www.newsone.com Letitia James, who has a long history of progressive politics and advocacy in New York, will take office next month, and Trump should be afraid....
www.newson6.com By Ashley Holden MOORE, Oklahoma - The city of Moore has...
www.newsone.com     A grand jury in Dallas on Friday returned an indictment to charge former police officer Amber Guyger with murder for killing Botham Jean in his own apartment in September. The panel reportedly decided that the manslaughter charges Guyger was initially facing...
www.irishexaminer.com   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbjciJvacXY   The US president’s hard line on deportation and immigration is too late to prevent a major demographic shift to non-whites, who tend to vote for the Democrats, says Bette Browne. There is a demographic revolution in America and the president, Donald...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net     Eli Saslow is the new face of millennial America. He is not stuck on traditional beliefs of discord or disillusion. Saslow is educated, open-minded and not subject to America’s prejudices of its ugly...
By Bob Collins Eagle Guest Writer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjP-IeA-K1E WHITE PLAINS, New York - Dr. Olivia J. Hooker, a survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre, has passed away, her goddaughter Janis confirmed. Janis said Dr. Hooker passed away at her home in White Plains, New...
www.huffingtonpost.com By Igor Bobic   Spartan message discipline — and avoiding talk of Donald Trump — helped these incoming Democratic freshmen flip previously red districts.   Democrats didn’t simply win in places they expected to on Nov. 6. They also managed to flip districts...
www.people.com By MAURA HOHMAN Prepare for a week of chaotic holiday travel this Thanksgiving. According to a report from AAA, this Thanksgiving, airports, train stations and roads will be the most crowded they’ve been since 2005 — with some 54 million Americans expected...
www.journalrecord.com By: Catherine Sweeney     OKLAHOMA CITY – After ranking second-to-last for several years, Oklahoma more than doubled its female representation in the Legislature. Nearly a third of all lawmakers will be women. And for the first time in state history, two caucus leaders will...
By Charles Ely www.ktul.com   Oklahoma teachers don't feel defeated, despite the loss of the candidate they backed in the governor's race. That's because 16 teachers were elected to the state legislature Tuesday night. In the last session, there were just nine of...