Michigan primary 2024: Nikki Haley remains in the race despite Trump’s South Carolina win

TROY, Michigan (AP) – Republican presidential candidate nikki haley says that despite this it is not “the end of our story” Donald Trump’s An easy primary victory in South Carolina, his home state where the one-time governor has long suggested would see him compete with the former president. Rejecting calls from South Carolina Republicans to … Read more

31,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed since start of Russian invasion

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) – President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky 31,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in action in the two years since Russia’s attack, it said on Sunday full scale attack, Zelensky said the number was much lower than estimates given by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government. “31,000 Ukrainian military personnel have been killed in … Read more

Oaths, pledges change for political officials in polarized America

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The resignation letter was short and direct. “I can no longer take the oath to uphold Ohio’s new Constitution,” Sabrina Warner wrote in her letter announcing her resignation from the state Republican Central Committee. This was just days after Ohio voters Strong approval An amendment to the state constitution last November … Read more

Video: Oklahoma non-binary teen after attack in school bathroom

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – A 16-year-old Oklahoma student who died the day after a fight Three girls were conscious and alert when they told police they were attacked after the teen sprayed her with water in the high school bathroom, according to police video released Friday. Nex Benedict’s mother called police to come to the … Read more

Kayakers paddle in Death Valley after rain floods the lake

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) – Kayakers are sailing in one of the driest place on earth A series of record rains followed a storm in California’s Death Valley and Manly Lake filled up again. Park ranger Nicole Endler said Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park, which runs along part of central California’s … Read more

Alabama justice sparks church-state debate in IVF embryo decision

When the Alabama Supreme Court ruled Frozen embryo is considered a child Under state law, its chief justice had a superior authority in the mind of the state. By citing verses from the Bible and Christian apologists in his concurring opinion, Chief Justice Tom Parker alarmed church-state separation advocates while pleasing religious conservatives who oppose … Read more