Detroit is insolvent and thereby eligible for bankruptcy
Floridian mother Marissa Alexander is free on bail in stand your ground trial
While Black Friday is sure to bring tons of shoppers, small businesses are looking to cash in on Saturday
Kyam Livingston’s family, elected officials and community leaders announce the filing of a federal lawsuit in connection to her death
Nov. 24 - Dec. 5 in Black history
Three of the last Scottsboro Boys—African-American youths falsely accused of raping two white women in 1931—were granted posthumous pardons by the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles.
The Black Floridian woman who was facing 20 years in prison for shooting warning shots at her abusive ex-husband is reportedly offering conditions to a judge if she is released
Social Security currently keeps 20 million Americans out of poverty
Some groups are asking Black shoppers to hold their dollars this Black Friday
Reports indicate that Zimmerman was arrested Monday and charged with aggravated assault after pointing a gun at his pregnant girlfriend, putting two lives in danger.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is being blamed for one historically Black college having to cut out its health care plan for its students.
Black history makers this week
Healthfirst held a ceremony celebrating the grand opening of its Washington Heights community office on Wednesday. A special ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in front of the office at 1467 St. Nicholas Ave. between West 183rd and 184th streets.
The latest in a case involving a Black Georgia teen found dead in a mat in a high school gymnasium involves the coroner in the case slamming how the incident was handled. In January, Kendrick Johnson, 17, was found dead ...
All eyes are back on Florida as the case of Marissa Alexander gets underway.