(NEW YORK) -- As the fight for voting rights stalls in Congress, the NBA Social Justice Coalition continues its call for lawmakers to act urgently to protect the right to vote. The NBA Social Justice Coalition was formed in 2020, after the death of George... Read More.
(LAS VEGAS) -- With an eye on both the midterm elections and 2024, a host of Republican lawmakers -- including many potential presidential contenders -- spoke in Las Vegas at the Republican Jewish Coalition Annual Leadership Meeting this weekend. Most called this past week's election... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The National Basketball Social Justice Coalition is fighting to end racial and social inequality. The group, which is composed of players, owners and staffers, has advocated for policy changes regarding criminal justice, policing and justice reform, by reaching out to lawmakers in Congress... Read More.
(ROME) -- Kicking off the ministerial meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS in Rome on Monday, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on countries to "repatriate, rehabilitate, and where applicable, prosecute their citizens" imprisoned in Syria fighting for ISIS. The Syrian Democratic... Read More.
Jackson Browne will be performing during a virtual benefit concert for the Plastic Pollution Coalition that takes place this Saturday at 9 p.m. ET. The event, dubbed the Magnificent May Virtual Concert, will be streamed live from Los Angeles. The concert's lineup also includes Ben... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News(LONDON) -- A rocket attack targeting the American-led military coalition in the northern Iraqi city of Erbil killed a civilian contractor and wounded nine others on Monday night, according to a coalition spokesman.More than... Read More.
BY: LEIGHTON SCHNEIDER, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) -- 28 companies from across the energy and transportation sectors, including Tesla, PG&E, and electric truck start-up Lordstown Motors, are teaming up to form the Zero Emission Transportation Association, or... Read More.
BY: CATHERINE THORBECKE(NEW YORK) -- A coalition of more than two dozen business leaders from some of New York City's largest employers together are pledging to hire 100,000 Black, Latino, Asian and low-income workers over the next 10 years.
The “Out of Reach” report generated annually by the National Low Income Housing Coalition details that a minimum wage worker in Snohomish County would need to work 122 hours per week and earn $75,960 annually in order to reasonably afford a two bedroom apartment.... Read More.