• Nissan may have more than recall troubles on their hand

    Japanese media reported Monday that prosecutors have added to charges against Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn, extending his detention following his arrest on Nov. 19. Meanwhile, the Securities and Exchange Commission said it had filed criminal complaints against Ghosn and another Nissan executive, Greg Kelly. A commission official said...
  • Man charged with killing pregnant 14-year-old girl stands in court

    The man charged in the death of 14-year-old girl was pregnant appeared in a Fulton County courtroom for a preliminary hearing on Friday. Souleymane Diallo, 20, is accused of killing Sonja “Star” Harrison. Atlanta Police said Sonja Star Harrison was in a downstairs unit at the Pavilion Place complex...
  • Pastor Jamal Bryant plans to usher in a rebirth of New Birth

    Pastor Jamal Bryant is the new senior pastor at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in south DeKalb County. The Baltimore-based preacher announced his move to the church in November, leaving behind the church he founded 18 years ago. Under Bryant’s leadership, Empowerment Temple A.M.E. grew from  43 people to...
  • First service at The Met In Philly features megachurch pastor Bishop Noel Jones

    Bishop Noel Jones spoke at The Met Thursday.— TRIBUNE PHOTO BY SAMARIA BAILEY The Holy Ghost Headquarters (HGH) hosted its first service in its freshly rehabbed home at the Met on Thursday evening. Sunday is the official grand opening for the church, but Thursday’s event was organized as a...
  • Man Claims He Became Partially Paralyzed After Receiving Flu Shot

    The family of a Las Vegas man claims he became partially paralyzed, lost his vision and the ability to walk just a day after receiving the flu shot. Shane Morgan has been in the hospital for the last two weeks and at one point he was even put on...
  • Kirk Franklin, Koryn Hawthorne and The Walls Group have been nominated for Grammys this year!

    RCA Inspiration celebrates two GRAMMY® Award nominations in the categories of Best Gospel Performance/Song and Best Gospel Album for the 61st GRAMMY® Awards, with nods for their chart-topping releases from Koryn Hawthorne and The Walls Group. Koryn Hawthorne garners her first-ever GRAMMY® Award nomination, with her record-breaking #1 smash...
  • DO NOT BUY: Baby Ibuprofen has been recalled in several stores!

    A New Jersey based pharmaceutical company issued a recall of its infants’ liquid ibuprofen after discovering higher concentrations of medication in some packages. #TrisPharma said it voluntarily recalled three lots of “Infants’ Ibuprofen Concentrated Oral Suspension, USP (NSAID)” because it possibly contained higher amounts of ibuprofen than advertised, @ABCNews reports....
  • Study shows most transgender kids will change back by adulthood

    Experts in the field are urging caution for parents of transgender children and teens, citing studies that show minors often change their minds about transitioning when they’re adults. The phenomenon of kids and teens changing their minds about their transgender status once they grow older is called “desistance,” according...
  • Churches could be forced to hire homosexual and transgender employees

    Austin, Texas churches may be required to hire homosexual and transgender employees if a city ordinance is implemented. Under the ordinance, the city would guarantee “the opportunity for each person to obtain employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age or disability.” “Nondiscrimination is a...