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Impact and innovation: The Indianapolis Recorder

What began as a two-page church bulletin by co-founders George P. Stewart and William Porter, now hails as one of the top African American publications in the nation.

Jonathan Taylor and the Colts have agreed on a 3-year, $42 million extension, source tells AP

By ROB MAADDI AP Pro Football Writer A person with knowledge of the deal says All-Pro running back Jonathan Taylor and the Indianapolis Colts have...

Multiple people have been shot on campus of Morgan State University in Baltimore, police say

By LEA SKENE Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — Multiple people were shot at Morgan State University in Baltimore on Tuesday, police said. The Baltimore Police Department...

A white man fatally shot 3 Black people at a Florida store in what officials say is a hate crime

A white man fatally shot three people inside a Jacksonville, Florida, Dollar General store on Saturday in a predominately Black neighborhood in an attack...

Bob Barker, dapper ‘Price Is Right’ and ‘Truth or Consequences’ host and animal advocate, dies at 99

By FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer A publicist says popular game show host Bob Barker, a household name for a half-century as host of "Truth...

James Harden calls Daryl Morey a liar, wants out of Philly

James Harden clarified that he wants out of Philadelphia, and Daryl Morey may be to blame. In a video posted to social media on Aug....

NBA suspends Ja Morant 25 games for 2nd social media video involving a gun

Memphis guard Ja Morant has been suspended for the first 25 games of the upcoming season for a second social media video in which he flashed a gun. The NBA announced the suspension on Friday. Morant will also have to adhere to certain conditions before being reinstated. It is the second time he has been suspended within four months for showing a firearm on social media. He was suspended eight games in March after a video showed him with a gun in a strip club. The second video surfaced in May and showed him briefly flashing a gun while riding in the passenger seat of a car.

Former President Trump Arrested, Booked, and Pleads Not Guilty to 37 Charges Tied to Alleged Mishandling of Classified Documents

In an almost surreal sequence of events that defied the once noble legacy of the U.S. presidency, former President Donald Trump, already marred by...

Trump indicted in classified documents case in a historic first for a former president

MIAMI (AP) — Donald Trump has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, a remarkable development that makes him...

Colts confirm NFL investigating player for possible gambling

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts say they are aware the NFL has opened a gambling investigation into one of the team's players. A team spokesman also says the team will have no additional comment. The player has not been publicly identified. The confirmation comes after reports first leaked Monday and less than two months after the NFL suspended five players — including four from the Detroit Lions — for gambling policy violations. The Colts are holding workouts this week at the team facility
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