September 2017 Archive

Price says he’ll repay taxpayers for his private jet travel

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said he will write a personal check to the federal government for his costs of traveling on private ...

Political newcomer plans run for Arizona Secretary of State

PHOENIX (AP) – Political newcomer Mark Robert Gordon has filed paperwork to run for Arizona Secretary of State in the 2018 election. Gordon is an ...

107 arrested in Philadelphia amid federal immigration sweep

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Federal immigration officials say 107 people were arrested in Philadelphia as part of a nationwide sweep focusing on what they called “sanctuary” ...

50 arrested in Massachusetts amid federal immigration sweep

BOSTON (AP) – Federal immigration officials say 50 people were arrested in Massachusetts as part of a nationwide sweep focusing on what they called “sanctuary” ...

Crime, police reforms focus of open Albuquerque mayor's race

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – Seven candidates are vying to become the next mayor of New Mexico’s largest city amid rising crime and pressures to revamp ...

45 immigrants arrested in New York as part of 4-day sweep

NEW YORK (AP) – Federal immigration officials say 45 people have been arrested in New York during a nationwide sweep that targeted “sanctuary” jurisdictions. U.S. ...

Hear Beyonce in J Balvin, Willy William's 'Mi Gente' Remix

Beyoncé teams with Columbian singer J Balvin and French singer-producer Willy William in the remix of the duo’s song “Mi Gente.” Over the pulsating, genre-fusing ...

Hear Talib Kweli's Uplifting New Song 'Heads Up Eyes Open' With Rick Ross

Talib Kweli has unveiled new song “Heads Up Eyes Open.” The track hails from his forthcoming album, Radio Silence, and features Rick Ross and Yummy ...

Watch Lil Yachty's Lustrous 'Lady in Yellow' Video

Lil Yachty broods in bright colors in the new video for “Lady in Yellow.” The track appears on the Atlanta rapper’s debut album, Teenage Emotions. ...

Here Are The Cities Of The World Where "The Rent Is Too Damn High"

In ancient times, like as far back as the 1990s, housing prices grew roughly inline with inflation rates because they were generally set by supply ...

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