Chinonye Chukwu is the first Black woman to win the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for her U.S. Dramatic entry.
In his final day in the White House, President Barack Obama commutated sentences for 330 drug prisoners. The outgoing president has now issued 1,715 commutations.
President Obama commuted the prison sentences of 79 inmates on Tuesday, upholding his pledge to release non-violent and low-level, drug offenders, The Hill reports.
President Obama is being urged to make good on his promise to grant clemency to thousands of non-violent drug offenders serving life sentences in prison.
Williams is set on claiming her 23rd title in a major tournament, and looks to accomplish a record setting seventh U.S. Open title
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