Nov. 24 - Dec. 5 in Black history
The row between Antigua and the U.S. over Washington shutting down electronic gaming outlets on the island continued this past week
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio won the election
A council hearing centered on Int. No. 1177, an amendment to the administrative code of the city of New York that would require businesses to keep electronic records of the names, addresses and items of sale or purchase.
Last Saturday evening, President Barack Obama explained yet another bold move by his administration, and like his other moves, the interim peace deal with Iran has come with its own measure of dissent and push back
Leah James is well on her way to becoming one of the next city leaders
After Reggie Wilson’s acclaimed 2009 work “The Good Dance—Dakar with Andreya Ouamba” premiered, folks wanted to know what was next,
Back in 2007, you had this brave, bold idea of health care reform but then settled for what has now become the nightmare of the Affordable Care Act rollout
Diana Ross’ 25-year-old son Evan Ross announced he is ready to marry Jessica Simpson’s sister, Ashlee
Social Security currently keeps 20 million Americans out of poverty
Embattled Trenton Mayor Tony Mack will begin what many contend will be the fight of his political life
Black Nativity's Jacob Latimore talks about his role in the new blockbuster
Harlem, known in some circles as “the Black cultural capital of the world,” is consistently losing its Black flair and cultural identity to the giant bites of gentrification
There are many reasons to embrace the feel-good holiday film “Black Nativity"
For the first time in the city’s history, the budget for an upcoming fiscal year already has been balanced for an incoming mayor
Dia Simms, chief operating officer of Combs Enterprise, is the keynote speaker for the Shiloh Baptist Church’s 100th anniversary gala
A recent court ruling in the Dominican Republic has migrants of Haitian descent fearing deportation from their birth land
I had many elderly patients who were living alone and whose minds had unfortunately begun to fad.
The Association to Benefit Children (ABC), an organization that traffics in serving the economically disadvantaged, held its annual “Turkey Day” at its East Harlem location
The Black Floridian woman who was facing 20 years in prison for shooting warning shots at her abusive ex-husband is reportedly offering conditions to a judge if she is released