"We need something to brighten us up, to uplift us", BET Award nominee Karen Clark Sheard, member of the legendary gospel group The Clark Sisters, said about the timing of Sunday's show in an interview with CNN this week. I'm encouraging you to continue to take action, continue to change and dismantle a racist and unequal system. "Your voices are being heard and you're proving to our ancestors that their struggles were not in vain", she said. "Because there are people banking on us staying at home during local elections and primaries happening in states across the country".
Cardinals’ Jermiah Braswell arrested for DUI
Once on scene, officers found an orange Chevrolet Camaro that had driven off the embankment and ended in the lake. An NFL player is likely in hot water after the vehicle he was driving ended up in the waters of Lake Erie.
Julian Assange 'conspired with Anonymous-affiliated hackers'
Assange was arrested by British police in Ecuador's London embassy in April 2019 after the country revoked his asylum protection. The LulzSec leader was cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation at the time, according to the statement .
Blue Ivy Carter has become the youngest artist ever to win a BET award. Though we normally never say no to a surprise Beyoncé appearance of any sort, Megan proved with her performance tonight that she can shut any awards show down all on her own. The three-hour event, which aired on CBS for the first time, was hosted by comedian, actress and TV personality Amanda Seales.
Other artists were political during their performances, including Roddy Ricch, who wore a Black Lives Matter shirt while he rapped, Alicia Keys, Anderson Paak and Jay Rock, as well as brothers SiR and D Smoke, who performed with their mother Jackie Gouché.
Public Enemy opened the telecast with a new version of its classic "Fight the Power" with fresh verses by Nas, Black Thought, YG and Rapsody, the last of whom served up some indelible words - "You love "Black Panther" but not Fred Hampton" - about the troubled commodification of Black culture.
Son épouse a été condamnée à trois ans de prison avec sursis et 375 000 euros d'amende ainsi qu'à deux ans d'inéligibilité. A 66 ans, François Fillon , désormais retraité de la politique, s'est reconverti dans la finance.
Fillon's parliamentary replacement, Marc Joulaud, was sentenced to a suspended three years in prison and fined 20,000 euros. The scandal sank Mr Fillon's 2017 presidential bid, just as the right-wing candidate had seemed on a clear path to victory.
Despite his remarks, the airport was named after John Wayne in 1979, approximately eight years after the interview with Playboy . Additionally, Wayne used homophobic language to describe characters from Midnight Cowboy .
Missouri has a so-called Castle Doctrine, or a law that permits people the use of deadly force if people enter their homes. Activists can be heard shouting " eat the rich " and "why are you threatening us?" The city's prosecutor wasn't available.
When asked if he was still anxious that total deaths and the infection rate remained too high, he added: "Every day I worry". But in those moments you have the opportunity to change and to do things better.
Hidalgo , a Socialist, largely beat conservative candidate Rachida Dati, according to estimates based on partial results. The biggest coup for the Greens would be ousting former minister Martine Aubry as mayor of the northern city of Lille.
It said there are around 50,000 cards in circulation but can not confirm the amount of money on them. This now means customers money can not be accessed", the regulator noted.
US Supreme Court rules to uphold abortion rights
The petitioners asked the Supreme Court to rule on whether that decision violated past precedents and should be struck down. Trump pledged during his 2016 election campaign to overturn Roe v Wade , a key goal of right-wing evangelical Republicans.