Man, 46, fatally shot in front of Harlem apartment

A man was fatally shot in front of his Harlem apartment late Thursday night, police said.

Ex-NYPD officer gets probation for stomping on arrestee’s head

An NYPD officer who stomped on a man’s head while he was facedown on the ground while being arrested was sentenced on Thursday to 2 years probation and instructed to resign, according to the Kings County District Attorney.

Former Detroit city leader, TV anchor arrested in Harlem for alleged sexual misconduct with minor

The man who was once the second most powerful political figure in Detroit politics as well as a former television anchor for the city's Fox affiliate was arrested Thursday morning by the Regional Fugitive Task Force in Harlem.

Police officers not indicted in Phillip White death

A grand jury decided not to indict two Vineland police officers involved in the March 2015 death of Phillip White.

Keep Harlem in vogue

Change appears to be inevitable for the communities of the world, and Harlem is no exception.

State Senator Kevin Parker hosts tea party

Saturday, June 11, State Sen. Kevin Parker was joined by family, friends and supporters for his annual High Tea event.

SekouWrites makes pretty bracelets with heavy meaning

SekouWrites decided to take on a project he calls Brown Boy Bad, a series of conversations with Black fathers about how racism affects raising Black children today. Writes, an author, car blogger of SimplyRides.com, and former editor at Uptown Magazine, ...

Bronx unemployment drops to 6.1%

The Bronx’s unemployment rate has fallen to one of its lowest numbers ever, according to newly released statistics from the New York State Department of Labor.

Bronx clinic owner arrested for alleged $5 million Medicaid scam

The owner of a Bronx medical clinic was arrested for allegedly creating false Medicaid claims amounting to more than $5 million in reimbursements.

NYPD seeks to reduce sex crimes as more women report incidents

The number of sex crimes reported on the subway is through the roof but there's a big positive to the bad news – it means more women are standing up and telling police.

High-ranking NYPD officials arrested for allegedly accepting bribes in exchange for favors

Three high-ranking NYPD officials and a Brooklyn-based businessman were arrested and charged Monday in connection to an alleged scheme to provide bribes, such as a Super Bowl trip, a stay with a prostitute, and other costly favors in exchange for ...

Ramarley Graham marchers trek 17 miles to One Police Plaza

Thursday, June 2, 2016, supporters and allies gathered together in solidarity to walk from East 229th Street in the Bronx to One Police Plaza in Manhattan to demand justice for the murder of the 18-year-old teenager, Ramarley Graham.

Ali the Greatest

A Peoples’ Memorial Rally for the phenomenal and courageous Muhammad Ali was held in the streets of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, Saturday June 11, 2016, in front of Sistas’ Place coffee house on the corner of Nostrand and Jefferson avenues.

State of Black World Conference IV comes to Newark

The Institute of the Black World is holding its fourth State of the Black World Conference Nov. 16-20 at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark.

Annual African-American Parade and Festival held in Montclair

The Montclair African-American Heritage Foundation held the 27th annual African-American Parade and Festival last weekend.