Supreme Court to hear civil forfeiture case

S By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent   The Supreme Court this week is considering limiting the practice of civil forfeiture, which law enforcement has used since the War on Drugs mostly against African-Americans, Hispanics and those in poor communities.   At the heart […]

Give us all of the Bush record

G By Richard Prince   The death of almost any president is an occasion for glowing tributes, the challenge being to tell the truth without offending sensibilities. And including the sensibilities of readers and viewers of color, whose recollections might not match those of the […]

Obamas tribute to Bush

By J. Zamgba Browne Chief Correspondent  Former President Obama and his wife, Michelle tweeted the followingstatement in tribute to former George W.P. Bush who died last weekend in the State of Texas  “America has lost a patriot and humble servant in George Herbert Walker Bush. […]

Rebels reject Brexit vote compromise

  A government bid to find a compromise to win over rebels before the Commons Brexit vote has run into criticism. A Tory backbench amendment – understood to have No 10’s backing – offers MPs more of a say over the contentious issue of the […]