MAGA Crowd Praises Trump’s Endorsing J.D. Vance: ‘The Right Choice!’

Former President Donald Trump’s most ardent supporters of “America First” policies are praising his endorsement of best-selling author J.D. Vance, a national populist, in the Ohio Republican Senate primary race. Vance, whose best-selling memoir Hillbilly Elegy was adapted into a movie in 2020, received Trump’s “complete and total endorsement” in the crowded race that also includes … Read more

Coatesville, Pa. robotics club prepares for FTC World Championship

COATESVILLE, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — The Coatesville-based club, Out of the Box Robotics, is a part of the nationwide First Tech Challenge Program. The kids are in charge of designing, building, and finally programming their robot to complete a given task. The club recently was the recipient of the Inspire Award, which is the highest award … Read more

Some state lawmakers calling it quits, can’t afford to serve

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — When trying to decide whether to seek a fourth term in the Connecticut House of Representatives, Rep. Joe de la Cruz ran the question by his wife, who he jokingly refers to as his lawyer and financial advisor. While Tammy de la Cruz didn’t want to discourage her 51-year-old husband from … Read more

Instagram account on iPhone dropped at murder scene leads to suspect, PA official says

A dropped iPhone led officials to answers about a August 2021 murder. Getty Images/iStockphoto A dropped iPhone led to charges in a death from August 2021 in Pennsylvania, the district attorney announced in a news release on April 14. Hakeem Montes, an 18-year-old from Chester, has been charged in the Aug. 7 murder of 19-year-old … Read more

Where Indiana’s red flag law stands one year after FedEx shooting

INDIANAPOLIS – Since the FedEx shooting one year ago, questions have been raised about Indiana’s red flag law and how it’s used and enforced. Indiana became the second state in the nation to pass a red flag law in 2005 after the death of IMPD officer Jake Laird. The law is meant to prevent anyone … Read more

‘We couldn’t imagine how the world let this happen’: Nadia’s journey from Bucha to Ireland

IN SUMMER, NADIA Melnychuk took yoga classes in a local park. During the pandemic, she and her husband moved from their country’s capital city to a suburban town with greenery and fresh air – a town called Bucha. Soon, that town would be internationally known for scenes of devastation and horror. Less than five kilometres … Read more

Here’s how Canadians can navigate travel in the age of Omicron

After a sustained pandemic-induced dip in air travel, Canadians are slowly starting to board flights again. International arrivals are up compared to last year, Statistics Canada data shows, although still significantly below pre-pandemic levels. While people are on the move, the country is staring down a sixth wave of COVID-19 infections — driven by the … Read more