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IndyCar driver Robert Wickens drives a race car for the first time since his paralyzing crash
IndyCar Series driver Robert Wickens has experienced a lot in the past three years: a paralyzing crash in 2018, regaining strength to have his first dance at his wedding in 2019, and returning to the racetrack -- virtually -- in 2020. Now, in 2021, he has just driven a real race car for the first time since his accident.
Opinion: How to talk to insurrectionists and conspiracy theorists
A recently unclassified summary by US intelligence agencies has warned that as misinformation swirls over the November election, America could be in for more unrest and violence of the sort we saw at the US Capitol on Jan. 6. That looming danger has generated much debate about what the government and social media companies can do to mitigate this violence and the dangerous polarization that drives it.
Lawyers for family of Andrew Brown Jr. ask district attorney to recuse himself
Attorneys for the family of a North Carolina man fatally shot by deputies have called for a local district attorney to recuse himself from the case, citing "well-defined" conflicts between the prosecutor and the sheriff's office.
Louisiana unveils civil rights markers honoring the courage of activists
"Courage over oppression" is the message the Louisiana Office of Tourism is pressing into with the installation of historical markers memorializing significant locations that were crucial to the Civil Rights Movement around the state.
Ethiopian Orthodox Church Patriarch condemns Tigray 'genocide'
The head of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church has condemned his own country's rulers in a video recorded by the director of a US-based charity, saying "they want to destroy the people of Tigray" with actions of "the highest brutality and cruelty."