*GENESEE CO., Michigan (WNEM) — A 36-year-old man has been arrested after grooming a victim, barricading her in a house, and sexually assaulting her over a period of three weeks, according to Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson. The victim, a 20-year-old woman, was walking down the street the week of Thanksgiving when the suspect, 36-year-old
*(CNN) — Twitter on Thursday evening banned the accounts of several high-profile journalists from top news organizations without explanation, apparently marking a significant attempt by new owner Elon Musk to wield his unilateral authority over the platform. The accounts belonging to CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan, The New York Times’ Ryan Mac, The Washington Post’s Drew Harwell
*Before ya’ll clock out for the day, breeze through today’s Social Heat. Romeo went to war against his pops and hip hop mogul Master P for acknowledging DJ tWitch‘s untimely passing while allegedly ignoring the same symptoms shown by his sister Tytyana Miller who died from a drug overdose on May 29, 2022. Tytyana battled
*Octavia Spencer is closing 2022 out with a bang. The immensely talented actress has a lot to celebrate this holiday season, like the premiere of her new movie “Spirited” on AppleTV+ starring Will Ferrell, and she also recently received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Spencer has starred in numerous projects including the
On Monday, December 12, Kennedy Center Honoree Amy Grant was featured on CBS Mornings. Grant’s segment, an in-depth interview with Vlad Duthiers, is the first among the five Honor profiles on the program. The post Amy Grant Talks with CBS Mornings About Bike Accident, Kennedy Center Honors appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Cedarmont Kids, the leading children’s brand in Christian Music was recently surprised with a reception at the Provident Entertainment offices with the announcement that the video “If You’re Happy” had surpassed one billion views on YouTube – a rare accomplishment shared by few videos worldwide. The post Cedarmont Kids Achieves One Billion+ Views For “If
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org We’ve all heard the age-old saying that “hard work pays off.” But, sometimes, working too hard can do more harm than good. “Burnout” is a form of work-related stress in which an individual experiences physical, emotional or mental exhaustion caused by their job’s
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member. email@example.com When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, many people often include eating healthier and getting in shape on their list. While the intent to take better care may be there, it’s not always easy to adopt a new diet or workout routine and
By The Associated Press The American Museum of Natural History on recently announced it had chosen college president Sean Decatur to become its next chief, making him the first Black leader of the institution. Decatur, currently the president of Kenyon College in Ohio, will succeed Ellen Futter in April of next year, the museum said.
By Stan Popovich, BlackPressUSA Do you struggle with your mental health and have a difficult time in getting the people you know to be more understanding? In some cases, your colleagues might give you a hard time regarding your anxieties and depression. As a result, here are seven suggestions on how to deal with the