Maryland’s only public, college-preparatory boarding school, The Seed School of Maryland located at 200 Font Hill Avenue in Baltimore has named its campus for late philanthropists Ruth and Norman Rales.
Chase Reed, 18, recalled when he borrowed money from his father and handed over a pair of his tennis shoes.
If you need proof that triumph can have many faces, look no further than this stunning photo of recent West Point graduate Alix Idrache.
Don't be fooled by the bucolic scenery or the leafy college campuses; Ithaca, New York has been rocked by the scourge of the heroin epidemic sweeping the United States.
Friday, May 20 is Bike to Work Day. If you're looking for a reason to ride, consider this: biking to work could up your pay grade, lift your mood, and land you a promotion.
The Black unemployment rate ticked down from 8.9 percent in March to 8.8 percent in April and Black men showed gains in the labor market, according to the latest jobs report from the Labor Department.
Long-lost relatives -- or those claiming to be -- often materialize after the death of a wealthy celebrity, maybe seeking a piece of the proverbial pie.
Oklahoma City's beloved NBA star Kevin Durant gave some frustrated Paramedics quite the assist.
Two Black productions, “Hamilton” with 16 nominations and “Shuffle Along” with 10 nominations, lead the pack for the prestigious Tony awards for 2016. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” has not only been the hottest ticket on Broadway it has topped the most ...
In the space of a day, Britain's two most powerful people -- Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister David Cameron -- have been publicly reminded of the perils of a hot mic.
Veteran doctors don't need a blood test to tell when someone is on the verge of a drug overdose.
Those who have followed my writings know that I have been and will continue to be very critical of my Republican Party over the lack of real engagement with the Black community.
The city of Ferguson, Missouri, swore in Delrish Moss as its first African-American police chief on Monday.
It's a time-honored tradition at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York -- graduating seniors in small groups don their ceremonial high-collared uniforms and pose for a photo in front of historic Nininger Hall
President Barack Obama warned against a culture of political correctness on college campuses Saturday as he urged students at Howard University to engage in the political process at the local level.