LONDON, United Kingdom — A teenaged boy was killed, and four others were hurt, in a London sword attack Tuesday morning. Police were told that a 36-year-old man had crashed his car into a home in Hainault, a suburb in east London, around 7 a.m. BST. They say that man then got out of the […] The post 14-Year-Old Killed, Others Hurt, in London Stabbing appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.


WASHINGTON — The Biden administration plans to reclassify marijuana, easing restrictions nationwide. The interim rule soon would reclassify the drug to a less stringent category that includes Tylenol and steroids. That’ll be the first time since the Controlled Substances Act was enacted more than 50 years ago. During his State of the Union address, Biden […] The post Biden Administration Plans to Reclassify Marijuana appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.


Congress allocated increased amounts of money to the Child Care and Development Block Grant, but more funding is needed. The post Increases To The Child Care And Development Block Grant Were Helpful, But Consistent Funding Is Needed appeared first on NewsOne.


CHICAGO — A Chicago police officer was shot and killed overnight. The Chicago Police Department said the 30-year-old officer was returning home after his shift when he was shot multiple times. He was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center where he died. A police spokesman said the officer was a six-year veteran of the […] The post Chicago Police Officer Shot & Killed on His Way Home appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.


WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate will vote next week on a foreign aid package that would provide military support to Ukraine. The House on Saturday passed a 95-billion-dollar legislative package that would provide security assistance to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, over the objections of some Republicans. The bill now heads to the Senate, where preliminary […] The post U.S. House Passes 95-Billion-Dollar Foreign Aid Bill, Heads to Senate Next appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Unfortunately, product recalls are becoming more common in the United States. This time, its some of our favorite everyday products.

WASHINGTON — Indiana’s junior senator is all about bringing down the nation’s debt, and he’s once again calling for change in Congress. During a speech Wednesday, Senator Mike Braun called for the banning of ‘earmarks’ – that’s government speak for additions to a bill that don’t necessarily have to do with the overall legislation, and […] The post Sen. Braun Calling for Earmark Ban, Term Limits & Balanced Budget Amendment appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Killer Mike gave his flowers to the founder of Radio One after a career night, winning three grammys at the 66th annual awards show

Tiger Woods announced Monday that his longtime partnership with Nike has ended after 27 years.

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Harvard will debut the course in the spring semester on 2024, taught by Harvard English professor Stephanie L. Burt.

The 46th president celebrated his birthday as he took to Instagram a picture with a cake that had 146 lit candles bunched together