"In a democracy you are told when things are not going right, you use the ballot box to send your message," said Michigan state Rep. Abraham Aiyash, who joined the protesters. Aiyash is one of the most well-known local politicians backing the "Listen to Michigan" campaign, which hopes to harness a quirk of the state's ballot to send a message to the White House that Biden should change his policies on the Israel-Hamas war. Organizers are urging voters to choose "uncommitted" -- a kind of "none of the above" option -- on their ballots for Tuesday's Democratic primary.
Arizona Coyotes players attended a gala recently as part of an Arizona Coyotes Foundation event! Clayton Keller and the rest of the team served as celebrity guests for the annual “Celebrity Waiters Gala” at Gila River Resorts & Casino Tuesday night.
Anthony Taylor Jr. is wanted in a homicide that happened Sunday night
The Supreme Court is taking up challenges to state laws Monday that could affect how Facebook, TikTok, X and other social media platforms regulate content posted by their users. The cases are among several this term in which the justices could set standards for free speech in the digital age.
The Fed could issue steep, 2008-style rate cuts as recession risks remain alive in the economy, legendary investor John Hussman warned.
It’s a topic of much debate: how much the universal Empowerment Scholarship Accounts program is costing the state versus how much it is saving the state. It depends on who you ask. However, a non-partisan organization released a new report showing how much more of a cost it is. It’s a constant fight between the Republican and Democratic lawmakers over how much the universal ESA, or known as school vouchers, is costing the state and the lack or right amount of rules there are around it.
A cigarette butt sparked a fire that destroyed a section of low-rise apartments in Regina on Saturday, officials say.According to a post on X (formerly Twitter), firefighters arrived to put out the blaze at the 16-suite block of apartments on Centennial Street, near the University of Regina at 9:00 p.m. after receiving a 911 call reporting the fire."All of those firefighters and rescue people were running around doing operational things," Haris Khan, a neighbour who witnessed the aftermath of th
Oil prices ticked up in early Asian trading on Monday, extending gains for the third straight day, as shipping disruptions spurred supply worries. Brent crude futures rose 16 cents, or 0.2%, to $82.69 a barrel by 0106 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures (WTI) climbed 15 cents, or 0.2%, to $77.73 a barrel. Iran-aligned Houthis have continued their attacks on shipping in the Red Sea, and while the Israel-Hamas war has not significantly constrained oil supply, it has increased freight rates and shipping time, leaving barrels on the water for longer.
Emergency crews responded Monday after a letter containing an unidentified white powder was sent to the Florida home of Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of former President and GOP front-runner Donald Trump. Trump Jr. opened the letter, which also contained a death threat, in his home office, and emergency responders wearing hazmat suits responded. Jupiter police said the investigation is being handled by the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office, which didn’t immediately have any details to release.
The US president says the warring sides are close to a truce but warns that "we're not done yet".
The Alberta government will opt out of the federal government's pharmacare program covering diabetes medication and birth control.The deal is part of a supply-and-confidence agreement between the federal NDP and the governing Liberals. In a press conference Monday, Alberta Health Minister Adriana LaGrange said the province is unhappy the deal was reached without consulting with the provinces first. LaGrange said Alberta has "robust" coverage of medications through programs like Alberta Blue Cros
Tragedy has struck an East Valley family as they mourn the death of their young daughter. On Friday evening, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office responded to a home near Combs Road and Painted Desert Drive for reports of a child hit by a vehicle. The child was taken to a hospital and died from those injuries.
As their respective seasons came to an end in recent weeks, some of the top players on Queen's University and RMC Kingston have inked their first pro deals. Since last weekend, 4 Kingston based players signed contracts with teams in the ECHL, a professional league that is essentially two levels below the NHL. RMC's leading scorer Austin Saint and Queen's forward Jonathan Yantsis both signed with the Greenville Swamp Rabbits, while defenceman Jakob Brahaney and Jacob Paquette signed deals with th
US president says in New York ‘my hope is by next Monday, we’ll have a ceasefire … my national security adviser tells me we’re close’
SHANGHAI (AP) — Two prominent Chinese bloggers in exile said police were investigating their millions of followers on international social media platforms, in an escalation of Beijing’s attempts to clamp down on critical speech even outside of the country’s borders. Former state broadcaster CCTV journalist Wang Zhi’an and artist-turned-dissident Li Ying, both Chinese citizens known for posting uncensored Chinese news, said in separate posts Sunday that police were interrogating people who follow
Colorado's latest state historian isn't actually an historian. Claire Oberon Garcia, who teaches Black literature at Colorado College, brings a new perspective on the stories of Black Coloradans.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — With his head coach and general manager set to address reporters — and likely his employment situation — at the NFL scouting combine on Tuesday, Russell Wilson reiterated over the weekend that he hopes to return to the Denver Broncos in 2024. Wilson said he still aims to win a pair of Super Bowls in the next half decade. "So yeah, I want to go back to Denver. I hope I get to go back. I'd love to go back, to be honest with you. I've got amazing teammates," Wilson said on f
Authorities in Grenada believe the couple were thrown into the sea by three escaped inmates.
Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Bob Woodruff FoundationYou might say getting fired from Saturday Night Live was the best thing that ever happened to Shane Gillis. The controversial comic, whose history of racist remarks caused him to be unceremoniously bounced before ever getting the chance to grace the stage at Studio 8H, returned to host the NBC sketch show over the weekend. Now, in the wake of that victory lap, he’s being offered another: a shiny new Netflix deal.The streamer’s “extended part
The dollar traded on the back foot on Tuesday, as markets looked ahead to a week of key U.S. economic data that will provide fresh signals on how soon the Federal Reserve may begin cutting interest rates. The yen firmed slightly after figures showed consumer inflation stayed at the Bank of Japan's 2% target, rather than dipping below it for the first time in nearly two years, as economists had forecast. The U.S. dollar index, which measures the currency against a basket of peers including the yen and euro, traded flat at 103.78 early in Asian time, following a 0.17% slide on Monday.