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Today marks the 19th year anniversary of the worst terrost attack on U.S. soil in history, killing 2,977 Americans and injuring over 25,000. Terrorists hijacked four U.S. planes, two of them which were crashed into the North and South towers of the World Trade Center complex, one into the Pentagon and the fourth was thwarted by […]

A video posted on Facebook allegedly showing a white police officer keeping his knee on a black man’s neck as he groans that he “can’t breathe” has sparked outrage in Minneapolis. A police statement says officers responded to a “forgery in progress” and found the man, believed to be in his 40s, allegedly under the influence […]

Jeezy took to Instagram Live to share his thoughts on the fight against COVID-19. His sister, who is a nurse and on the frontline in what Jeezy called, “an invisible enemy,” was the motivation behind his video. “I see it in her eyes when I talk to her on the phone. She’s tired and she’s trying […]

Cruise lines are watching developments with the pandemic and are extending suspensions of their upcoming trips. Cunard, Carnival, and MSC are the latest companies to stretch their cancelations through the month of May. Each cruise line had previously only paused journeys through April. Through this time, many cruise companies are evaluating the best options for health, safety, […]

At least 43 suburban Chicago residents are experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus after attending a church service. The 43 worshipers — 10 of whom have tested positive for COVID-19 — visited Life Church in Glenview last week, which was before Governor J.B. Pritzker issued stay-at-home orders, says Pastor Anthony LoCascio. Only 12 of the ill […]

During these trying times, many businesses have had to close their doors but Richmond restaurants, breweries, and coffee shops are moving to curbside service. See full list here

Whether you’re in a location that has a “shelter in place” order or you’re socially distancing due to Coronavirus, there’s no doubt that your life has changed. Change can challenge your mental health, but Psychotherapist Dr. Kathryn Smerling says, “walking in nature” helps with self-healing and has been a mental-booster for her and her clients. Smerling also suggests […]

A high school basketball coach in Miami has been reassigned for making a bad decision. Jacob Shaw allowed celebrity twerker, Nastya Nass, to film a video inside of the Miami Beach High School gym. Nass and 47 other dancers twerked their way throughout the space to a Nicki Minaj song. The Miami-Dade County Public Schools […]

Today is National Pancake Day (Tuesday, February 25th). In case you forgot, IHOP is giving away free short-stacks of pancakes. It is suggested that you make a donation to one of their selected charities in exchange for free food. The restaurant is also giving away tons of prizes to celebrate. You’ll need to download an […]

Thousands will ascend upon the Staple Center in Los Angeles on Monday to say goodbye to basketball legend, Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna. According to TMZ, the 20,000 seats at the Staple Center will be filled with friends, family and those who Kobe worked alongside in the NBA community. Those at home can watch […]

Julius Montgomery, who broke barriers as the first black man in the U.S. space program, has died at the age of 90. The pioneer’s death, announced Friday by his family, comes a week after he was honored by the Florida Institute of Technology with an honorary doctorate. “It was such an honor for him,” says […]

Roger Stone, the close friend and longtime Republican campaign adviser of President Donald Trump, has been sentenced to three years, four months in federal prison, a $20,000 fine, two years of probation and 250 hours of community service. Stone was charged with witness tampering, obstructing an official proceeding, and five counts of making false statements. […]