Friday, May 31
Black American's responsibility
President Obama urged Morehouse graduates to use their education "for something larger than yourself."
Thursday, May 30
Holder under fire for phone records, subpoenas
Attorney General Eric Holder, a political lightning rod for Republican critics of the Obama administration, is under fire for two cases involving secret subpoenas or searches for phone records and other information of journalists involved in reports about leaked classified information.
The mother of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III urged families attending a homeownership workshop on Saturday, April 13, 2013 to live within their means focus on their dreams and never, ever give up— even when faced with adversity.
After the tea party's poor showing in the 2012 elections, many in the political world declared the movement dead.
Some of the greatest players to play baseball are mostly unknown. Most of the names evoke few memories among the masses.
Wednesday, May 29
When the head of the World Health Organization says a new virus is her "greatest concern right now," people worldwide may wonder whether they should be concerned.
Ready, set, fire up those grills to kick start the summer season! Giant Food of Landover, Md. wants to make sure your next barbecue is a safe and healthy one by sharing food safety tips to keep top of mind when grilling.
Needed: at least 15 corrections officers like Stanley Cherry to work in the Baltimore City Detention Center. Who, many readers will no doubt ask, is Stanley Cherry?
This story about the federal indictments handed down regarding corruption at the Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC) just keeps getting better and better or worse and worse, depending on your perspective!
You mean the "Washington Post" is NOT a liberal newspaper?
HealthCorps, a national non-profit co-founded by Dr. oz and his wife Lisa to combat the childhood obesity crisis, hosted a regional Teen Battle Chef (TBC) cooking competition on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 in Baltimore.
Imagine this. You have earned a Phi Beta Kappa key, which makes you a member of the world’s most prestigious academic honor society.
A day at the races: A hat and glove affair
The Epsilon Omega Foundation, Inc. the charitable arm of the Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. sponsored their second “Day at the Races” on Sunday, May 5, 2013 at the famed Pimlico Racecourse in Baltimore City.
Saturday, May 25
A fate worse than death for some African women
It's a condition practically unheard of in the United States and most Western countries. But in a culture where a woman's status and dignity is decided by her ability to provide a husband with multiple children, it can be a fate worse than death.
Hello everyone; “HAPPY MOMMY DAY” to all the mothers and mothers to be, this is your weekend.
The Anne Arundel County Community Action Agency (AACCAA) held its second annual homecoming celebration for its dedicated volunteers at the La Fontaine Bleue in Glen Burnie, Maryland on Friday, May 17, 2013.
Not every 11-year-old knows how to make cupcakes, and it’s rare that a pre-teen comes up with such a sweet idea to raise money to help other children learn to read. Krissa Hillman is an exception.
It sounds like "American Idol" is far more interested in sticking with old friends than making new ones.
Special Olympics of Marylad event highlights the hurtful word
Do you use the "R" word?
Friday, May 24
There are baby killers among us. At least one, possibly three, of them killed little Carter Scott.
Thursday, May 23
Paris Hilton is the newest member of one of hip-hop's hottest labels.
Catch up on the latest in HBCU sports.
Summer means plenty of fresh food to enjoy
When the weather warms, there are plenty of fun outdoor activities to enjoy, which means there's also a bounty of summer fare to eat. From the traditional to the intriguing, you never know what interesting food choices you may find while out and about.
Saturday, May 18
University commencement season is a time of high hopes and great celebration.
Friday, May 17
When Angelina Jolie revealed she'd had a double mastectomy, she probably had a pretty good idea that her bravery would empower other women to tell their breast cancer stories.
Kendel Abrams is a member of the Clifton Park Junior Golf Program
Kendell Abrams may one day be a household name
Tuesday, May 14
Announced preventative surgery in New York Times Op-Ed
Actress Angelina Jolie announced in a New York Times op-ed article on Tuesday that she underwent a preventive double mastectomy after learning she carries a mutation of the BRCA1 gene, which sharply increases her risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
Thursday, May 9
Minor incidents have major consequences
Kiera Wilmont a black, 16-year old straight-A student was handcuffed, arrested and charged with two felonies after her high school science experiment blew the top off a small water bottle.
Wednesday, May 8
What's happening in black college athletics
Tuesday, May 7
Globe Poster Company and old school bands honored
The Globe Poster legacy lives on.
Joins forces with Connor Cares Foundation to teach swimming, life skills
Olympic swimmer Cullen Jones nearly drowned when he was five. Now his mission is to teach children to swim.
Thursday, May 2
School closings sadden alumni
What happens to students when a school closes, and what is the impact on the alumni?
Wednesday, May 1
Two entrepreneurial University of Maryland alumni were recently awarded over $52,000 as the winner of this year’s Cupid’s Cup Business and Innovation Showcase and Competition in order to fund their eco-friendly company, Earth Starter.