25 May 2023 Google has removed a highly controversial game called Slavery Simulator from its app store, after it caused outrage in Brazil. The app, which allowed players to “buy and sell” black characters, was launched by Magnus Games on 20 April. The game was downloaded more than 1,000 times before it was removed on […]

By Zusha Elinson | Photographs by Amy Osborne for The Wall Street Journal May 28, 2023 12:01 am ET Listen to article (2 minutes) ANTIOCH, Calif.—For at least four years, officers in this small Bay Area city called Black residents racial slurs, bragged about beating suspects and joked about violating people’s civil rights in text […]

WASHINGTON, May 28 (Reuters) – After tough negotiations to reach a tentative deal with the White House on the U.S. borrowing limit, the next challenge for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is pushing it through the House, where it may be opposed by both hardline Republicans and progressive Democrats. As Democratic and Republican negotiators iron out […]

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – After posting a 293 (+13) on Saturday at the NCAA Championship and sits alone in 19th at the midway point of the championship. The Sooners will need a low round on Sunday to make the 54-hole cut to 15 teams, as they are four shots back of the cut and eight strokes off […]

The Herefordshire hills basked in brilliant sunshine last weekend. Summer had arrived and the skies were cloudless, conditions that would once have heralded succeeding nights of coal-dark heavens sprinkled with brilliant stars, meteorites and planets. It was not to be. The night sky was not so much black as dark grey with only a handful […]

By Bria Overs, Word in Black Winemaking is one of the oldest crafts in human history, with evidence from historians and archeologists going back as far as 6,000 B.C.  In the United States, Black folks didn’t enter the industry until the late 1800s. With 15 years in the business, Longevity Wines is one of less […]

FORT WORTH – Ida Cordelia Black, a beloved homemaker and loving spouse and parent peacefully passed to Heaven on Monday, May 22, 2023, surrounded by her family. Until her passing, she lived independently in her Fort Worth home with the loving assistance of her family, her neighbors, and later, her beloved caregivers. She was known […]

28 May 2023, 01:53 BST Updated 1 hour ago The White House and the Republicans have agreed in principle to raise the US debt ceiling and avert a default after weeks of bitter negotiations. The deal still needs to be approved by a divided US Congress. President Joe Biden described the agreement as a “compromise”, […]

OPINION: Super Rugby has started to deliver answers to all sorts of questions in recent weeks, none more important than a solution to the vexed issue of whether New Zealand has a world-class blindside flanker in its midst. What’s become apparent, albeit disguised by the fact that neither of them has spent much time wearing […]

The lab’s six instructors will teach everyone from high school students embarking on a career in heating, ventilation and air conditioning to seasoned HVAC installers who lack experience with heat pumps. Some of those veteran HVAC contractors might’ve even been turned off by heat pumps in the 1980s and ​‘90s, when the technology ​“got a bad rap” because […]

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