Black people in the United States are trailing white people in critical areas, including wealth, education, social justice, health and civic engagement, the National Urban League said in its annual report released on Tuesday.
Two Americans, including a former executive of the oil company Citgo, were back in the United States on Wednesday after being released from prison in Venezuela, just days after a high-level U.S. delegation met with President Nicolas Maduro.
One day physicians may be able to look at an African American’s skin color and, with the help of other determinants, know if prescribing vitamin D supplements would lower that person’s risk of getting cancers of the prostate, colon, rectum or breast.
Members of the San Carlos Apache tribe in Arizona said they have sued the Trump Administration to block a pending land swap that would give Rio Tinto the land it needs to build its Resolution Copper project.
They can check you in and deliver orange juice to your hotel room, answer your questions about a missing package, whip up sushi and pack up thousands of subscription boxes. And, perhaps most importantly, they are completely immune to COVID-19. While people have had a hard time in the coronavirus pandemic, robots are having a moment.
US health care workers and others recommended for the nation’s first COVID-19 inoculations could start getting shots within a day or two of regulatory consent next month, a top official of the government’s vaccine development effort said.