WATCH: What You Need To Know — July 13, 2020: Get Out And Vote! — Roger Stone Sentence Commuted — Reparations, Maybe?
1. Tuesday’s Elections Affected By Supreme Court Ruling What You Need To Know: Tomorrow there will be runoff elections in the states of Alabama and Texas. The state of Maine will also hold state primary elections. 2. Quid Pro Quo As Donald Trump Commutes Longtime Friend Roger Stone’s Prison Sentence What You Need To Know: […]
Coronavirus Update: Four Months into the Pandemic, Trump Wears a Mask for the First Time in Public
For the first time since the pandemic began almost four months ago, Donald Trump wore a mask in public. During a visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center over the weekend, Trump met wounded service members and health professionals treating coronavirus patients. Trump has flip-flopped on wearing masks, which has been an essential and […]
Jada Pinkett Smith Confirms August Alsina Relationship
Jada Pinkett Smith said she was going to bring herself to the table and sure enough, she did. The actress revealed the highly anticipated episode of Red Table Talk on Facebook Watch on Friday (July 10) after holding off for a week due to various circumstances occurring throughout the country. She sat down across from her […]
Jada Pinkett Smith Confirms August Alsina Relationship: ‘I Just Wanted To Feel Good’
The relationship between Jada and August gets an official timeline.
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Former JMCSS teacher: Student discipline at the heart of turnover issues
A former JMCSS teacher says student's behavioral issues and a lack of support are what is causing staff to leave the district.
How the South and Southwest became the global epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic
This series of COVID-19 hot spot maps shows spikes in cases as they move from the north to Sunbelt states — especially as the latter have reopened.
Miller sworn in as U.S. Marshal for Western District of Tennessee
The 23-year veteran Captain of Jackson Police Department served his last day as he transitions to his new job. He was sworn in as the U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Tennessee on Friday.
Peabody High graduate continues to follow her passion of acting, to be on Bluff City Law
Peabody High graduate Holly Johnson decided in her last years at Union University that she would pursue her love of acting while working in her field.