Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving compared his decision to sit out games during the regular season due to New York City’s coronavirus vaccine mandate to martyrdom.
The report, published Thursday, revealed several accusations leveled by players at Texas Southern that included inappropriate remarks made by Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, including sexual references and shaming players’ physical appearances.
Former Vice President Mike Pence hopes the conservative justices on the Supreme Court have the “courage of their convictions” to strike down Roe v. Wade abortion ruling.
The White House on Thursday declined to encourage abortion activists to avoid protesting at the private residences of Supreme Court justices as outrage over a leaked order overturning Roe v. Wade grows.
The Department of Justice announced the creation of a new Office of Environmental Justice on Thursday that will serve as a “central hub” for the department’s efforts to advance its “comprehensive environmental justice enforcement strategy.”
Detectives have confirmed she was a British pensioner aged 80 and said they are treating it as a murder. A man and woman have been arrested by police.
The fast-track service offered by the Passport Office is taking £147 payments from Brits as they struggle to get their travel documents renewed – without offering them a booking or reply.
Boris Johnson has cast his own ballot in Westminster as Tories anxiously wait to assess the damage from the Downing Street scandal.
As several international sports federations ban athletes from Russia and Belarus, the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) stands opposed to scrutinizing individuals for the decisions of their country.
A federal judge ruled that minor leaguers are year-round employees who work during training time and found Major League Baseball violated Arizona state minimum wage law and is liable for triple damages.