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With A Disqualification In The Relay, The United States Is Off To A Bad Start In Tokyo Track Events.
Olympics
With A Disqualification In The Relay, The United States Is Off To A Bad Start In Tokyo Track Events.

TOKYO (AP) — The United States men and women have a long history of botched Olympic relay baton exchanges. And now they've made a mistake. The country's difficult history in relay races resurface…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 01 Aug, 2021
Misinformation About COVID-19 Is An “insidious Threat” To The United States, According To The Surgeon General.
Coronavirus
Misinformation About COVID-19 Is An “insidious Threat” To The United States, According To The Surgeon General.

On Thursday, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issued a strong warning to the nation about the continued spread of COVID-19 misinformation. Murthy stated in his first advisory since being appointed by P…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 22 Jul, 2021
Megan Fox Denies Ever Referring To Donald Trump As A "legend."
Donald Trump
Megan Fox Denies Ever Referring To Donald Trump As A "legend."

Megan Fox clarified a recent comment she made about former President Donald Trump earlier this week, calling it an "observation fact" rather than an "opinion." On Monday, Fox spoke with “Jimmy Kimm…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 17 Jul, 2021
'The Pandemic Isn't Over,' Says Florida Republican Of COVID-19 Ordeal
Coronavirus
'The Pandemic Isn't Over,' Says Florida Republican Of COVID-19 Ordeal

After becoming severely ill with COVID-19 last month and fearing he "wasn't going to make it out of the hospital alive," a Florida Republican official urged people to get vaccinated and wear masks.…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 09 Jul, 2021
Warren Supports Pelosi's Legislative Strategy For Child Care
Joe Biden
Warren Supports Pelosi's Legislative Strategy For Child Care

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made a political statement on Wednesday, telling Stardia that a major child care initiative must be included in the large economic package Democrats hope to pass t…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 01 Jul, 2021
In Wisconsin, Joe Biden Is Campaigning For The Passage Of A Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.
Joe Biden
In Wisconsin, Joe Biden Is Campaigning For The Passage Of A Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.

On Tuesday, President Joe Biden urged Congress to approve an infrastructure framework drafted by a bipartisan group of senators, arguing that it would benefit working and middle-class families throu…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 29 Jun, 2021
At The Vatican, Pope Francis Meets A'superhero' Dressed As Spider-Man.
Pope Francis
At The Vatican, Pope Francis Meets A'superhero' Dressed As Spider-Man.

VATICAN CITY (AP) — While Pope Francis is usually the center of attention at Vatican gatherings, Spider-Man, or at least an Italian dressed as the character, drew the most attention from the crowds…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 27 Jun, 2021
Mickey Jannis, 33, Throws A Wicked Knuckleball In Slow Motion
Baseball
Mickey Jannis, 33, Throws A Wicked Knuckleball In Slow Motion

Mickey Jannis, a 33-year-old knuckleballer, made his MLB debut for the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday. Jannis was known in the minors for his nearly rotation-free pitch, which he got to showcase ag…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 24 Jun, 2021
Juneteenth And America’s Failed Promise Of ‘Absolute Equality’
Texas
Juneteenth And America’s Failed Promise Of ‘Absolute Equality’

GALVESTON ISLAND, Texas — The promise of “absolute equality” hangs in the air on Juneteenth, as the fight for voting rights continues, a federal anti-lynching law is stalled in Congress, and lawmak…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 19 Jun, 2021
The Rash Of Mass Shootings In The United States Has Heightened Public Concern As We Approach The Summer Season.
Gun Violence
The Rash Of Mass Shootings In The United States Has Heightened Public Concern As We Approach The Summer Season.

CHICAGO (AP) — Authorities say two people were killed and at least 30 others were injured in overnight mass shootings in three states, raising fears that a spike in gun violence in the United State…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 13 Jun, 2021
The Senate Has Passed Legislation To Assist Victims Of The Enigmatic ‘Havana Syndrome.’
U.S. Senate
The Senate Has Passed Legislation To Assist Victims Of The Enigmatic ‘Havana Syndrome.’

The Senate unanimously passed a new bill on Monday that would provide additional federal assistance to Americans suffering from brain injuries caused by the enigmatic "Havana Syndrome." The Helping…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 08 Jun, 2021
Slow Vaccination Rates In Japan Raise Concerns About The Tokyo Olympics
COVID-19
Slow Vaccination Rates In Japan Raise Concerns About The Tokyo Olympics

It's possible that it's too little too late. That is the realization sinking in as Japan scrambles to catch up on a frustratingly slow vaccination drive less than two months before the start of the…

  • Alexanne Erdman
  • Alexanne Erdman
  • 06 Jun, 2021