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War in Ukraine: What you need to know The latest: The United Nations has expressed hope that the first grain shipments from blockaded Ukrainian ports could start Friday. However, the exact coordinates needed to ensure a safe passage for ships were still being negotiated on Thursday, U.N. aid chief Martin Griffiths

Comment on this story Comment Major changes to the Affordable Care Act. The nation’s biggest-ever climate bill. The largest tax hike on corporations in decades. And dozens of lesser-known provisions that will affect millions of Americans. If enacted, the legislation released Wednesday night in a surprise agreement between Sen. Joe . . .

Before 2022, there were only 12 recorded unprovoked bites in New York’s history, including four from the past decade, according to the International Shark Attack File at the Florida Museum of Natural History. But this month, there were five non-fatal shark attacks in Long Island within just two weeks. While the area is seeing an […]

The Black Princesses of Ghana have suffered defeat in their pre-World Cup friendly against France The team is in France to continue preparations ahead of the FIFA U20 World Cup in Costa Rica in August Ghana is hoping to go beyond the group stages of the tournament which begins on August 10 and ends on […]

Press Release | July 29, 2022 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — On behalf of the Environmental Justice Community Action Network and Cape Fear River Watch, the Southern Environmental Law Center challenged a one-size-fits all permit issued by the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality that would allow hog operations to use giant pits of untreated hog feces […]

The event honored area business leaders that helped his foundation with Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban as the keynote speaker. NORFOLK, Va. — Portsmouth native Dorian Finney-Smith admits he’s more a casual dresser. “I hit 30 next year, so we’ll see”, he smiled. The elegance of the downtown Norfolk Marriott had the former Norcom Greyhound’s first […]

New Delhi is more than 2,000 years old and has served as the center of multiple empires and kingdoms, making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world. By the 17th century, what is now known as Old Delhi was the capital of the Mughal empire. The British, who came later, sited […]

Home > My SA > Announcements > Campus invited to “Holy Ground: The National Black Theatre Festival Anthology” book launch party On behalf of the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts and the North Carolina Black Repertory Company, the UNCSA campus community is invited to join us for . . .

Comment on this story Comment The United States has now met President Biden’s goal, announced in March, to legally admit “up to” 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing Vladimir Putin’s blood-soaked invasion. That admirable achievement shouldn’t mark the end of this country’s commitment to sharing the burden of the ongoing humanitarian nightmare in Europe. The administration has the […]

GRANVILLE, W.Va – The West Virginia Black Bears headed back to Monongalia County Ballpark looking for its first home win of the second half on Friday against the Frederick Keys. Frederick struck first in the first with Ben Fitzgerald sending a high flyball to right field that brought Amir Wright in with a sacrifice fly […]

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