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It’s all over but the lying
12/3/2020 3:51:01 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   THE PARSONAGE—The one thing I don't like is when somebody deliberately lies to me. Trust me; this has happened quite a few times in my life. Sometimes, by accident, they say something that isn't true; they just got their facts mixed up. Other times, it’s a ploy to deceive me and get something from me. As I often say, if you can’t con me you can’t con anyone. I must say I have become very suspicious when somebody I don’t know promises me something “free.” If you follow through with these...

A litany of Thanksgiving
12/3/2020 3:49:34 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   On this Thanksgiving I share again as I have over the years this beautiful prayer of our great Black theologian Dr. Howard Thurman A Litany of Thanksgiving, which my family reads together each year. This year will be different. For many Americans this is not a season to gather together and celebrate. But as this prayer reminds us, it can still be a time to be thankful for all that has sustained us in the past and brought us this far and for the hope and promise of tomorrow.   Today, I make my Sacrament of...

Mike Tyson returns to ring, draws in exhibition with Jones
12/3/2020 3:43:36 PM

By Greg Beacham   LOS ANGELES (AP)—Mike Tyson stepped through the ropes in his signature black trunks and heard the opening bell in a boxing ring for the first time in 15 years. The former heavyweight champion of the world traded lively punches with Roy Jones Jr. for eight entertaining rounds that ended with two middle-aged legends wearily hugging each other in mutual admiration. Their fight was only an exhibition, and it ended in a draw. But for Tyson, the experience evoked the joy and excitement he felt so long ago at the start of his boxing career—and it was...

Ladies' night at Latin Grammys: Lafourcade, Rosalia win big
11/25/2020 4:26:18 PM

By Mesfin Fekadu   NEW YORK (AP)—A year after Natalia Lafourcade made history by becoming the first solo female performer in 13 years to win the top prize at the Latin Grammys, Natalia Lafourcade followed in her footsteps with a big win at the 2020 show. The Mexican singer won album of the year—a category dominated by male acts—on Thursday night with “Un Canto Por Mexico, Vol. 1.” Lafourcade won three awards at the show, tying Rosalia and Carlos Vives for most wins. Lafourcade didn't attend the Latin Grammys, which aired live on Univision and...

Savvy Senior - What You’ll Pay for Medicare in 2021
11/25/2020 4:22:07 PM

Dear Savvy Senior, I know there will be a small cost-of-living increase in Social Security benefits next year but what about Medicare? What will the Medicare Part B monthly premiums be in 2021, and when do the surcharges kick in for higher income beneficiaries? Inquiring Senior   Dear Inquiring, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently announced their cost adjustments for 2021 and the increases for premiums and out-of-pocket costs for most beneficiaries will be modest. But if you’re a high earner, you’ll pay more. Here’s what you can...

GOP governor: Get tested for COVID-19 before Thanksgiving
11/25/2020 4:16:56 PM

By Michelle Liu   COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP)—In his first public briefing on the coronavirus pandemic in more than two months, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster on Thursday doubled down on his pledge to not impose new restrictions to curb COVID-19. Instead, the governor debuted a new slogan ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, calling on South Carolinians to take personal responsibility by wearing masks, washing their hands and otherwise trying to limit the spread of the coronavirus. “Get tested before turkey,” McMaster said. “It's easy to...

Words to live by
11/25/2020 3:32:08 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   I recently received a note from my dear and evergreen friend Maria Nhambu with wise counsel that has circulated for many years under titles like “The Balance Sheet of Life” and “Things We Should All Know.” In a world where so much is uncertain and confusing this message is timeless and includes tenets of all the great faiths that help bind us together as human beings:   The most destructive habit: Worry. The greatest joy: Giving. The greatest loss: Loss of self-respect. The most...

Savvy Senior - How to Claim Social Security Benefits During the Pandemic
11/18/2020 1:35:35 PM

Dear Savvy Senior, With my local Social Security offices being closed due to COVID-19, what is the best way to apply for my Social Security retirement benefits? Approaching 62   Dear Approaching, Because of the pandemic, all Social Security field offices across the country have been closed since March, so you can’t just walk-in, talk to a counselor and apply for benefits in person right now. But there are other ways to claim your benefits that are much easier and quicker. Here’s what you should know.   How to Apply? The easiest and most convenient...

Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris: Forging a new path for our girls
11/18/2020 1:24:29 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA “Brecklynn, when you think about the future, I do believe the future is bright. And it will be because of your leadership, and it will be because we fight for each person’s voice through their vote and we get engaged in this election—because you have the ability through your work, and through, eventually, your vote, to determine the future of our country and what its leadership looks like.” –Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, responding to a question in the Vice Presidential debate from Utah eighth...

FDA panel reviews first new Alzheimer's drug in two decades
11/12/2020 7:39:13 PM

By Marilynn Marchione and Matthew Perrone   WASHINGTON (AP)—One of the biggest drug decisions in decades is looming as U.S. regulators consider whether to approve the first medicine that's claimed to slow mental decline from Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia. A panel of outside experts meets Friday to advise the Food and Drug Administration on aducanumab, a drug from Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Biogen Inc. and Japan's Eisai Co. FDA doesn't always follow the panel's advice but usually does and has until March to decide. The drug...