Few Americans say conservatives can speak freely on college campuses, an AP-NORC/UChicago poll shows
Americans view college campuses as far friendlier to liberals than to conservatives when it comes to free speech, with adults across the political spectrum seeing less tolerance for those on the right, according to a new poll.
Donald Trump says he'll be in court for a New York trial scrutinizing his business practicesWith control over some of his most prized real estate holdings in jeopardy, former President Donald Trump says he will make a rare, voluntary trip to court in New York on Monday for the start of a civil trial in a lawsuit that already has resulted in a judge ruling that he committed fraud in his business dealings.
New UN migration chief says private sector 'desperate' to take migrants despite negative narrativeThe new head of the U.N.'s migration agency said Monday that the private sector is "desperate" for their countries to take in migrants to mop up labor shortages, especially in the West -- endeavoring to steer a narrative away from reticence and suspicion about migrants in many parts of the world.
California governor names Laphonza Butler, former Kamala Harris adviser, to Feinstein Senate seatCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has selected Laphonza Butler, a Democratic strategist and adviser to Kamala Harris' 2020 presidential campaign, to fill the U.S. Senate seat made vacant by the death of Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Top European diplomats meet in Kyiv to support Ukraine as signs of strain show among alliesSome of Europe's top diplomats gathered Monday in Kyiv in a display of support for Ukraine's fight against Russia's invasion as signs emerge of political strain in Europe and the United States over the 19-month-old war.
Nobel in medicine goes to 2 scientists whose work enabled creation of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19Two scientists won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discoveries that enabled the development of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 and could be used in the future to create other shots.
Mexico's rescue and drug-sniffing dogs start out at the army's puppy kindergartenPuppies that one day will become rescue dogs, or sniffer dogs for drugs or explosives, get their basic training at Mexico's Army and Air Force Canine Production Center. The puppies are born and spend their first four months at the facility, before being sent to military units around the country for more specialized training.
Armenian exodus from Nagorno-Karabakh ebbs as Azerbaijan moves to reaffirm controlThe last bus carrying ethnic Armenians from Nagorno-Karabakh left the region Monday, completing a grueling weeklong exodus of over 100,000 people -- more than 80% of its residents -- after Azerbaijan reclaimed the area in a lightning military operation.
Government shutdown averted with little time to spareThe threat of a federal government shutdown ended late Saturday, hours before a midnight deadline, as Congress approved a temporary funding bill to keep agencies open and sent the measure to President Joe Biden to sign.
When Kula needed water to stop wildfire, it got a trickle. Many other US cities are also vulnerableThe lack of backup power for critical pumps seriously hindered firefighting in Kula, county water director John Stufflebean told The Associated Press. Once the winds knocked out electricity, pumps were unable to push water up into tanks and reservoirs that were key to maintaining pressure.
The Dianne Feinstein they knew: Women of the Senate remember a tireless fighter and a true friendWhen Washington Sen. Patty Murray received a call early Friday morning that Sen. Dianne Feinstein had died, she immediately started calling her fellow female senators.
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