Though Jair Bolsonaro, the outgoing president of Brazil, did not clearly acknowledge losing, his chief of staff said that his administration would begin transferring power to President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
Plus Bolsonaro will step aside in Brazil and investigations mount in India’s bridge collapse.
By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher,San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Newspaper This week we have new numbers suggesting that the homeless population is growing in spite of efforts to make more housing available. This, in spite of efforts that are underway to open more shelters. There is discussion about the growing numbers of homeless without
By ReShonda Tate, DefenderNetwork.com BREAKING: Takeoff, the third member of Migos alongside the rappers Quavo and Offset, has died. Police say the 28-year-old rapper, real name Kirshnik Khari Ball, was fatally shot at a bowling alley in Houston where he and Quavo were playing dice around 2.30am; Takeoff was pronounced dead at the scene. Two
The court heard arguments seeking to eliminate consideration of race in college admissions. If the policy is overturned, experts predict a substantial drop in the admissions of African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans. by Maya Pottiger, Word in Black WASHINGTON, D.C. — Chants of “this is what democracy looks like” filled the air outside of
By The Associated Press A new scholarship program for students at historically Black colleges and universities bears the name of former United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young. Young, along with Georgia legislators, civil rights leaders, students and others gathered Oct. 28 on the steps of the Woodruff Library at Atlanta University Center to celebrate the creation
By Senator Cory V. McCray In 2016, we made history in the State of Maryland by overriding Governor Hogan’s veto of House Bill 980 and restoring voting rights to over 40,000 Marylanders who were on parole or probation. At the time, it was contentious. Republicans perceived the world would end if arbitrary barriers coded in
By Tiffany C. Ginyard, Special to the AFRO The city of Baltimore is finally catching up to speed with the founder and executive director of For My Kidz. Those in touch with human service organizations around town know that Jerel Wilson is a household name. Mention the words “resilient,” “tenacious,” or “resourceful,” and Wilson’s name
Netanyahu on brink of comeback as Israeli exit polls point to narrow majority for ex-PM CNN Israel election: Early exit polls show Netanyahu poised to return to power Fox News High Arab-Israeli Voter Turnout In Israel Could ‘Dilute’ Netanyahu’s Power In Israel MSNBC Israel election: what could happen Reuters Mint Explainer: A split Israel and the persistence of Netanyahu
College Football Playoff rankings predictions: First top 25 projections led by Georgia NCAA.com B/R CFB Community: Who Should Be No. 1 in the College Football Playoff This Week? Bleacher Report College Football Playoff Rankings prediction: Georgia on top, TCU in top four ahead of Clemson, Michigan CBS Sports Michigan football ranked No. 5 in initial 2022 College Football