- SportsChicago Tribune
A high school baseball player in Iowa faced racist taunts during a game. His family wants the incident to spark rule changes addressing hateful jeering in sports.
CHICAGO - When Keisha Cunnings moved from the Chicago area to Iowa for a lower cost of living and to avoid the downsides of city life with her young son Jeremiah Chapman, she said she didn't worry too much about facing racism. She had experienced it herself as the only Black student in her class in Oak Forest. But when Chapman was subjected to threatening racist taunts during a recent baseball ...
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Darius Rucker and Wife Beth Split After 20 Years: 'Our Priority Will Always Be Our Beautiful Family'
The couple share two children together, daughter, Daniella, and son Jack
- BusinessMotley Fool
The IRS Wants Taxpayers to Claim $1.5 Billion in Unclaimed Refunds -- But There's Less Than 1 Week to Do It
Make sure you claim your refund if you're owed it When you're owed a tax refund, you usually have to submit forms to the IRS to let the agency know and to claim your cash. While the IRS can create a substitute tax return for you if you don't file one, they may not know about deductions and credits you're entitled to, so may not know you're due a refund unless you tell them -- especially if you're entitled to the Earned Income Tax Credit. And if you're owed a refund and need to file a return to get it, you have just three years from the tax deadline to do this or the IRS doesn't have to send you your money.
Johnny Depp Tells Court That Bed “Defecation Incident” Was “Fitting End” To His Relationship With Amber Heard
(Press Association) A “defecation incident” in which feces were found in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s bed was a “fitting end” to the couple’s relationship, the Hollywood actor has said. The star told the High Court he had been “convinced” it was either his ex-wife herself, or one of her friends who was involved in […]
- PoliticsFox Business
If Trump signed legislation by the beginning of August, that could mean Americans would start to see the money at least by the end of the month -- if not earlier.
- U.S.CBS News
Daniel Lewis Lee, a former white supremacist who robbed and murdered a family of three, including their 8-year-old daughter, was scheduled to be executed on Monday.