Bad Bunny’s North American ‘El Último Tour Del Mundo’ 2022 Tour — Tickets On Sale Now

Bad Bunny is getting ready to hit the road! The 27-year-old GRAMMY winner just announced his upcoming, 25-city North American tour. Bad Bunny’s El Último Tour del Mundo 2022 will kick off on Feb. 9, 2022, at the Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado. Tickets for the tour, which is presented by Corona®, is on sale… Continue reading Bad Bunny’s North American ‘El Último Tour Del Mundo’ 2022 Tour — Tickets On Sale Now

U.S. maintains strong vaccination pace as some states inch toward 50% of residents with at least one jab

The rate of daily vaccine doses reported administered in the U.S. held above 3 million for the ninth straight day Thursday, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with multiple states nearing the halfway point for residents with at least one shot. At the same time, the rate of daily new… Continue reading U.S. maintains strong vaccination pace as some states inch toward 50% of residents with at least one jab

Google exec shares how she builds ‘truly’ meaningful relationships—‘funny memes,’ practicing ‘Sunshine Theory’ and more

As a Black woman in a leadership position, I owe much of my success to the meaningful relationships that I’ve put effort into creating and nurturing over the years — in both my personal and professional lives. Having the drive to connect deeply with people, especially in person, offers huge advantages; each person is an… Continue reading Google exec shares how she builds ‘truly’ meaningful relationships—‘funny memes,’ practicing ‘Sunshine Theory’ and more

More young people are getting hospitalized as Covid variants spread. Here’s what we know

Dr. Paul Offit, a physician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, said he is now seeing more patients with Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome, a complication of Covid-19, than he has ever witnessed since the pandemic began. In Texas, Dr. James McDeavitt, dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine, said he and his colleagues are noticing… Continue reading More young people are getting hospitalized as Covid variants spread. Here’s what we know

Biden Administration To Spend $1.7 Billion Track Spread Of Coronavirus Variants

The Biden administration will send $1.7 billion to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state governments and other research efforts early next month to find and track coronavirus variants lurking in the U.S. Already, the more contagious UK variant B.1.1.7 is now the dominant strain in this country, fueling surges in… Continue reading Biden Administration To Spend $1.7 Billion Track Spread Of Coronavirus Variants

Why Local Election Officials In Georgia Take Issue With Many Parts Of New Law

Three weeks after it was signed into law, local election officials in Georgia are still trying to understand all the implications of the state’s controversial election overhaul. In a series of interviews, election officials said that while the Republican-led measure has some good provisions, many felt sidelined as the legislation was being debated, and believe… Continue reading Why Local Election Officials In Georgia Take Issue With Many Parts Of New Law

Can The Afghan Army Hold Off The Taliban Without The U.S.?

President Biden stood in the Roosevelt Room at the White House and declared the end of U.S. involvement in the war in Afghanistan. He spoke from the same spot where former President George W. Bush announced the beginning of the war 20 years ago with a bombing campaign. “It’s time to end America’s longest war,”… Continue reading Can The Afghan Army Hold Off The Taliban Without The U.S.?

Gunman Kills 8 At FedEx Warehouse In Indianapolis

A man opened fire inside a FedEx warehouse facility late Thursday night in Indianapolis, killing eight people and injuring several others. The suspect is believed to have shot himself and is among the nine dead, according to police. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said in a statement that eight people were pronounced dead at the… Continue reading Gunman Kills 8 At FedEx Warehouse In Indianapolis

Losing It All: Mobile Home Owners Evicted Over Small Debts During Pandemic

It was a pretty brutal holiday season for Barbara Gaught in Billings, Montana. Back in December, just a week before Christmas, she got an eviction notice. “It was at like six thirty at night that a sheriff came and taped a notice on the door,” she says. “On a Friday night.” Gaught hadn’t responded to… Continue reading Losing It All: Mobile Home Owners Evicted Over Small Debts During Pandemic

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Republicans And Democrats Largely Oppose Transgender Sports Legislation, Poll Shows

In at least 30 states nationwide, lawmakers have introduced bills aiming to keep transgender girls and women from participating on girls’ and women’s sports teams. These type of restrictions have become a major culture war battle, with Republican lawmakers being the loudest proponents of such bills, while Democrats often oppose them. But a new NPR/PBS… Continue reading Republicans And Democrats Largely Oppose Transgender Sports Legislation, Poll Shows