AT&T was hit by a widespread outage affecting users across the United States early Thursday and gave no indication of when services would be restored. The outage, which affected people in cities including Atlanta, Los Angeles and Dallas, was first reported around 3:30 a.m. Eastern time, and cellular service and internet problems were still being […]

Receive free Tesla Inc updates We’ll send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding up the latest Tesla Inc news every morning. Elon Musk’s electric-car maker Tesla on Thursday was sued by a US civil rights agency, which accused the company of tolerating “open hostility and racism” directed at black employees. The Equal Employment Opportunity […]

By Stephan Shemilt Chief cricket writer 29 minutes ago Image source, Getty Images Image caption, The Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket received more than 4,000 responses to its call for evidence Racism, sexism, classism and elitism is “widespread” in English and Welsh cricket, according to a long-awaited independent report.

The United States suspended all food aid to Ethiopia on Thursday, citing “widespread and coordinated” theft of the contributions in a country where at least 20 million people need donated food. The United States is by far the largest aid donor to Ethiopia, with 120 million people, Africa’s second most populous country, so the impact […]

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Tornadoes are common in the United States Arkansas: A “catastrophic” tornado tore through the southern US state of Arkansas on Friday, and authorities said it caused “widespread damage” and left 24 people hospitalized. One witness, Lara Farrar, told AFP that damage in West Little Rock was “shocking” with roofs torn off buildings. No immediate fatalities […]

Placeholder while article actions load Dark clouds and pouring rain greeted the steam train as it chugged to a stop in Sioux Falls, S.D., on June 1, 1891. Accompanied by her maid and private secretary, a smartly dressed woman of obvious high standing descended from the plush first-class rail car and took stock of the […]

News Release Thursday, June 16, 2022 County-level data provides unprecedented detail by geography and population groups. From 2000-2019 overall life expectancy in the United States increased by 2.3 years, but the increase was not consistent among racial and ethnic groups and by geographic area. In addition, most of these gains were prior to 2010. […]

Davis School District has intentionally ignored “serious and widespread” racial harassment in its schools for years — failing to respond to hundreds of reports from Black students after they’ve been called slaves, the N-word, and heard threats that they would be lynched, according to a jarring report from the U.S. Department of Justice. That refusal […]

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