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'Unbearable sorrow': Americans reflect...

'Unbearable sorrow': US reflects on...

North America

Sat, Sep 11 2021

The remembrances have become an annual tradition but Saturday has special significance, coming 20 years...

Why many Covid experts think Americans...

Why experts think Americans can ditch...

North America

Thu, May 13 2021

Right now, the vaccination figure is around 59% of adults with at least one dose, while the country is...

'You feel naked': Some Americans hesitate...

Americans hesitate to shed masks despite...

North America

Fri, May 7 2021

Beyond their disease prevention benefits, masks in the United States have become symbols of political...

Poll: After 100 days, Americans give...

Poll: After 100 days, Americans give...

North America

Tue, Apr 27 2021

The national opinion poll of 4,423 adults from April 12-16 found that 55% approved of Biden’s performance...

Americans celebrate Christmas Eve under...

Americans celebrate Christmas Eve under...

North America

Fri, Dec 25 2020

The United States recorded more than 3,000 deaths for the second consecutive day on Wednesday, according...

Some Americans dance, others wield guns...

Some Americans dance, others wield guns...

Southeast Asia

Sat, Nov 7 2020

In Detroit, several hundred supporters of the Republican president, some carrying guns, raised premature...

Business groups urge Trump, others to...

US Business groups urge Trump, others...

World

Thu, Nov 5 2020

The leaders of the US Chamber of Commerce said in a joint statement that violence, intimidation and other...

US election: Americans may have to wait...

Americans may have to wait longer for...

World

Mon, Nov 2 2020

Unprecedented number of early votes, possible court battles and fear of violence are the likely reasons...

Early voting in US election tops 90...

Early voting in US election tops 90...

World

Sun, Nov 1 2020

Huge numbers of people have voted by mail or at early in-person polling sites amid concerns about exposure...

US threat to pull Wada funding could...

US threat to pull Wada funding could...

North America

Fri, Sep 4 2020

The Tokyo Olympics have been delayed by a year until July 23 to August 8, 2021, because of the novel...

OP-ED: Why do black lives matter?

OP-ED: Why do black lives matter?

Aveir Alam

Sat, Jul 18 2020

Black lives matter does not mean that all lives don’t matter

Coronavirus leaves more Americans dead...

Coronavirus leaves more Americans dead...

Coronavirus

Wed, Jun 17 2020

The country's pandemic death toll had already passed that of its soldiers in the Vietnam War in late...

Reuters/Ipsos poll: Most Americans support...

Reuters/Ipsos poll: Most Americans support...

North America

Fri, Jun 12 2020

Seven in 10 Republicans support bans on racial profiling and chokeholds

Reuters/Ipsos poll: Most Americans sympathize...

Reuters/Ipsos poll: Most Americans sympathize...

North America

Wed, Jun 3 2020

A separate Reuters/Ipsos poll found that Biden’s lead over Trump among registered voters expanded...

Reuters/Ipsos poll: Americans losing...

Reuters/Ipsos poll: Americans losing...

Coronavirus

Wed, Apr 29 2020

The number of Covid-19 cases surpassed 1 million people in the United States this week, killing more...

The disenfranchised masses

The disenfranchised masses

Tribune In-depth

Sun, Feb 12 2017

Do citizens in democracies have a voice, or just a vote?