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By Geoff Bennett, Anne Azzi Davenport, Alison Thoet
Harry Belafonte, a giant in the world of performance and activism, died Tuesday at 95. President Biden said Belafonte was "A groundbreaking American who used his talent, his fame and his voice to help redeem the soul of our nation."…
By Amna Nawaz, Alexis Cox, Jonah Anderson
The trade of Aaron Rodgers to New York puts one of the greatest players in NFL history in a Jets uniform. Despite the league’s longest active streak without a playoff appearance, the Jets have acquired several Hall of Fame players…
By Dennis Waszak Jr., Associated Press
Harry Belafonte has died at age 96. He was a dedicated activist and award-winning actor and singer. He sold millions of records and starred on stage and screen before becoming a relentless supporter of civil rights and other causes.
Del Seymour works to secure long-term employment for underserved communities in San Francisco, particularly in the troubled Tenderloin neighborhood. He’s lived there for more than 30 years and is also co-chair of San Francisco's local homeless coordinating board. Seymour shares…
By Jenna Cohen, Joshua Barajas
As attempted book bans and restrictions soar, where does your state fall?…
By Joshua Barajas
A graphic novel that explores gender identity and sexuality has topped the list of the most challenged books in the U.S. for the second year in a row.
By Rod McGuirk, Associated Press
Tony Award-winning comedian Barry Humphries, internationally renowned for his garish stage persona Dame Edna Everage, a condescending and imperfectly-veiled snob whose evolving character has delighted audiences over seven decades, has died.
By Andrew Dalton, Morgan Lee, Associated Press
Prosecutors have formally dismissed an involuntary manslaughter charge against Alec Baldwin in the fatal 2021 shooting of a cinematographer on the set of the Western film “Rust,” citing new evidence and the need for more time to investigate.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Chef Edward Lee says food, at its best, tells a story. And the story he wants told with the meal he's whipping up for next week's White House state dinner is of the deep connection between the United States and its ally…
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