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At traditional Vacation Bible Schools, children are taught about biblical giants. At Patriot Camp in Drew County, they learn about more recent heroes as well. Next week at First Assembly of God in Monticello, children of all ages will get a crash course in history with an emphasis on World War II figures, including: Cornelia […]

Joshua Lott/Getty Images A study examining 865 mass shootings between 2015 and 2019 and whether mass shootings are a consequence of structural racism found Chicago, shown in the photo, had the greatest number of incidents during that period with 141, which led to 97 deaths and 583 injuries. CNN  —  Mass shootings in major metropolitan […]

DYLAN LOVAN, Associated Press 13 mins ago LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The first Black woman has been named to lead the embattled Louisville Police Department in a full-time role, tasked with guiding a force under a federal consent decree and years of scrutiny since the police shooting of Breonna Taylor in 2020. Louisville interim police […]

A participant recounts the beginnings of women’s quest for career equity five decades ago. BY MARGUERITE COOPER It is helpful in moving forward to look back to see where we have come from as we seek a diplomatic service reflective of the American population and values. This article will briefly summarize what near ground zero […]

FILE – Then-Ohio Republican Party Chairman Matt Borges participates in a question-and-answer session in Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 11, 2016. Former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and lobbyist Matt Borges, a former chair of the Ohio Republican Party, were both convicted in March of a single racketeering charge each, after a six-week trial. Borges is scheduled […]

A new permanent exhibition has now opened at Judges’ Lodgings Museum in Lancaster after a major refurbishment supported by the Art Fund and the Regional Furniture Society.   Gillows of Lancaster – A Global Story casts a new light on the work of Gillows who were one of the most important regional furniture makers in […]

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump said the federal government should play a “vital role” opposing abortion but again failed to provide specifics on what national restrictions he would support if elected to the White House again. Trump’s remarks to a group of influential evangelicals Saturday

Listen to article (2 minutes) NEW DELHI—Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said ties between New Delhi and Washington are stronger and deeper than ever as India moves to secure what he sees as its rightful place on the world stage at a moment of geopolitical turmoil. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights […]

Henry Kissinger turned 100 last weekend, warning, with undimmed fervor, of two contemporary threats to an increasingly unstable world: the standoff between America and China, and the growing power of artificial intelligence. How those challenges might be met could well hinge on a deeper question that Mr. Kissinger first flagged three decades ago: how the […]

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