Lead Stories

  1. Harris won’t be ‘president for black people’, warns Clare
    Noted Jamaican immigration-rights advocate Irwine Clare has warned against high expectations of preferential treatment towards blacks or any other minority group should Kamala Harris be elected president of the United States (US). Harris, a first-...
  2. SOE clawed St James from the brink, says Chang
    With nine days to go before the state of emergency (SOE) in St James expires, National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang has led an impassioned defence of the crime-suppressing measure as an effective method of staunching the tide of murder that...
  3. Pryce demands reparation for US war on drugs - Blames Americans for toxic burnout of crops
    Juxtaposing the rallying cry for reparation from Britain for slavery for almost 200 years, climate-change consultant and former senator Raymond Pryce is demanding that the Jamaican State be compensated by the United States for environmental...
  4. Kamala Harris opens US presidential bid
    Kamala Harris, a first-term senator and former California attorney general known for her rigorous questioning of United States President Donald Trump’s nominees, entered the Democratic presidential race on Monday. Vowing to “bring our...
  5. Holness to address Petrojam buy-back saga
    Prime Minister Andrew Holness is expected to speak in Parliament this afternoon on the Petrojam buy-back saga that has sparked debate over the last two weeks. A source also informed The Gleaner that Holness may also weigh in on the former People...