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The Doggfather and the League of Young Voters linked for anti-violence discussion during BET Hip Hop Awards weekend.
The water supply systems in the small Caribbean nation is already well below normal.
Michael Dunn has been convicted of three counts of attempted second-degree murder after an argument over loud music outside of a convenience store. A mistrial was declared Saturday on a first-degree murder charge of Jordan Davis.
Sybrina Fulton testifies about the impact of "Stand Your Ground" laws at Senate hearing.
At a conference in St. Lucia the week of Sept. 7, scientists and officials warned that climate change would eventually deplete water supplies in parts of the Caribbean in coming decades.
St. Lucia Prime Minister Kenny Anthony announced that the U.S. has pulled out of the Caribbean country because of concerns about alleged unlawful killings.
Seasoned journalists with a connection to Africa and the Caribbean have launched new websites aimed at targeting underserved audiences.
Sir William Arthur Lewis, a prominent Caribbean economist, educator and Nobel Prize winner, was born on Jan. 23, 1915.
Hulan Jack is sworn in as president of the borough of Manhattan on Dec. 31, 1953.
Hulan E. Jack is elected president of the borough of Manhattan on Nov. 4, 1953.