Church leaders, Christian camp heads and the pastor himself were confronted with concerns about his conduct at least 20 times since 1997.
‘Lawmakers are feeling pressure’: States push ahead on public health insurance to lower costs, improve access
Advocates say public health insurance would compete against private insurance plans and potentially lower monthly costs for consumers.
New York City mayoral race: What to know about the candidates, issues and why a ‘progressive’ isn’t leading the way
The New York City mayor’s election is in its final stretch, and Andrew Yang, Eric Adams and Kathryn Garcia have emerged as front-runners.
Further infrastructure debate is expected after Biden makes a key concession, the May jobs report will be released and more news to start your Friday.
National Donut Day 2021 has arrived with free doughnuts and deals at Krispy Kreme, Dunkin’ and more chains. DiGiorno also has a contest.
As we remove our masks and even travel abroad, it should trouble us all that COVID pandemic is still used to justify refugee expulsion at the border.
‘Pandemic misery’ index finds hardship hit most people, but Black and Latino Americans suffered most. Latest COVID-19 updates.
An index of “pandemic misery” released this week found that 80% of people involved in the survey experienced hardships in the past year.
‘An incredible feeling’: Wilberforce University surprises graduates by erasing $375K in debt owed to university
Wilberforce University used funds from the United Negro College Fund, Jack and Jill and other sources to clear more than $375,000 in debt.
Stanford law student nearly blocked from diploma after mocking Federalist Society in fake Capitol riot flyer
Stanford law student Nicholas Wallace almost didn’t get his diploma after the Federalist Society lodged a complaint over a mocking email he sent out.
Devin Booker poured in 47 points as the Suns took down the defending champion Lakers in Game 6 to advance to the second round.