Team USA Beat Bolt in His Last 100m Race

August 10, 2017

By Amanda Scurlock

Sports Writer

 

During the IAAF World Championships this August, American sprinter Justin Gatlin took first place in the 100m event, beating sprint phenom Usain... Read more...

Medical Experts Speak about The Importance of Vaccinations During Immunization Awareness Month

August 10, 2017

By Jennifer Bihm

Assistant Editor

 

August is National Immuniza­tion Awareness Month and with the 2017-2018 school year approaching pediatricians want to remind parents about... Read more...

Chappelle on 30 years in showbiz and sensitivity in comedy

August 10, 2017

By MESFIN FEKADU

AP Entertainment Writer

 

As Dave Chappelle reflects on spending 30 years in comedy, he says he’s grateful and humble to still be living his dreams onstage.

“In... Read more...

Report: L.A. County Sheriff’s Department ‘Unreliable’ in Assessing Itself

August 10, 2017

City News Service

 

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s principal watchdog agency has issued a scathing report on the department’s methods for collecting... Read more...

Kamala Harris Went to Prison So Others Won’t Have To; The freshman senator is determined not to let criminal justice reform die on the vine.

August 03, 2017 

By Jamilah King 

Sun Reporter 

 

Democratic up-and-comer Kamala Harris visited just about every corner of California during her successful 2016 campaign to take over Barbara... Read more...

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