Communities United for Police Reform hosted an open dialogue at the Talking Transition tent in Chelsea on the future of public safety in New York City
A group of union officials joined a coalition of community groups in protest outside of Rep. Gregory Meeks’ office in Jamaica, Queens
Coming to my office was more like coming to a social meeting
planning the next eating holiday
first impressions of Fredericksburg, Texas
One cannot argue with the concept of giving thanks
Authorities in St. Kitts and Nevis are under pressure to explain their scheme to sell citizenship and national passports to foreigners
Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell will be honored by the Caribbean Media Exchange (CMEx) for contributions to the region.
Among the agenda items for incoming Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio is how to placate the numerous public unions
Derailment of a Metro-North train near Spuyten Duyvil Station in the Bronx
On Dec. 5, students and Harlem community members plan to march on the City College of New York
There is some confusion and tension over the latest book on Malcolm X, “The Diary of Malcolm X.”
Zang Toi’s spring ’14 collection is simply stunning
Color-struck fall ’13 fashions captured the runway at Vantan Tokyo’s collection presentation
A Happy Thanksgiving to everyone
No matter what the president achieves he is confronted by Republican elected officials who would never even consider giving him credit.
Three of the last Scottsboro Boys—African-American youths falsely accused of raping two white women in 1931—were granted posthumous pardons by the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Kyam Livingston’s family, elected officials and community leaders announce the filing of a federal lawsuit in connection to her death
While Black Friday is sure to bring tons of shoppers, small businesses are looking to cash in on Saturday
the Friendly 50 Clubs Inc. held their 53rd annual Harvey Davis Memorial Scholarship Dinner Dance