jamielawton/iStock (LONDON) — Flanked by public health officials, the U.K. Health Secretary painted a bleak picture of the current state of the pandemic in Britain. “Cases are rising,” Sajid Javid, told the nation this week. “And they could go yet as high as 100,000 a day. We’re also seeing greaterRead More →

cristianl/iStock (ATLANTA) —¬†Historically, very few African Americans have played polo, but that’s changing in Atlanta. “I’ve never ridden a horse outside of me starting this, let alone actually play polo, so I had to get over my fear of, like, thinking I would get kicked or that I will fall,”Read More →

MattGush/iStock (GEORGIA) — One person is dead and seven others injured after a shooting at an off-campus party near a Georgia university. The incident occurred early Saturday morning in Fort Valley, near Fort Valley State University, authorities said. Several students suffered non-life-threatening injuries, the university said. Georgia Bureau of Investigation,Read More →

YinYang/iStock (WASHINGTON, D.C.) — Dozens of Howard University students are sleeping outdoors in a tent encampment on campus grounds to protest what they describe as “poor” and “unlivable” conditions in the college dormitories. Students told ABC News that portions of the university living quarters have mold and insect and rodentRead More →

adamkaz/iStock (VIRGINIA) — With just over a week to go until the last day of voting in Virginia and New Jersey, former President Barack Obama is joining each state’s Democratic nominee for governor on the campaign trail Saturday, hoping to motivate the party’s base to turn out in their state’sRead More →

marekuliasz/iStock (MICHIGAN) — “Attack the grade here. Now mash the brake and modulate the throttle,” Al Oppenheiser, the chief engineer of GMC’s Hummer EV, guided me as I carefully steered the 9,000-lb. truck up a steep, rocky incline. Oppenheiser and I were driving an early prototype of the $112,595 pickupRead More →

BlakeDavidTaylor/iStock (WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Border Patrol arrested migrants more times in the past year than in any other fiscal year in recorded history, according to Customs and Border Protection data released Friday. Authorities encountered unauthorized migrants along the southwest border more than 1.73 million times in budget year 2021,Read More →

Vacclav/iStock (WASHINGTON) — The Biden administration is again playing cleanup after President Joe Biden said the U.S. would come to Taiwan’s defense in the event of an invasion by mainland China — despite decades of policy that leaves that an open question. His comment prompted a stern warning from theRead More →

YinYang/iStock (DAVIS COUNTY, UT) — The Davis School District in Utah intentionally ignored widespread racial harassment, according to a scathing new report from the U.S. Department of Justice. School officials have been accused of failing to respond to hundreds of reports from Black students who said they’ve been called racialRead More →