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Por un amplio margen, votantes de todo el país dicen que la discriminación contra los afroamericanos es un problema grave, según una encuesta nacional de la Quinnipiac University publicada el miércoles.
DETROIT — Después de años esperando convertirse en ciudadanos estadounidenses, docenas de inmigrantes vieron sus sueños realizados el miércoles, aunque el gran momento no fue exactamente lo que habían imaginado.
WASHINGTON — The author of the novel "Forrest Gump," upon which the Hollywood film starring Tom Hanks was based, has died at the age of 77, U.S. media reported on Thursday.
NEW DELHI — India’s coronavirus cases have jumped by another 96,424 infections in the past 24 hours, showing little signs of slowing down.
Federal prosecutors should consider charging violent protesters under a criminal sedition law, which doesn't require proof that they were plotting to overthrow the government, the Justice Department said in a memo on Thursday.
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said Dijon Kizzee was riding his bike on the wrong side of the street when he was stopped by two South L.A. deputies in an incident that ended with the pair firing 19 shots at him.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A man suspected of killing a right-wing protester in Portland, Oregon, pointed a handgun at officers before he was shot to death by members of a federal task force trying to arrest him, authorities said Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Dave and Diane Schell, a retired social studies teacher and a retired human resources professional from South Windsor, Connecticut, left their careers in 2015, and have worked the polls at their local precinct every election since. But not this November.
WASHINGTON — Some House Democrats are keeping pressure on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to bring a new coronavirus relief bill up for a vote next week as they look to signal to voters that the party is pursuing a deal to bolster the economy.
CHICAGO — Christine Goggins was just about to check in with the family of a gunshot victim, a new case that had been handed off from the previous shift, when the high-pitched beep of her pager sounded in her office at the University of Chicago's medical campus.