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 →

Could Covid Anxiety, PlayStation 5 Game System Shortages Have Something To Do With Increased Retail Store Brawls?

Even as the coronavirus pandemic rages, shoppers are heading out to stores, hoping to snag last minute deals for Christmas gifts, like the super-popular, all-new PlayStation 5–which ... Continue Reading →

Are Businesses Doing Enough To Protect Customers from Covid-19?

As the deadly reality of the coronavirus pandemic swept over America, many retailers and businesses, in the midst and aftermath of mandatory shutdowns, began to require customers ... 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 →

DEADLY FIGURES: 200,000 Americans Have Died From Covid-19

Two hundred thousand Americans have now died from the coronavirus–a staggering average of 858 deaths per day, every day, since February 6, when the first known death due ... Continue Reading →

Michael Bloomberg To Spend Millions To Help Florida Felons Pay Fines So They Can Vote

With 6 weeks to go until Election Day, and barely a month after Florida Republicans succeeded through the federal courts in preventing hundreds of thousands of the state’s ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Risks Alienating Black Voters By Not Choosing A Black Woman As VP Candidate

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has said a decision on whom he will pick to join his ticket as vice presidential nominee could come as early as next week, and several ... Continue Reading →

If Passed Over By Biden, Val Demings Could Challenge Republican Rubio In Florida Senate Race In 2022

Congresswoman Val Demings is reported to be under serious consideration to join Joe Biden on the Democratic presidential ticket to seek to unseat President Donald Trump, whose ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Hopes Black South Carolina Voters Will Save His Campaign

What a difference a year makes. This time last year, voters were still waiting for former Vice President Joe Biden to announce whether he would or would not run for president ... Continue Reading →

Bernie Sanders May Be Building ‘Insurmountable’ Delegate Lead In Democratic Race: Report

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has a lot of moderate Democrats worried that election losses up and down the 2020 ticket are waiting down the pike if the self-described Democratic ... Continue Reading →

Pop Smoke Victim Of Targeted Assassination? Associate Who Says He’s Smoke’s Biological Brother Denies Internet-Fueled Setup Accusations

Tributes to slain rapper Pop Smoke, a New York rap artist who was murdered reportedly after a violent pre-dawn home invasion carried out by several armed men wearing hoodies, are ... Continue Reading →

Janet Jackson Offers Touching Instagram Tribute To Her TV & Music Video Mom, Ja’Net DuBois, Who Passed Away Tuesday

Superstar singer Janet Jackson shared a brief but touching Instagram post in tribute to her TV mama, actress Ja’Net DuBois, best known as the beloved Willona Woods on the ... Continue Reading →

Lizzo Once Again Bares Her Enormous ASSets

Lizzo subscribes to the philosophy that bigger is better and in her case, there’s lots of big to go around. And to the delight of chubby chasers everywhere, she’s ... Continue Reading →

Michael Bloomberg Becoming More Popular With Black Folks, Increases Outreach, Gains Momentum: He Now Leads Florida Poll; Ties For Second In Georgia

As the discussion surrounding his history of advocating for policies that chafed minority communities continues, billionaire philanthropist Michael Bloomberg is nonetheless increasing ... Continue Reading →

Godfather Of Soul James Brown MURDERED? D.A. Asked To Find Out

More than 13 years after the Christmas Day 2006 death of James Brown, known colloquially as “The Godfather Of Soul”, a confidant of Brown is asking Atlanta’s ... Continue Reading →