Protesters rally outside Brooklyn Center Police Department a day after Daunte Wright was shot. Reuters
George Floyd pleading for his life under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has become a defining moment of our time. What began 10 months ago at the corner of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue has transformed into nothing less than an
President Joe Biden has begun to show that he is a man who can deliver. In a first of its kind and as a landmark gesture towards diversity in courts, Biden nominated several Black women, an Asian-American and the first Muslim ever to federal
Last summer, millions of ordinary Americans took to the streets to protest racism, police violence and the killing of George Floyd. In the year since, many transformed their energy and anger to action. Across the country, civilians on task forces and elected officials
The video, taken by an onlooker to Monday night's fatal encounter between police and George Floyd, 46, showed him lying face down and handcuffed, groaning for help and repeatedly saying, "please, I can't breathe," before growing motionless.
We used to be told in our moral science classes in school and college that they who give never fall short. And prosperity greets them at every step by way of divine payback. That’s so true. The journey, our mortal journey, indeed becomes a rare pleasure and much more
Only a handful of places — including Taiwan, Vietnam and New Zealand — acted in time to contain the coronavirus last year, causing the world to spend trillions of dollars fighting an infection that has led to the deaths of more than 3 million people so far.
Almost 70 years ago, President Dwight Eisenhower pushed bipartisan legislation that created the interstate highway system. Earlier leaders made universal access to education, starting with kindergarten and running through high school, standard throughout the United States.
Boris Johnson has shelved plans to travel to India for his first major overseas visit since entering Downing Street. India’s devastating COVID crisis rendered a prime ministerial visit aimed at boosting trade both unfeasible and unsuitable. But the prime minister should