Having secured the 34th Senate vote, President Barack Obama’s deal with Iran is all but ironclad.
Self-published author and rape survivor Marie Williams, 31, has opened up about her life, sharing and discussing the horrific experience she’s had with rape.
The Committee to Eliminate Media Offensive to African People is hosting the discussion “Does Justice or Else Mean Reparations?”
Public Advocate Letitia James filed a lawsuit against the New York City Department of Education Aug. 19 for failing to adequately provide air conditioning on school buses transporting District 75 children as plantiffs with disabilities.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly isn’t holding his tongue about how he feels about law enforcement in the city since he left the NYPD.
A Baltimore judge ruled Wednesday there will be separate trials for each of the six police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray.
Dubbed as the “Largest Black Parade in America,” the 46th Annual African American Day Parade takes place on Sunday, September 20 at 1pm in Harlem.
So, it turns out your mother was right again: The less sleep you get, the more likely you are to catch a cold.
The NAACP is calling attention to a string of racist graffiti found in a metro Atlanta subdivision, but they aren't welcomed by everyone.
Mental health has a long-standing public perception problem, but the stigma appears to be shifting.
Watch out Donald Trump. Here comes Ben Carson.
Reports indicated that President Barack Obama was going to head to Columbia after his term, however, the school is now clarifying what they meant.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., in collaboration with the New York City Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, hosted a ribbon cutting and free movie night at the newly constructed Amphitheater.
A list of crossing guard vacancies
The Police Department is accepting applications for school crossing guard positions across Manhattan and the city as a whole.