The campaign has grassroots enthusiasm, and support from Democratic Congress members who sent a letter last month to Thomas Harker, acting secretary of the Navy.
In San Francisco, reopening roads that had remained car-free owing to COVID-19 restrictions, sparks a debate among locals
At the start of the pandemic, San Francisco closed off parts of a major beachfront highway and Golden Gate Park to cars so that people had a safe place to run and ride bikes. Open space advocates want to keep those areas car-free as part of a bold reimagining of how US cities look. But opponents decry the continued closures as elitist, unsafe and nonsensical now that the pandemic is over and people need to drive again.
Kambo is catching on among the same crowd of coastal New Age elites — Burning Man psychonauts, Silicon Valley disrupters, plant-medicine proselytes — that rallied around ayahuasca, the hallucinogenic rainforest tea, a decade ago
Scientists have slammed the new guidance which allows for the interchange of vaccines, if the second dose of the vaccine originally received is not available, saying officials have abandoned science and are just trying to 'guess their way out of a mess'
The fires have forced tens of thousands to flee and cast a shroud of smoke that has given Seattle, San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, some of the worst air quality in the world
Since the middle of August, fires in California have killed eight people, destroyed more than 3,600 structures, and forced evacuations in communities near the coast, and along the Sierra Nevada
It is this sense of entitlement and hypocrisy that has discredited politicians like Pelosi worldwide.
The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning of high fire danger across the Bay Area and Central Coast from Sunday to Monday afternoon
Three groups of fires, called complexes, burning north, east and south of San Francisco have together scorched 2,566 square kilometers and destroyed more than 500 structures
Vande Bharat Mission: Air India brings 225 Indians stranded in US to Mumbai as coronavirus lockdown continues
First Air India special flight, which took off from San Francisco with 225 Indians on board, landed in Mumbai on Monday
Indian Embassy in US sets up helplines to address queries on travel restrictions in bid to contain spread of novel coronavirus
India on Wednesday suspended all visas, except a few categories such as diplomatic and employment, till 15 April in view of the coronavirus outbreak
Making a photographer: A new book traces Ansel Adams' early work, as he learnt art of imbuing photos with drama, emotion
Ansel Adams once said, “A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed and is, thereby, a true manifestation of what one feels about life in its entirety.”
Coronavirus outbreak: US declares public health emergency, bars foreign nationals who visited China from entering country
US citizens who have travelled within past two weeks to China's Hubei will be subject to mandatory quarantine of 14 days
Coronavirus outbreak: Indian Army sets up quarantine facility in Haryana's Manesar for 300 students returning from China
The Indian Army has set up a quarantine facility in Manesar near Delhi to keep around 300 Indian students being evacuated from China's Hubei province in view of the outbreak of coronavirus.
Coronavirus outbreak: Air India keeps Boeing 747 on standby, awaits govt’s decision on evacuating Indians from Wuhan
An Air Indian Boeing 747 has been kept on standby for the evacuation of Indian citizens from Wuhan city of China, the epicentre of novel coronavirus outbreak
Indian-Americans hold anti-CAA protests on Republic Day: Human chain formed in Chicago, hundreds gather outside Indian Embassy in Washington
India's 71st Republic Day celebrations in the US on Sunday were marred by some peaceful protests and marches by a large number of Indian Americans in various cities of the country against the recent changes in the citizenship law
Human rights groups to hold anti-CAA rallies in several US cities including New York, San Francisco, on India's 71st Republic Day
Indian Americans, would also hold protest rallies in front of the Indian Consulates in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, and Houston
Airbnb bans parties at rental homes days after deadly Halloween shooting in California that killed five people
Five people died after a Thursday night shooting that sent some 100 terrified partygoers running for their lives in the San Francisco suburb of Orinda
Indian-origin techie walks into California police station with dead body in car, confesses to killing 3 others in his apartment
An Indian-origin IT professional has been arrested after he walked into a Northern California police station along with a dead body in his car and confessed to having killed three others at his apartment.
How 3x3 basketball brought 3 NRIs — Inderbir Gill, Bikramjit Gill, and Kiran Shastri — back to India
For the past few years, the three NRI hoopers — Inderbir Gill, Bikramjit Gill, and Kiran Shastri — have been living and finding basketball professional opportunities in India, an unlikely occurrence as they all come from countries with established basketball structures to a nation that still doesn’t have a fully-fledged pro league.