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How an angel became a villain

By CAMIKE JONES Angel Reese’s characterization has far less to do with who she is and much more to do with the spectator’s insatiable need...

With a federal menthol ban looming, tobacco companies push ‘non-menthol’ substitutes

By YUKI NOGUCHI The packaging on Kool brand's "non-menthol" cigarettes and its existing menthols are very similar. Anti-smoking activists argue this is a way to...

A White House visit renews hope and legislative action for the future of Indiana’s children

By MAUREEN BAUER I carried the memory of Kylin Brooks and Kyler Jackson to our Nation's Capital as I joined other state legislators from across...

With House Republicans in turmoil, colleagues implore GOP holdouts not to shut down government

By LISA MASCARO and FARNOUSH AMIRI Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Working furiously to take control of a House in disarray, allies of Speaker Kevin...

Vivek Ramaswamy takes center stage, plus other key moments from the first Republican debate

By STEVE PEOPLES and NICHOLAS RICCARDI Former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have dominated the Republican presidential nomination fight for much of...

Just days to spare, Senate gives final approval to debt ceiling deal, sending it to Biden

WASHINGTON (AP) — Fending off a U.S. default, the Senate has given final approval to a debt ceiling and budget cuts package. It's now on its way to President Joe Biden's desk to become law before a fast-approaching deadline. The Senate ground through late-night voting Thursday to wrap up work on the hard-fought deal. The compromise package negotiated between Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy leaves neither Republicans nor Democrats fully pleased with the outcome. But the result cuts spending for two years and suspends the debt limit until 2025 after the next presidential election. Biden says he will sign it into law as soon as possible.

Biden celebrates LSU women’s and UConn men’s basketball teams at separate White House events

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has appealed for more support for female athletes during a White House event celebrating Louisiana State's championship women's basketball team. The event once appeared in jeopardy after Biden's wife, Jill, suggested that the losing Iowa team be invited, too. Friday's ceremony was briefly halted when forward Sa'Myah Smith appeared to collapse on stage. The Bidens lavished praise on the LSU Tigers for their performance and the way they've helped advance women's sports. Neither one mentioned the uproar Jill Biden's earlier comments caused. Biden also welcomed the UConn men's championship basketball team to a White House celebration later Friday.

Growing food is the real wealth

Ten year financial planning is what most financially successful people use to stay wealthy. Their meticulous planning affords their families financial freedom for generations. How many...

45’s treatment of the press: ‘Make it make sense’

I am at a loss to understand how journalists can support someone who has such contempt for what we do for a living. I...

Men of color can change the world through STEM field if given the opportunity

BALTIMORE -- Ayooluwakiitan Oluwafemi, 13, proudly displayed a rubber smart-phone case that he designed on a 3D printing machine.“It’s a prototype,” the Baltimore middle-school...
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