Ebony Bates was physically assaulted by Rite Aid pharmacist Richmond Muraguri. This assault resulted in severe injury to Bates’ right thumb.
The ‘Rise Up NYC’ concert series, set amidst the backdrop of a city known for its vitality and resilience, is an opportunity to celebrate the unity, culture, and diverse musical heritage of New York City.
In an extraordinary wave of financial liberation, the sum of $39 billion in loans has evaporated for more than 800,000 dedicated borrowers who have been entwined in the grip of repayment for two long decades or more. Like a financial lifeline thrown to those floundering in a sea of debt, over the course of a mere two years, relief has been granted to over 3 million borrowers, totaling a staggering $116 billion rescue package.
The FDA’s approval of over-the-counter Opill triggers deep-seated concerns from a pro-life perspective. This article presents an in-depth analysis of this landmark decision, considering its profound implications for the value we ascribe to potential life.
Detroit’s Grow Detroit’s Young Talent (GDYT) summer jobs program, now in its ninth year, continues to provide critical career experiences for the city’s youth. With the highest participation rate since its inception, the program celebrates the creation of its 70,000th summer job experience.
Despite Judge Wall’s dismissal of the Randle v. City of Tulsa case, the legal team, led by Schulte Roth & Zabel and Damario Solomon-Simmons, continues to seek justice for the survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Their fight focuses on the enduring racial and economic disparities that exist in Tulsa’s Black community as a direct consequence of the massacre.
New York City’s streets are set for a dramatic transformation as the Adams administration announces a bold dual-phase initiative aimed at securing trash and taming the city’s infamous rat population.
The lights of the downtown Pittsburgh skyline glimmer in the early evening twilight as a crisp breeze sweeps along the Allegheny River. This city, forever...