BLACK VOTERS TURN GEORGIA BLUE: Warnock & Ossoff To Prevail; Senate Control Will Swing To Democrats

With a massive electoral turnout, Black voters led the way as Georgia–a former slave state, birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr., and home of some of the most brutal acts ... Continue Reading →

New Stimulus Deal May Include $600-700 Stimulus Checks: report

Congress is discussing a new stimulus deal that may include stimulus payments to Americans–but at a small pocket rate of $600-700–much lower than the $1,200 payment ... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Throwback Thursdays…Jook Gal: Elephant Man: (feat. Bone Crusher, Lil’ John & Kiprich)

Rewind back to 2003, when Jamaican dancehall rapper Elephant Man linked up with Lil Jon, Bine Crusher and Kiprich for a summer hit jam. Continue Reading →

Dionne Warwick Offers Slight Read At Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams Credit: Wendy Williams Show Legendary singer Dionne Warwick took the time to slightly gather TV talk queen Wendy Williams over comments Wendy made about the “San ... Continue Reading →

Ellen DeGeneres Tests Positive For Covid-19

TV talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a post she shared on Twitter.— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) ... Continue Reading →

Its K. Michelle vs. Black Twitter Over R. Kelly Tweet

Songstress K. Michelle is not the household name she once was, but she still knows how to become a trending topic–and a target for the ire of Black Twitter–after she ... Continue Reading →

Tyler Perry Doles Out $16K A Month To House Fallen Preacher: report

Billionaire movie mogul Tyler Perry is a friend in need and in deed, and has shelved out nearly $100,000 to house his homie, disgraced Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz, so that the preacher ... 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 →

HAVE A SEAT: Eagles Bench Struggling Franchise QB Carson Wentz In Favor Of Jalen Hurts

The Philadelphia Eagles are 3-8-1, struggling mightily, and losing ground fast in an already subpar NFC East division being led right now by the suddenly relevant New York Giants ... Continue Reading →

Its No ‘Secret’: Singer Ann Marie Held On No Bail Charges In Alleged Hotel Shooting

R&B singer Ann Marie is best known for her 2018 mega-hit song, “Secret”. But its not hush-hush where she’s sitting right now: Atlanta’s Fulton County ... Continue Reading →

Sen. Bernie Sanders Urges Relief Plan That Includes Stimulus Checks

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders is working hard against a bi-partisan Covid relief plan that excludes direct stimulus payments to Americans whose finances have been crippled by ... Continue Reading →

Retired 4 Star General Set To Become First Black Defense Secretary In U.S. History

A highly decorated 4 star general is set to make history as the first Black Defense Secretary in U.S. history, according to reports. President-elect Joe Biden is soon expected ... 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 →

Sign of Hope: 90 Year Old U.K. Woman Gets First Clinically-Approved Pfizer Vaccine; But U.S. Cases Sharply Rising

90 year old Margaret Keenan became the first person in the world to get a clinically-approved Covid-19 vaccine at 6:31 A.M. Tuesday. The Pfizer/BioNTech shot offers promise to ... 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 →