After a year of releasing scattered singles about the struggles of love and vulnerability, rising singer Dominic Scott is ready to release a debut project. His upcoming mixtape, Color Theory, will release Dec. 19. Scott’s mixtape announcement comes days after releasing his second song of the year, “Redlight Special.” The short but seductive song, co-produced
The laureates from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have become symbols of resistance during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Jimmy Lai, the outspoken owner of a pro-democracy newspaper, was sentenced to more than five years in prison for violating terms of a lease contract.
The police said they believed that the suspect, whom they identified as a 40-year-old German citizen, had shot his mother before moving on to the center of the city.
The finale of “The White Lotus” airs tomorrow. Here’s to being a fan, without going overboard.
A conversation with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the United Nations’ biodiversity negotiations in Montreal.
By Courtney Cohn and Ekaterina Pechenkina, Capital News Service While the anticipated Republican “red wave” did not materialize, the GOP-controlled House will impact President Joe Biden’s policy agenda and increase the chances for possible investigations when the divided 118th Congress convenes in January, analysts say. “One-party Democrat rule in Washington is finished. We have fired
By Bianca Crawley, Special to the AFRO It’s not often that a magnificent and inspiring local centenarian marks 106 years of life– with most of it spent in the bustling Baltimore area. On Dec. 9 Arthur Green, the admired veteran who still lives on his own in Baltimore County, celebrated another year of life. Green
By Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, AFRO U.S. Supreme Court Correspondent The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard a case that could turn back the clock on civil rights as we know it. In 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, Colorado website designer Lorie Smith objects to serving same-sex couples on her website and is suing for the right
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com In our country’s 246-year history, we’ve had just three Black governors. The first came in 1990, more than a century after Black people were granted citizenship and Black men were formally given the right to vote. Lawrence Douglas Wilder was elected as Virginia’s