August 12, 2021

Politics

Top Dem sees tough pathway for $3.5T social, climate plans

Hours after clinching an initial budget victory, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer conceded Wednesday that Democrats face a tough pathway to delivering a package surging $3.5 trillion into family, health and environment programs to President Joe Biden’s desk. Schumer, D-N.Y., made the remarks after the Senate approved a budget resolution outlining Democrat’s 10-year plan for

Arts & Culture

30th Annual Sedona Arts Festival Showcases Over 100 Juried Artists

From Oct. 9-10, Sedona’s oldest and largest premier arts event will feature nationally acclaimed artists and a new beer and wine garden. Held against the backdrop of Sedona’s breathtaking red rock vistas, the Sedona Arts Festival will present its 30th annual fine art festival on Saturday, Oct. 9 and Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021. Attracting artists from

Population Changes

New census data expected to reveal a more diverse America

Almost 120 years ago, African American domestic workers settled in the Como neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, where they held Fourth of July parades, patronized shops on Horne Street and lived for several generations in what seemed like a small town within the big city. But many young families started moving away at the end

International

US keeping distance as Afghan forces face Taliban rout

Afghan government forces are collapsing even faster than U.S. military leaders thought possible just a few months ago when President Joe Biden ordered a full withdrawal. But there’s little appetite at the White House, the Pentagon or among the American public for trying to stop the rout and it probably is too late to do

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