In a battered city on Ukraine’s southern coast, salt water runs from the taps and electricity is sporadic. Residents curse Russia, but also express frustration with their own leaders.
While some nations are burning more coal this year in response to natural-gas shortages spurred by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, that effect is expected to be short-lived.
A former parliamentary staffer is accused of raping a colleague in the defense minister’s office. The judge said a juror had brought an article on sexual assault cases into the jury room against her instructions.
The domestic and international consensus has shown signs of fraying as midterm elections loom in the United States and Europeans face the prospect of a cold winter.
Saudi leaders decided earlier this month to join Russia in leading a cartel of oil producers to announce cutting production by two million barrels a day, which could raise prices and help Russia.
BLK, the dating app for Black singles, launches Homecoming Mode to bring HBCU students and alumni together
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com BLK, the prime lifestyle and dating app for Black singles, is helping students and alumni come together to […] The post BLK, the dating app for Black singles, launches Homecoming Mode to bring HBCU students and alumni together appeared first on AFRO American
Local software engineer creates Melalogic to help Black people protect their skin from harmful conditions, like melanoma
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member. firstname.lastname@example.org In the summer of 2010, Avery Smith’s wife, LaToya Donita-Smith, found a raised mole on her scalp. She […] The post Local software engineer creates Melalogic to help Black people protect their skin from harmful conditions, like melanoma appeared first on AFRO American
By Fatiha Belfakir, Special to the AFROfbelfakir@afro.com Voters in Baltimore are divided on term limits for Baltimore city elected officials as they are getting ready to cast votes in the […] The post Baltimore voters mull term limits as Election Day looms appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Courtney Cohn, Capital News Service Senate Democrats raced against the clock to confirm federal judges at a historic rate before the midterm election. President Joe Biden has nominated and […] The post Democrats confirm record number of Biden judges before midterms appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com As funds from Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) continue to flow down to communities across the nation, […] The post Blight, crime and public health: Mayor Brandon Scott speaks on his use of Baltimore’s ARPA funds appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers