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With Romney's Support, GOP Likely Has Votes To Move Ahead With Ginsburg's Replacement

Updated at 4:16 p.m. ET Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, says he will support moving forward with President Trump's upcoming election year nomination to the Supreme Court. Romney issued a statement Tuesday that he intends "to follow the Constitution and precedent in considering the President's nominee." If the nominee reaches the Senate floor he intends "to vote based upon their qualifications." Romney's support for moving ahead means that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is all but certain to...

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GIVEcoming 2020

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GIVEcoming is an inaugural fundraising campaign, rallying Alabama A&M alumni, friends, and HBCU champions, to make a financial contribution to a specified fund within the University’s Foundation.

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AAMU President Speaks to National Space Club

On Thursday,September 10th, Alabama A&M University President, Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr., virtually addressed a national voting summit designed to boost student voter participation among Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 

The virtual event was hosted by Alabama A&M University, Andrew Goodman Foundation and the National HBCU Voting Summit.

Click here to view Dr. Hugine's message to attendees.

 

On the latest edition of WJAB's "Yo! Just Checkin In" host Marcus Sims has the chance to talk with John and Jeremiah, also known as The Moore Twins. The rising artists have given us jazzy remakes of "Two Occasions" and "Decisions" and have the new single "Breath of Fresh Air" out NOW. Find out more about Jeremiah and John in this exclusive interview.

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AAMU Introduces New “Start and Go” Podcast

 

The essence of Alabama A&M University’s popular “Start Here, Go Anywhere” slogan will be captured in a new podcast that will launch Wednesday, September 9.

 

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The League of Women Voters of the Tennessee Valley, the R.E. Nelms 1127 Temple, Goodway Lodge #222, the Madison County Volunteer Lawyer Program and the Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization, will host a Community Voter Services event on Saturday, September 12th, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Boys & Girls Club, Calvary, 2901 Fairbanks, Street, NW, Huntsville, AL, 35816. Host organizations will register voters and help voters fill out the application for the Absentee Ballot for the General Election.

On the latest episode of In Tune with T. Mill hosts, Tim Miller and Marcus Sims speak with Courtni Sedlacek about the pros and cons of homeschooling during Covid-19. 

In tune with T Mill is a podcast for artists, independent business owners and

 every generation of positive like minds.

www.governor.alabama.gov

UPDATE - August 27, 2020

Governore Kay Ivey has extended the "Safer At Home" order. It has been extended to October 2, 2020.

Click here to read the order. 

UPDATE - July 29, 2020

The Governor of Alabama amended the "Safer At Home" order. It has been extended to August 20, 2020.

Click here to read more.   

www.cdc.gov

This health order has unanimous support of the Madison County Board of Health, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and Madison Mayor Paul Finley and County Commission Dale Strong.

Click here to read the entire order. 

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The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

More than 100,000 people are taking part in studies to see if one or more COVID-19 vaccine candidates actually work.

As of now, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization say the primary way the coronavirus spreads is by hitching a ride on respiratory droplets when people are in close contact.

Respiratory droplets form when someone sneezes, coughs, talks or sings, for example. They don't travel far and fall to the ground quickly.

Critics of Facebook and Twitter — and even some people inside the companies — say dramatic action is needed to counter the way the platforms supercharge false, and sometimes dangerous, claims.

Facebook says it has taken down a network of China-based fake accounts whose posts included content about the U.S. presidential election.

Most of the activity by the more than 180 fake accounts, groups and pages was focused on Southeast Asia, Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook's head of security policy, said in a blog post Tuesday.

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