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OKLAHOMA CITY — After nearly two hours of discussion, a divided panel of Oklahoma utility regulators issued an emergency order Tuesday night that prioritizes powering homes over large commercial and industrial businesses if the power or natural gas grid can’t fully support all of the operations.

Black entrepreneurship is vital to the success of America as entrepreneurship from all races are. History shows us Black people have been used to build, innovate, defend, and feed this country, but the equity of financial success has not been recognized by Black people.

GLOUCESTER, Mass. — The pandemic’s tidal wave of challenges left nothing untouched, even the rivalry among fishing vessels. Viewers of National Geographic Channel’s “Wicked Tuna” will see a new dynamic when the 10th season opens with a 90-minute episode at 9 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 21.

As adults, I feel we have multiple lenses through which we see the world. Most of us have more in common than we think and have similar wants and desires, but where the issues arise is the lens through which we chose to view certain situations.

A Rusk City Councilman and self-declared Texas gubernatorial candidate faces nationwide backlash, including from the Texas Republican Party, after he posted a photo of a noose on his campaign's Twitter feed along with a statement calling for violence "Starting in D.C."

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