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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) has called for the McCurtain County sheriff and multiple county officials to resign after leaked audio showed the county leaders discussing killing local reporters and lynching Black people.  Sheriff Kevin Clardy, his investigator Alicia Manning, Commissioners Mark Jennings and Robert Beck, commissioners’ secretary Heather Carter and jail administrator Larry Hendrix […]

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32th Annual Meeting of the Board of GovernorsEuropean Bank for Reconstruction and Development May 18, 2023 On behalf of the United States, I would like to thank the people and government of Uzbekistan for their hospitality in hosting these meetings.    The EBRD’s mission is more important than ever in the current global context– a […]

Daniel Cameron, Kentucky’s attorney general and a close ally of Senator Mitch McConnell, clinched the state’s Republican nomination for governor on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press, fending off a spirited and costly challenge by Kelly Craft, a wealthy former ambassador to the United Nations. Mr. Cameron’s double-digit victory sets up what is likely to […]

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/FILE California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks in October in San Francisco. (CNN) — California’s governor responded Wednesday to the reparations payments for some Black state residents that were recommended . . .

Go, Green! Hello, Michigan State University Class of 2023! And congratulations to you and your friends and families! It is wonderful to be back on campus. The Sparty statue. Brody Hall. The botanical gardens that dot the campus. The International Center. The Red Cedar River. The IM West basketball courts. The Dairy Store. The well-manicured […]

Governor Mills is the first governor from a non-founding member state – which include California, New York, and Washington – to lead the AllianceGovernor also names new appointments to the Maine Climate Council charged with updating Maine’s climate action plan Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Climate Alliance, a bipartisan coalition of 25 governors committed to fighting climate […]

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that three major projects overseen by the State Department of Transportation have been honored for their engineering excellence by the American Council of Engineering Companies. The private-sector engineering and design teams behind the Hunts Point Access Improvement Project, the Kew Gardens Interchange Project and the Interstate 390/I-490 Interchange Improvement Project […]

“Legitimizing” Murder of Protesters Last week, on April 7, a jury found Daniel Perry guilty of murder. But less than 24 hours after this guilty verdict was announced, the Christian-fascist governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, announced his intention to pardon Perry. He did this despite the facts that he hadn’t attended the trial or reviewed a […]

(CNN) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says he is working to pardon an army sergeant who was convicted Friday of killing a protester at a Black Lives Matter rally in 2020. Daniel Perry, a White army sergeant and rideshare driver, was indicted with murder in 2021 for the fatal shooting of Garrett Foster, who is also […]

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