A lawyer who represented Tara Reade, the woman who has accused Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993, announced Friday that Reade is no longer his firm's client.
The news came as California defense attorneys and a district attorney's office said they are reviewing past criminal cases in which Reade testified as an expert witness, following a CNN report that questioned... Read more
President Donald Trump says he’s had it with Fox News after host Neil Cavuto criticized him for taking the drug hydroxychloroquine to prevent becoming infected with the coronavirus.
The anti-malaria drug has not been approved for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, but it has become a favorite talking-point in conservative media.
Trump on Monday claimed he has been taking it after at... Read more
In a Washington Post column, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host explained how Trump’s bigoted rhetoric “will bring his party down with him.”
In a Tuesday column for The Washington Post, Joe Scarborough predicted that Donald Trump’s racism will have catastrophic consequences for the GOP. He proposed that now is the time for Republicans to speak out against the president and his bigoted rhetoric.
“President Trump can’t help himself,”... Read more
Nicholas Johnson said his achievement felt especially empowering given the school’s “historical ties to the institution of slavery.”
Princeton University has named Nicholas Johnson from Montreal as its 2020 class valedictorian, making him the first Black valedictorian in the school’s 274-year history.
Johnson, 22, studied operations research and financial engineering. He will participate in the university’s virtual commencement ceremony on May 31... Read more
Health care workers test for COVID-19 antibodies Thursday at Abyssinian Baptist Church in the Harlem.
Churches are being used as temporary coronavirus testing centers in an effort to bolster outreach to Black and Latinx neighborhoods.
The first day of coronavirus testing at Bethany Baptist Church, a historic Black congregation in Brooklyn, New York, got off to a slow start. About 130 people... Read more