Emma Bowman

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Amazon And Apple Drop Parler

Saturday, January 09, 2021

Amazon said it was removing Parler from its web hosting service, while Apple said it suspended the social media app from its store. Both companies said Parler allowed violent threats to go unchecked.


Amid Health Care Worker Shortage, LA Mayor Presses For Faster Vaccine Rollout

Thursday, December 31, 2020

As the city's hospitals reach a breaking point, Mayor Eric Garcetti says Los Angeles needs more vaccine doses as soon as possible: "We can go as fast as you give us those vaccines."


'Could You Help Santa?' In Christmas Wish Lists, Children Write Of Pandemic Hardships

Sunday, December 20, 2020

In normal times, letters to Santa are typically carefree wishes for things like toys or a new game. But for some children this year, they've become a reflection of challenges brought on by the crisis.


In Reversal, Trump Says White House Staff Won't Be 1st To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

Monday, December 14, 2020

An administration spokesman said senior government officials would be among the first to get the vaccine, but the president himself later said that White House staff would get it later.


OH OH OH! Joyful Holiday Cards That Don't Shy Away From A Tough Year

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Offering "charming" and "cheeky" greetings, Chandra Greer, owner of stationery company Greer Chicago, is selling holiday cards specifically designed to speak to a tumultuous year.


Bend It Like Fuller: How A College Soccer Star Broke Ground For Women In Football

Friday, December 11, 2020

When Sarah Fuller was tapped last-minute as a kicker for the Vanderbilt Commodores, she became the first female football player in the history of the NCAA's Power 5 conferences.


'Kind Of A Chess Game': For States, Distributing COVID-19 Vaccine Poses Myriad Hurdles

Wednesday, December 09, 2020

Claire Hannan, head of the Association of Immunization Managers, says the officials planning vaccine distribution face plenty of challenges. One is not knowing how many doses are coming their way.


Tipped Service Workers Are More Vulnerable Amid Pandemic Harassment Spike: Study

Sunday, December 06, 2020

More than half of workers surveyed said they were reluctant to enforce COVID-19 safety measures with customers from whom they would receive tips, according to the One Fair Wage study.


With 1 Of Their Own In The Statehouse, Native Americans In California Win New Rights

Wednesday, December 02, 2020

James Ramos, a Native American who authored three new laws said, "For once, we do have someone in the legislature that understands the issues and the plight of the California Indian people."


'It Is Slightly Terrifying.' New Orleans Chef Braces For A Bittersweet Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Like many small business owners, Kelly Fields is walking a fine line between keeping her restaurant open and her employees safe. As much as she's staying vigilant, she's wary of another shutdown.


Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign's Bid To Delay Vote Certification In Pennsylvania

Saturday, November 21, 2020

In a blistering decision, a federal judge ruled that the campaign's complaint was "unsupported by evidence" and essentially asked the court "to disenfranchise almost seven million voters."


Lego Wunderkind Wows With His Intricate Models Of German Soccer Stadiums

Saturday, November 21, 2020

Joe Bryant, a 12-year-old fanatic of the German pro soccer league, has been building detailed reconstructions of their arenas out of the tiny bricks without the help of blueprints.


After Losing Mother, Grandfather To COVID-19, Woman Asks Everyone To Do Their Part

Thursday, November 19, 2020

"I wish that people can look into their heart and listen to what's being asked," said Lindsay Wootton of Utah. "Wear masks, limit your gatherings. Let's limit it to preserve our families."


Voter Fraud Ruffles New Zealand 'Bird Of The Year' Competition

Saturday, November 14, 2020

The little spotted kiwi soared in the rankings before election organizers discovered 1,500 fraudulent votes placed for the flightless bird.


Fair Fight CEO: Voter Outreach Efforts Continue Ahead Of Georgia Senate Runoff

Friday, November 13, 2020

Lauren Groh-Wargo, CEO of Fair Fight Action, says voter participation is ever more critical as the state heads into a runoff that could win Democrats Senate control.


With Canned Entertainment, Australian Comedian Makes A Hit In The U.S.

Sunday, November 01, 2020

On TikTok, Christian Hull's most popular videos are of him guessing the color produced from a shaken paint can. On a presidential debate night, it's where many found a happy distraction.


Basketball Star Sue Bird Says WNBA Players' Activism Is 'Nonnegotiable'

Sunday, October 25, 2020

Even as the league weathered a busy, unpredictable season in the "wubble," the Seattle Storm superstar carried on her colleagues' commitment to social justice activism.


Pence Aides Test Positive As Coronavirus Consumes Final Days Of Campaign

Sunday, October 25, 2020

The White House again faces the coronavirus in its ranks. But Vice President Pence, who has tested negative, plans to continue his breakneck campaign travel schedule.


MacArthur 'Genius' Brings National Attention To Local Fight Against Sewage Failures

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Catherine Flowers, founder of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise, won a 2020 MacArthur "Genius Grant" for bringing attention to the sanitation crisis facing both her hometown and across the U.S.


Foiled Again: Murder Hornet Eludes Washington State Scientists

Saturday, October 17, 2020

An Asian giant hornet fell off researchers' radar during their latest attempt to find its nest. The team is racing to exterminate the invasive species before it devastates U.S. bee populations.