Brandon Lake led the trophy talley with triple wins during tonight’s TBN broadcast of the fan-fueled 10th Annual K-LOVE Fan Awards hosted by CAIN. Taped live at Nashville’s iconic OPRY House on May 28, Lake took home Male Artist, Song of the Year and Worship Song of the Year wins, with for KING & COUNTRY
A dam in southern Ukraine was split in half, but it is unclear who caused the damage. Thousands are being evacuated as dangerous volumes of water gush downstream.
In a new study, scientists found that the climate milestone could come about a decade sooner than anticipated, even if planet-warming emissions are gradually reduced.
In written testimony, the prince said his and Ms. Davy’s phones were repeatedly hacked while the two were dating.
Videos verified by The New York Times show downstream flooding after the destruction of the Kakhovka dam and hydroelectric plant on the Dnipro River.
A new report projects that economic growth will slow this year and remain weak in 2024.
‘Undulation’ is the latest single from keyboard player, vocalist and composer Kayla Waters. With a thumping beat that provides the perfect foil to Waters’ classy playing this uplifting number has it all going on and, with her new album slated for release this July, seems certain to leave the listener wanting more. With collections such
Women Entrepreneur Leadership Lab to host ‘Power Plays: A Small Business Summit for Innovative Women in Baltimore’
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org The Women Entrepreneur Leadership Lab (WELL), in collaboration with Color Vision, will hold Power Plays: A Small Business Summit for Innovative Women at the Rita Rossi Colwell Center in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on June 10. The one-day, mini conference will assemble established and aspiring women business owners to
By JEFF AMY, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta school board members announced Friday that they’re getting rid of district Superintendent Lisa Herring when her contract ends next year. Atlanta Public Schools Board Chair Eshé Collins, in a statement, didn’t explain why the board decided to not renew Herring’s contract after it ends June 30
By BEN FINLEY, Associated Press The chief diversity officer of the nation’s oldest state-supported military college, Virginia Military Institute, has turned in her resignation amid a debate among alumni over the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. Jamica Love took on the new role in July 2021 — a month after a state-sanctioned report found VMI failed