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Lebron James “as locked in as I’ve ever been,” ahead of NBA Championship

 The Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James believes living in the NBA's bio-secure bubble has probably been the biggest challenge of his triumph-filled career. Sixteen-time All-Star James arrived in Orlando, Florida, in July along with...

Biden to Trump during debate: “Will you shut up, man”

President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden met in Cleveland on Tuesday (September 29) for the first of three debates ahead of the Nov. 3 election, when Trump is seeking a second...

Biden, Trump both say they’re “looking forward” to debate

Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will square off for the first time on Tuesday (September 29) in a pivotal debate that will provide a stark clash of styles and the prospect of a...

In New York City, excitement mixes with uncertainty as more schools open

Young students lined up outside a public elementary school in Brooklyn on Tuesday (Sept. 29) morning, sporting an array of colorful masks as they waited with their parents to re-enter the classroom for the first time in...

YMCA hosts food distribution drives across Houston

HOUSTON, TX - The YMCA of Greater Houston is teaming up with the Houston Food Bank to start distributing food at various sites this week.  The goal is to provide critical food...

Kamala Harris warns against Supreme Court nominee Barrett

 Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris on Monday (September 28) warned against President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett, saying her record on abortion flies in the face of the legacy left by...

Former Louisville detective pleads not guilty in Breonna Taylor case

The only police officer indicted after the killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky, during a botched raid pleaded not guilty on Monday (September 28) on three counts of wanton endangerment of Taylor's neighbors, local media reported.

Mayor’s Office of Adult Literacy Celebrates One Year Anniversary with a Book Distribution

HOUSTON, TX - In recognition of National Literacy Month, the Mayor's Office for Adult Literacy (MOAL) celebrated one year by hosting a "Drive-Up 4 Literacy" book distribution. Mayor Turner joined Houston Public Library (HPL) Director, Dr. Rhea Lawson,...

California’s wildfires sends animals fleeing, torches entire neighborhoods

A wind-driven wildfire which erupted over the weekend in the heart of northern California's Napa Valley wine country, forced the evacuation of a hospital and hundreds of homes, authorities said. Fire crews were out...

U.S. judge blocks Trump administration’s ban on new TikTok downloads

A U.S. judge has temporarily blocked a Trump administration order that was set to bar Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google from offering Chinese-owned short video-sharing app TikTok for download at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday (September 27).

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Lebron James “as locked in as I’ve ever been,” ahead of NBA Championship

 The Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James believes living in the NBA's bio-secure bubble has probably been the...

Biden to Trump during debate: “Will you shut up, man”

President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden met in Cleveland on Tuesday (September 29) for the first...

Biden, Trump both say they’re “looking forward” to debate

Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will square off for the first time on Tuesday (September 29) in a...

In New York City, excitement mixes with uncertainty as more schools open

Young students lined up outside a public elementary school in Brooklyn on Tuesday (Sept. 29) morning, sporting an array of colorful masks...

Mayor Turner Plans to Repair Houston Roadways

HOUSTON, TX- Mayor Sylvester Turner has instituted a new Street Rehabilitation program to fix potholes and extend the overall life of...