An announcement hit the media that a murderer who was found innocent has chosen an opponent for a purposed celebrity boxing match.
Last Saturday, the beginning of African-American History Month was marked with several events across the city and nation to kick off the month-long celebration.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and legislators from the state demanded that the federal government approve New York’s $10 billion Medicaid waiver.
The nation readies itself to hear President Barack Obama's State of the Union address tonight
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity kicked off its centennial year by announcing several events that will commemorate the milestone
Amsterdam News journalist, author and scholar Herb Boyd was one of eight journalists recently inducted into the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Hall of Fame
Clara Gantt, 94, has waited more than 60 years for her husband, Joseph E. Gantt, to come home from Korea
Black events from January 16 to January 22
Reports indicate that the Marissa Alexander, who was released on bond while she awaits trial for shooting a warning shot at her abusive husband, was almost sent back to jail after violating the terms of her bond
Last week’s jobs report unveiled that the United States only added 74,000 jobs in December, which is the weakest showing since the start of 2011 and a significant dip from the average of the previous three months (250,000).
As the nation prepares to acknowledge Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy this Monday, Jan. 20, the 85th anniversary of his physical birth actually passed on Wednesday, Jan. 15
Thousands of students of color in Detroit; New York; Newark, NJ; Oakland; Washington, D.C; Chicago and Philadelphia have lost their schools due to mass school closings.
Londell L. McMillan: an attorney, media mogul, entrepreneur and community activist.
A military man on active duty hangs out with friends at a bar in Tallahassee, Fla. A fight breaks out at the bar between fraternity brothers from nearby Florida A&M University—people who aren’t connected to the military man and his ...
Former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Louis W. Sullivan will speak on the state of Black American health at an event honoring the life of Martin Luther King Jr. on Wednesday, Jan. 22.