Lois Lane

Lois Lane is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter at the Daily Planet. The daughter of General Sam Lane, she grew up learning hand-to-hand combat and survival techniques. After being hired by Perry White at the Daily Planet, Lois coined the name "Superman" and, because of incisive reporting on the Super Hero's incredible adventures, her career is forever linked to the Man of Steel. She remains one of Superman's strongest allies.

President Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau discuss ‘Buy American’ and COVID-19

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sees 'new era' of Canada-U.S. relations before first call with Biden. Photo taken from Twitter

According to political reporters, the pair spoke by phone for roughly 30 minutes on Friday. Trudeau expressed disappointment over the new president’s Keystone pipeline decision, and Biden pledged to work with Canada on the “Buy American” policy.

Vice President Kamala Harris makes history three times over

Vice Presiden Kamala Harris. Photo curtesy Twitter

At noon today Vice President Kamala Harris made history as the first woman, first Black and first South Asian-American woman elected to the federal office. Her achievement is one for the books. A daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, Harris has made history throughout her career.

Joe Biden sworn in as the 46th president of the United States

Vice President Kamal Harris, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and President Joe Biden. Photo curtesy Twitter

President Joe Biden delivered his inaugural remarks on Wednesday after being administered the presidential oath of office by Chief Justice John Roberts. Biden will later participate in a Pass in Review with military members alongside VP Harris.

A look at the ‘extraordinary’ security measures in place ahead of Biden’s inauguration

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In the wake of the insurrection that shook the US Capitol on January 6, the Secret Service has launched a massive security operation to protect the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on January 20. Nearly 25,000 National Guard troops are currently stationed in Washington, DC, and a “Green Zone” security cordon has been set up around the US Capitol.

Apple launches major new Racial Equity and Justice Initiative projects

As part of its $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative commitment, Apple is supporting the launch of the Propel Center (rendering above), an innovation hub for the entire HBCU community that will provide curriculum, internships, and mentorship opportunities. Photos curtesy of Apple

Apple yesterday announced a set of major new projects as part of its $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative (REJI) to help dismantle systemic barriers to opportunity and combat injustices faced by communities of color.

House Democrats introduce article of impeachment against Trump

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House Democrats have unveiled an article of impeachment against President Trump accusing him of inciting insurrection in relation to the January 6 siege at the US Capitol, according to reports. Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced in a letter to colleagues on Sunday that the House will introduce a resolution on Monday calling on Vice President Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to declare President Trump “incapable of executing the duties of his office.”

California is having trouble recruiting temporary medical workers to help treat COVID-19 patients

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California officials are calling for 3,000 temporary medical workers to help handle the state’s high levels of COVID-19 patients. As of Thursday, the state only had about one-third of the temporary workers they say they need. A volunteer program is proving unsuccessful after 95,000 people originally raised their hands but only 14 are now in the field due to qualifications.

Congress returns to the Capitol to certify election results

Pro-Trump supporters storm the Capitol following a rally with President Donald Trump on Jan. 6, 2021. Samuel Corum / Getty Images

The breach by a pro-Trump mob at the US Capitol on Wednesday forced members of the House and Senate to suspend a joint session of Congress to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s presidential victory. Congressional leaders resumed the electoral vote count on Wednesday night after the Capitol building was secured.

McConnell says $2,000 COVID-19 check increase has ‘no realistic path’

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky speaking at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. Photo by Gage Skidmore

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell again rebuffed Democratic calls on Wednesday for a vote on a House bill that would increase COVID-19 relief payments to $2,000, adding that he sees “no realistic” path for the legislation.

Saving Superman: A quest for a new movie starring Henry Cavill

It has been nearly eight years since the last solo Superman movie starring Henry Cavill has premiered and fans are demanding more. Since news broke of Ben Affleck’s temporary departure from playing the Dark Knight, rumors and speculation has swirled around Henry Cavill possibly hanging up his Superman cape.

Trump administration grants permission to begin Biden transition process

President-elect of the United States Joe Biden speaking with attendees at the Presidential Gun Sense Forum hosted by Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. Photo by Gage Skidmore

The Trump administration has granted permission to begin the transition of power process to President-elect Joe Biden.

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