Some critics see Trump’s behavior as un-Christian. His conservative Christian backers see a hero

By David Crary, AP National Writer For eight years, Donald Trump has managed to secure the support of many evangelical and conservative Christians despite behavior that often seemed at odds with teachings espoused by Christ in the Gospels. If some observers initially viewed this as an unsustainable alliance, it’s different now. Certain achievements during Trump’s


The Hartford’s New Study: Black U.S. Workers Face Greater Barriers To Mental Health Support At Work

HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jul 20, 2023–New research by The Hartford and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) found Black U.S. workers face greater barriers to mental health support in the workplace compared with white, Hispanic/Latino, and Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) U.S. workers. Black U.S. workers were more likely to rate their mental health as


Celebrating inclusivity during Disability Pride Month 

By Mylika Scatliffe AFRO Women’s Health Writer  Wesley Hamilton is an award-winning bodybuilder, something he never considered before becoming disabled. Hamilton is currently gearing up for the Immix Gala hosted by the organization, Disabled But Not Really, on Nov. 16, 2023. The black-tie event will be held in downtown Kansas City, Mo. Credit: Photo courtesy of