• Conchata Ferrell, ‘Two and a Half Men’ actress, dead at 77

    Conchata Ferrell, ‘Two and a Half Men’ actress, dead at 77
    TAMPA (WFLA) – Actress Conchata Ferrell has died at the age of 77.Ferrell is known for her role as Berta on the CBS comedy "Two and a Half Men."Variety reports her death was a result of complications following a cardiac arrest.According to Variety, Ferrell was hospitalized in May and spent more than four weeks in the ICU, where she went into cardiac arrest at one point. We are saddened by the loss of Conchata Ferrell and are grateful for the years she brought us laughs as Berta w
  • Local law enforcement agencies conduct undercover stings during pandemic

    Local law enforcement agencies conduct undercover stings during pandemic
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – With more people, especially children, using the internet now more than ever due to the pandemic, the state Attorney General's Office says more suspected child predators are also logging on.Law enforcement agencies throughout the state have one overriding message they want to share with parents when it comes to protecting their children from online predators and that's to, "Be educated, be aware and report." Information; Resources on how to protect your chil
  • Protesters knock down obelisk monument on Santa Fe Plaza

    Protesters knock down obelisk monument on Santa Fe Plaza
    A controversial monument in the heart of the Santa Fe Plaza was pulled down by protesters Monday.
  • First lady unseen as Trump restarts campaign after COVID-19

    First lady unseen as Trump restarts campaign after COVID-19
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and his wife received their positive COVID-19 tests on the same day. He's already returned to campaigning, but there's been no public sighting yet of the first lady.Melania Trump last provided a health update over a week ago after saying her symptoms were mild, and the White House has not indicated when she will make her next public appearance.What role she will play in the campaign's final weeks remains an open question as Trump embarks on a schedu
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  • First lady lies low, Trump back on the trail after COVID-19

    First lady lies low, Trump back on the trail after COVID-19
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and his wife received their positive COVID-19 tests on the same day. He's already returned to campaigning, but there's been no public sighting yet of the first lady.Melania Trump last provided a health update over a week ago after saying her symptoms were mild, and the White House has not indicated when she will make her next public appearance.What role she will play in the campaign's final weeks remains an open question as Trump embarks on a schedu
  • Governor to issue new restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise

    Governor to issue new restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise
    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Tuesday new restrictions to public health regulations to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The state has missed its reopening gating criteria for several weeks and once again indoor dining service will be restricted and amendments to maximum occupancy allowances at retail and dining establishments will also see new restrictions.Starting Friday, Oct. 16, the following will go into effect:
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  • Gov. Lujan Grisham to tighten restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise

    Gov. Lujan Grisham to tighten restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise
    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Tuesday new restrictions to public health regulations to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The state has missed its reopening gating criteria for several weeks and once again indoor dining service will be restricted and amendments to maximum occupancy allowances at retail and dining establishments will also see new restrictions.Starting Friday, Oct. 16, the following will go into effect:
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  • NASA's new moonshot rules: No fighting or littering, please

    NASA's new moonshot rules: No fighting or littering, please
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA’s new moonshot rules: No fighting and littering. And no trespassing at historic lunar landmarks like Apollo 11′s Tranquility Base.
    The space agency released a set of guidelines Tuesday for its Artemis moon-landing program, based on the 1967 Outer Space Treaty and other agreements. So far, eight countries have signed these so-called Artemis Accords.
    Founding members include the U.S., Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, United Arab Emirat
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  • PHOTOS: Santa Fe Plaza obelisk torn down by protesters

    PHOTOS: Santa Fe Plaza obelisk torn down by protesters
    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - A controversial monument in the Santa Fe Plaza was ripped down by protesters on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020. Originally erected in 1866 to honor Civil War-era soldiers who died in battle and featured a phrase of text that described Native Americans as "savage". The text was erased from the monument in the 1970s. Santa Fe Mayor orders removal of three controversial monuments
    Following recent protests and several rounds of vandalism to the monument, Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber ord
  • Solution may be in the works for speeders on Gun Club Road

    Solution may be in the works for speeders on Gun Club Road
    City Councilor Pena says she is working to make something happen.
  • Albuquerque man charged with vehicular homicide, bystanders help bicyclists

    Albuquerque man charged with vehicular homicide, bystanders help bicyclists
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - A suspected drunk driver is accused of hitting a pair of bicyclists and taking off. It was a group of Good Samaritans who stayed with them until help arrived. Unfortunately, one of the bicyclists didn't make it. The group of strangers included a nurse, a veteran, and a former medic who did their best to keep everyone calm during an extremely tense situation."I saw two people laying in the road, one police officer and some civilians," said Stephanie Herrera. Herrera was
  • Albuquerque man charged with vehicular homicide

    Albuquerque man charged with vehicular homicide
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - An Albuquerque man is behind bars for hitting and killing a bicyclist while drunk. The incident happened on Monday, Oct. 12 along Montano and San Ildefonso.
    According to a police report, Joshua Downs hit the bicyclist and is accused of fleeing the scene. Officers got the license plate number and were able to track Downs at his home less than a mile from the scene.
    He is charged with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident. Court documents say Downs admi
  • APS posts class of 2021 graduation schedule

    APS posts class of 2021 graduation schedule
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Albuquerque Public Schools has announced the district's 2021 commencement schedule for its 13 high schools which will be held at Tingley Coliseum the week of May 10, 2021. APS states that the schedule is subject to change depending on the spread of coronavirus and New Mexico's public health orders.
    APS magnet school ceremonies are scheduled to be held the same week at the Berna Facio PRofessional Development Complex. The number of guests and some graduation traditions
  • Girl Scouts offers variety of opportunities including Spanish programs

    Girl Scouts offers variety of opportunities including Spanish programs
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The mission of Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place. Bernadette Romero, external recruitment specialist for Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails discusses how they are helping to mold young girls into the leaders of tomorrow.
    The organization serves about 5,000 members across central and northern New Mexico in 23 counties and accepts girls ages five through 17. Romero explains that the org
  • Judge: Victims can sue Santa Fe Archdiocese over transfer

    Judge: Victims can sue Santa Fe Archdiocese over transfer
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A U.S. bankruptcy judge has ruled that lawyers for clergy sex abuse survivors can file lawsuits alleging the Archdiocese of Santa Fe fraudulently transferred millions to avoid bigger payouts to victims.The Albuquerque Journal reports the recent decision by Judge David T. Thuma in the Chapter 11 reorganization case opens the door to what could be a multimillion-dollar boon to hundreds of alleged victims. Or it could set off protracted, costly legal appeals that
  • Social Security announces 2021 benefit increase

    Social Security announces 2021 benefit increase
    WASHINGTON (WJW) - Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits will increase 1.3 percent in 2021, the Social Security Administration announced Tuesday. The average retiree will get a $20 increase per month.The 1.3 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will begin with benefits payable to more than 64 million Social Security beneficiaries in January 2021.  Increased payments to more than 8 million SSI beneficiaries will begin on December 31, 2020.  Social Security
  • McConnell slates October revote on GOP COVID relief plan

    McConnell slates October revote on GOP COVID relief plan
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he's scheduling a procedural vote on a GOP COVID-19 relief bill next week, saying aid to hard-hit businesses shouldn't be held up by gridlock involving other aid proposals.The Kentucky Republican says the first item of Senate business when the chamber returns next Monday will be a procedural vote on a scaled-back aid bill. Democrats filibustered a GOP-drafted aid bill last month and recent talks on a larger deal bet
  • WATCH LIVE: Mayor Keller to provide update on city's response to COVID-19

    WATCH LIVE: Mayor Keller to provide update on city's response to COVID-19
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Mayor Tim Keller and leaders from local business groups will hold a news briefing at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13 to provide an update on the city's response to COVID-19. The update will highlight the COVID-19 cases at the Westside Emergency Housing Center as well as efforts to provide local small businesses with PPE. Tracking COVID-19 cases in homeless communitiesThe City of Albuquerque reported 72 new cases of coronavirus at the Westside Emergency Housing Shelter o
  • WATCH LIVE: Mayor Keller provides update on city's response to COVID-19

    WATCH LIVE: Mayor Keller provides update on city's response to COVID-19
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Mayor Tim Keller and leaders from local business groups will hold a news briefing at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13 to provide an update on the city's response to COVID-19. The update will highlight the COVID-19 cases at the Westside Emergency Housing Center as well as efforts to provide local small businesses with PPE. Tracking COVID-19 cases in homeless communitiesThe City of Albuquerque reported 72 new cases of coronavirus at the Westside Emergency Housing Shelter o
  • Mayor Keller to provide update on city's response to COVID-19

    Mayor Keller to provide update on city's response to COVID-19
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Mayor Tim Keller and leaders from local business groups will hold a news briefing at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13 to provide an update on the city's response to COVID-19. The update will highlight the COVID-19 cases at the Westside Emergency Housing Center as well as efforts to provide local small businesses with PPE. Tracking COVID-19 cases in homeless communitiesThe City of Albuquerque reported 72 new cases of coronavirus at the Westside Emergency Housing Shelter o
  • Mayor Keller provides update on city's response to COVID-19

    Mayor Keller provides update on city's response to COVID-19
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Mayor Tim Keller and leaders from local business groups held a news briefing on Tuesday, Oct. 13 to provide an update on the city's response to COVID-19, the effort to provide support to local small businesses, and how the city is responding to the COVID-19 cases at the Westside Emergency Housing Center. Tracking COVID-19 cases in homeless communitiesThe City of Albuquerque reported 72 new cases of coronavirus at the Westside Emergency Housing Shelter on Sunday bringin
  • NASA moon-landing tech hitches ride to space on Bezos rocket

    NASA moon-landing tech hitches ride to space on Bezos rocket
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space company launched a New Shepard rocket for a seventh time from a remote corner of Texas on Tuesday, testing new lunar-landing technology for NASA that could help put astronauts back on the moon.The entire flight — barely skimming space with a peak altitude of 66 miles (106 kilometers) — lasted just 10 minutes. The booster landed vertically back at the launch complex after liftoff, and the capsule followed, parachuti
  • Virtual leadership awards event brings awareness to issues of domestic violence

    Virtual leadership awards event brings awareness to issues of domestic violence
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and New Mexico is one of the worst states in the country when it comes to this type of crime. So what's being done to combat this?Domestic Violence Resource Center Executive Director Vincent Galbiati discusses the services the organization offers and how to seek help. The Domestic Violence Awareness Resource Center is an Albuquerque-based nonprofit organization that provides services to victims of domestic violence.
    Services
  • Travel Tuesday: How to dine out

    Travel Tuesday: How to dine out
    (CBS Newspath) - In the first of our series on traveling during the pandemic, we tackle dining out as restaurants and customers navigate safety measures. What should you look for when deciding where to eat, whether you're staying local or taking a trip.Businesses are adapting to respond to changing coronavirus rules and safety measures. The National Restaurant Association produced a guide to help restaurants operate safely. Larry Lynch is the group's senior vice president of science and industry
  • Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for COVID-19

    Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for COVID-19
    LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for the coronavirus, the Portuguese soccer federation said Tuesday.The federation said Ronaldo was doing well and had no symptoms. It did not say when he tested positive.Ronaldo played in the 0-0 draw at France in the Nations League on Sunday, and also in the 0-0 draw against Spain in a friendly last week.Ronaldo is in isolation and has been dropped from the country's Nations League match against Sweden on Wednesday.On Monday, t
  • BCSO searches for missing 10-year-old

    BCSO searches for missing 10-year-old
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating missing 10-year-old Santiago Sanchez. BCSO reports that he was last seen on October 12, 2020 and was wearing camouflage pants and a black "Jaws" shirt.He was last seen in the area of Stella Lane and Stella Road in southwest Albuquerque. Authorities say the circumstances involved in Sanchez' disappearance leads law enforcement to be concerned for his safety.
    Anyone with information
  • Retiree checks to rise 1.3% in 2021 amid coronavirus fallout

    Retiree checks to rise 1.3% in 2021 amid coronavirus fallout
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Social Security recipients will get a modest 1.3% cost-of living-increase in 2021, but that might be small comfort amid worries about the coronavirus and its consequences for older people.The increase amounts to $20 a month for the average retired worker, according to estimates released Tuesday by the Social Security Administration. That's a little less than this year's1.6%cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA.The COLA affects the personal finances of about 1 in 5 Americans,
  • Despite COVID-19 pandemic, owners of new Filipino Hawaiian restaurant hopeful

    Despite COVID-19 pandemic, owners of new Filipino Hawaiian restaurant hopeful
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Basil’s Home Cooking, better known as Filipino Hawaiian Food, opened up their doors last Sunday and have already seen a massive amount of support from the community. Their opening comes at a time when many small businesses throughout New Mexico are struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fusion restaurant is the only one of its kind in Albuquerque, which is why owners Basil and Elaine Welch are optimistic their restaurant will be successful.
  • Bipartisan Christian group forms super PAC to oppose Trump

    Bipartisan Christian group forms super PAC to oppose Trump
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A group of prominent Christians from both sides of the aisle, including a past faith adviser to former President Barack Obama, is forming a political action committee designed to chip away at Christian support for President Donald Trump in the final weeks of the 2020 campaign.Dubbed Not Our Faith, the new super PAC plans to roll out six-figure TV and digital ads focused on Christian voters — particularly the evangelical and Catholic voters who helped power Trump to
  • Erica's Tuesday Morning Forecast

    Erica's Tuesday Morning Forecast
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) -This morning is starting in the 20s for our west and northern mountains, with temps in the 40s and 50s for the majority of our lower elevations. Grab the coats and wear the layers. Today starts a warming trend that we will see through tomorrow. Today's high temperatures will warm up from yesterday, mostly seeing 80s and some 90s across the state. Tomorrow, record heat will return to New Mexico with the help of strong westerly winds. Temps will be in the mid-80s to upper 90s, a
  • Your Local Election Headquarters Digital Show October 13

    Your Local Election Headquarters Digital Show October 13
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - With Election Day just three weeks away, join KRQE's Chris McKee and Political Analyst Gabe Sanchez Tuesday, October 13 at 11 a.m. for the second episode of "Your Local Election Headquarters." The show will be lived streamed on this page and the KRQE News app.
    This week, Chris and Gabe will be talking about a key New Mexico state Senate race that's shaping up to be one of the most expensive of the 2020 general election. They'll also be talking about how voter turnout i
  • Your Local Election Headquarters Digital Show October 12

    Your Local Election Headquarters Digital Show October 12
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - With Election Day just three weeks away, join KRQE's Chris McKee and Political Analyst Gabe Sanchez Tuesday, October 13 at 11 a.m. for the second episode of "Your Local Election Headquarters." The show will be lived streamed on this page and the KRQE News app.
    This week, Chris and Gabe will be talking about a key New Mexico state Senate race that's shaping up to be one of the most expensive of the 2020 general election. They'll also be talking about how voter turnout i
  • WATCH LIVE: Your Local Election Headquarters Digital Show October 13

    WATCH LIVE: Your Local Election Headquarters Digital Show October 13
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - With Election Day just three weeks away, join KRQE's Chris McKee and Political Analyst Gabe Sanchez Tuesday, October 13 at 11 a.m. for the second episode of "Your Local Election Headquarters." The show will be lived streamed on this page and the KRQE News app.
    This week, Chris and Gabe will be talking about a key New Mexico state Senate race that's shaping up to be one of the most expensive of the 2020 general election. They'll also be talking about how voter turnout i
  • Michigan distance learning teacher saves student's grandmother who was having a stroke

    Michigan distance learning teacher saves student's grandmother who was having a stroke
    MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, Mich. (NewsNation Now) — A Muskegon Heights elementary school teacher is being recognized for her efforts that may have saved the life of one of her students’ grandmothers.Julia Koch, a first-grade teacher at Edgewood Elementary School, was working with students on Sept. 22 when she learned one of them was having technical struggles with the district’s distance-learning equipment.“Her student’s device was not charging,” Koch told NewsNation a
  • UN: Climate change means more weather disasters every year

    UN: Climate change means more weather disasters every year
    GENEVA (AP) — In the wake of heat waves, global warming, forest fires, storms, droughts and a rising number of hurricanes, the U.N. weather agency is warning that the number of people who need international humanitarian help could rise 50% by 2030 compared to the 108 million who needed it worldwide in 2018.
    In a new report released with partners on Tuesday, the World Meteorological Agency says more disasters attributed to weather are taking place each year. It said over 11,000 disasters ha
  • WATCH LIVE: Barrett won't commit to recusing from election disputes

    WATCH LIVE: Barrett won't commit to recusing from election disputes
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is vowing to bring no "agenda” to the court, batting back senators' questions Tuesday on abortion, gun rights and the November election, insisting she would take a conservative approach to the law but decide cases as they come.“Judges can’t just wake up one day and say I have an agenda, I like guns, I hate guns, I like abortion, I hate abortion and walk in like a royal queen and impose their will on the w
  • WATCH LIVE: Barrett to face senators on health care, legal precedent

    WATCH LIVE: Barrett to face senators on health care, legal precedent
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett will face senators' questions over her approach to health care, legal precedent and even the presidential election during a second day of confirmation hearings on track to lock in a conservative court majority for years to come.The mood is likely to shift to a more confrontational tone as Barrett, an appellate court judge with very little trial court experience, is grilled in 30-minute segments Tuesday by Democrats gravely
  • WATCH LIVE: Barrett refuses to commit to recusal of election cases

    WATCH LIVE: Barrett refuses to commit to recusal of election cases
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett said Tuesday she cannot commit to recusing herself from any cases involving disputes that may arise from the Nov. 3 presidential election.Barrett told the Senate Judiciary Committee: “I can’t offer an opinion on recusal without short-circuiting that entire process.”The judge said she had not spoken to President Donald Trump or anyone else in the administration about how she would handle any election relat
  • WATCH LIVE: Barrett refuses to commit to recusal in election cases

    WATCH LIVE: Barrett refuses to commit to recusal in election cases
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett batted back Democrats' skeptical questions on abortion, gun rights and election disputes in lively Senate confirmation testimony Tuesday, insisting she would bring no personal agenda to the court but would decide cases as they come.The 48-year-old appellate court judge declared her conservative views with often colloquial language, but refused many specifics. She declined to say whether she would recuse herself from any el
  • WATCH LIVE: Barrett is reticent as Dems focus on health care

    WATCH LIVE: Barrett is reticent as Dems focus on health care
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett faced her first day’s worth of questions Tuesday from the Senate Judiciary Committee, and it was a calmer affair than other recent confirmation hearings that featured Democratic procedural delays and interruptions from protesters.With public attendance limited by the coronavirus pandemic and Democrats staying focused on a health care message just three weeks ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election, the back and for
  • WATCH LIVE: Barrett facing senators on health care, legal precedent

    WATCH LIVE: Barrett facing senators on health care, legal precedent
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is facing senators' questions Tuesday for the first time over her approach to health care, legal precedent and even the presidential election during confirmation hearings on track to lock in a conservative court majority for years to come.Barrett, family in tow, is on Capitol Hill for a second day of hearings at the Senate Judiciary Committee. The mood is likely to shift to a more confrontational tone as Barrett, an appell
  • Barrett won't commit to recusing from election disputes

    Barrett won't commit to recusing from election disputes
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is vowing to bring no "agenda” to the court, batting back senators' questions Tuesday on abortion, gun rights and the November election, insisting she would take a conservative approach to the law but decide cases as they come.“Judges can’t just wake up one day and say I have an agenda, I like guns, I hate guns, I like abortion, I hate abortion and walk in like a royal queen and impose their will on the w
  • Barrett to face senators on health care, legal precedent

    Barrett to face senators on health care, legal precedent
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett will face senators' questions over her approach to health care, legal precedent and even the presidential election during a second day of confirmation hearings on track to lock in a conservative court majority for years to come.The mood is likely to shift to a more confrontational tone as Barrett, an appellate court judge with very little trial court experience, is grilled in 30-minute segments Tuesday by Democrats gravely
  • Barrett is reticent as Dems focus on health care

    Barrett is reticent as Dems focus on health care
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett faced her first day’s worth of questions Tuesday from the Senate Judiciary Committee, and it was a calmer affair than other recent confirmation hearings that featured Democratic procedural delays and interruptions from protesters.With public attendance limited by the coronavirus pandemic and Democrats staying focused on a health care message just three weeks ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election, the back and for
  • 66 Diner helps KOB 4 Pay it 4ward to Lovelace Hospital's Breast Care Center team

    66 Diner helps KOB 4 Pay it 4ward to Lovelace Hospital's Breast Care Center team
    66 Diner helped KOB 4 Pay it 4ward to the Breast Care Center team at the Lovelace Women’s Hospital.
  • Protest in Roswell calls to lift ban on fall sports competitions

    Protest in Roswell calls to lift ban on fall sports competitions
    ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – Protests continue over the state's restriction against youth sports competitions this fall. "Everyone wearing their masks, keeping six feet apart, it's not like we're taking this lightly. We are doing everything we can to abide by the rules," one protester said."We are destroying chances of a brighter future for our youth and maliciously robbing them of years and experiences they will never get back," said another protester. Artesia students protest cancellation
  • MDC officials take extra precautions to contain virus amid case spike

    MDC officials take extra precautions to contain virus amid case spike
    As COVID cases continue to rise at Bernalillo’s Metropolitan Detention Center, officials are taking extra precautions to get the virus under control.
  • US, UK fight foreign bribery but most nations do very little

    US, UK fight foreign bribery but most nations do very little
    BERLIN (AP) — An anti-corruption watchdog on Tuesday ranked the United States and United Kingdom as the largest exporters most active at enforcing rules meant to prohibit companies from paying bribes in foreign markets, but said many others are doing next to nothing.Berlin-based Transparency International said only four of 47 countries — the U.S., U.K., Switzerland and Israel, making up 16.5% of global exports — were actively enforcing legislation against foreign bribery in 201
  • Massive high school party leads to sports practice, SAT cancellations

    Massive high school party leads to sports practice, SAT cancellations
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Unsafe and reckless is the way neighbors describe a big high school party in Albuquerque over the weekend, which has now resulted in several cancellations at their school. The governor has not allowed youth sports competitions this fall, only small practices. Now, thanks to the actions of some student-athletes, those practices are on hold at one school for the next two weeks.
    The governor has made it clear that youth sports are a risk. "We can't do the compe
  • Trump intensifies focus on Harris in final weeks of campaign

    Trump intensifies focus on Harris in final weeks of campaign
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Grasping for a comeback, President Donald Trump and his Republican allies are intensifying their focus not on Democratic nominee Joe Biden, but on his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris — arguing without evidence that it’s Harris, the first Black woman on a major party ticket, who would really be in charge if Democrats win the White House.
    The effort is laced with sexist and racist undertones, and one that is aimed at winning back Republicans and indepen

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