History of Japanese Internment Camps in New Mexico
History of Japanese Internment Camps in New Mexico
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said Monday that the U.S. central bank most likely isn’t done raising interest rates amid ongoing inflation pressures. “I suspect we may well need to raise the fed funds rate once more this year and then hold it there for some time as we accumulate more information on economic developments and assess the effects of the tightening in financial conditions that has already occurred,” Mester said in the text of a speech to a group in Cleveland. “But whether the fed funds rate needs to go higher than its current level and for how long policy needs to remain restrictive will depend on how the economy evolves relative to the outlook,” which is bounded by considerable uncertainty right now, the official said.
The Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers both looked like they might be the best teams in baseball for significant stretches of a long season in which they now find themselves facing each other in an AL Wild Card Series. The Rays got off to a historic 13-0 start and led the American League East by as many as 6½ games before a horrendous July left them playing catch-up the rest of the season to eventual division champion Baltimore. Texas, meanwhile, is back in the playoffs two years after losing 102 games.
9-year-old went missing on Saturday during camping trip at Moreau Lake State Park
A group of U.S. senators, including Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, plans to visit China next week and hopes to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping, a spokesperson for Republican Senator Mike Crapo confirmed on Monday. Schumer's office said last month he was planning a trip to China, South Korea and Japan co-led by Crapo but did not comment on Monday. The Chinese Embassy in Washington declined to comment.
300,000 Onewheel Self-Balancing Electric Skateboards are subject to the recall following dozens of crash reports and four deaths.
Father Ángel Vargas was moving pew to pew baptizing children when a tie beam gave way bringing his church’s roof crashing down on dozens of people gathered there, killing at least 11 but sparing himself and some others. Vargas recounted Sunday’s harrowing collapse in northeast Mexico to Radio Formula Monday. “Some people could get out and others no,” said Vargas, who described how the roof did not collapse in some areas like around the altar, allowing himself and others to escape.
Campaign signs could have had a positive effect on his election bid, but Dennis Bayomi is more concerned about the negative impact they will have on the environment. That’s why the Green Party of Manitoba candidate for Kirkfield Park decided to forgo lawn signage this election — and he’s encouraging future political candidates to do the same. “Customized signs, to me, really don’t hit the environmental note that I would like to reach,” Bayomi said. For eons, colourful political placards and sign
Florida firebrand is the first House member to move to oust a sitting Speaker in over a century
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — There's always something exasperating going on with the Las Vegas Raiders. What happened Sunday isn't nearly as serious as the recent Chandler Jones saga or the offensive emails that cost Jon Gruden his job, but it still follows a disturbing pattern for the Raiders. Jerry Tillery took an unnecessary shot at Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, who was clearly out of bounds, in Los Angeles' 24-17 victory. That drew a personal foul penalty, the ire of the LA players on the s
Charlotte Sena vanished from Moreau Lake State Park after going for a solo bike ride on Saturday evening
Permission slips asking parents whether they want to police their child’s reading choices have sparked backlash among families concerned about growing calls to censor LGBTTQ+ books. Last month, a group of middle years teachers in St. Boniface sent home papers requesting the parents of Grade 7 and 8 students to check a box indicating if their child is allowed to independently select any book they wish to read in class. The alternative option is to receive emails with book titles throughout the 20
A building caught fire in Mission Bay Monday afternoon.
The owner of the fast-food brand says there are "no new updates" on its pledge to leave Russia.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore City Council on Monday confirmed Richard Worley as the city’s new police commissioner, a leadership change that comes amid an ongoing push for reform of the embattled agency that began after Freddie Gray’s 2015 death. Mayor Brandon Scott nominated Worley to replace Michael Harrison, who announced his resignation earlier this summer, several months before his five-year contract was set to expire. Harrison led the New Orleans Police Department through a similar refor
Not only is Nykeba Banks the first female bomb technician for CFD, but she said she was one of only two in her training class, which included people from across the country.
The deal will provide decades of work at BAE Systems' shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
How do you pay a bill you never received? That's what Bryan Burkert wants to know. He's the owner of The Sound Garden in Fells Point, and last week, he got a call from his lawyer: his property had been sold in a tax sale. "It's my life's work. For about 24 hours, I thought I lost this building." https://www.wmar2news.com
Ukraine's eastern metropolis of Kharkiv will build the country's first fully underground school to shield pupils from Russia's frequent bomb and missile attacks, the city's mayor said. "Such a shelter will enable thousands of Kharkiv children to continue their safe face-to-face education even during missile threats," Mayor Ihor Terekhov wrote on the Telegram messaging app. While many schools in the frontline regions have been forced to teach online throughout the war, Kharkiv has organised some 60 separate classrooms throughout its metro stations before the school year that started Sept. 1, creating space for more than 1,000 children to study there.
A Kansas City artist and celebrity fashion designer created hand-painted jackets for Beyoncé's dancers
A cold front will slide across Colorado by dawn on Tuesday and will bring some cooler weather for a couple of days. Highs will be in the upper 60s to low 70s through Wednesday. Expect some lingering clouds Tuesday morning, but more sunshine by the afternoon.