President Joe Biden rescinds Donald Trump ban on diversity training about systemic racism President Joe Biden rescinds Donald Trump ban on diversity training about systemic racism

Biden rescinded Trump executive order restricting diversity training on systemic racism and critical race theory by federal government, contractors       

yesterday, 22:10
'She is amazing': A New Jersey woman beat COVID-19, then turned 110 'She is amazing': A New Jersey woman beat COVID-19, then turned 110

Hilda Brown received 110 roses last week. After beating a coronavirus infection, the oldest person living on the Jersey Shore earned them.        

yesterday, 19:09
Janet Yellen, poised to become the first female Treasury chief, may be a calming influence in a divided Washington Janet Yellen, poised to become the first female Treasury chief, may be a calming influence in a divided Washington

Janet Yellen is poised to become the first woman to head the U.S. Treasury this week, a centrist who could bridge the economic divide in Washington.       

January 25, 2021, 19:14
As transgender troop ban gets reversed, LGBTQ community hopeful for Biden's years to come As transgender troop ban gets reversed, LGBTQ community hopeful for Biden's years to come

Following Donald Trump's time in office, the LGBTQ community is optimistic about restoration and advancement of rights under President Joe Biden.        

January 25, 2021, 21:18
What to know about abolitionist hero Harriet Tubman and the effort to get her on the $20 bill What to know about abolitionist hero Harriet Tubman and the effort to get her on the $20 bill

What to know about abolitionist Harriet Tubman, who is set to replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.        

yesterday, 19:40
Southwest will ban emotional support animals in March, joining American, United, Delta Southwest will ban emotional support animals in March, joining American, United, Delta

The airline will only accept trained service dogs beginning March 1. Passengers who want to bring small dogs or cats onboard will have to pay a fee.      

yesterday, 0:51
'Like a bomb went off': 1 dead, at least 30 injured after tornado rips through parts of Alabama 'Like a bomb went off': 1 dead, at least 30 injured after tornado rips through parts of Alabama

A teen huddled in his family's basement died after a tornado tore through Fultondale, an Alabama city north of Birmingham, on Monday night.        

yesterday, 18:39
What we know about the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash, one year later What we know about the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash, one year later

The facts surrounding the crash that killed Bryant and eight others are known, and on Feb. 9, the NTSB is set to release a report on the cause.        

January 25, 2021, 15:21
Target drops Chaokoh coconut milk after PETA's allegations of forced monkey labor, follows Costco Target drops Chaokoh coconut milk after PETA's allegations of forced monkey labor, follows Costco

Target is the latest retailer to drop Chaokoh coconut milk following a PETA investigation accusing Thai suppliers of using monkeys as forced labor.       

January 25, 2021, 22:28
Judge in George Floyd trial denies request to use 16 past incidents as evidence against former Minneapolis police officers Judge in George Floyd trial denies request to use 16 past incidents as evidence against former Minneapolis police officers

A judge will not allow prosecutors at trial to present 16 incidents involving the former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death.        

today, 0:41