The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce and Silicon Harlem hosted the Senior Citizens Conference on “Demystifying Technology” at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building on Tuesday.
A Colorado man has pleaded guilty in a January explosion outside of an NAACP chapter in Colorado Springs.
In his first case since being appointed special prosecutor just a few weeks ago, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is investigating the death of Raynette Turner in Mount Vernon.
The police department in Savannah, Tenn., is investigating the vandalism of Queen Haley's gravestone.
Commanding officer of the NYPD's Public Information Office Kim Royster is making history with a promotion.
Five major retailers have agreed to stop selling realistic-looking toy guns in New York state, the attorney general said Monday.
In the aftermath of a violent weekend in New York City where three people were killed and at least 17 others were injured due to shootings, there has been a call to end the senseless acts.
Vice President Joe Biden has yet to rule out a 2016 presidential campaign and is likely to wait beyond August to decide, several Democrats say, allowing him to watch as the contest unfolds before determining whether he could make a ...
An outbreak of the disease in the Bronx has claimed seven lives, de Blasio said. All of the victims were older adults with additional underlying medical problems.
An Atlanta-based advocacy group has dubbed Tuesday "Black Women's Equal Pay Day" and the idea has quickly gained traction on Twitter and Facebook.
The Congressional Black Caucus delegation is going to visit Silicon Valley to help tackle Big Tech's diversity problem.
Austin's black population decreased 5.4% between 2000-10
Dylann Roof pleaded not guilty Friday to 33 federal charges in the June 17 attack on Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina
With the attention focused on Sandra Bland’s mysterious death in a Texas jail cell, three other deaths involving the police and jail are making their way into the national consciousness.
The mysterious death of a Black attorney in Redding, Conn. has ignited suspicions, prompting the state’s NAACP chapter to launch its own investigation.