Sunday, February 28, 2021

Smoky Artwork by Judy Chicago at Desert Zoo Is Canceled

Two years ago, the arts organization Desert X in Palm Springs, Calif., canceled a Jenny Holzer light projection to be shown on a local...

FDA Approves Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Vaccine For COVID-19

The Food and Drug Administration approved Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use on Saturday, the third such vaccine available for use in...

Covid Vaccines: Johnson & Johnson’s shot authorized by F.D.A.

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday authorized Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use, beginning the rollout of millions...

GOP Congressman Skips COVID-19 Relief Vote To Speak At White Nationalist...

Rep. Paul Gosar, a Republican from Arizona, spoke Friday night at a far-right extremist rally organized by white nationalist figurehead Nick Fuentes while his...

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes: CPAC Reveals A GOP Fixated On ‘Cultural Grievance’...

MSNBC host Chris Hayes said that this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference showed that the current Republican Party appeared to be more fixated on...

Manatee Deaths Are Spiking In Florida

Recorded manatee deaths in Florida are more than double what they were at this time last year, numbers that are alarming conservationists and lovers...

My son’s in the vehicle!’ mom screamed before son, 8, leapt...

After the SUV moved 20 feet, the woman was run over by its back tire, but she continued to chase it as it...

Lawrence Otis Graham, 59, Dies; Explored Race and Class in Black...

Lawrence Otis Graham was born in Manhattan on Dec. 25, 1961, the son of Richard Graham, a real estate developer, and Betty (Walker) Graham,...

Trump Restarts Fundraising Ahead Of His CPAC Visit

ORLANDO, Fla. ― Former President Donald Trump has launched a new website for his political “leadership” committee that will allow him to convert his...

10 Death Row Inmates In Oklahoma Could Get New Trials

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — As many as 10 death row inmates in Oklahoma, more than one-fifth of the state’s prisoners condemned to die, could...