Category : Southwest

by Editor Admin - 2 hours ago

Panthers release quarterback Cam Newton

By STEVE REED CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Cam Newton era is over in Carolina, as the Panthers released the 30-year-old quarterback after nine seasons. The move became a mere formality after the Panthers made it clear last week they were moving on from...

by Editor Admin - 1 day ago

U.S. hotspots grow as global cases surpass 620,000

As confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States led the world — with more than 105,000 infections — cities such as Detroit, Chicago and New Orleans grew as hotspots Saturday, while the virus continued to pummel New York City and also made its way...

by Editor Admin - 2 days ago

BLERDBENDER: Black Nerds Changing the World

When people think about a trendsetter (defined as “one who starts a trend”), their thoughts are usually associated with a certain stereotype that almost never includes Black Nerds. However, Black Nerdom is on the rise. Shows like Netflix’s Ast...

by Editor Admin - 2 days ago

$2.2T virus relief bill hits last-minute snag

The House kicked off debate Friday on a $2.2 trillion package to ease the coronavirus pandemic’s devastating toll on the U.S. economy and health care system, even as a maverick conservative threatened to delay passage until most lawmakers return to W...

by Editor Admin - 2 days ago

Is this administration leading us to Armageddon?

& By SUSAN K. SMITH Crazy Faith Ministries & It is bad enough that the ubiquitous coronavirus is running through countries like a madman, knocking off people before they hardly know what has hit them, and causing businesses to close down an...

by Editor Admin - 2 days ago

Help through our shared national and world crisis

& By MARIAN WRIGHT EDELMAN Children’s Defense Fund & As our nation and world enter the full terrors of the COVID-19 crisis the Children’s Defense Fund has been taking special steps to ensure that our most vulnerable children and thei...

by Editor Admin - 2 days ago

Dallas begins paid sick leave enforcement

Dallas, Texas – Starting April 1, 2020, Dallas will enforce the ordinance for employers with six or more employees. No part of the ordinance goes into effect for employers with five or fewer employees until August 1, 2021. The City of Dallas’ E...