Tag: National News

Ben Crump Plans Lawsuit Against Buffalo Mass Shooter’s Parents & Gun Manufacturer

America is going through a rough period at the moment as we collectively try to wrap our heads around two separate mass shootings that took place recently in Buffalo, New York and Uvalde, Texas, respectively. Regarding the Tops supermarket tragedy where 18-year-old Payton Gendron… Continue Reading “Ben Crump Plans Lawsuit Against Buffalo Mass Shooter’s Parents & Gun Manufacturer”

The New “Juneteenth” Ice Cream At Walmart Churns Up Controversy

Next month, the Black community as a whole will join in the annual celebration of Juneteenth to signify the ending of slavery in America. As expected, many brands have already began rolling out marketing plans to join in the glorious commemoration. However, it was… Continue Reading “The New “Juneteenth” Ice Cream At Walmart Churns Up Controversy”

Supreme Court Justice Wife Ginni Thomas Probed AZ Lawmakers To Overturn Trump’s 2020 Election Loss

Being in politics, whether directly or indirectly, requires a certain level of dignity that can lead to some serious repercussions if you get caught slipping. Ginni Thomas, wife of U.S. Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas, is currently in the political hot seat after recently-unearthed… Continue Reading “Supreme Court Justice Wife Ginni Thomas Probed AZ Lawmakers To Overturn Trump’s 2020 Election Loss”

Census Reveals That Over 6 Million Afro-Latinos Identify As White, 25% Chose Black

The U.S. Census can be a tedious task, but it does help local governments not only know who they’re serving exactly but also gives Americans as a whole an idea of the racial breakdown throughout our beautifully diverse nation. A surprising result that came… Continue Reading “Census Reveals That Over 6 Million Afro-Latinos Identify As White, 25% Chose Black”

EXPLAINER: What’s Behind The Baby Formula Shortage?

Source: STEFANI REYNOLDS / Getty WASHINGTON (AP) — Many parents are hunting for infant formula after a combination of short- and long-term problems hit most of the biggest U.S. brands. Millions of babies in the U.S. rely on formula, which is the only source of nutrition… Continue Reading “EXPLAINER: What’s Behind The Baby Formula Shortage?”

Senate Rejects Women’s Health Protection Act, Putting Abortion Rights At High Risk

Abortion is one of the most heavily debated topics throughout the nation, with one side viewing it as premeditated murder and the other half seeing it as a women’s personal choice of whether or not to bear the responsibility of bringing a life into… Continue Reading “Senate Rejects Women’s Health Protection Act, Putting Abortion Rights At High Risk”

New Memoir Claims Trump Wanted Guns Used On Protestors: “Just Shoot Them In The Legs Or Something?”

Many of us haven’t looked back once ever since the Trump Administration came to an end last year with the inauguration of current U.S. President Joe Biden. Unfortunately the controversial political figure hasn’t escaped public attention completely, especially with many people that were formerly… Continue Reading “New Memoir Claims Trump Wanted Guns Used On Protestors: “Just Shoot Them In The Legs Or Something?””

Judge Allows Lawsuit To Get Reparations For Tulsa Massacre Survivors & Descendants

For many African Americans familiar with the story, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre proved to be one of the most heinous acts of hatred done upon our ancestors based simply on their skin color and self-made affluence. While 100 years hasn’t nearly been long… Continue Reading “Judge Allows Lawsuit To Get Reparations For Tulsa Massacre Survivors & Descendants”

Menthol Ban In Cigarettes & Cigars To Be Approved By The FDA

Smoking cigarettes is one of the biggest vices in the world, regularly causing sickness and even death to many across the globe who find the effects of menthol to be “soothing.” The FDA is looking to eliminate a new generation of menthol addicts though… Continue Reading “Menthol Ban In Cigarettes & Cigars To Be Approved By The FDA”

Buffeted By Weather, a Historic Black Town Strives To Endure

  PRINCEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — As she exits her hometown’s only restaurant clutching an order of cabbage and hush puppies, Carolyn Suggs Bandy pauses to boast about a place that stakes its claim as the oldest town chartered by Black Americans nearly 140 years… Continue Reading “Buffeted By Weather, a Historic Black Town Strives To Endure”