WARNER MACKLIN & KERRI WASHINGTON After a month long hiatus ABC’s “Scandal” will return to the air next week with a new episode sure to satisfy starved viewers.
Daily Archive: March 14, 2013
TERRILYNN MONETTE By Holly Yan and Vivian Kuo (CNN) — Terrilynn Monette had no problem uprooting her life to help children.
SHOOTING VICTIM–16-year-old Kimani Gray was shot and killed by NYC police. (Screenshot/Facebook) by Ashley Fantz (CNN) — A band of furious teenagers hurled bottles, bricks and trash cans at New York police Wednesday night, days after police shot and killed an armed Brooklyn youth.
SHOUTED DOWN–Mayor Michael Nutter attempts to delivers his budget address to city council at City Hall, March 14, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Deafening protests forced Philadelphia’s mayor to abandon his annual budget address in the middle of his speech.
NEW EMERGENCY MANAGER–Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced March 14, that Kevyn Orr, a bankruptcy expert who represented automaker Chrysler LLC during its successful restructuring, has been named Detroit’s emergency manager. (AP Photo/Courtesy Jones Day) by Corey Williams Associated Press Writer DETROIT (AP) — A bankruptcy expert who represented Chrysler during its successful restructuring has been chosen to steer Detroit out of the financial abyss that has swallowed the distressed city, which was once one of the nation’s most prosperous.
JERI LYNNE JOHNSON by Genea L. Webb When most people think of classical music, the words soft and relaxing come to mind. But not…
SAYING GOODBYE–Rev. Jesse Jackson, of United States, waves after attending the funeral ceremony for Venezuela’s late President Hugo Chavez at the military academy in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, March 8. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd) by Rev. Jesse Jackson Special to CNN (CNN) — Last Thursday night, I returned to Caracas, Venezuela, to participate in the funeral and mourning of Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela from 1999 until his passing last week. Chavez’s death has captured the world’s attention front and center with renewed vigor and interest.
DAMON CARR The paradox of singles and money is—the good thing is that everything falls on you and the bad thing is that everything…
CHARLENE CROWELL (NNPA)—As long as most of us can remember, Black communities have taught and believed that a college education is the key to…
RETURN TO DENVER–New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, rear, jokes with teammates as they warm up before facing the Denver Nuggets in an NBA basketball game in Denver, March 13. The game marked Anthony’s first at the Pepsi Center after his trade from Denver to New York two years ago. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) by Jon KrawczynskiAP Basketball WriterThe Big East tournament has begun, and it’s one of Carmelo Anthony’s favorite times of year.