Things to know today: President Biden enhancing U.S. military presence in Europe; results from Tuesday's primaries; R. Kelly sentencing today.
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Things to know today: U.S. to provide advanced anti-air missile system to Ukraine; Avalanche win Stanley Cup; "Diddy" gets BET Awards top honor.
In response to Monday's letter to the editor "Vileness is root cause of violence," the "good Christians" of the Middle Ages tried eliminating vileness by not only diligently reading the Bible but also by burning people at the stake.
Things to know today: Drivers around world rethink habits; Yellowstone's recovery, struggle; and world swimming body bans transgender women.
Over the years, state and county fairs have evolved more from lecture circuits to amusement events. Here's a look back.
Things to know today: 2 killed, 1 wounded in shooting at Alabama church; EU OKs candidate status for Ukraine; Golden State Warriors champs again.
"That is something everybody should celebrate," one of the organizers said.
Juneteenth — also known as Emancipation Day, Freedom Day, or the country’s second Independence Day — stands as an enduring symbol of Black American freedom. Here's a brief history.