Black Voters Wonder: What Does Biden Presidency Mean For Justice System Reform?

In about 5 weeks, the United States will close the book on the tumultuous presidency of Donald Trump, and open the book on the new Joe Biden era. And one of the most pressing ... Continue Reading →

Gators Basketball Star Keyontae Johnson Stable and Communicating, Parents Share

Prayers went up across the nation when Florida Gators basketball star Keyontae Johnson horrifyingly collapsed mid-game earlier this month, with reports for several days indicating ... Continue Reading →

Rep. Marcia Fudge Tapped To Lead HUD: First Black Woman Chosen Since 70s; Will Lead Housing Agency As Covid Threatens To Leave Millions Homeless

U.S. Rep Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) is the likely next Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), according to reports. Fudge was selected by President-elect ... Continue Reading →

Its Up To Black Voters To Defeat Trump, Republicans: Editorial

With one day to go until voting in the high stakes 2020 election is a wrap, Black voters–as the true but often overlooked base of the Democratic Party–will be counted ... Continue Reading →

Photo Of Ice Cube and 50 Cent Wearing Trump 2020 Hats Turns Heads On Twitter

A photo showing rap legends Ice Cube and 50 Cent sitting courtside sporting matching TRUMP 2020 caps stirred controversy on social media as fans of the veteran MCs expressed shock ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Hope Their Voters Keep Turning Out In High Numbers In Florida As Election Nears

Democrats are hoping their voters continue to show up for early voting and return their absentee ballots at a high rate in order to fend off what is expected to be a surge of Republicans ... Continue Reading →

67,000 Ex-Felons Registered To Vote In Florida After Amendment 4 Controversially Struck Down: Report

Depicted in pic: Protesters in support of Florida’s Amendment 4. Photo Credit: Tampa Bay Times/LAWRENCE MOWER According to the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, slightly ... Continue Reading →

State Rep. Clovis Watson, Jr. Unseats Longtime Incumbent; Set To Become First Black Sheriff In Alachua County History

Democratic state Representative Clovis Watson, Jr., has made history: After ousting longtime Alachua county Sheriff Sadie Darnell by nearly 20% of the total vote in the county’s ... Continue Reading →

Child Hospitalizations From Covid-19 INCREASE 23% In Florida As State Prepares To Send Kids Off To School

Florida’s children are increasingly becoming hospital patients as the coronavirus continues to run through the state–while, simultaneously, the state prepares to send ... Continue Reading →

Jacksonville Is ‘Frontrunner’ To Host Trump’s Republican Convention

Jacksonville has emerged as the frontrunner to host the 2020 Republican National Convention, according to POLITICO. The event will be capped off with Donald Trump receiving the ... Continue Reading →

Uncertainty Increases As Many Are Forced To Choose Between Risking Coronavirus Infection Or Not Going Back To Work

Governors across the country are ramping up efforts to reopen the U.S. economy, but millions of Americans aren’t so sure this is the time to make such moves. According ... Continue Reading →

Olive Garden Fires Manager Who Allowed Racist Customer To Not Be Served By Black Employees; Customer Reportedly Said Black 16 Year Old Waitress ‘Should Work In A Strip Club’

Welcome to Trump’s America. An Olive Garden restaurant manager at an Evansville, Indiana location is now looking for a job after the manager complied with a request by ... Continue Reading →

Checkers Restaurant Employee Allegedly Argued With, Shot Customer Over Mixed Up Chicken Wings Order

Checkers Hamburgers have been been known to come out the drive-thru window smoking, but how about smoking hot–with bullets flying? A 24 year old now former employee is ... Continue Reading →

Controversial L.A. Prosecutor Who’s Hubby Pulled Gun On BLM Protesters Expected To Win Reelection

Widely criticized Los Angeles county district attorney Jackie Lacey appears headed for an outright reelection win, as she looks likely to avoid a runoff while holding a massive ... Continue Reading →

Cops Say Gainesville Woman Allegedly Tried To Run Over, Then Stabbed Boss After Alleged Theft From Employer

A 39 year old Gainesville woman is facing serious charges after police say she tried to run over, and later stabbed her supervisor because, cops say, she had been caught in a scheme ... Continue Reading →