TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rebuked a top Cabinet minister arriving in Washington on Sunday for talks with U.S. officials, according to an Israeli official, signaling widening cracks within the country’s leadership nearly five months into . . .

The United States made its first airdrops of humanitarian aid into Gaza on Saturday, as the Biden administration tried to prevent a greater humanitarian disaster in the Palestinian territory. Three U.S. Air Force cargo planes airdropped 38,000 ready-to-eat meals, in a joint operation with the Jordanian Air Force, U.S. Central Command said in a statement […]

The United States has made the first of what officials say will be more planned airdrops of food aid into the Gaza Strip, parachuting in packages that contained more than 38,000 . . .

JALANDHAR, India — Billboards crowd the small lanes of this northern Indian city, calling out to those who dream of a different future. A sign in the Punjabi language beckons: “Let’s Go To America.” An immigration agent, driving on an overpass amid the sea of billboards, reflected on the city’s brisk migrant . . .

U.S. military C-130 cargo planes on Saturday dropped food in pallets over Gaza, three U.S. officials said, two days after more than 100 Palestinians who had surged to pull goods off an aid convoy were killed during a chaotic encounter with Israeli troops. U.S. Central Command and the Royal Jordanian Air Force conducted a combined […]

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Donald Trump made a renewed attempt to turn criticism that he is a threat to democracy on its head, accusing President Biden without evidence of conspiring against the United States with his policies at the southern border. “Biden’s conduct on our border is by any definition a conspiracy to . . .

As a lawsuit from a young player who was found to have been sexually assaulted while training at the United States Tennis Association’s Florida headquarters steams toward a likely trial this spring, the organization is making a last-ditch attempt to convince the judge to prohibit key evidence and testimony at the heart of the player’s […]

By Special to the AFRO A distinguished panel of nine international jurists has released its detailed final verdict finding the United States guilty of genocide against Black, Brown, and Indigenous peoples.  The jury found the United States guilty on five counts, based on testimony and documents presented at last October’s historic human-rights tribunal held in […]

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter HealthDay FRIDAY, Feb. 9, 2024 (HealthDay News) — Black women in the United States are six times more likely, on average, to be murdered than white women, a new study finds. And that risk runs even higher when looking at specific states and time periods, researchers report Feb. 7 in […]

This 1957 Cleveland Call & Post headline reports a raid at Lake Glen. Cleveland Public Library/Cleveland Call & Post Police Raids and Resistance Anti-vice campaigns swept the US during the 1950s. Newspaper articles describe “frequent” raids at Lake Glen and the nearby Cabin Club by Summit County police and health inspectors. The clubs were cited […]

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