Why more Black women die of breast cancer

ISTOCK/ NNPA Black women need to demand the attention and care of health care professionals. BY RICKI FAIRLEYSPECIAL...

Authorities warn about Medicare fraud involving genetic tests

IGOR STEVANOVIC/DREAMSTIME/TNS Officials have issued a warning about Medicare fraud involving genetic tests. BY WAYNE ROUSTAN SUN SENTINEL/TNS

A day in Corinth

There’s plenty of culture and history to soak up during a quick visit to the Mississippi city.

African American troops also fought in Normandy

John Q. Jordan was a journalist during World War II and wrote for the Norfolk New Journal and Guide.

Apollo 11 countdown started 50 years ago Wednesday

NASA/TNS This July 20, 1969 file photo is a portrait of the prime crew of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. From...

‘What to the slave is the Fourth of July?’

Frederick Douglass, 1818-1895 Editor’s note: On July 5, 1852, anti-slavery crusader Frederick Douglass spoke at an...

SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy for the third time

PAUL HENNESSY/NURPHOTO/ZUMA PRESS/TNS A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket carrying satellites for the U.S. Air Force successfully launches from pad 39A on...

Before Apollo 11, four missions charted path for moon landing

PHOTO COURTESY OF NASA /TNS Above is a view of the Apollo 9 Lunar Module "Spider" in a lunar landing configuration,...

Trump: U.S. was ‘cocked and loaded’ against Iran

OLIVIER DOULIERY/ABACA PRESS/TNS President Donald Trump, left, and John Bolton, national security adviser, attend a briefing at the White House on...

Study finds most of the world failing at gender equality

ILLUSTRATION COURTESY OF NNPA NEWSWIRE Altogether, 2.8 billion girls and women live in countries that get either a “very poor” (59...

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