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When Senator Dianne Feinstein entered a hearing room this month to reclaim her seat on the Senate Judiciary Committee after a monthslong absence, she was accompanied by a phalanx of aides. Two staff members settled the 89-year-old California Democrat into a chair at the dais as the assembled senators greeted their ailing colleague with a […]

The NB2A supports existing Black brewers and business owners, but will also invite the next generation to be a part of its growth. Central to the NB2A’s mission is creating pathways for knowledge among members of the Black brewing community, as well as increasing the opportunities available to Black brewery owners until their numbers are […]

Mr Heiler launched a rock to break the window. (Representational Image: Unsplash) A heroic man named Sam Heiler from Arizona pulled two toddlers from a burning car just seconds before it exploded. According to a Fox News report, Sam Heiler and his wife Melissa were driving for a weekend getaway when they spotted a car […]

More than half of blind people engage in less than 30 minutes of physical activity per week, compared to 27% of the UK average. By Sabah Choudhry, news correspondent Sunday 28 May 2023 06:24, UK Blind and partially sighted people are “twice as likely” to be inactive compared to the UK population, according to new […]

The spirit of George Floyd is never far from Bridgette Stewart, an anti-violence activist from a group, Agape Movement, that tends George Floyd Square in Minneapolis. But it came rushing back to Stewart earlier this month when another black man, Jordan Neely, died in circumstances eerily similar to Floyd’s. Homeless and mentally ill, Neely was […]

Published 05-24-23 Submitted by U.S. Bank Photo: Scott Ford, left, Greg Cunningham and Sekou Kaalund participated in the LinkedIn Live discussion. Originally published on U.S. Bank company blog For many Black Americans, historic discriminatory policies and lack of access to credit have prevented them from building wealth and from . . .

May 28 (Reuters) – Good news of a tentative deal for the U.S. debt ceiling impasse may quickly turn out to be bad news for financial markets. U.S. President Joe Biden and top congressional Republican Kevin McCarthy

Andrew Cornaga/PHOTOSPORT Will Jordan in action for the All Blacks against the Wallabies at Eden Park last September. Will Jordan is the latest All Black to recommit to New Zealand Rugby beyond this year’s World Cup. The 25-year-old outside back isn’t going anywhere for at least four years, after re-signing with the governing body and […]

25 May 2023 Image source, Getty Images Image caption, Sony showed a string of games at its Playstation Showcase – and there were some hits, but a few misses too Sony’s given fans a glimpse of some big upcoming games at its first PlayStation Showcase in well over a year. The livestream is usually reserved […]

In the coming years, Mr. Stillwell added, Delta Apparel plans to open as many as 20 new Salt Life stores across the country, in Georgia, Texas, California and other states. A Brand Grows in Florida The store in Long Branch, like Salt Life’s other stores (most of which are in Florida), is designed to evoke […]

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