*Many have and are talking about Damar Hamlin but few ever talked with him before his horrific injury that has touched millions. In this special feature on The Earl Ofari Hutchinson Show, Hamlin discusses his career, expectations and thoughts about the game. Afterward, political analyst and show Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson provides commentary on Hamlin
*“The Upshaws” family comedy is coming back to Netflix for season 3 starting Thursday, February 16. The series is about a Black family, which is part of a working class in Indianapolis, Indiana. The viewers follow the family as it struggles with life’s challenges. Netflix has released photos of the upcoming season as the premiere
*(CNN) — Two-time champion Naomi Osaka has pulled out of the Australian Open, tournament organizers announced on Sunday, without elaborating on the reason. “Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the Australian Open. We will miss her at #AO2023,” the Australian Open tweeted. Former world No. 1 Osaka was not listed to play in warm-up tournaments in
*LAPD Chief Michel Moore wants a second five-year term as LAPD chief. It is up to the L.A. Police Commission and L.A. Mayor Karen Bass to approve his reappointment. The early indications are that they will. However, as I mentioned in a prior column on Moore and the LAPD, there are still questions that he
*Is he a hero or villain? We’re talking about a man – who Houston police are searching for – who fatally shot a robber at a taco restaurant on Thursday (01-05-23). It was something out of a movie as video surveillance footage shows the robber entering the restaurant with a black mask and gun drawn
Horrific slayings brought grief and anxiety to a the placid college town of Moscow, Idaho.
Liberal supporters of Francis, a pope never shy about exercising power, now anticipate a late-breaking season of change.
The Orthodox Christmas service at the Pechersky Lavra monastery in Kyiv was held for the first time by the Ukrainian-led branch of the church, rather than the Russian-led one.
The Western allies’ provision of infantry fighting vehicles signals their support for new offensives in coming months, analysts said.
Ukraine never accepted Russia’s unilateral Christmas truce, dismissing it as a hollow ploy, and Russian shelling was as intense as ever in a hotly contested city.