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“People are amazed by our resiliency, and they equate that to this being easy. It’s not.” A year after the Surfside condo collapse, the lives of those who lost loved ones and homes have never been the same.
After a prescribed burn got out of control in northern New Mexico, experts worry that backlash against the practice will produce even more colossal blazes in areas with overgrown vegetation.
Some politicians are accusing the Biden administration of ferrying migrants on clandestine “ghost flights” to their cities, but the planes carrying children who cross the border have been operating for decades.
A Biden administration policy that prioritized the arrest of undocumented immigrants who are considered a threat to public safety and national security has been suspended as of Saturday, rendering millions of people vulnerable to deportation.
The Illinois governor’s race is on track to become the most expensive campaign for a nonpresidential office in U.S. history. Chicago billionaire Ken Griffin gave $50 million in the GOP primary alone to a moderate running against a far-right state senator.
When she was in sixth grade, Sandra Parks wrote an award-winning essay about gun violence and crime in her hometown, Milwaukee. On Monday, she was fatally shot when someone outside fired a gun at her home and a stray bullet went into her bedroom.
3 black churches have burned in less than 2 weeks in one Louisiana parish. "There is clearly something happening in this community," said the state fire marshal.
The discovery offers a window into little-remembered period in which blacks in certain Southern states were essentially treated like slaves post-emancipation.
“It takes your breath away. The amount of knowledge they held, and connection to our past." The virus has killed Native American elders at particularly high rates, robbing tribes of precious bonds of language and tradition.