Say Goodbye To $15 Billion In Student Loans Thanks To President Biden

January 27, 2022

According to Forbes, President Joe Biden has cancelled $15 billion of student loans. That’s more than any other president. More than 675,000 student loan borrowers have benefited. Here is the breakdown, Borrower Defense To Repayment: $1.5 billion, Total and Permanent Disability: $7 billion, ITT Tech Students: $1.3 billion, Public Service Loan Forgiveness: $5 billion. Student […]

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D.A.R.E. Speaks Out Against HBO’s “Euphoria” For Substance Use

January 26, 2022

Do TV Shows like HBO’s “Euphoria” promote drug use? The people at D.A.R.E think so and are specking out about the glamorization of substance use. A rep for D.A.R.E tells TMZ, “Rather than further each parent’s desire to keep their children safe from the potentially horrific consequences of drug abuse and other high-risk behavior, HBO’s […]

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North Carolina Man Plays Fortune Cookie Luck Numbers And Wins $4 Million Mega Millions

January 25, 2022

Have you ever seen the numbers on a fortune cookie an thought, “I Should Play These Numbers”? Well, a man in North Carolina won big after he decided to just that. Gabriel Fierro, 60, picked up the cookie while having dinner with his wife at a restaurant in Charlotte, North Carolina. According to a blog […]

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Cardi B Wins Federal Libel Case Against YouTuber

January 25, 2022

After almost a three-year court battle, Cardi B has won her federal libel case against YouTuber Tasha K. TMZ reports, Cardi is being awarded at least $1 million in the case against the YouTuber, whose real name is Latasha Kebe. Kebe was found liable on 3 separate counts, after claiming Cardi was a prostitute, took […]

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Don’t Have Money To Cover A Surprise $1,000 Expense? No, You Are Not Alone!

January 24, 2022

According to a new survey from Bankrate, more than half of Americans lack the savings to cover a surprise $1,000 expense. And fully a third of households would have to use a credit card, take out a personal loan, or borrow money from family or friends to handle such an emergency. Of that number, 20% […]

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Cardi B Will Pay Funeral & Burial Expenses In Bronx Fire

January 21, 2022

Bronx raised Hip Hop artist Cardi B will pay funeral and burial expenses for victims of the Jan. 9 Bronx fire. Cardi B, has partnered with New York City Mayor Erik Adams and his Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City to help alleviate the financial burden of the victims’ families following the tragedy. Cardi […]

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New York Movie Theaters To Sell Beer & Wine

January 20, 2022

Starting today New York movie theaters can apply for a liquor license. The State Liquor Authority is allowing them to sell beer and wine and allowing movie-goers to drink in the theater, rather than before the movie in designated areas. The Liquor Authority’s vote Wednesday was unanimous and it takes effect immediately for cinemas that […]

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Prince’s Estate Valued At $156.4 Million, Family Agrees

January 18, 2022

Prince’s estate has ended it’s six-year legal battle over the distribution of the artist’s wealth. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that the Internal Revenue Service and the estate’s administrator, Comerica Bank & Trust, agreed to value Prince’s estate $156.4 million, a figure that the artist’s heirs have also accepted. To Read More Click Here. Source: […]

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Supreme Court Blocked Mandate Requiring Companies With 100 Employees To Get Vaccinated

January 14, 2022

The Supreme Court of The United States put an end to the Biden Administration mandate requiring all companies with 100 employees get their staff vaccinated against COVID-19. The Court’s 6-3 vote blocks Biden’s Federal Order. One thing the Court’s decision doesn’t include is reinstatement for employees fired for not getting vaccinated. Click here to read […]

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Maya Angelou Will Be On The United States Quarter

January 11, 2022

The United States Mint’s first coins in the American Women Quarters (AWQ) Program. Writer, poet, performer, social activist, and teacher Maya Angelou will be on the US quarter. Angelou rose to international prominence as an author after the publication of her groundbreaking autobiography, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” Angelou’s published works of verse, […]

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