Man gives brief black history lesson on New York City bus.
The attacks of Haitians in the Dominican Republic affects us all as New Yorkers.
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Food shortages mount in Ethiopia
There’s some outrage being expressed in D.C. this week after the visit between Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and President Obama.
More funding in early childhood education, may improve student's long term success.
Support from fellow leaders and the public can help with the evolving challenges our military faces.
Former child star Tanya Wright reflects on finding her way back to work after the loss of her brother.
New restaurant opens in Harlem catering to the homeless.
City Council Member Laurie Cumbo witnesses bill signing that will benefit students, community residents and cultural hubs within the 35th Council District, which she represents.
Civil Rights Activist Claudette Colvin is commemorated at Black History month film festival.
Mayor de Blasio shares an update on his "One New York" plan and the progress they have made so far.
Fresh from his victory in New Hampshire, Sen. Bernie Sanders had breakfast with the Rev. Al Sharpton at Sylvia’s in Harlem.
After more than two weeks of testimonies at Brooklyn’s State Supreme Court, a jury of eight Caucasians, three Hispanics and one African-American began deliberating Peter Liang’s fate for the Nov. 20, 2014 shooting death of an unarmed Black man...
Funeral services were held this week for late journalist Michael J. Feeney.
The only trending issue matching the post-Superbowl 50 “We still support Cam Newton” social media storm is the debate surrounding Beyonce’s big “Formation Show” nod to the 50th anniversary of the founding of the original Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.
A day after getting trounced by Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton's campaign moved quickly to solidify African American voters ahead of Nevada and South Carolina's electoral contests, rolling out a series of travel plans and endorsements aimed at showing Clinton's strength with the critical Democratic constituency.
Two blocks away from the famous King Center in downtown Atlanta is a small brick building that tourists typically overlook.
The fate of a New York police officer who shot and killed a man in a housing project stairwell now rests with jurors.
Federal court might be the next stop for Ferguson, Missouri, after the City Council voted to change an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to reform its police force and municipal court system.