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A medical examiner’s report is providing new details into a grisly double murder-suicide that rocked the metro Atlanta community earlier this year. Marsha Edwards, the ex-wife of a prominent Atlanta surgeon and civic leader, repeatedly shot her adult children in the family’s upscale home in August before killing herself with a shot to the chest, […]

Congolese gold miner – Photo: Robert Carrubba by Ann Garrison The mining industry is particularly difficult to regulate because both raw ore and refined products can cross borders almost as easily as cash. How much ore is delivered to a refinery for what price? Where is it from, how was it mined, and where does […]

Byron Allen sued Comcast for discrimination. Comcast is taking its appeal to the Supreme Court to stop discrimination lawsuits from all Black and other businesses of color. – Graphic: Fox News by Tanu Henry, California Black Media Today, the United States Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments about the merits of a $20 million lawsuit […]

Just two days after Trina went viral for an altercation with a woman who hurled racist insults at her at Walmart, the rapper is explaining what really occurred. Trina had been shopping at the big box store in Cooper City, Florida, Monday when a bystander caught her lighting up a white customer. “Say it the […]

Drake gave a comedic response to getting booed at Tyler, the Creator‘s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on Sunday, which took place at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium. Footage of the annual event surfaced afterwards, and it showed the crowd being none too pleased that Tyler invited the Canadian rapper as a surprise guest. One clip shows Drake […]

A group of Black women are speaking out after they say staffers at a New Orleans-area movie theater discriminated against them and later accused the bunch of using fake tickets to see the new film, “Harriet.” Though ticket mixups are common, the ladies said they feel the incident was racially motivated. New Orleans movie theater […]

Niecy Nash and her husband of eight years may not have worked out, but that doesn’t mean she won’t still look out for him — including when it comes to dating. The comedian shared where she and her soon-to-be ex-spouse Jay Tucker stand while at the 2019 Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New […]

After three years, Colin Kaepernick is finally being able to show whether he can still play in the NFL. According to the NFL Network, the league set up a private workout for him, which will take place Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Atlanta Falcons’ training facility in Flowery Branch, Georgia, a northern suburb of Atlanta. […]

The Black Repertory Group is kicking off its 56th uninterrupted theater season with the life and music of the Godfather of Soul, James Brown. The nationally touring musical “Remembering James” opened Nov. 7 and is running Thursdays-Sundays through Nov. 24. Based on the life and music catalog of music icon and legend James Brown, “Remembering […]

Ciara has a true mini-me in daughter Sienna Princess Wilson. The “Set” singer posted a photo with her youngest child to her Instagram page Monday where CiCi and SiSi wore matching T-shirts, jumpers and boots paired with letterman jackets bearing their first initials. The back of each jacket featured their last name, “Wilson,” and the […]


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