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Community activist Luther Keith is a people investor
5/13/2021 9:46:03 AM

By Dennis J. Freeman   COMPTON—Doing a kind deed can go a long way. For some people, helping others is what they want to do for the rest of their lives. For more than two decades, one Compton resident has done this by committing himself to assist every single person that he meets. Luther Keither Jr. has been helping people with his family since he was young. He still continues to help people by going around the Los Angeles County region with the responsibility of serving the people around him, distinctly to those who are less fortunate. Keith however is not just a...

5/13/2021 9:29:20 AM

By Dwight Brown NNPA News Wire Film Critic   Good courtroom dramas keep audiences hooked into a defendant’s fight for justice. The simpler the fight, the better. Just saying. Screenwriters Janece Shaffer and Colen C. Wiley took their cues from the young adult novel Monster, which was written in 1999 by Walter Dean Myers. He was an author who wrote over 100 children/YA books during his 45-year-old career. Raised in Harlem he was greatly affected by his urban upbringing and many of his stories reflected on inner city life and the challenges he faced as a young Black man....

6 Dr. Seuss books won't be published for racist images
5/13/2021 9:27:38 AM

By Mark Pratt   BOSTON (AP)—Six Dr. Seuss books—including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo”—will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves and protects the author's legacy said Tuesday. “These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,” Dr. Seuss Enterprises told The Associated Press in a statement that coincided with the late author and illustrator's birthday. “Ceasing sales of these books is only part of our...

Elon Musk shows humility and hubris as 'SNL' host
5/13/2021 9:26:16 AM

Elon Musk showed a combination of humility and hubris as he opened his highly anticipated hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live.” The 49-year-old Tesla CEO, SpaceX founder and one of the world's richest men opened his monologue by mocking his monotonal speaking style, saying no one can tell when he's joking. “It's great to be hosting 'Saturday Night Live,' and I really mean it,” said Musk standing on the stage in a black suit with a black T-shirt. “Sometimes after I say something, I have to say that I mean it.” He added, in...

AP-NORC poll: Government should help Americans age at home
5/13/2021 9:23:21 AM

By Emily Swanson and Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar   WASHINGTON (AP)—A majority of Americans agree that government should help people fulfill a widely held aspiration to age in their own homes, not institutional settings, a new poll finds. There's a surprising level of bipartisan agreement on some proposals that could help make that happen, according to the late March survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Still, Republicans lag Democrats in support of some policies, including the most far-reaching idea: Only 42% of Republicans favor a...

'We know this is real': New clinics aid virus 'long-haulers'
5/13/2021 9:22:28 AM

By Jennifer Peltz   NEW YORK (AP)—COVID-19 came early for Catherine Busa, and it never really left. The 54-year-old New York City school secretary didn't have any underlying health problems when she caught the coronavirus in March, and she recovered at her Queens home. But some symptoms lingered: fatigue she never experienced during years of rising at 5 a.m. for work; pain, especially in her hands and wrists; an altered sense of taste and smell that made food unappealing; and a welling depression. After eights months of suffering, she made her way to Jamaica Hospital...

U.S. begins reuniting some families separated at Mexico border
5/6/2021 12:29:26 PM

By Elliot Spagat   SAN DIEGO (AP)—The Biden administration said Monday that four families that were separated at the Mexico border during Donald Trump's presidency will be reunited in the United States this week in what Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas calls “just the beginning” of a broader effort. Two of the four families include mothers who were separated from their children in late 2017, one Honduran and another Mexican, Mayorkas said, declining to detail their identities. He described them as children who were 3 years old at the time and...

Civil rights advocates, supervisors highlight suspected harassment by deputies
5/6/2021 12:27:05 PM

LOS ANGELES—Allegations that sheriff's deputies harass families who openly protest deputy killings of their loved ones will be addressed in a report set to be released Tuesday by a coalition of civil rights groups. Findings in the report by the National Lawyers Guild of Los Angeles, the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, Black Lives Matter Los Angeles, the Centro Community Service Organization and the Check the Sheriff Coalition will be addressed during a news conference and rally planned outside of the downtown Hall of Justice. Scheduled speakers include...

County: Vanessa Bryant lacks basis to sue deputies over crash photos
5/6/2021 12:24:17 PM

By Fred Shuster   LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles County attorneys contend Vanessa Bryant has no legal basis to sue four sheriff's deputies alleged to have shared unauthorized photos taken at the site of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others, according to court papers obtained Monday. Bryant alleges in her lawsuit that deputies who responded to the Jan. 26, 2020, crash scene used personal cell phones "to take and share gratuitous photos of the dead children, parents and coaches." According to the suit, Sheriff Alex Villanueva...

Biden revokes Trump report promoting 'patriotic education'
5/6/2021 12:18:26 PM

By Collin Binkley   WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden revoked a recent Trump administration report that aimed to promote “patriotic education” in schools but that historians mocked and rejected as political propaganda. In an executive order signed on Wednesday in his first day in office, Biden disbanded Donald Trump's presidential 1776 Commission and withdrew a report it released Monday. Trump established the group in September to rally support from white voters and as a response to The New York Times' “1619 Project,” which highlights the lasting...