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President Issues Executive Orders on Voting on Anniversary of Bloody Sunday

Stacy M. Brown | NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent President Joe Biden used the 56th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” to issue an executive order on...

Health and Welfare

By Dr. E. Faye Williams ( – Two points loom significant as I begin my thoughts for this week. First, my NCBW predecessor, Dr. C....

Georgia Prosecutors Open Investigation into Trump’s Call to Secretary of State

Ironically, the transcript of the phone calls played a prominent role in the House of Representatives’ second impeachment of the 45th president and is expected to play a central role in the Senate trial. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis promises to look into Trump’s actions following the infamous Jan. 2 telephone call.

Why Black America Could Care Less About Emanuel Jackson’s Fate

Jackson turned himself into the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, admitting his role in the Jan. 6 Trump-inspired insurrection that resulted in the death of a Capitol Police officer, disrupted an act of Congress, and much destruction. Unlike the more than 100 people arrested, Jackson is one of the few held without bail. A trial may not come for at least another year.

Kamala Harris: Will McConnell Let the Senate Hold a Fair Impeachment Trial?

As a former prosecutor, I understand the importance of holding powerful people accountable. I know that every trial requires fairness and truth. Having worked...