The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees were announced early this year. Seven of these inductees are African Americans. This makes this year’s
Colin Powell, the first U.S. black Secretary of State and military leader, whose leadership in several administrations helped formulate foreign policy, died on Monday morning
It has long been advised that homeownership is a brilliant way to start building wealth. But Americans weighed down by student debt payments, the dream
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp suffered outages Monday, according to public statements from the three Facebook services. “We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing
For some, finding love during the pandemic has felt like cycling uphill—leaving some winded and on the verge of giving up the search. With Covid-19
It has been two years since the pandemic hit—two years of losing loved ones and two years of the economy being brought to its knees.
The 76th session of the U.N. General Assembly (UNGA 76) opened last Tuesday – the 14th of September 2021. The session kicked off with the
Ninah Jackson, Political Science, Class of 2025 School is back in session, and I talk with Ninah Jackson a recent graduate of Oxon Hill High
On Wednesday, the fatal shooting of 27-year-old Antwan Gilmore by a D.C. officer marked the most recent shooting in D.C. The 27-year-old man was found
According to a Texas A&M University School of Public Health survey, 31% of the 5000 respondents said they did not intend to pursue vaccination. The
Fox’s 911 Star Angela Bassett makes history as the highest-paid Black actress on TV. Following a series of pay increases on Fox’s drama series 9-1-1, Angela
Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barret, last week Thursday, denied the request made by Indiana University students to block the vaccine mandate. Her decision came
The Islamist group, Taliban, has made tremendous gains in Afghanistan, even after President Biden promised that the United States Forces’ departure would not be hasty.
Courtney Kemp and Netflix are teaming up.