1. Hong Kong protesters return to airport
Hong Kong protesters return to the airport for another day of protest causing hundreds of delayed flights. The protest began on Friday and was only suppose to last only three days. Pro-democracy protesters are still there and flights are still being cancelled. For more on this story, click here.
2. Two Black millennials running one of the largest businesses
Two brothers, Lorron and John James, run one of the largest and most lucrative Black businesses in America. From Detroit, these “servant leaders” are ever evolving and looking to expand their successful business model very soon. To read more about their success and just how they did it, click here.
3. Jeffrey Epstein's final act of impunity
Another week and another wealthy and well-connected white person escapes punishment. On Saturday, he committed suicide in his prison cell before federal prosecutors could put him away for the rest of his life. Victims will never be rendered justice because of another selfish act by Epstein. For more, click here.
4. NCAA amends Rich Paul rule
Remember last week when we published an article covering the new “Rich Paul” rule put out by the NCAA requiring agents to have a bachelor’s degree? Well, the NCAA has amended that rule to not require that any more. Here’s an updated article for you to catch up on what’s going on with this developing story.
5. Trump unleashes new regulation on immigration
On Monday, 45’s administration released a mandate that could make it easier to reject green card and visa applications. Coupled with the ICE raids that happened last week on food processing plants in Mississippi, this report demonstrates calculated attempts by the administration to limit legal immigration and crack down on illegal immigration. For more on this report, click here.