Saturday, March 28, 2020

Help prevent coronavirus by washing hands to these songs

BY GABRIELLE CALISE TAMPA BAY TIMES/TNS The ritual of hand-washing shouldn’t just be a swish of the palms with some soap and water. And lately, doing...

Supreme Court will again consider whether to strike down Obamacare

BY DAVID G. SAVAGE LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS WASHINGTON — Taking up an appeal from California’s attorney general, the Supreme Court announced Monday it will rule on...

DeSantis: Risk is ‘low,’ but more coronavirus cases expected

BY CHRISTINE SEXTON NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday reiterated that the risk of the novel coronavirus in Florida “remains low,”...

A teary goodbye

KOBE & GIANNA BRYANT CELEBRATION OF LIFE Michael Jordan helps Vanessa Bryant off the stage at the Kobe & Gianna Bryant Celebration of Life on...

FROM ‘HIDDEN’ TO HERO

Katherine Johnson, the legendary NASA mathematician, dies at 101 BY MIKE HOLTZCLAW DAILY PRESS/TNS NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Katherine Johnson, the NASA Langley Research Center mathematician who...

Farrakhan: Billionaires ‘paying off’ Black preachers and politicians

BY NIRAJ WARIKOO DETROIT FREE PRESS/TNS DETROIT – Speaking to a packed crowd of thousands on Feb. 23 in Detroit, minister Louis Farrakhan called upon America...

‘A time out’

Black S.C. voters want Dems to calm down BY TYRONE BEASON LOS ANGELES TIMES / TNS NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – Darryl Thompson furrowed his brows, wearily rested...

Senators weigh clampdown on amendments

BY JIM SAUNDERS THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – A proposal that would make it harder to put proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot is...

‘TRUTH ILLUMINATED’

Owners of the Black News Channel say they are ready to tell Black America’s story. BY ANDREAS BUTLER FLORIDA COURIER ORLANDO – It’s no secret that the...

Posthumous book from Elijah Cummings due in June

BY EMILY OPILO THE BALTIMORE SUN/TNS BALTIMORE — More than four months have passed since Rep. Elijah Cummings died, but the Maryland Democrat’s work will continue...