This year the “mathematical equivalent to the FBI’s voluminous fingerprint files” enters its 50th year, with 362,765 entries (and counting).
The storm could bring damaging winds and flooding to the Mariana Islands in the Pacific, meteorologists said.
For thousands of Afghans, the American withdrawal from Kabul was just the beginning of a long, dangerous search for safety.
It was not immediately clear what prompted the rush at Cuscatlán Stadium in the capital. President Nayib Bukele vowed to conduct a thorough investigation.
By Tim Reynolds, AP Basketball Writer Ja Morant was suspended by the Memphis Grizzlies on May 14 after he appeared to be holding a gun in another social media video that was streamed live on Instagram, the latest in a series of concerning incidents involving the two-time All-Star guard. It’s the second time in less
MTV Entertainment Studios to Host Mental Health Action Day Event Featuring V.P. Kamala Harris at CSUDH
By Black PR Wire (Black PR Wire) Carson, CA – MTV Entertainment Studios (MTVE) today announced it will host a mental health event featuring Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday, May 18, 2023 at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) in Carson, California. This is the second event MTVE has hosted in collaboration with the
Photo: Kateryna Onyshchuk via 123RF The explosion of online shopping has made purchasing groceries, gifts, and home décor more convenient than ever. You no longer have to leave your house and wait in lines – instead, all you need is an internet connection, and you can purchase anything the world has to offer! This increase
Photo: Kasper Ravlo via 123RF Saving up for your first house can be arduous and confusing, even for the most financial-savvy home buyer. You may be surprised to learn how attainable homeownership can be! Conventional wisdom tells us that you’ll need at least 20% of the purchase price for a down payment, and after adding
By Reuben Greene, Special to the AFRO As a photojournalist, I’ve had the privilege of documenting numerous musical performances throughout my career, but none have been as soul-stirring and electrifying as Jill Scott’s “Words and Sounds Vol. 1” Anniversary Tour. Stepping into The Theater at MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md., I could feel
Only two percent of America’s teachers are Black men. (Photo by Tamarcus Brown on Unsplash) By Aria Brent, AFRO Staff Writer Though educators of all races, creeds and colors can and do connect with scholars of different backgrounds each day, the feeling of familiarity is an unmatched sentiment when it comes to the experience of