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Welcome back to high school. See David Hines, head football coach, North Bunco High School, a coach, um, obviously, you know, oh, and 10 season last year. Um, but I do think you have some guys back from that team that you’re probably excited about, don’t you? We do, we, uh, we bring back the […]

Aid agencies say hundreds of migrants from sub-Saharan Africa are being transferred back to Tunisia after being pushed into a dangerous no-man’s-land on the Libyan border By BOUAZZA BEN BOUAZZA Associated Press July 11, 2023, 5:59 AM ET • 3 min read TUNIS, Tunisia — Hundreds of migrants from sub-Saharan Africa are being transferred back […]

On July 8, 1860, a schooner carrying 110 men, women and children stolen from Africa sailed into waters near Mobile Bay under the cover of night.  The Clotilda, the last documented slave ship to enter America, made its surreptitious voyage some five decades after the international slave trade was outlawed, amid one of the most pivotal […]

July 5 (Reuters) – The market share of Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, and its U.S. affiliate have shrank this year, as they battle an onslaught of regulatory crackdowns. Last month, Binance was hit by a

When a Black person is killed by the police, Karsonya Wise Whitehead watches the footage, even though it causes her physical pain. Derrick Benson reviews the details of new cases to try to understand what might have happened to his brother, who was killed in police custody. Marisa Renee Lee describes learning about an instance […]

June 23 (Reuters) – Ukrainian state-owned energy company Naftogaz said on Friday it had taken legal action in the United States against Russia to recover $5 billion awarded in the Hague as compensation for damages and lost property in Crimea. It said it had filed a motion in the United States District Court for the […]

It was a rather unremarkable Tuesday at Central Park West and Columbus Circle. Vendors sold hot dogs, coffee and overpriced bottled water nearby. A light breeze rustled the sycamore branches hanging over a bicycle rental kiosk filled with neat rows of mint green helmets. Then, at 4:41 p.m., a black Mercedes van crept through the […]

Sesaon 6 of Black Mirror dropped a few days ago on Netflix and it does not disappoint. I won’t spoil it for you and trust me, there are some big ones. The less you know about it, the better. The Wikipedia episode guide gives them all away, so if you want to read them, click […]

Mike Jones talks about St. Louis Prosecutor Wesley Bell’s entrance into the U.S. Senate race and the state of the St. Louis region’s politics on the latest edition of the Politically Speaking podcast. Jones’ roles over the past few decades include St. Louis alderman, corporate executive, head of the St. Louis housing authority and adviser […]

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