‘Sweet Unity’ among Black people

By James Clingman Columnist Great news! In the tradition of those who have called for supporting our African relatives in some form or another,

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FBI hiring as the Obama Era nears end

By Allen Johnson Jr. Contributing Writer The New Orleans office of the FBI is on a statewide hiring blitz. It will likely be the Bureau’s

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ITT Tech student financial aid at risk, California closes 15 school locations
By Charlene Crowell Contributing Writer (NNPA) — As another school year gets underway, the Department of Education recently announced a series of actions to better protect taxpayers and students alike from one ...
A traditional automatic shifter (left), compared to the confusing Fiat Chrysler shifter, shown in a model-year 2015 vehicle, implicated in over 100 crashes (right). Chrysler is no longer producing vehicles with this shifter.
Looks can kill: The deadly results of flawed design
By Lena Groeger ProPublica Earlier this summer, 27-year-old actor Anton Yelchin was crushed to death when his Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled downhill, pinning him against the security gate in front of his ...
Eddie Slaughter, president, American Agriculturalist Association
Black farmers continue pressing USDA for justice
By Barrington M. Salmon Contributing Writer ( — For more than two decades, Black farmers have driven tractors to Capitol Hill and walked the halls of Congress, coaxing, cajoling and confronting ...
Consumers want action on illegal debt collection
By Charlene Crowell Contributing Writer ( — If you are one of the 77 million Americans who are hounded each year by debt collectors, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is taking ...
People who speak multiple languages can earn more
By Zach Rinkins Contributing Writer ( — We are not alone. College students and job seekers are competing in an international candidate pool filled with billions of willing and capable people. ...
The Finance Authority of N.O. names new executive director
The Finance Authority of New Orleans (FANO) Board of Trustees recently announced its appointment of Damon Burns to serve as its new Executive Director.
A Renaissance? Black dollars begin pouring into Black banks
By Michael H. Cottman Contributing Writer (Urban News Service) — Baltimore-based attorney Jelani Murrain plans to transfer his hard-earned money to an institution of financial empowerment: A Black-owned bank.
Entergy Louisiana's Ninemile 6 power plant in Westwego
Plans for Entergy’s New Orleans East plant scrutinized
By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer Entergy New Orleans hopes to build a $216 million, natural-gas fired power plant at Michoud for start-up by 2019. Neighbors, environmentalists and others question the need for ...

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