Home / US (page 1211)

US

Irked by Parkland Students, Pro-Gun Demonstrators Rally Across U.S.

On a fast and windy Saturday afternoon, a few hundred pro-gun activists gathered outside the Texas Capitol Building in Austin. The organizers arranged to spread awareness and information about their other rights of change, as the gun control movement has gained momentum after mass photography at Highland Parkland, Florida. "It really means a lot to see everyone here stand up …

Read More »

Trump Attack Comey in Tweetstorm, suggests ex-FBI director deserves "prison"

President Trump's wrath on Russia's investigation often manifests itself in insulted attacks, especially directed at former James Fire Director James B. Comey. (Jenny Starrs / Washington Post) President Trump attacked James B. Comey in a mood of twitter's Sunday morning, suggesting that the former FBI director deserves to be detained because he earned a number of his favorite theories and …

Read More »

Trump rages against Comey to believe that Clinton would win

President Trump beat out ex-FBI director James Comey again this weekend, this time assuming Hillary Clinton would pummel the former reality star in the presidential election. "I worked in a world where Hillary Clinton went to beat Donald Trump," told Comey for ABC News in an interview that broadcast Sunday evening. Comey acknowledged that it might have resulted in his …

Read More »

"March for Science" rally draws hundreds in Seattle

Seattle – Science of the Year was about more than science – it was about general education, domestic rights and national politics. "We have some concerns about where people in Washington DC are in science." US Representative Nancy Pelosi, D-California, said about 250 people gathered in Cal Anderson Park on a rainy Saturday morning. The collection was among dozens held …

Read More »

How bicycle clothes opened doors for women

I rushed to a 10-year meeting with the organization manager where I just started working. In an attempt to look less disheveled than usual, I had a tall red skirt. And I quickly cycled to get there on time. Articles published in partnership with Object Learning Read more Cycling became gradually harder the closer I got to work. Eventually, I …

Read More »

Snow arrives at Lincoln; whiteout winds down over much of Nebraska | Nebraska News

Lincoln kept the snow in arm's length longer than expected, but a storm that caused whiteout conditions over much of Nebraska finally swung to the capital Saturday afternoon. By that time, the powerful spring blizzard had constituted a large part of its energy that caused an accident to the northern and western parts of the state. Windswept snow-strenuous drivers, including …

Read More »

More snow, rain and wind to burst parts of U.S.

ATLANTA (Reuters) – Deadly spring storms that held tornadoes in the United States south and snowmills in the plain and midwest continue to burst across the Sunday Sunday with more snow, rain and wind that have closed airports and left thousands without power. The storm stretches from the Gulf Coast to the Midwest and moved into Northeast and New England …

Read More »

Asharoken residents want city officials to ban deer hunting

An Asharoken residents have called on officials to ban deer hunting in the village of the wake of a State Department for Environmental Protection Decisions to issue a deer protection permit for a resident to hunt deer on his or her property outside the hunting season. Nadine Dumser at a management meeting said that the condition threatens residents who may …

Read More »

David Buckel, prominent lawyer for gay rights, is burned to death in New York to protest against global warming

David Buckel burned to death in New York's Prospect Park on Saturday. (REUTERS / Jeff Zelevansky) A "green" activist who was a groundbreaking lawyer for gay and transgender rights – including in the infamous "Boys Do not Cry" rapist murder – committed suicide by stopping him on Saturday morning in Brooklyn Prospect Park in a grisly protest against the earth's …

Read More »