Nelson Mandela, was born Rolihlahla Mandela on July 18, 1918
The people of South Africa along with admirers from around the world will feel the loss of this leader, activist and revolutionary
Detroit is insolvent and thereby eligible for bankruptcy
President Barack Obama embarked Tuesday on a campaign to assure Americans that his health plan is alive and well.
Among the agenda items for incoming Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio is how to placate the numerous public unions
Jubilee Singers created to raise money for Fisk University
Last Saturday evening, President Barack Obama explained yet another bold move by his administration, and like his other moves, the interim peace deal with Iran has come with its own measure of dissent and push back
Three of the last Scottsboro Boys—African-American youths falsely accused of raping two white women in 1931—were granted posthumous pardons by the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Breathtakingly exquisite and elegant is about the best way to describe the newly renovated Minton’s Playhouse
President Barack Obama woke up Wednesday morning to more bad news: His approval rating reached the lowest since he took office.