Taking Aspirin Could Be Doing More Harm Than Good

These results highlight how crucial it is to only take aspirin on your doctor’s orders and to hold off starting any over-the-counter medications like aspirin until you have discussed whether the expected benefit outweighs the risk. According to

Unlocking the Power of Our Emotional Memory To Cure Mental Health Disorders Like Depression and PTSD

It might be hard to believe, but this is a picture of a memory. In this image, the blue dots are positive memory cells, and the red dots are negative memory cells. Memories exist in the brain as networks of cells called engrams, and are stored


Elon Musk closes $44-billion Twitter deal, ending months-long saga

Elon Musk has completed his $44-billion acquisition of Twitter Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, putting the world’s richest man in charge of the struggling social network after six months of public and legal wrangling over the

Amazon shares plunge on forecast of sluggish holiday sales, shocking Wall Street, has projected the slowest holiday-quarter growth in the company’s history. The shares plunged about 13% in extended trading. The Seattle-based company, which reaped record profits during the pandemic, said


Students Post Blackface Pictures

By Mark F. Gray, AFRO Staff Writer, [email protected] With brazen disregard for their African

D.C. Residents Remember Those Who Died in Traffic Accidents

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer There were two moments, wrapped in pain, confusion

37 D.M.V. High School Students Receive $2,500 UNCF Scholarship

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) continued to

Public Hearings Held to Close Racial Disparities in the District

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer Public hearings were held last week at the Wilson

“Rafiki” Brings Black Queer Kenyan Love Story into Focus

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer Part of the human journey is to search for something

New Musical Shares Motown History Through Lens of a Love Story

By Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor, [email protected] When Marvin Gaye sang “Pride

OPINION: The Interlopers Better Recognize that Howard University isn’t going Anywhere

By Kyra E. Azore, Originally published by The Grio ( For more than 150 years,

“Fund Our Schools Rally” Protests DCPS Proposed Budget

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer At least 100 people chanted “Fund our schools,” sang

Broccoli City Weekend: Fun for Everyone

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer The walk to FedEx Field is a long one- no matter
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