County attorney says charges likely Wednesday in Daunte Wright shooting
Police fire dispersants into a crowd of protesters outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department on Sunday evening, April 11, 2021, in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. (Jeff Wheeler/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
Remote villages receive vaccine in Washington
Holden Village resident Krista Mathistad, center, is about to receive a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine administered by paramedic Mistaya Johnston on a porch of their community building on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Behind Mathistad are others who have been vaccinated or waiting for their vaccine. (Amanda Snyder/The Seattle Times/TNS)
Bill to allow homeless people broad use of public spaces in Oregon dies in committee
The need for greater funding to serve those who are homeless is undisputed and voters' desire to help is clear. Unfortunately, the ballot measure in front of voters offers no commitments about how many people will be helped or how it will be spent, the editorial board writes. (Beth Nakamura/The Oregonian/TNS)
Penn Museum apologizes for its ‘unethical’ collection of human skulls and says it will repatriate remains of Black Philadelphians and others
Jake Nussbaum, a Penn grad student with Police Free Penn, and VanJessica Gladney, right, a Penn grad student with the Penn & Slavery Project, attend a rally last Thursday demanding that the Penn Museum repatriate skulls held by the Morton skull collection. (Tom Gralish/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
Press Conference About the Introduction of Burn Pit Legislation
JON STEWART speaks at a press conference on April 13, 2021, in Washington D.C., about the introduction of the Presumptive Benefits for War Fighters Exposed to Burn Pits and Other Toxins Act in Congress. The legislation would remove the 'burden of proof' from veterans with diseases linked to burn pits, and make it easier for them to access Veterans Affairs benefits. (Michael Brochstein/ZUMA Wire/TNS)
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