession triggered by the pandemic. Policymakers will also update their views on when the Fed should raise its benchmark short-term interest rate from the current near-zero level, with markets focused on whether the core group of central bank officials shift a first expected rate increase into 2023 from 2024, where it stood as of the last round of projections in March. The Fed will be treading a fine line, having made a strong commitment to use its monetary policy tools to regain the jobs lost to the pandemic but aware of rumblings within its ranks over the possibility that the economy has healed faster and inflation rebounded more forcefully than expected - albeit with fewer workers involved.
LONDON (Reuters) -Prime Minister Boris Johnson delayed his plans to lift most remaining COVID-19 restrictions by a month on Monday, warning that thousands more people might die if he did nothing because of the rapid spread of the more infectious Delta variant. Under the final stage of a plan outlined by Johnson in February, he had hoped to lift most social restrictions on June 21, meaning pubs, restaurants, nightclubs and other hospitality venues could fully reopen. The extra time would be used to speed up Britain's vaccination programme - already one of the world's furthest advanced - by shortening the recommended time between doses for those aged over 40 to eight weeks from 12 weeks.
Lap-by-lap highlights from the NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway.