Can Hillary Survive Email Controversy?

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist   If you had asked me just a year ago if former Secretary of State and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton would be the Democratic nominee for president of the United States I’d have replied “no question.” I expected a near-coronation Read More


Reel-ality TV Talk

 By Marquesa LaDawn NNPA Columnist   Married to the Medicine – It’s Getting Hot in Here Let’s start with Lisa Nicole Cloud… She’s a savvy businesswoman who’s constantly shamed by her husband’s behavior. Dr. Darren Cloud, is a good guy, but seems to struggle with Read More


The GOP’s Enemies’ List

By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist   It’s getting more and more difficult to keep up with the lengthening list of people, groups, and nations the Republican Party’s presidency-seekers are designating as targets. Undocumented Latino immigrants – and their American-citizen children? Check. Gays and lesbians? Read More


Ask Alma

By Alma Gill NNPA Columnist   Indirectly Subsidizing my Ex Dear Alma,   My wife is vicious with a capital V! We were married for 8 years and over that time had two sons. She did everything imaginable. She lied, stole, manipulated. Here’s a few Read More


Spike Lee to Receive Honorary Oscar

(USA Today) – Director Spike Lee and actress Gena Rowlands will receive honorary Oscar awards, while the coveted Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award will go to Singin’ in the Rain star Debbie Reynolds. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made the announcement of the honorary awards on Thursday after Read More


Firearms and Forgiveness

by Karsceal Turner Special to the NNPA from The Florida Courier Is self-defense biblical? Are Christians required to forgive, as in the case of the Charleston massacre families forgiving the young White supremacist who killed their relatives? Dr. Charles A. Harper, III, pastor of Paradise Read More