Billionaire Republican backers host retreat with other super-rich conservatives as secret donations are forecast to break records in the 2016 election.
What policymakers and the general public need to recognize is that the homeless are aging faster than the general population in the U.S.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has unveiled new plans to increase diversity among the Academy’s membership.
Alan Newton spent years in a legal battle with the city after he was released from jail in 2006, the NY Daily News reports.
As the nation prepares to honor King this year, the confluence between race and inequality remains a defining factor of the American socio-economic landscape.
Governor Abbott signed and issues a proclamation calling a special election to be held from April 25, 2016 to May 3, 2016 for HD-139.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday called for a convention to gather and adopt nine new amendments to the U.
The purses of the privatization movement are bursting with cash.
Do 8 out of 10 dentists really prefer Colgate?
Activists from the American Postal Workers Union, CWA and other allies delivered 150,000 petition signatures to the U.S. Postal Service Headquarters.
Willie Jeffries is a college football Hall of Fame honoree who has amassed a number of championships across three decades. He is also the first Black head coach of a Division I-A and predomi…
Tavis Smiley’s talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his new book, The Covenant with Black America: Ten Years Later, that chronicles the state of black America since 2005 and the call t…
By Angela L. BradenDr. James McCune Smith, born April 18, 1813 in New York City, is credited as being the first African American to earn a medical degree in the United States. Dr. Smith worked more than twenty years at the Colored Orphan Asylum and was one of the preeminent voices in the arena