A U.S. Army Cavalry Scout breaks down every piece of gear he carries in his "72-hour bag," including weapons, field rations, and radio components.
Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Ohio are among the crucial races that will determine whether Democrats retain their control of the US Senate or Republicans return to power.
Insider spoke to the wife of the Georgian oil tanker captain who refused to give fuel to the Russian ship while saying: "Glory to Ukraine!"
Romney called out the "shortsightedness of 'America First,'" and wryly referenced a 2012 debate moment between him and then-President Obama.
Walker, a Trump-endorsed US Senate candidate, chided both Kemp and Perdue for having "sour grapes" while speaking to a group of students.
Had the prosecution at the state trial introduced aspects of racial bias, it would have "complicated" the murder case, legal experts told Insider.
The man who fatally shot Arbery once texted that he loved his job because no Black people worked there, jurors heard.
At the time, Russia said it was withdrawing but soon after had troops and tanks enter Georgia and advance across the country.
Avelo entered the New Haven market hoping to lure travelers with the convenience of a small airport vs traveling to New York City or Hartford.
Critics told Vice News that the bills "feel like political peddling" and are a way to secure police votes for GOP lawmakers.
Police in 2013 found Kendrick Johnson, 17, dead in a rolled-up gym mat at his high school, prompting authorities to open an investigation.
The US has never had a Black female governor. Stacey Abrams and five other women are trying to change that.
Georgia farmer Wayne Swanson details the conservation practices and sustainable farming plans for the developing Black-centric town of Freedom.
Fani Willis, a Georgia district attorney, called for FBI to provide "protective resources" after "security concerns were escalated."
One former worker was told to repay $28,000 in unemployment benefits, WXIA reported. "That's half my year's salary," she said.
The artwork features a rainbow with the words "Gay is OK" underneath an umbrella, according to NBC affiliate WXIA-TV.
Students were told to write to President Andrew Jackson as a settler explaining why "removing the Cherokee will help the United States grow and prosper."
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