Some 750,000 households could be evicted across the United States before the end of the year, Goldman Sachs estimates.
Precedent suggests that colleges can mandate vaccinations, but not every COVID-19 shot has received full authorisation.
After rapid Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, Afghans across the US work to support their diaspora community.
With employers scrambling to fill job openings, Gen Z teens are stepping into the breach.
Some hope Chauvin sentence will spur reform as they wish he had received more than 22.5 years for Floyd murder.
Ex-police officer, who put his knee to George Floyd’s neck for nine and a half minutes, to hear sentence for murder.
Some residents see the move to declare Juneteenth a holiday as tokenistic as others see a sign of hope.
After police killed Black men in Minneapolis and Brooklyn Center, local officials approached reforms differently.
On the anniversary of Floyd’s murder, amid celebration, a community is still processing the pain of his death.
As the world marks one year since Floyd’s death at the hands of the police, activists say change is slow to materialise.