This week’s assault hit at least 15 energy facilities — some for the fifth or sixth time — forcing controlled blackouts in every part of the country.
A New York Times analysis examines the lengths China will go to eliminate Covid infections. Three years into the pandemic, China stands out in the harshness of its measures.
Corrections that appeared in print on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022.
Mr. Filatov, who has reviewed hundreds of films for Ukrainian publications, shares a list in English of 10 films that he says has helped him cope with fighting on the front lines of the war with Russia.
BY Hillel Italie, AP National Writer Dhonielle Clayton is not just a bestselling author of young adult fiction. She’s an organizer, a former teacher and a founder of the grassroots publishing movement We Need Diverse Books. She’s also the kind of friend who can convince five of her well-known peers to collaborate on a single
By Peter Smith, The Associated Press The United Methodist Church moved toward becoming more progressive and LGBTQ-affirming during U.S. regional meetings this month that included the election of its second openly gay bishop. Conservatives say the developments will only accelerate their exit from one of the nation’s largest Protestant denominations. Each of the UMC’s five
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent, As family, friends and fans continue to mourn the death of Migos member Takeoff, the demand for hip-hop to take a stand against gun violence has grown. While many have expressed disbelief and anger that the shooting death of the 28-year-old, whose real name is Kirshnik
By Gene Johnson, The Associated Press A U.S. judge in Texas on Nov. 10 blocked plan to provide millions of borrowers with up to $20,000 apiece in federal student-loan forgiveness — a program that was already on hold as a federal appeals court in St. Louis considers a separate lawsuit by six states challenging it.
Submitted by Brandon Ortiz On November 4th 2022, Senior Chief Petty Officer Brandon Ortiz of Randallstown, MD re-enlisted for another four years in the United States Navy. He was re-enlisted by CDR Shaun Dennis of East Baltimore City. He enlisted in the Navy in January 2008 and is currently stationed at the Commander Naval Surface
By Marnita Coleman, Special to the AFRO The students at Baltimore’s Holabird Academy in O’Donnell Heights are now well-prepared for the change in seasons, thanks to Operation Warm, a national nonprofit that manufactures coats and shoes for kids in need. Come what may, hot or cold, on Nov. 15 from 9 to 11 a.m., 384