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Rep. William Lacy Clay has represented the state's 1st Congressional District, around St. Louis, since 2001.
U.S. and Australian responders spotted the three-person skiff crew on tiny Pikelot Island after they had been missing for nearly three days.
Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Tuesday that masks will be mandatory statewide for two weeks, and school districts in eight hard-hit counties must delay their in-person reopening until August 17.
Trump ally and former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was defeated by Rep. Roger Marshall, calming Republican leaders' worst fears in the race against Democratic state Sen. Barbara Bollier.
Six states will purchase 3 million rapid tests, and more states may join the consortium. Maryland, Virginia, Louisiana, Michigan, Ohio and Massachusetts want to stem a severe testing shortage.
The instances spanned 40 states and the District of Columbia, and allege excessive force by state and local police, and National Guard troops and federal agents against racial justice protesters.
The Trump Administration's new suicide prevention strategy mentions the touchy subject of gun-safety. It will aim to fight the stigma around people seeking help during a mental health crisis.
As Florida's coronavirus cases begin to flatten, state officials are considering a plan to allow people to visit family members in nursing homes.
When asked in an interview whether he found the late civil rights icon impressive, Trump claims to have done more for Black Americans than anybody else.
A lawsuit alleging that TikTok collects and sends American users' data to China could cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars.
The former national security adviser says her considerable experience in the executive branch would make her an effective vice president.
With the flu season looming, public health officials urge nearly all Americans over 6 months old to get immunized starting next month. Strategize now to avoid getting the flu while COVID-19 is raging.
In a new film streaming on HBO Max, Rogen plays both a Polish immigrant who wakes up 100 years after falling into a pickle barrel and the great-grandson into whose modern life he emerges.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
Previewing Football Season: NFL Sets Thursday Opt-Out Deadline, Pac-12 Players Pen Unity Letter With List Of Demands| August 04 2020, 9:37 AM
NFL players who decide to opt out of the coming season must do so by Thursday afternoon, a person familiar with the agreement between the league and the players told The Associated Press.
The latest twist in the TikTok saga is an especially strange turn in a tale filled with strange turns.
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with infectious disease specialist at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, Dr. Kimberly Shriner.
AirTalk Checks In With Metro CEO Phil Washington: Federal Relief, COVID-19 Risks, Alternatives to Armed Police And More| August 04 2020, 9:14 AM
Metro’s CEO Phil Washington joins Larry Mantle for his regular check-in to talk about all things public transit.
Anger, Distrust And A Political Reckoning: Reflecting On The Watts Riots And How Things Have Changed 55 Years Later| August 04 2020, 9:13 AM
Shortly after a California Highway Patrol officer pulled over and arrested Marquette Frye on Aug. 11, 1965, a crowd started to form. Tensions rose as the crowd grew and it eventually led to days of destruction and violence in South Los Angeles and clashes between Watts residents, a predominantly Black neighborhood, and police.