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General Colin Powell dies due to COVID complications

General Colin Powell, the first Black US Secretary of State and former military leader, died Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19. He was 84. Powell had pre-existing conditions, including Multiple Myeloma, which is a cancer of plasma cells that suppresses the body’s immune response, and he also had Parkinson’s […]

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Texans will decide on 8 constitutional amendments this election

This Nov. 2 election, Texans have the chance to vote on eight amendments to the state constitution. What would each amendment actually do? Read our voter guide below to find out. Early voting begins Monday and ends Oct. 29. State of Texas Proposition 1 What it says: “The constitutional amendment […]

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Cancel Culture’s double standards

By: Nevaeh Richardson Cancel culture claims to be this indiscriminate force bringing accountability to the rich and powerful. But it’s no secret that certain groups manage to evade the watchful eye of cancel culture, and those groups are more often than not white. This is not to say that wrong-doers […]

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Ray J battling pneumonia

Prayers are going out to actor, singer and reality star Ray J who is currently in a Miami hospital battling pneumonia. TMZ confirmed that they spoke to Ray J, saying it doesn’t appear he’s out of the woods yet. Ray J says when he was first admitted to the hospital, […]

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Photos obtained from official Facebook page of R. Kelly

It’s over! R. Kelly found guilty

On Monday, multi-award winning singer R. Kelly was found guilty on one count of racketeering and eight counts of violating the Mann Act, a sex trafficking law. Prosecutors say the guilty verdict forever brands Kelly as a predator, who used his fame and fortune to prey on the young, the […]

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