By Helen Bezuneh, Special to the AFRO The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), a trade association of more than 200 African American-owned newspapers across the U.S, hosted the 2023 National […]
Fall is almost here and many are looking for a last chance to enjoy the
How would a government shutdown affect the lives of everyday Americans? Some benefits, like Social Security and those for veterans, go on unimpeded. But other services, such as assistance at the IRS or access to national parks, will come to a halt. Federal employees who are deemed essential will need to work without being paid,
Megan Rapinoe has not been singing the national anthem for years. On Sunday, as she took the field for the Americans for the last time, that didn't change.
Republican senators are sounding the alarm about a sharp increase in Chinese migrants entering the U.S. from the southern border, arguing that it raises national security concerns.
With six innings of work on the mound in Oriole Park at Camden Yards, in
“Populist politicians and parties,” writes the Ethics and Public Policy Center’s Henry Olsen in The Spectator, “are rapidly gaining strength and power across the developed world.” They’re doing so despite the opposition and angry scorn of political and intellectual establishments of Left and Right, and with a resilience that they find baffling.