oneamericanews.us December 15, 2018

To put it plainly, men are still the face of the profession. “Every single woman architect I know would, I think, say the same thing,” Ms. Berke said. “‘I want to be a good architect who has a meaningful impact. I don’t want to be known for being a good woman architect.’ Architecture needs to […]

oneamericanews.us December 15, 2018

The New York Police Department is investigating two incidents of cats being abandoned inside sealed buckets in the city’s SoHo neighborhood. So far, there have been “two buckets and both were sealed,” Tiffany Lacey, executive director of nonprofit animal shelter Animal Haven, told HuffPost in an email. “Each one had a cat in them and […]

oneamericanews.us December 15, 2018

Friday’s decision could also give a boost to liberal Democrats who won hotly contested races running as advocates of “Medicare for all.” Even before the court decision on Friday, liberals were promising to make health care a central issue in the next presidential election. “Democrats need to put a bright North Star in the sky […]

oneamericanews.us December 15, 2018

At the Knicks’ practice facility in Tarrytown, N.Y., earlier this week, there were good fouls, bad fouls and push-ups. It all had to do with the rookie center Mitchell Robinson, whose defense in the first two months of his N.B.A. career has ranged from dazzling, as in nine blocks against Orlando, to disastrous, as in […]

oneamericanews.us December 15, 2018

Ryan Zinke, President Donald Trump’s loyal but embattled secretary of the Interior Department, is leaving the administration.  President Donald Trump made the announcement on Twitter early Saturday. Secretary of the Interior @RyanZinke will be leaving the Administration at the end of the year after having served for a period of almost two years. Ryan has accomplished […]