Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Transportation The proposed changes are riling up opposition from state transportation departments and the road-building lobby.
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The systematic killing and deportation of more than a million Armenians by Ottoman Empire forces in the early 20th century was “genocide,” the United States formally declared on Saturday, as President Joe Biden used that...
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The league announced the changes Saturday night. The postponement follows contact tracing within the Duke program after the Blue Devils played No. 2 Louisville on Wednesday night. Two days after that game, the ACC announced the Cardinals’ home game...
Blood samples from volunteers participating in the last-stage testing of the Covid-19 vaccine by Moderna wait to be processed in Miami, Fla. | Taimy Alvarez/AP Photo The United States will buy 100 million additional shots of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine —...
Doordash filed to take itself public on Friday, setting the stage for a blockbuster IPO by the end of this year. The fast-growing food-delivery giant, which in just seven years has become the US’s No. 1 service of its kind,...
The network and IT field is frequently in need of skilled, hard-working individuals. It's an industry that rewards technically minded people for their vast computer know-how and innate desire to stay on top of the latest improvements to various...
New Jersey gambling regulators gave approval Thursday to hedge-fund investor Soo Kim’s gaming company, Twin River Worldwide Holdings, to operate Bally’s casino and quickly invest in renovations and repairs to Atlantic City’s poorest-performing gambling hall. The New Jersey Casino Control...
Pilgrim’s Pride has reached a plea agreement with the US government over charges of price-fixing in the chicken industry. Under the agreement, Pilgrim’s Pride would pay a fine of $110.5 million as a penalty for restraining competition in three separate...
The race to find a replacement for the top job at the Los Angeles Times is already underway and one of the top candidates — if not the No. 1 name — is New York Times’ current executive editor...

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