Blood is on everyone’s hand in America, because we have the power to stop horrendous acts of murder with guns, yet nothing is done.
Perhaps taking a cue from the outrageous remarks made by Donald Trump that has made him the frontrunner of the GOP pack for several months now as the presidential nominee...
The Republican candidates have been a relatively entertaining clown car of politicians, business folks and has-beens all vying for the conservative mantel of their party.
It is a shame that after all these years, the Black socio-political structure seems inept.
This past Monday evening, a family of six was gunned down as they returned to their home.
When ideology trumps common sense you get failed policies. That was the case with the city’s approach to “Welfare to Work” programs under the previous two mayors.
Pope Francis’ six-day, three-city visit to the United States may have either brought divisions closer together or provided the opposing forces enough calm to be comfortable in their separation.
"Consider that more than 2 out of every 5 people living in New York City live in poverty."
In many ways, the job of the speaker of the House is much like that of a craftsman.
Improving police-community relations has been a topic of conversation for decades, especially in communities of color.
Each Labor Day weekend, thousands of New Yorkers gather to celebrate “One Caribbean, One People, One Voice.”
For too many formerly incarcerated men and women, their criminal past condemns them to a dismal future.
One of the striking facets of the economic downturn that started in 2008 and the “recovery” that has continued until today is the unprecedented slack in the American labor force.
As the summer months have passed and the winds of fall are upon us, we are 16 days away from the 20th anniversary of the historic Million Man March.
Predicting where the next barrage of bullets will occur in New York City or the nation is impossible.