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April 1, 2023
University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey graduate senior Gabbie Hughes was one of 25 players selected to represent the U.S at the 2023 International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship from April 5-16 in Brampton, Ontario, USA Hockey announced Saturday. The native of Lino Lakes, Minn. is one of 14 forwards […]
The U.S. government has a “substantial case on the merits” in its bid to quash a $1 billion deal by Binance.US to buy the assets of bankrupt crypto lender Voyager, a New York judge said Friday. District Judge Jennifer Rearden said she’d try and move quickly to settle a dispute, given that delays could cost […]
Comment on this story Comment A decade ago, the United States stood on the brink of eliminating the scourge of babies born with syphilis. Now, cases are surging, a phenomenon that is underscoring deep inequities in the nation’s health-care system and reviving concerns about a disease easily controlled with routine antibiotics.
March 28, 2023 – Black women in the United States experience an alarmingly high rate of pregnancy-related death. A new evidence-based, awareness-raising campaign, led by Dr. Shalon’s Maternal Action Project, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) and TANK Worldwide, launches today to draw attention to this public health crisis. A custom version of the “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little […]
The U.S. Army on Friday identified the nine soldiers killed in a mid-air collision involving two Black Hawk helicopters near Fort Campbell, Kentucky, on Wednesday evening. The U.S. service members were aboard two HH60 Blackhawk helicopters during a routine training mission when the incident occurred, the Army said in a news release. Five crew members […]
March 31, 2023
9 U.S. service members killed in collision of 2 Black Hawk helicopters identified – CBS News Watch CBS News Nine U.S. service members who were killed when two Army Black Hawk helicopters collided over Kentucky Wednesday have been identified. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events . . .
When Noe Bernabe-Barrera searched for local career opportunities, the answer seemed simple. The TCU student hoped to serve his community as a police officer his entire life. When he researched the role, however, one requirement shocked him: Permanent legal residents can’t become peace officers in Texas. “My life came to a stop,” said Bernabe-Barrera, who […]
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 […]
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 […]
NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) – U.S. stocks have soldiered on through a banking mess to notch solid first-quarter gains. Some investors say that performance could come under pressure if a widely expected recession hits. The benchmark S&P 500