In crucial Senate races in Pennsylvania, North Carolina and elsewhere in 2022, the Democratic coalition that came together to elect President Biden is fracturing again along racial, gender and generational lines.
The new Republican cuts target the extra $300 in weekly payments that millions of Americans have received in addition to their unemployment checks. The White House has said it does not believe the federal benefits have created a significant crunch in the labor market.
Capt. Kristen Griest, who made history in 2015 as one of the first two women to graduate from the Army’s famously difficult Ranger School, has watched with concern as her service began revising its new combat fitness test.
The Long March husk, at 21 metric tons and almost 100 feet long, was one of the largest objects to ever reenter Earth’s atmosphere on an uncontrolled trajectory. There were no immediate reports of damage.
A crew of about 60 will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday to tally the ballots by hand, a method three gubernatorial contenders demanded amid fears that vote-counting software the party was considering could be rigged against them.
A global ecosystem of artists has penetrated the once-niche space of non-fungible token (NFTs), prompted by passion and curiosity. Most aren’t raking in millions or leading major sales. But many are making a decent living — ditching side gigs and supporting families — all by selling art in a form most of us hadn’t even heard of until the Beeple sale.