Nolan White

  • Democrats Decide to Delay Milwaukee Nominating Convention

    The Democratic National Committee is officially delaying the party’s presidential nominating convention from mid-July until August 17. What We Know: The Democratic National Convention was originally scheduled to take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from July 13-16.  The uncertainty about the rising coronavirus cases across the country and how long...
  • Nick Cannon Drops Trailer of Nipsey Hussle’s Original Dr. Sebi Documentary

    Before Nipsey Hussle’s death last March, he was working on a similar documentary about Dr. Sebi’s New York trial. What We Know: After Hussle was murdered, Nick Cannon promised to finish the documentary about the life of Dr. Sebi, a Honduran herbalist who gained notoriety for treating people with...
  • U.S. Death Close To Passing 5,000 Deaths, Expected to Surpass 100,000

    U.S. coronavirus cases continues to rise exponentially in the United States. What We Know: As of Wednesday afternoon, the death toll in the U.S. passed 4,700. The number of fatalities rose to a one day high of 900 deaths. Many of the cases are by individuals showing no significant...
  • White Supremacists are Hacking Zoom Classes and Meetings

    As coronavirus continues to ravage the nation, the use of Zoom and similar services has been on the rise with companies and schools using the teleconferencing service more than ever. What We Know: The shift to videoconferencing is seen as an opportunity for attackers as white supremacists, hackers, and...
  • Black woman immunologist leads charge to develop COVID-19 Vaccine

    The coronavirus has caused a major public health crisis around the world, but scientists like Dr. Kizzmekia S. Corbett are working hard to develop a much needed vaccine. What We Know: Dr. Kizzmekia S. Corbett, a world-renowned black viral immunologist, is working with the National Institute of Allergy and...
  • Harlem Globetrotters Legend Fred ‘Curly’ Neal Dead at 77

    Between 1963 and 1985, the bald-headed Fred Neal was known for his flashy ball-handling and nimble dribbling skills. What We Know: Neal played in more than 6,000 games over 22 years for the Globetrotters while making numerous television appearances, ranging from the Ed Sullivan Show to Scooby-Doo. His number...
  • Russell Simmons Connects COVID-19 to Eating Animals

    Russell Simmons has weighed in on the worldwide pandemic with his theory that eating meat is why COVID-19 is spreading. What We Know: Simmons, who has been a devout vegan for over 20 years, took to Instagram and talked about how the virus germinated from the savage slaughter of...
  • White Supremacists Had Plans to Weaponize Coronavirus

    Citing a weekly intelligence brief from a division of the Department of Homeland Security, investigators raised concern on white supremacist groups attempting to use the coronavirus against their perceived enemies. What We Know: The brief, covered the week of February 17-24, was written by the Federal Protective Service. In...
  • U.S. Now #1 in Coronavirus Cases as Death toll tops 1,000

    The United States is now the country with the most cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday night. What We Know: In the United States, at least 81,321 people are known to have been infected with coronavirus. This surpasses China and Italy. China has 81,000 cases and Italy has 80,000....