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When the volcano erupted late last year, more than 50 people were killed, and hundreds more were injured.
People opposing Beijing over issues like Hong Kong, Taiwan or the persecution of Uyghurs see the moment as an opportunity to find common cause.
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New Zealand’s health service is seeking to take temporary custody of a critically ill infant so it can perform a lifesaving operation.
Congress stepped in to prevent supply chain havoc, but rail workers’ biggest grievance remains unaddressed.
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com Fintech has come to mean the integration of technology in providing financial services. The catch-all term includes digital lending and credit, as well as mobile banking and payments, and most recently, has encompassed the new world of blockchain and cryptocurrency. But, the roots
By Dreema Carrington, Morgan State University Intern A gruesome tradition As Morgan State University (MSU) wraps up another homecoming, students cope with the news of yet another on-campus shooting. Luckily, the homecoming shooting didn’t claim a life, however, an unnamed 20-year-old man was left injured. He was struck in front of the university’s student center
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org Regina T. Boyce (D-MD-43A) and Elizabeth Embry are the projected representatives of District 43A although the Maryland State Board of Elections has not certified the results. “The Boyce – Embry ticket was the strongest possible collaboration,” Nina Kasniunas, an associate political science professor
By Ralph E. Moore, Jr., The Moore Report, The Afro American News If it were just a board game of gun violence, it wouldn’t hurt so badly but it is not a game. Real lives are being lost. As the slogan would say, “you gotta play” to lose. Unfortunately, we hit 610 mass shootings in