AG Garland testimony: “I am not the president’s lawyer”

“The idea that someone with my family background would discriminate against any religious background is so outrageous, so absurd, that it’s hard for me to even answer your question,” Garland yelled.

In a tense GOP-led House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General (AG) Merrick Garland gave testimony defending his handling of the investigations into Donald Trump and Hunter Biden while facing accusations of misconduct from Republicans. AG Garland found…


Simone Biles advances to record sixth World Championships

The final score was 55.700 for Biles, 55.300 for Jones and 55.000 for Skye Blakely. Biles automatically qualified for the team that will compete at the World Championships in Antwerp, Belgium from Sept. 30 to Oct. 8.

She ultimately pulled out of the Olympics, with USA Gymnastics saying that “after further medical evaluation,” Biles would skip the all-around competition “in order to focus on her mental health.”


Climate Corps will train 20,000 young people for clean energy jobs

“As we go around the country, we hear from young people their desire to be part of the solution,” Biden Senior Advisor John Podesta told The Black Wall Street Times on Wednesday.

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The American Climate Corps will equip 20,000 young people with skills-based training for careers in clean energy and climate resilience, the White House announced on Wednesday. The new initiative seeks to empower a new generation with the skills and…


Atlanta Fashion and Polo Classic Returns in its 6th year

The Annual Atlanta Fashion & Polo Classic returns for its sixth year sponsored by Bentley Atlanta and The Corbett Group, the ultimate luxury experience where culture and class connect!

ATLANTA, Ga. — The 6th Annual Atlanta Fashion & Polo Classic Weekend, hosted by The Miguel Wilson Collection, is set to dazzle from Friday, October 6 to Sunday, October 8. A Weekend to Remember This weekend of culture and class…


Homeowner who shot Ralph Yarl pleads not guilty, trial begins 2024

Lester is charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action in the April 13 shooting of Yarl. During a preliminary hearing on Aug. 31, Clay County Judge Louis Angles ruled that Lester will stand trial because there was enough probable cause that a felony has been committed.

The trial is scheduled to begin in November 2023. If convicted, Lester faces up to life in prison.



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