On September 30, 2022, the hot new R&B artist, Kourdell released his new single “Just Show It” on YouTube and all the usual streaming platforms. Kourdell Young is not only a talented musician. He’s also a professionally trained dancer and he is now pursuing his dreams of becoming a successful R&B recording artist. His musical
Half the world could soon face dangerous heat. We measured the daily toll it is already taking.
Corrections that appeared in print on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022.
Sue Biniaz is considered one of the most innovative American legal minds when it comes to climate negotiations. She once rescued a collapsing deal by using quotation marks.
The verdict offers a bare measure of justice for the 298 people killed in the downing of the jet, but it may set an example for possible prosecutions of Russian crimes during the current war.
The Biden administration has called for the retirement of the B83 superweapon, but nuclear experts say its most destructive parts will live on indefinitely in one form or another.
By Jill Colvin and Eric Tucker, The Associated Press Former President Donald Trump is suing the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to block a subpoena requiring him to testify. The suit contends that, while former presidents have voluntarily agreed to provide testimony or documents in response
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By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent The District of Columbia counts among the top 10 states with the best mental health, or the combination of the lowest prevalence of mental illness and greater access to care, according to Mental Health America’s annual “State of Mental Health in America” report. Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Delaware
By AFRO Staff Bowie State University has become the first HBCU in Maryland to offer a degree program for persons incarcerated at a state correctional facility. The program, offered by the school through the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, would allow qualified inmates at the Jessup Correctional Institution to pursue a bachelor’s