Byline: Clarissa Loren In March of 2020, the world was dealt a major blow with the arrival and spread of Covid-19. It felt like a gut punch to those of us in the U.S. As many became sick and the death toll began to rise, life as we know itRead More
The recent public meltdown of former Tampa Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown during a game in New York have many questioning whether the NFL and other professional sports league show enough care
PGA Career Services and FORE HIRE announced today a strategic partnership that will directly connect interested and diversified female job candidates to employment opportunities within the golf industry.
By Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large (CNN) — On the eve of his one-year anniversary in office, President Joe Biden finds himself at the lowest polling point of his tenure — a worrisome
Raymond Washburn, who is credited with helping rescue five people from the rubble of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, passed away on Sunday at his home in Bristow, Oklahoma, at the age
Despite the cold and snow, a local nonprofit and volunteers showed that there is enough warmth in their hearts to change one man's life for the better this weekend.
“President Biden is working to bring long-overdue diversity to the leadership of the Federal Reserve,” Erica Lowe, the White House Director of African American Media, wrote on Twitter. “Lisa D. Cook would
The devices are meant to help locate and track car keys, wallets and other belongings, but criminals are increasingly using them to help perpetuate their crimes.
The federal government has quietly launched its website to sign up for free Covid-19 tests, allowing people to order a maximum of four tests shipped directly to their household.
Clyde Bellecourt, a Native American civil rights leader who founded the influential group American Indian Movement (AIM), died Tuesday of cancer at the age of 85, his wife, Peggy Bellecourt, and Minnesota's