The new program aims to diversify the pipeline of students interested in careers in sports medicine and the medical staff of NFL clubs.
The Olympian says she was forced to take medication that "tortured" her in order to compete against other female runners due to regulations.
The order will establish a national registry of officers who have been fired for misconduct and will encourage state and local law enforcement to tighten restrictions on the use of force.
Murphy, who was elected shortly before the mass killing of 20 children in his home state, Connecticut ripped Republicans for focusing on mental health not easy access to guns.
Mottley who appears on one of five global covers is described as a “bold and fearless icon who possesses great intellect and wit.”
The victories of Cheri Beasley of North Carolina and Charles Booker of Kentucky make them the first African American nominees for their respective states.
The federal lawsuit filed on Tuesday alleges “overt bigotry and animosity by some white students and teachers against African American students.”
Fred Miller, an Air Force veteran, purchased a home in southern Virginia unaware of its connection to his family's history.
In wake of the mass shooting that took 10 lives and injured three others in Buffalo, the president visited the city Tuesday to speak on the matter.
The 31-year-old basketball player has been in custody for nearly three months after being detained at a Moscow airport when vape cartridges with cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage.
Aaron Salter Jr., a veteran of the Buffalo Police Department who worked as security at Tops supermarket was one of ten people killed in the racially motivated attack at the store on Saturday.
The funds will assist undergraduate students at Cornell from underserved and underrepresented communities and graduate students who attended Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Frank James is accused of setting off smoke bombs and opening fire on fellow passengers inside a subway car in Brooklyn.
Cook was confirmed 51-50, with Vice President Kamla Harris casting the tiebreaking vote
The "Ethical Returns Policy" is being implemented at a time when many cultural institutions are being forced to reckon with the colonial histories that have shaped their collections.
If the campaign is successful, the abolitionist will be the first woman to be honored with a federal holiday.
The 1974 murder of Mrs. Alberta King is not as widely known as the murder of her late civil rights leader son, which took place just six years before in 1968.
Deon January's son , DeAndre Morrow was one of six people killed when a tornado slammed into an Amazon facility in Edwardsville,Illinois causing the building to partially collapse.