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EATONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A developer on Friday ended plans to purchase a 100-acre (39-hectare) property from the local school system in a historically Black town in Florida following a public outcry that the deal threatened the cultural heritage of the community made famous by Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston. Derek Bruce said in […]

A ranking member of California Reparations Taskforce failed to show up in person for a key meeting Wednesday Rev. Amos Brown Zoomed into the meeting from Ghana The 82-year-old is part of Vice President Kamala Harris’ delegation in West Africa  A senior member of both the

(CNN) The US Army has identified the nine soldiers who were killed in a nighttime training accident on Wednesday evening, when two HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters crashed in a field near Fort Campbell, Kentucky. An Army news release identified the soldiers with the 101st Airborne Division who were killed in the incident as Warrant Officer […]

AKWESASNE, Quebec —  The bodies of two more migrants who died trying to cross from Canada into the United States were found Friday, bringing the death toll to eight, including two children, according to police in the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne. The bodies of six people, described as members of two families of Romanian and Indian […]

Penalties imposed on UK tennis governing bodies by the tours for barring Russian players last year “made it impossible” to maintain the ban at Wimbledon in 2023, according to the chief executive of the Lawn and Tennis Association (LTA). Scott Lloyd said the LTA had a responsibility to maintain British tennis exposure, after the body […]

Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews has missed the last 27 games after dealing with Long COVID and Chronic Immune Response Syndrome, which forced him to miss the entire 2020-21 season. On Saturday, he is expected to make his return to the lineup — sooner than expected. Part of the reason he’s pushing to return this season is that […]

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — U.S. Army investigators are trying to determine what caused two Black Hawk medical evacuation helicopters to crash during a routine nightime training exercise in Kentucky, killing all nine soldiers aboard. No one was hurt on the ground. Nondice Thurman, a spokesperson for Fort Campbell, said the deaths happened Wednesday night […]

Robert Armanini opened his birdseed store, Feed the Birds! in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, in 2010. He’d moved out of New York City 18 years prior, and a new home closer to nature sparked an interest in feeding wild birds, leading him to eventually start his own business. Feed the Birds! sells birdbaths, birdhouses, a multitude […]

The nine service members who died in a crash involving two U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopters ranged in age from 23 to 36 and were from seven states, the military said in releasing the names Friday as an investigative team continued its probe of the incident. A military news release said the service members came from Florida, Texas, Missouri, […]

April 2023 The United States accused Russia of unprofessional and unsafe behavior after a Russian Su-27 fighter jet struck the propeller of an unarmed U.S. reconnaissance drone, causing U.S. forces to bring down the system in international waters in the Black Sea. The March 14 incident marked the first time that the two military forces […]

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