With Jalen Hurts under center for the Eagles and Patrick Mahomes helming the Chiefs, Sunday's game will mark a milestone after decades of effort by Black quarterbacks to overcome discrimination.
The president drew a clear distinction with House Republicans, baiting them into several moments of hectoring, while seemingly getting them to agree to not cut Social Security or Medicare.
The last time a new name appeared atop the NBA's all-time points rankings was in April 1984. LeBron James was born later that year.
New York City began mandating COVID-19 vaccines for municipal employees in July 2021. The mayor said more than 96% of city employees are vaccinated.
The Memphis officer stood over Tyre Nichols and took photographs, which he sent to other officers and a female acquaintance, according to documents released by the Tennessee's police standards panel.
The invitees include cancer survivors and their families, a veteran and his caregivers, a health care professional from a Navajo reservation, a Holocaust survivor and more.
Ticketmaster seems to be feeling pressure and making changes as Beyoncé tickets go on sale. While things appear to be running more smoothly so far, an economist says there's still cause for concern.
The State of The Union serves as a check-in with the President. But what can you learn from reading between the lines?
Cuban American icon Celia Cruz is being honored along with four other influential American women as part of the American Women Quarters Program.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus invited families that have lost loved ones at the hands of police to be their guests at the State of the Union.
President Biden will give Americans a progress report on his four-part Unity Agenda, which he announced at last year's State of the Union address.
"This is an awful situation that has caused unnecessary trauma for the impacted resident and her loved ones," the New York attorney general's office told NPR.
Facing a budget crunch, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is planning to raise the cost of applications. Attorneys say it could make green cards harder to obtain for working class immigrants.
Hispanic patients had a 40% higher risk of staph than white patients, a study found, and black patients are more at risk as well. The report outlines steps doctors can take to keep patients safer.
Experts say it's a nationwide problem, as older lawyers retire and younger ones opt for higher paying jobs.