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Simone Biles has a shot at history at the Olympics while defending champion Russia stays home

July 10, 2024

(AP) Simone Biles and the rest of the U.S. women’s Olympic gymnastics team don’t need to be reminded of what happened in Tokyo three years ago. Mostly because nearly all of them lived it. Biles, reigning Olympic all-around champion Sunisa […]

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Study finds Multivitamins Might Not Enhance Lifespan

July 9, 2024

Medical News Today-New research analyzing data from over two decades and nearly 400,000 participants in the United States suggests that long-term daily multivitamin use may not improve longevity in healthy adults. About 33% of adults in the U.S. take a […]

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SBA Grants $30 Million To Women’s Business Centers

July 8, 2024

WASHINGTON – Administrator Isabel Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the voice in President Biden’s Cabinet for America’s more than 33 million small businesses, announced four funding opportunities for Women’s Business Centers (WBCs) totaling $30 […]

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Home Depot To Pay Washington State $1.6 M

July 7, 2024

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Ecology issued a $1.6 million penalty to The Home Depot for selling prohibited hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) products, after roughly two years of attempts to bring the company into compliance, according to officials. According to the […]

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Reactions to Tractor Supply Company Statement On DEI

July 6, 2024

By Ms Jheri Worldwide Staff Writer As a culture, we are becoming increasingly conscious consumers. There is more work to be done and insights to be shared. Everyone has heard the stats, Megan Sayles, cites a Nielsen report in her […]

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NCCU Welcomes Dr. Karrie Dixon as New Chancellor

July 6, 2024

By Jordan Meadows Staff Writer NC Central University officially introduced Dr. Karrie Dixon as its new chancellor at a ceremony on Monday at Brant Street and Administration Circle on NC Central’s campus in Durham. Chancellor Dixon was warmly welcomed by […]

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Supreme Court Dismisses Social Media Censorship Suit

July 6, 2024

(AP) The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected arguments by Missouri and Louisiana that the federal government violated the First Amendment in its efforts to combat false, misleading and dangerous information online. In a 6-3 decision written by Justice Amy […]

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The Black Girl Art Show Pulls Into Raleigh Union Station

July 5, 2024

By Dominique Heath The Black Girl Art Show held in Raleigh, North Carolina, on June 30th, celebrated the art and achievements of Black women artists, drawing attention to their creativity and passion through a diverse exhibition ranging from paintings to […]

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The Controversy Surrounding Vetoed NC House Bill 237

July 5, 2024

By: Jordan Meadows Staff Writer Governor Roy Cooper’s veto on House Bill 237, primarily due to alterations in campaign finance regulations, was overridden by the General Assembly on Friday. These changes were introduced without prior inclusion in other proposed legislation; […]

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Biden Campaigns In Raleigh Amid Age Concerns 

July 5, 2024

By Jordan Meadows Staff Writer President Biden’s visit to Raleigh’s NC State Fairgrounds in the Jim Graham Building on Friday came after a disappointing debate performance that prompted some Democrats to discuss his potential removal from the ticket openly. Despite […]

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Shaw Graduation 2024

St. Augustine Graduation 2024

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