White House correspondent April Ryan says she’s received death threats from the public since asking press secretary Sarah Sanders at the White House press briefing on Tuesday if President Donald Trump has ever “thought about stepping down.”
The United States, along with France and Britain, launched military strikes in Syria to punish President Bashar al-Assad for his alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians and to deter him from doing it again, President Donald Trump said Friday.
The mother of a woman found dismembered in a Brooklyn park believes the NYPD isn't working as hard to find her daughter's killer because of the color of their skin.
A new lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court Thursday demanded NYCHA provide rent refunds for the 300,000 tenants who were without heat or hot water at some point last winter.
Several Caribbean Community countries are beginning to sit up and take notice of the increasing numbers of Venezuelan nationals seeking asylum,
In the past few months, El Trumpeto has gone from insisting that he wants a deal on immigration and DACA to saying no DACA deal whatsoever...
With innovative thinking, leadership and continued public-private sector collaboration, the U.S. Virgin Islands has a good opportunity to further develop its cruise tourism sector.
It’s that time of year again—tax season. Most people dread the coming of April 15, when annual taxes are due.
Gregory O. Smiley is making history: he is the first Black campaign manager for a New York State senator and the first for a sitting U.S. senator.
Ask anyone under the age of 10 where they want to spend an entire week and they will all say one place—Orlando, Fla.
Cecil Taylor, the pianist whose music was an intentional sound of revolutionary freedom, died April 5 at his home in Brooklyn. He was 89.
Choreographer David Thomson recently presented his latest work at the new Performance Space New York.
While We Are Still Here, a Harlem-based, heritage-preservation organization in collaboration with Truth2Power Films and Jamal Joseph, presents a documentary, “In the Face of What We Remember: Oral Histories of 409 and 555 Edgecombe Avenue.”
Jongnic Bontemps is a gifted composer and it’s his musical composition in the new documentary “United Skates” (by directors Dyana Winkler and Tina Brown) that is causing the strong pre-festival buzz.
This year’s Tribeca Film Festival is full of Black star power, and we’ve compiled a list of everything you should have on your radar for entertainment.
April is Jazz Appreciation Month throughout the world, and the big celebration day is International Jazz Day. Held April 30 and implemented by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in 2011, it highlights jazz and the diplomatic role it has played culturally throughout the world.
Walking through the halls of public radio jazz station WBGO 88.3 FM, it’s not hard to figure out why the nearly 40-year-old station is a epicenter of the American music genre aiming to keep dedicated jazz aficionados pleased along with getting the ears of new listeners.
William Lewis Coffield was born June 22, 1918, in Hollywood, Fla., the sixth of nine children born to Benjamin Coffield Sr. and Isabell Sharpe.
Wednesday, April 4, 2018, the theater world lost a great light when Gertrude Hadley Jeannette made her transition. Jeannette, who most people knew as the founder, producer, director and one of the playwrights for the H.A.D.L.E.Y. (Harlem Artists Development League Especially for You) Players in Harlem for seven decades, died at the remarkable age of 103.
The man who has been the subject of criticism on social media for allegedly stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in the Howard University financial aid scandal is now suing the school for $10 million, according to reports.