After over nine hours of meeting Republican and Democratic leaders in the state could not devise a concrete plan for a repeal.
Plus, New York woman shoved to death in front of a Times Square train and Janet Reno, the nation's first female US Attorney General, dead at 78.
Plus, Stevie Wonder tells mostly white London crowd that "Black lives matter" and study finds that more young people are having children before marriage.
The internet was abuzz with the news that a slew of A-List celebrities had joined Stevie Wonder‘s powerful boycott of Florida in the wake of…
According to www.Elev8.com, gospel dynamic duo Mary Mary fame, are standing up for Trayvon. According to their Facebook page they are joining the fight: Fans responded immediately by agreeing in chorus. Here is what you had to say: Sherry Harrison: First of all, I think the two of you have just as much influence as Stevie if not […]
In the wake of 6 women — 5 white and 1 Hispanic — returning a ‘not guilty’ verdict for George Zimmerman, 29, soul legend Stevie…