Day: March 19, 2023

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Images of the $32 million drone’s damaged propeller, which the Pentagon argued was a result of the accident and rendered the aircraft inoperable and responsible for its plunge into deep waters, are shown in the video’s closing seconds. The drone was later intentionally crashed into 4,000–5,000-foot (1,200–1,500-meter) deep Black Sea waters, as it was impossible […]

MARTIN, TN– In honor of Black History Month, local black owned businesses gathered to celebrate and support each other’s success. That was the goal of the third annual Black Avenue event in Martin, Tennessee. Many black business owners displayed their successful businesses, that they say, is only possible because of the foundation laid by Black […]

SEOUL, March 20 (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the country should be ready to conduct nuclear attacks at any time to deter war, accusing the U.S. and South Korea of expanding joint military drills involving American nuclear assets, state media KCNA said on Monday. Kim’s remarks came as the isolated country […]

As a young boy, Roger Ross Williams would travel with his mother, a single woman who worked as a house cleaner in a small Pennsylvania town, to visit relatives on their farm in Charleston, South Carolina. “We would pack everything into the car, and we did it in one shot. We never stopped. I never […]

The Issue: The U.S. hyper-commercialized system of college sports, which does not exist anywhere else in the world, is in a period of overarching transition and deep financial crisis. A select share of Division I college athletes produce billions of dollars of revenue every year for their schools. Almost all of this revenue comes from […]

By Madeline Halpert BBC News, New York 2 February 2023 Image source, Getty Images A US high school curriculum on African-American history has been revised after conservative critics complained it amounted to “woke indoctrination”. Florida Republicans argued that a draft version of the new advanced-level course lacked educational value . . .

If any single theme can be said to dominate foreign affairs commentary in the United States, it’s the many threats to US global preeminence:  From climate change and extreme weather events.  From cybersecurity attacks and disinformation campaigns.  From threats to the dollar’s dominance as a global reserve currency.  From economic espionage and intellectual property theft.  […]

BBE Certification and Scorecard to be Piloted in Historic Black Towns, and Cities with Black Mayors, Then on National Scale, to Address the Fact That: Less than 1% of nation’s 3.2 million Black-owned businesses are certified as minority-owned The vast wealth gap between Black and White communities not changed since 1968 More than 1,100 pledges […]

#2 Wildcats Fall to #7 BYU 23-24  Central Washington University Athletics Source link

Brown widow spiders (Latrodectus geometricus) have caused population declines among several black widow species in the U.S. (Image credit: Shutterstock) Black widow spiders in the U.S. are being killed off by an unexpected rival: their invasive relatives, but the motivation behind the highly aggressive attacks is not yet clear, a new study finds.  The perpetrators, […]

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