Another Summit for Democracy pointless: Quincy Institute2023-03-29
The United States is co-hosting the second Summit for Democracy later this week, which seems unlikely to accomplish anything useful, reported Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft on Monday.
3 children, 3 adults dead in U.S. elementary school shooting, shooter killed by police2023-03-28
Three children and three adults died after a shooting at an elementary school in Nashville, the U.S. state of Tennessee, on Monday.
TikTok CEO defends data policies2023-03-25
TikTok's chief executive Shou Zi Chew appeared on Thursday at the US House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing, where lawmakers questioned him about China's influence and data privacy.
U.S. Los Angeles area hit by strongest tornado since 19832023-03-24
Los Angeles area was hit by a rare tornado on Wednesday, the strongest one to impact LA Metro area since March 1983, according to the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS).
Gender, racial equality still long way off in U.S. science, engineering jobs: Nature2023-03-24
Despite some gains by women and people of colour, most of the science and engineering positions across the United States are still taken by white males, Nature, a reputed scientific journal, has reported.
U.S. propaganda hides truth of Iraq's war: Al Jazeera columnists2023-03-24
U.S. propaganda hides truth of Iraq's war: Al Jazeera columnists
U.S. sociologist: Government policy helps the rich, hurts the poor2023-03-23
Over 11 percent of the U.S. population, about one in nine people, lived below the federal poverty line in 2021, but Princeton sociologist Matthew Desmond said neither that statistic, nor the federal poverty line itself, encapsulate the full picture of economic insecurity in America, reported National Public Radio (NPR) on Tuesday.
202303236ba3e58fa1474bf5acb4e816.jpg Dow sinks 530 points after Fed rate hike2023-03-23
Dow sinks 530 points after Fed rate hike
US probably heads for recession: Fortune2023-03-23
The US Federal Reserve, its central banking system, has to decide whether to raise interest rates to fight inflation or keep them low to help the economy, but it might be too late to avoid a recession. JPMorgan strategists think that a soft landing is unlikely.
20 years on, most Americans say Iraq invasion was wrong decision: Axios2023-03-21
Two decades after the United States invaded Iraq, 61 percent of Americans do not believe the country made the right decision by invading Iraq, according to a new Axios/Ipsos poll.
America has learned little about stopping Asian hate: San Francisco Chronicle2023-03-21
It's been two years since a mass shooting in the Atlanta area shocked the United States and thrust to the national forefront what many Asian Americans already knew: They were not immune to racism, and they were targets in a wave of violent hate that rose alongside the COVID pandemic, reported San Francisco Chronicle on Sunday.
2023031979998dc03eab42c08d2ec4f0.jpg U.S., Europe in bank turbulence, triggering fears globally2023-03-20
U.S., Europe in bank turbulence, triggering fears globally
202303208a54195b4ee843d99e7dc120.jpg Anti-war rallies take place in southern California 20 years after U.S. invasion of Iraq2023-03-20
Anti-war organizations held rallies in Los Angeles and San Diego on Saturday in the run-up to the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, which started on March 20, 2003.
Corporate greed makes so many things running off rails in U.S.: Oxfam2023-03-18
Events such as trains derailing and banks failing are not accidents of nature in the United States, they happen when corporations and the ultrawealthy are allowed to behave recklessly with people's lives and world, reported global poverty-reducing organization Oxfam on Thursday.
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