Jazmine Sullivan’s “Hurt Me So Good” has reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart this week. It’s the second time the two-time Grammy winner has taken hold of the summit, as “Pick Up Your Feelings” did so during the week of March 20, 2021. “Hurt Me So Good” is lifted from Sullivan’s Heaux
THEY., the R&B duo composed of vocalist Drew Love and producer Dante Jones, have shared their new song “Set Me Free.” Incorporating micro levels of hazy rock, Love sings about moments of hope, where an unnamed rescuer helps him come out on the other side. “I’m on my knees / Prayin’ that somebody / Will
A new report on the auto industry cites extensive links to Xinjiang, where the U.S. government now presumes goods are made with forced labor.
When the bridge opened in 2018, it was a powerful symbol of the connection the Kremlin was attempting to forge between Russia and Crimea, a Ukrainian region illegally annexed by Moscow.
People crowded into underground Metro stations as air raid alarms went off across Ukraine’s capital.
Ukraine strikes military bases deep in Russia.
Kherson has been whipsawed by occupation, liberation and now dread. It’s a lonely place. And cold.
By Jenna Bloom and Danielle Hodes, Capital News Service Five socially conservative school board candidates in Maryland who were leading just after Election Night ended up losing when the counting of mail-in and provisional ballots was concluded this week. Those changes meant that 20 of the 41 socially conservative candidates identified by Capital News Service
By Aziah Siid, Word in Black South Side of Chicago-native Abdul Wright, grew up the oldest of several siblings. His family moved through low-income housing — at one point they found themselves in a homeless shelter. But Wright, who was named 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year, is a prime example of how an excellent
By Laura Ungar, The Associated Press A year after omicron began its assault on humanity, the ever-morphing coronavirus mutant drove COVID-19 case counts higher in many places just as Americans gathered for Thanksgiving. It was a prelude to a wave that experts expect to soon wash over the U.S. Phoenix-area emergency physician Dr. Nicholas Vasquez