Two years into a pandemic resurging with the Ormicron variant, everyone still struggles with how to work and go to school. Enter ZOOM (and other online platforms), which became the standard for students and businesses. A new research study from Washington State University provides some... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- By gathering leaders Thursday from 112 of the world's democracies -- some healthy, some challenged -- President Joe Biden has done the easy part of a campaign promise: He's held a summit for democracy within his first year in office. But to actually... Read More.
(New York) — School board meetings have become emotional battlegrounds for parents and local officials who disagree over mask and vaccine mandates as children return to brick-and-mortar learning. At least nine states -- Arizona, Arkansas, Iowa, Oklahoma, Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Utah --... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As cities around the world start to reopen after COVID-19 lockdowns, the effects of the pandemic are starting to show on people's faces. Experts in cosmetic medicine say they have begun to notice an uptick in Botox treatments among younger generations. They... Read More.
(LONDON) -- The Indian delegation at the G-7 meetings in the U.K. will not be in face-to-face meetings after "exposure to possible COVID positive cases," the Indian Foreign Minister said, although officials said the summit itself is not at risk. "Was made aware yesterday evening... Read More.
By ANTHONY TROTTER and MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News (TOKYO) -- Yoshiro Mori, president of the Tokyo Olympics organizing comittee, apologized Thursday for comments he made suggesting women talk too much in meetings.Mori, an 83-year-old former prime minister of Japan, made the... Read More.
By LIBBY CATHEY, TIA HUMPHRIES and LAUREN KING, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- This is Day 15 of the administration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.Here is how events are unfolding. All times Eastern: Feb 03, 4:21 pm
YOUR FINAL CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD ABOUT EVERETT’S DISTRICTING In 2018, Everett voters approved Proposition One to change the Everett City Council’s governing body to a district system. This would change the current council from seven at large members to five members who... Read More.
The City of Everett will hold four community meetings in April to provide a chance for residents to learn about City Council representation and election by district, and to discuss these topics with other community members. Everett City... Read More.