What Really Divides America

What Really Divides America Authored by Joel Kotkin via UnHerd.com, The Midterms aren't a battle between good and evil... Reading the mainstream media, one would be forgiven for...

Venus Williams, Spike Lee set for Black Entrepreneurs Day

LOS ANGELES — Venus Williams, Spike Lee, Tracee Ellis Ross, Shaquille O'Neal and Killer Mike are among those set to participate in a celebration of African American business success and...

Venus Williams, Spike Lee set for Black Entrepreneurs Day

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Venus Williams, Spike Lee, Tracee Ellis Ross, Shaquille O'Neal and Killer Mike are among those set to participate in a celebration of African American business success and...

The White House’s AI Bill of Rights is great

Javier Zarracina/Vox Now can we get some laws, please? It’s a big week for Americans who’ve been sounding the alarm about artificial intelligence. On Tuesday morning, the White House...

'You Must Be A Gun Nut': Closeted Liberal Women Embrace 2nd Amendment

'You Must Be A Gun Nut': Closeted Liberal Women Embrace 2nd Amendment They may vote for lawmakers who would love nothing more than to disarm the populace, but a growing number of...

Remembering Hate Speech: Victor Davis Hanson

Remembering Hate Speech: Victor Davis Hanson Authored by Victor Davis Hanson via American Greatness, It has been a canard of the Left that “words matter.” We are lectured that “hate...

Georgia county validates thousands of voters challenged by Trump allies

By Daniel Trotta - A Georgia county has validated 15,000 to 20,000 registered voters whose status was challenged ahead of the Nov. 8 midterm election, officials said on Wednesday, leaving another...

White woman who called 911 on Black bird-watcher in Central Park loses her lawsuit against her former employer

A white woman who falsely accused a Black bird-watcher of threatening her in New York City's Central Park in a 2020 incident has lost a lawsuit. The woman accused her former employer of illegally...

White woman who called 911 on Black bird-watcher in Central Park loses her lawsuit against her former employer

A white woman who falsely accused a Black bird-watcher of threatening her in New York City's Central Park in a 2020 incident has lost a lawsuit. The woman accused her former employer of illegally...

Woman who falsely accused Black bird-watcher loses lawsuit against ex-employer

By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK - The white woman who falsely told police she was threatened by a Black bird-watcher in New York City's Central Park has lost a lawsuit accusing her former employer...

McDonald's ordered to face Byron Allen's $10 billion discrim…

By Jonathan Stempel - McDonald's Corp has been ordered by a U.S. judge to defend against media entrepreneur Byron Allen's $10 billion lawsuit accusing the fast-food chain of "racial stereotyping"...

The Head of Charleston’s New African American Museum on Courage and Storytelling

Gadsden’s Wharf was among the most prolific international slave trading ports in the United States. Until recently, the site bore no mention of its slave-trading past. The site is just a few...

Milan Fashion Week hears calls for more designer diversity

MILAN (AP) — The Milan Fashion Week that opens Wednesday is showcasing collections by perhaps its most ethnically diverse lineup of designers, including the debuts of the new creative directors of...

McDonald's ordered to face Byron Allen's $10 billion discrimination lawsuit

By Jonathan Stempel - McDonald's Corp (NYSE:MCD) has been ordered by a U.S. judge to defend against media entrepreneur Byron Allen's $10 billion lawsuit accusing the fast-food chain of "racial...

How 2022 became the year of the Latina Republican

Yesli Vega celebrates her Republican primary win for the Seventh Congressional District in Woodbridge, Virginia, on June 21. | Nathan Howard/Getty Images If there’s a red wave in 2022, it...

Locked Up: The prison labor that built business empires

More than 150 years ago, a prison complex known as the Lone Rock stockade operated at one of the biggest coal mines in Tennessee.It was powered largely by African American men who had been...

The Man Who Wants to Change How We Buy Cars

Jim Chen, the chief lobbyist for Rivian Automotive Inc., wants to change how people buy cars and trucks. He had some success making that happen last decade at Tesla where he made it easier to...

Buttigieg awards big fed grant to dismantle racist highway

WASHINGTON (AP) — A long-delayed plan to dismantle Interstate 375, a 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) depressed freeway in Detroit that was built by demolishing Black neighborhoods 60 years ago, was a big...

The questions over the queen’s role in Britain’s violent empire, explained by a historian

Queen Elizabeth II in Kenya in November 1983. | John Shelley Collection/Avalon/Getty Images An expert on the British Empire explains “Her Majesty’s government” in the 20th century. Queen...

It's been 30 years. Here's why America still can't agree on charter schools

A charter school is a publicly funded school that is established by a private group. The group creates a contract with the state and local government, which lays out specific accountability...

Analysis-Women's U.S. boardroom gains slow as diversity focus shifts

By Ross Kerber - A push to get more women on U.S. boards has slowed this year, raising concern among recruiters that some firms may have "ticked the gender box" by hitting minimum levels of...

Tennis legend's retirement brings new hype around the sport

After Serena Williams aced her career and played her final game, set and match at the U.S. Open last week, the U.S. Tennis Association executive director and CEO discussed the "incredible...

Hughes becomes first Black director of Alaska State Troopers

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Maurice “Mo” Hughes has been promoted to colonel of the Alaska State Troopers, becoming the force's first Black leader.He succeeds Bryan Barlow, who was promoted to deputy...

Major bank testing new mortgage program

Bank of America is launching a trial program offering mortgages for first-time homeowners that do not require down payments, closing costs or minimum credit scores, the bank announced this...

Bank of America draws mixed reviews for zero-down-payment mortgages aimed at boosting Black and Hispanic home ownership

Bank of America Corp. is offering a zero-down-payment mortgage program. The program is aimed at bringing first-time home ownership within closer reach of more African American and Hispanic...

Bank of America Mortgage Program

The scheme will target Black/African American and Hispanic-Latino neighborhoods.

A mortgage with no down payment? Bank of America rolls out program in some Black, Latino areas

Bank of America is launching a mortgage option for first-time home buyers. The program offers no down payments, no closing costs and no minimum credit score. It will be available to some...

Pfizer only accepting certain races into their fellowship program

Pfizer recently launched a "Breakthrough Fellowship Program," which includes a scholarship for a graduate degree and guaranteed employment, for students and "early career colleagues of...

A mortgage with no down payment? Bank of America rolls out program in some Black, Latino areas

Bank of America is launching a mortgage option for first-time home buyers. The program offers no down payments, no closing costs and no minimum credit score. It will be available to some...

Mississippi's capital enters second day without running water

By Eric Cox JACKSON, Miss. - Frustrated residents in Mississippi's state capital faced a second day without drinking water and the prospect of long lines for bottled water handouts after a...

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