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Right now, the Student Loan Forgiveness application is OPEN! There was a lot questions surrounding how the application process would be and the Biden Administration reached out to Ryan Cameron Uncensored to try to ease all concerns! Today, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona sat down with executive producer of RCU, Sam Sirmons, to discuss […]

Prayers are in order for dozens of families in Thailand after a former police officer opened fire inside a daycare, killing at least 24 young children. In total, 37 people were killed and another 12 were wounded. The shooter took his own life after the attack. It's the deadliest mass shooting in Thailand's history. Most of the children who died were preschoolers. The gunman was reportedly fired from his position as a police officer months ago after being caught with drugs.

For many, there's only one thing on our minds when we finally decide to roll out of bed. It doesn't matter if we stayed up past our bedtime or got a luxurious eight hours of sleep. Coffee.

Lebron James has been a star basketball player on the court and an even more impressive person off of it, and when you see the recent pictures published by Vanity Fair it's not hard to see why.

According to the latest reports, new Covid infections have hit a pandemic high in the U.S., due in large part to the highly contagious omicron variant.

"Archbishop Desmond Tutu was a mentor, a friend, and a moral compass for me and so many others." Obama said.

"A fully vaccinated booster person is the most protected against Covid," He said.

Gone far too soon, Boseman's legacy lives on through film and his representation of strength in the face of personal pain. Wakanda Forever.

The biggest Gospel celebration took place on Saturday (October 16th) when Praise 104.1 and Spirit 1340am presented their 13th Annual Spirit of Praise Celebration. This year due to the pandemic the event was virtual but that didn’t stop the praise party! Check out performances by: Jokia Damon Little Joshua Rogers Jabari Johnson Jor’Dan Armstrong Rudy […]

National Radio Day (August 20) has been celebrated since the 1990s as a means to highlight the invention of radio and its cultural impact on society. As the first device that allowed mass communication through public airwaves, radio has - and still is - used to share news, music, humor and conversations of common interests to people of various backgrounds around the world.