As we approach Election Day Nov. 6, it is becoming more and more apparent that the Republican Party is willing to lie, cheat and steal in order to win.
There is no doubt that Kanye West cares deeply about Chicago, the city that gave birth to his meteoric rise to superstardom.
New York City and the nation just paused to celebrate the various Jewish holy days in solidarity with the Jewish community.
I am compelled to express my disgust at the determination of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the White House to ramrod through a Supreme Court nomination no matter what.
Another disturbing, unsettling week in the White House? You bet.
NYCHA and its public housing residents have reached a critical turning point.
Just a few days ago, 50 Republican senators cast the deciding votes for Brett Kavanaugh to ascend to the highest court in the U.S. The Supreme Court was initially envisioned by the framers of the Constitution to be an unbiased ...
In Baltimore City, both the police and the city prosecutors have completed a retrospective evaluation of the city’s efforts to curb violence, narcotics trafficking and rampant street crime in the Cherry Hill neighborhood.
America’s medical system is facing a primary care crisis. To meet our nation’s needs requires almost 15,000 additional primary care doctors. Considering the effects of aging and population growth, and the shortage will climb to almost 50,000 by 2030.
These days, as we go into midterm elections, we often hear from politicians and candidates about our rigged economic and political systems.
Now that Trump has his man in place to protect any possible move to impeach him, his focus is back on his chief nemesis—angry protesters.
The Gillum campaign is really a political mistake, if you ask any political expert.
No one likes to be scolded or told what to do by an authority figure, even if it is for the person’s own good.
I am just another girl. Sexual harassment, almost anachronistically in the face of so much social progress, has remained a common part of our collective daily lives—a norm.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Are we prepared to help our communities’ most vulnerable survivors stay safe and let them know they are not alone?