2012 GOP candidate Herman Cain has died of the coronavirus in an Atlanta-area hospital at age 74.
President Donald Trump is for the first time floating a “delay” to the Nov. 3 presidential election, as he makes unsubstantiated allegations that increased mail-in voting will result in fraud.
“Now more than ever, Tulsa needs a leader who has unwavering loyalty to our citizens. A leader who will be willing to make the toughest of decisions to keep us safe. Greg is that leader,” Dr. Jabraan Pasha says.
Black people are suffering in various ways in this city and country—even those in power. Mayor Bottoms is experiencing consistent attacks from Ga. Gov. Brian Kemp while facing opposition from some city council members. In spite of this, supporters of Mayor Bottoms believe that she just might be able to bring equity to Atlanta.
John Lewis will lie in repose at the Georgia capitol in his hometown of Atlanta in one of the last memorial services for the late Democratic congressman before he is buried.
As the FOP’s views on unions relaxed, “the orchestrated assault on police authority”—as Walsh termed it—intensified. One form of assault was “as insidious a plot against law enforcement as the fertile mind of American radicalism ever conceived.” This was the citizen review board.
Around 40% of The Black Wall Street Times readership is White, 50% Black and 10% other.