Dems rally around abortion. Are they reaching Black voters?

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Facing critical races for governor and U.S. Senate, Democratic hopefuls in Wisconsin are hoping that their support for abortion rights in the face of a Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade can overcome the headwinds of a midterm election long expected to favor Republicans. But there’s one key group their… Continue reading Dems rally around abortion. Are they reaching Black voters?

Mike McDaniel letting Dolphins’ running back competition play out in training camp

The Miami Dolphins’ run game will be a critical component of the team’s success offensively, and it still remains somewhat of a mystery how coach Mike McDaniel will split touches with his running backs. McDaniel has one of the league’s deeper backfields that will figure to play out like a committee. The Dolphins signed running… Continue reading Mike McDaniel letting Dolphins’ running back competition play out in training camp

Milpitas community briefs for the week of Aug. 12

Free health fair Bay Area Community Health (BACH) is hosting a free Ohana Health Fair Saturday, Aug. 13, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Newark Community Center, 35501 Cedar Blvd. Ohana means “family” in Hawaiian. Community members will learn about BACH’s services at resource booths staffed by service providers, health experts and community partners. In addition… Continue reading Milpitas community briefs for the week of Aug. 12

SUNDAY SHOWERS AND STORMS

Happy Sunday, South Florida! Hopefully everyone had a great start to the weekend! Our Saturday started off a bit on the wetter side with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms across South Florida. But by the afternoon, most of the activity had shifted towards the Gulf coast, which meant that the southeast coast saw a drier… Continue reading SUNDAY SHOWERS AND STORMS

Senators put bipartisan pressure on Biden to designate Russia a state sponsor of terrorism

By Aaron Pellish, CNN A bipartisan pair of senators has called on the Biden administration to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism in response to its invasion of Ukraine, saying they would push Congress to pass a bill issuing the designation “whether or not” it had President Joe Biden‘s support. Democratic Sen. Richard… Continue reading Senators put bipartisan pressure on Biden to designate Russia a state sponsor of terrorism

9 injured in overnight shooting in downtown Cincinnati

(CNN) — At least nine people were injured in a shooting in downtown Cincinnati early Sunday, police said. The shooting happened shortly before 2 a.m. ET in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, Assistant Police Chief Michael John of the Cincinnati Police Department said at a news conference. Multiple shots were fired into a large crowd, John said.… Continue reading 9 injured in overnight shooting in downtown Cincinnati

El presidente Joe Biden sale oficialmente del aislamiento tras el rebote del caso covid-19

Juan Pablo Elverdin (CNN) — El presidente Joe Biden fue oficialmente autorizado a salir del aislamiento este domingo después de una segunda prueba negativa de covid-19, anunció su médico. “Esta mañana, la prueba del antígeno del SARS-CoV-2 del presidente fue negativa por segundo día consecutivo”, escribió el médico presidencial Kevin O’Connor en una nota este… Continue reading El presidente Joe Biden sale oficialmente del aislamiento tras el rebote del caso covid-19

Parkland shooter’s prosecutor had bloody facts on his side

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The prosecutor seeking to sentence Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz to death let the facts speak for themselves as he presented his case: terrifying witness accounts; heartrending statements from parents and spouses; chilling surveillance videos; gruesome autopsy and crime scene photos; and, as a capstone, Thursday’s jury walk-through of the… Continue reading Parkland shooter’s prosecutor had bloody facts on his side

Non-attorneys practicing law? Colorado eyes new legal license for divorce, child custody cases

Colorado might soon see a new legal profession. The Colorado Supreme Court is considering whether to create a new legal license that would allow non-attorneys to practice some limited areas of family law. The controversial proposal would create a new “licensed legal paraprofessional” position: licensed experts allowed to represent clients in some divorce and child… Continue reading Non-attorneys practicing law? Colorado eyes new legal license for divorce, child custody cases

US Secretary of State Blinken in South Africa on Africa tour

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken began his three-nation tour of Africa with his arrival in South Africa on Sunday. Blinken’s visit to Africa is seen as part of a competition between Russia and Western powers for support from African countries over the war in Ukraine. Blinken’s trip to Africa follows recent… Continue reading US Secretary of State Blinken in South Africa on Africa tour