The United States said on Monday that it feared many of the 276 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped in northern Nigeria three weeks ago have been smuggled abroad. Continue reading “U.S. State Department says Kidnapped Nigerian Girls May Have Already Been Taken Out of the Country; Says it is Ready to Help if Nigeria Asks for Assistance”
The dozen African-American ninth-graders who clattered into a sun-infused classroom at Patrick Henry High School on a recent Monday afternoon divided themselves into two rough groups: a row of class clowns and one of angry faces. Continue reading “Minneapolis Public Schools Looks to New Strategy to Work More Effectively with African-American Boys”
If you saw the Floyd Mayweather-Marcos Maidana fight on Saturday night, you know that Justin Bieber accompanied Mayweather to the ring. Continue reading “Russell Wilson, Justin Bieber Attend Services at Judah Smith’s Church and Go Bowling”
Oregon State athletic director Bob De Carolis announced on March 28 that head coach Craig Robinson would return for a seventh season as basketball coach, even penning a strongly worded letter of support for President Barack Obama’s brother-in-law.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith has been working closely with CNN to produce a new documentary that focuses on the link between the “glorified” stripper culture in Atlanta and sex trafficking. She took to her Facebook page to share some of the latest updates and offered her thoughts on what she considered to be a surprising discovery.
The lawyer for the pregnant mother who drove her minivan into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida with her three children inside will pursue an insanity defense, he said Monday. Continue reading “Florida Mother Who Drove Minivan Full of Kids Into Atlantic Ocean Plans to Plead Insanity”
Bishop Noel Jones is hoping to help a church pick up the pieces after their Pastor was murdered in the pulpit at a revival service taking place at the Tabernacle of Praise Worship Center in Lake Charles, LA.
Relatives cry out with relief after a judge frees a St. Louis-area man who was convicted of robbery 14 years ago but was never sent to prison until a clerical mistake was discovered last year. Continue reading “Judge Frees Cornealious Anderson, Missouri Man Who Was Convicted of Robbery 14 Years Ago but Never Went to Jail”
A former South Side pastor who ran up more than $50,000 in credit card bills in his church’s name was sentenced to 15 years in prison for theft today, according to prosecutors and court records.