Sunday, Oct. 4, Wilton Felder, a bassist and tenor saxophonist, perhaps best remembered as a founding member of the Jazz Crusaders, died at his home in Whittier, Calif.
In the annals of Detroit’s radical history, Grace Lee Boggs was unique.
More than 40 health care providers have signed and delivered an appeal to Pennsylvania state officials, including Gov. Tom Wolf, requesting proper care for Mumia Abu-Jamal and thousands of other inmates infected with hepatitis C.
When it rains, it pours—at least that’s the deluge Abyssinian Development Corporation is experiencing nowadays.
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.
After Pope Francis did New York City, his next stop was Philadelphia, where he was serenaded by the “Queen of Soul,” Aretha Franklin.
Call it poker, chess or political arm wrestling.
Bush’s ‘free stuff’ sparks reaction.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker shot his wad of cash and bowed out of the presidential race Monday.
Last weekend a delegation of activists met with President Hage Gottfried Geingob of Namibia.