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Tyler Perry is one of Black Entertainment Television’s most prolific creators  — and just one name in a constellation of stars circling the storied cable channel. Rapper Curtis Jackson, better known as 50 Cent, and basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal are said to be part of a group that is weighing a bid for BET Media […]

Last year, as rumors of a secret documentary swirled at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, many students taking part in sorority recruitment were on high alert. There was talk of a film crew on campus. More dramatically, there were unfounded whispers that some potential new sorority members — known, in Greek-speak, as P.N.M.s — […]

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — The South African government was under more pressure Wednesday for declining to release cargo documents relating to the visit by a Russian ship that the United States alleges collected a consignment of weapons for Moscow. Separately, a top official in South Africa’s ruling party added to the scrutiny of […]

Mariama Bangoura has just returned to her home country of Guinea from Tunisia after fleeing xenophobic attacks. “They sent us out of our houses it is deplorable. At 10 p.m. they would knock on your door and send you outside of your room. We can’t buy bread in the shops and in the markets, they […]

May 24, 2023 Sue Barrington described it as an ‘absolute honour’ to receive the Mary Black Award at the Swim England Artistic Swimming National Junior and Senior Championships 2023. Sue originally started out in ballet dancing, but turned to artistic swimming once she discovered she could do ‘ballet in the water’ and has now been […]

The governing body of South American football, CONMEBOL, launched an investigation into suspected racist shouting by Gimnasia y Esgrima supporters against Colombia international Hugo Rodagella at the Copa Sudamericana on Wednesday. Following the Argentine team’s 1-0 victory over Colombians Independiente de Santa Fe on Tuesday, Rodallega claimed some Gimnasia fans had called him “monkey” and […]

Typhoon Mawar has heavily impacted the U.S. territory of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) with intense winds, flooding rain and a life-threatening storm surge. Mawar is projected to be the largest, strongest storm to strike the region in two decades. Guam has a population of more than 150,000 people, many […]

Researchers and industry leaders gathered at Texas A&M University for the first Insects as Food and Feed Symposium to diversify and expand the burgeoning field. Black soldier fly larvae are a key insect being studied by the Center for Environmental Sustainability through Insect Farming for their potential as feed for livestock and fish grown for […]

With Megan R. Wilson, Robert King and Katherine Ellen Foley Minnesota backed down on its plans to create a growth benchmark for health care costs after the Mayo Clinic protested. | Jim Mone/AP Photo MAYO VS. MINNESOTA — Minnesota lawmakers learned this week just how hard it is to rein in health care spending. A […]

This monthly roundup brings you a selection of the latest news and updates on global trade Top international trade stories: G7 looks to diversify supply chains away from China; Carmakers urge Britain and EU to rethink post-Brexit trading arrangements; Ukraine Black Sea grain deal extended for two months. 1. G7 looks to ‘de-risk’ China links […]

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