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Sugarhill Restaurant & Supper Club in Bed-Stuy celebrates 39 years of community service

Despite the onslaught of the relentless tide of realtors and developers, the party goes on at Eddie Thomas Freeman’s esteemed Bedford-Stuyvesant acclaimed Sugarhill Restaurant & Supper Club (609-615 Dekalb Ave. on the corner of Nostrand Avenue) in Brooklyn.

Sen. Kevin Parker hosts free citizenship assistance event

Last Saturday, Sen. Kevin Parker and the City University of New York collaborated at the Flatbush YMCA on their annual free citizenship application assistance event, CUNY CitizenshipNow!

Candidates for public advocate make their case

The stage is set for the special election for the next public advocate after Letitia James’ victory to be the next state attorney general.

People versus polls: Does anti-Amazon sentiment reflect reality?

Critics of Amazon’s deal with New York City continue to be loud and forceful.

NYPD slammed for violent grab of baby in altercation with young mom

Outrage, frustration and tears had New Yorkers demanding the release of a young mom who was brutalized by police and security personnel who tried to snatch her 1-year-old baby from her arms at a Brooklyn SNAP Center. A video went ...

Cosby lawyers detail 11 alleged trial errors as they appeal

Bill Cosby's lawyers filed a list of nearly a dozen alleged trial errors Tuesday as they appeal his sexual assault conviction and three- to 10-year prison term.

Brooklyn mom heads home from Rikers to reunite with her baby boy

The mom whose son was pulled from her arms was ordered released from Rikers on Tuesday afternoon and was finally allowed to return home and reunite with her son hours later.

Charges dropped against mom after video shows baby being yanked from her arms at benefits office

Charges against a mother were dropped after video captured by a bystander showed officers pulling a 1-year-old baby from her arms at a Brooklyn benefits office, District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced Tuesday.

Rosanell Eaton, Queen Mother of voting rights, dies at 97

Considered a Queen Mother and a leader in the struggle and movement for freedom, justice and equality, Rosanell Eaton proved a true matriarch to many civil rights leaders — especially when it came to the fight against voter suppression.

Black girl commits suicide after racist bullying

An Alabama 9-year-old girl took her own life on Monday night, leaving her family in shock.

2 on desk duty after outrage over video of baby yanked from mom at benefits office, but family skeptical

It’s video that’s been viewed, shared and commented on hundreds of thousands of times worldwide on social media, and exponentially more times than that on other media.

COMMENTARY: Don’t Let Small Dollar Loans Ruin Your Holidays

In this wonderful time of the year when family and friends gather in good cheer to celebrate the holidays, nearly everyone has a number of lists.

‘Unacceptable’ video shows cops pulling baby from woman at Brooklyn SNAP center

Video shows a group of police officers pulling a 1-year-old baby from a woman's arms and dragging the woman across the floor of a Brooklyn food assistance center.

Trump nominates William Barr as attorney general

President Donald Trump has decided to nominate former attorney general William Barr to be the next permanent head of the Justice Department, the President told reporters Friday.

Abyssinian Baptist Church screens ‘The Rape of Recy Taylor’

Odyssey Impact, in conjunction with the Abyssinian Baptist Church and the Tau Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., is hosting a free screening of the award-winning documentary “The Rape of Recy Taylor,” followed by a panel discussion.