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BACK TO SCHOOL, POST-PANDEMIC: WHAT MIGHT IT LOOK LIKE?

COVID-19 shocked our K-12 school system, upending families and children. But disruption is only part of the saga. The pandemic also inspired families and...

ROBOTIC POLICE DOGS: USEFUL HOUNDS OR DEHUMANIZING MACHINES?

If you’re homeless and looking for temporary shelter in Hawaii’s capital, expect a visit from a robotic police dog that will scan your eye...

DR. DRE, JIMMY IOVINE LOOKING TO CHANGE THE EDUCATION SYSTEM WITH NEW HIGH SCHOOL CONCEPT

Rap icon Dr. Dre and music industry mogul Jimmy Iovine hated school — really hated school — which makes them an unlikely force behind a new...

NFL GREAT, HERSCHEL WALKER, PUTS GEORGIA GOP IN LIMBO WITH POSSIBLE RUN FOR OFFICE

The recently ousted former senator who wants her job back. A football hero considering his first run for office. Little-known politicians eyeing promotions. And...

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CRITICAL RACE THEORY

Watching the news or browsing social media, it would be easy to think that critical race theory is a complicated, controversial, or new idea. But...

QANON SPREADING WITHIN CALIFORNIA’S YOGA, WELLNESS AND SPIRITUALITY COMMUNITY

It seemed like the end of a typical reiki attunement: A group of women wearing yoga pants and flowing floral skirts, gathered in a...

TOKYO OLYMPICS ATHLETES BARRED FROM WEARING APPAREL THAT ADDRESS SOCIAL, POLITICAL ISSUES

Tokyo Olympics athletes will NOT be allowed to wear "Black Lives Matter" apparel or any other gear that convey social or political messages at...

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

If I’m honest, I didn’t pay much attention to politics until the junior senator from Illinois, Barack Obama, decided to run for president of...

SC LAWMAKER MAKES HISTORY AS 1ST BLACK WOMAN TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR

Since the country’s founding, no Black woman has ever served as a governor in the United States. But South Carolina Democratic state Sen. Mia...

FOUR MAJOR CASES THE SUPREME COURT WILL REVIEW IN JUNE

June is peak season for Supreme Court decisions. It is the final month of the court’s annual term, and the justices tend to save their biggest...

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