2015-16 NBA SEASON

Sports continue around the state The Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade, top, went to the basket in a loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves in Miami on...

Senator looks to keep ‘stand your ground’ change alive

BY JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – A senator sponsoring a National Rifle Association-backed change to the state’s controversial “stand your ground” law...

Don’t sell students short

Collegians find new power in protests BY THOMAS CURWEN, JASON SONG AND LARRY GORDON LOS ANGELES TIMES / TNS If the University of Missouri was the spark,...

MAKING IT RAIN

With a year left before the 2016 presidential election, don’t expect President Obama to tackle ‘big’ issues while he focuses on raising millions of...

VETERANS DAY 2015

‘Thank you for your service’ U.S. Navy veteran Terrance Williams, left, enjoys a laugh with Miami Dolphins alumnus Mark Duper as free repair work continues...

ANALYSIS: When two paths cross

Reporter reviews Michael Dunn trial documentary BY NINA METZ CHICAGO TRIBUNE / TNS Watching “3½ Minutes, Ten Bullets” is something of a Rorschach test, sussing out your...

Artis appointed to Homeland Security council

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER WASHINGTON – Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson recently announced the appointment of Florida Memorial University President Dr. Roslyn Clark...

‘BLACK PEOPLE HAVE ACCEPTED DEFEAT’

A Baltimore-based group of young Black men is fighting against the odds by attempting to decrease the city’s homicide rate among their peer group...

OUT AND ABOUT / ANIMATE! MIAMI 2015

Getting ‘zombiefied’ Approximately 12,000 people, including costume players, videogamers, and animation fans attended the annual Animate! Convention in Miami-Dade on Oct. 23-25.  The event included...

Cops and Black youth don’t mix

Report says police abuse is rampant BY MICHAEL MUSKAL LOS ANGELES TIMES / TNS More than half of Black “millennials” in the U.S. say they or someone...

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