Our health is in danger.
“Fake news” or honest reporting?
The health care repeal that Republicans are pushing through Congress is a direct attack on the lives of Black people throughout the country.
There once was a time when most educated people, of a certain age, made it a point to watch the evening news, read the daily newspaper or, as technology advanced, read publications online.
Transparency, like the truth, is an alien word in the vocabulary of the Trump family, a point given fresh currency with Trump Jr.’s rush to publish his Russian-related emails in advance of media disclosure.
By recently announcing that his office would no longer criminally prosecute most cases of turnstile jumping, Manhattan’s District Attorney Cyrus Vance acknowledged that laws can be enforced without sending people to Rikers Island or putting immigrants at risk of deportation.
On the hot summer night on of July 12, 1967, two white policemen in Newark, New Jersey, arrested an African-American cabdriver named John Smith for "tailgating" and driving in the wrong direction. The police also accused Smith of physical assault ...
Baltimore, Md.—In 1954, Thurgood Marshall and a team of NAACP attorneys argued the landmark civil rights case, Brown v. Board of Education, before the Supreme Court.
America’s export of football into Israel received an incredible boost this week after New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and an awe-inspiring group of NFL greats visited Israel to inaugurate a new sports complex in Jerusalem called the Kraft Family ...
Democrats can never win in America without the Black vote and a progressive platform.
As our families gather to celebrate, commemorate or commiserate on the Fourth of July, there is much about President Donald Trump and his administration that is reminiscent of the times when members of Congress assembled in 1776 and signed the ...
Life Needs the Caribbean! So read the tagline of a full-length commercial that ran in frequent rotation on national network television a couple of years ago.
A few weeks ago, Americans were awakened to news of yet another terrorist strike in London, the British capital.
Last week we dealt with the news that once again an African-American man was killed by the actions of the police and will not receive any justice.
With the vote for the Senate bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act scheduled for this week, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo denounced the bill for cutting Medicaid funding used to combat the opioid epidemic.