America's Latin

Latin America’s COVID death toll surpasses 1.5 million

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Latin America’s death toll from COVID-19 surpassed 1.5 million Friday, according to an AFP tally drawn from official figures. The toll is at least 1,500,350 deaths, with more than 45 million cases of the virus recorded. Brazil in particular surpassed 600,000 deaths on Friday, the second hardest hit country after the…

Academia America's

My Hero Academia: America’s Top Hero Collides With A Freed Shigaraki

Warning! Spoilers ahead for My Hero Academia chapter 329! The top American hero in My Hero Academia, Star and Stripe, just confronted the long-awaited Tomura Shigaraki who apparently is no longer possessed by his master All For One. This is the first time that readers have seen Shigaraki since All For One took control of his…

America's Redbox

Redbox Plus, America’s Top Dumpster Rental Service Announces The Opening Of Their New Location At San Antonio West Tx

If you’re always on the go, it’s likely that at some point in time you will need a place to get rid of your spare items. With the mission to lessen litter and keep communities clean, Redbox+ has launched a campaign offering affordable waste management solutions.There’s one thing they don’t have in San Antonio West…

America's Religion

The News Is America’s New Religion, and We’re in a Religious War

The News Is America’s New Religion, and We’re in a Religious War

America's Hunger

America’s hunger problem persists, poll finds

Washington Many Americans struggling to feed their families over the past pandemic year say they have had difficulty figuring out how to get help and had trouble finding healthy foods they can afford.A poll from Impact Genome and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds 23% of Americans say they have not been able to get enough…

America's COVID-

Q&A: America’s new COVID-19 rules for international travel

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is rolling out new international travel policies affecting Americans and noncitizens alike who want to fly into the U.S. The goal is to restore more normal air travel after 18 months of disruption caused by COVID-19.The across-the-board rules, which will take effect in November, will replace a hodgepodge of…

America's Toleration

America’s Toleration of Communist Cyber Abuses.

American infrastructure is under cyberattack from two historically adversarial nations. The federal government has publicly acknowledged who was responsible, claiming that cybercriminals and nation-state-backed hackers have targeted American pipelines in malicious efforts to destabilize and damage pipeline operations. Even though President Biden publicly disavows Communism, he does so as a deteriorating façade of a bygone…

America's Finale

‘America’s Got Talent’ finale: Magician Dustin Tavella wins Season 16 in star-studded finale

Dustin Tavella is having a magical moment on “America’s Got Talent.”The magician was crowned the Season 16 winner during Wednesday’s live, two-hour season finale following “the closest vote ever,” host Terry Crews revealed. Tavella  becomes the third magician to take the crown, following Season 9 winner Mat Franco and Season 13 winner Shin Lim. “Thank you…

America's Foreign

America’s Foreign Policy Self-Deception

Time and again Americans have failed to consider whether there was anything the U.S. has done to motivate the attacks of her enemies. Osama bin Laden, born March 10, 1957. Member of the prominent Saudi bin Laden family and the founder of the Islamic extremist organization al-Qaeda, best known for the September 11 attacks on…

America's Post-Crisis

Two of Bank of Americas Post-Crisis Leaders Will Retire

Business The vice chairwoman is retiring alongside chief operating officer Thomas K. Montag. Anne Finucane announced she is retiring from her position as a top Bank of American executive on Thursday. Gretchen Ertl/The New York Times By Lananh Nguyen, New York Times Service updated on August 26, 2021 | 5:58 PM Two towering figures who…