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UN, Ethiopia sign deal for aid access to embattled Tigray
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — In a breakthrough a month after deadly conflict cut off Ethiopia’s Tigray region from the world, the United Nations on Wednesday said it and the Ethiopian government...
By CARA ANNA
UN: Food has run out for nearly 100,000 refugees in Ethiopia
'Stop the madness,' Tigray leader urges Ethiopia's PM
UN: Ethiopia's victory claim doesn't mean war is finished
Ethiopia declares victory as military takes Tigray capital
Ethiopian PM rejects Tigray conflict talks in AU meeting
Ethiopian PM says troops ordered to move on Tigray capital
Ethiopian leader rejects international 'interference' in war
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Ethiopia’s prime minister is rejecting growing international...
Germany to compensate gay servicepeople for discrimination
BERLIN (AP) — Germany's Cabinet on Wednesday approved legislation that would provide...
With Ethiopia on brink of escalation, diplomacy in doubt
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Alarm spiraled Tuesday over Ethiopia's imminent tank attack on the...
Ethiopia warns Tigray residents that 'anything can happen'
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Ethiopia’s government is again warning residents of the besieged...
Toddler dies in San Antonio car crash
Spurs give fans a first-look at their recently drafted players in Silver...
2 men wanted for armed incidents in San Marcos may be in S.A.
New bar with unobstructed downtown S.A. views now open
NWS: San Antonio sees near-record breaking cold
Historic S.A. site could be redeveloped into mixed-use
Citations: Alamodome attendee cited for not wearing mask
Fort Sam’s Quadrangle has a rich, storied past
The U.S. Army had a long but tenuous relationship with San Antonio as headquarters of the Department of Texas before the Quadrangle was built, occupying the Alamo (and adding the distinctive...
By Paula Allen
These 1800s images made San Antonio the 'best-photographed city' of Texas
By J.M. Scott
By Steve Bennettemail@example.com
Illustrious graduates and cadet life of the San Antonio Academy
By J.M. Scott
Sixty years ago, Elvis Presley was drafted into the Army. He...
By Travis M. Andrews
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Goldberg: A White House infected with propaganda
For the past seven months, Donald Trump’s big lie has been that the coronavirus isn’t as dangerous as scientists say, and that his administration has the virus under control.
By Michelle Goldberg
Kristof: ‘We’re 28 and dropping’
The newest Social Progress Index finds that out of 163 countries assessed worldwide, the United States, Brazil and Hungary are the only ones in which people are worse off than when the index began in 2011. The United States is behind Estonia,...
By Nicholas Kristof
Commentary: As foretold, democracy in U.S. on red alert
Trump lives in a world where presidential falsehoods repeated thrice, or more, are “true.”
By Roger Cohen
Navarrette: Mexican Americans remain the invisible minority
Caught between black and white, Latinos are often left out of TV news reports, newspaper stories, Hollywood movies, television shows and textbooks.
By Ruben Navarrette Jr.
Krugman: What you don’t know about COVID can’t hurt Trump
But Trump officials are opposed to any new money for testing.
By Paul Krugman
Goldberg: Trump’s troubling assaults on protesters
There’s something particularly terrifying in the use of Border Patrol agents against American dissidents.
By Michelle Goldberg