Not a Matter of 'If,' but 'When': Redskins Name and Mascot Change May Come Before '20 Season
A poster for the "Change the Mascot" campaign is seen prior to a press conference by the Oneida Indian Nation leaders on Capitol Hill in Washington back in 2024. (Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images)
The franchise began using the Redskins nickname in 1933, when it was based in Boston and previously called the Braves. Team owner George Preston Marshall moved the club to Washington in 1937. [Full Story]
Bid to Change MLK Landmark's Rebel Name Has Critics in Selma
Thousands gathered in this river city in 1940 to dedicate a new bridge in honor of white supremacist Edmund Pettus, a Confederate general and reputed Ku Klux Klan leader. Just 25 years later, the bridge became a global landmark when civil rights marchers were beaten at its...... [Full Story]
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Horowitz's 'Blitz' Makes NY Times Bestseller List
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Trump Credits Law and Order Stance With Ending Statue Destruction, Seattle CHOP
President Donald Trump credited his executive order issued a week ago [Full Story]
CDC Back at Forefront as Coronavirus Cases Spike
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have come back into [Full Story]
Report: GOP Eyes Tucker Carlson for 2024 White House Bid
Top Republican Party strategists are buzzing about Fox News host [Full Story]
As Asylum Claims Plummet, It May Actually Cost Immigration Officials Their Jobs
Nearly 70% of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services [Full Story]
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US Finally Ready to Take Back Its Supply Chain From China
The U.S. and China appear headed for a nasty divorce as Washington [Full Story] |
Professors Hesitant to Return to College Campuses Amid Pandemic
College professors across the country have told administrators they [Full Story]
July Fourth Will Test Americans' Discipline
The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and [Full Story]
MLB Cancels 2020 All-Star Game
The best players in baseball wont meet up in an All-Star Game this [Full Story]
China Sends Protest, Propaganda Enforcer to Oversee Hong Kong
Hong Kong protesters will have to look out for a new official, one [Full Story]
Putin Orders Amendments Extending His Rule into Constitution
President Vladimir Putin on Friday ordered amendments that would [Full Story]
Washington Redskins Announce 'Thorough Review' of Team Name
The Washington Redskins are undergoing a "thorough review" of [Full Story] |
Over 100 UW Frat House Residents Test Positive for Coronavirus
More than 100 students at the University of Washington who live in [Full Story]
Kroger Supplies Employees With Take-Home Coronavirus Test Kits
Kroger employees will receive free at-home coronavirus tests. [Full Story]
Herman Cain Hospitalized With COVID-19
Newsmax TV contributor Herman Cain was admitted to a hospital [Full Story]
SDNY Public Corruption Unit Overseeing Ghislaine Maxwell Case
The case against Jeffrey Epsteins former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell [Full Story]
Newsweek Columnists: Trump Could Lose Election, Remain President
President Donald Trump could remain President even if he is defeated [Full Story]
Study: Hydroxychloroquine Helps Coronavirus Patients Survive
A new study reveals that hydroxychloroquine doubled the survival rate of patients hospitalized with COVID-19. Doctors at Henry Ford Health System in Southeast Michigan said that 26% of patients who did not receive the antimalarial drug died compared to 13% of patients... [Full Story]
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