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No response as divers knock on capsized ship hull

Apr 16, 2021
Families anxiously awaited news of the 12 people missing from a capsized oil industry vessel Thursday while divers searching for survivors knocked on the ship's hull without response.

Wright's family wants stiffer charge for Minnesota ex-cop

Apr 16, 2021
Daunte Wright's family members joined with community leaders Thursday in calling for more serious charges against the white former police officer who fatally shot him, comparing her case to the murder charge brought against a Black officer who killed a white woman in nearby Minneapolis.

Honduran woman exits Utah church after 3 years in sanctuary

Apr 16, 2021
After over three years living in a Salt Lake City church to avoid being deported, Honduran immigrant Vicky Chavez stepped outside Thursday with tears in her eyes as church congregants and friends cheered, celebrating her newfound freedom.

Equal pay bill passed by House but faces long odds in Senate

Apr 16, 2021
House Democrats approved legislation Thursday that they say would help close the gap between what men and women are paid in the workplace, though the measure faces little chance of overcoming Republican opposition in the Senate.

Video: Chicago boy wasn't holding gun when shot by officer

Apr 16, 2021
Disturbing bodycam video released Thursday after public outcry over the Chicago police shooting of a 13-year-old boy shows the youth appearing to drop a handgun and begin raising his hands less than a second before an officer fires his gun and kills him.

The problem within: Biden targets lead pipes, pushes equity

Apr 15, 2021
Given short shrift by public officials for decades, the lead pipes snaking through Chicago and communities of every size from rural Maine to suburban California are in the national spotlight now as President Joe Biden pushes to spend $45 billion to replace every lead water pipe in the country as part of his big infrastructure package.

After union fight, Jeff Bezos to focus on Amazon workers

Apr 15, 2021
After a union battle at an Alabama warehouse, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said that as executive chairman he will focus on making the company a better place to work.

Chauvin won't testify at murder trial in Floyd's death

Apr 15, 2021
The defense at the murder trial of former Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd rested its case Thursday without putting Chauvin on the stand, presenting a total of two days of testimony to the prosecution’s two weeks.

Ex-Minnesota cop faces hearing in shooting of Daunte Wright

Apr 15, 2021
Black community leaders and family members of Daunte Wright are calling for more serious charges against a white police officer in Wright's death, comparing her case to the murder charge brought against a Black officer who killed a white woman in nearby Minneapolis.

Blinken in Afghanistan to sell Biden troop withdrawal

Apr 15, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan on Thursday to sell Afghan leaders and a wary public on President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw all American troops from the country and end America's longest war.