When it comes to the circumstances leading to Sandra Bland's death, what we don't know far outweighs what we do.
Home-buying season is heating up. Homes sold faster in April than at any point in almost the last two years, according to data released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Existing-home sales are on pace to top 5 million ...
There was an era when playing black music on the radio was nearly forbidden, but the late Morris H. Blum was not deterred.
When the rededication of the Lillian S. Jones Recreation Center in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood took place last month, some residents may not even have noticed.
Nine local residents have been recognized for their commitment and dedication to bettering Baltimore.
The National Coalition for Sexual Health, which consists of more than 50 of the nation’s top health and medical organizations, has issued a call-to-action in an effort to encourage African-Americans to take advantage of what they call historic levels of ...
The online petitions are as direct as Bree Newsome proved to be strong.
Crowned the undisputed "Queen of SOCA" by fans worldwide Alison Hinds and the Human Beatbox Doug E. Fresh, are the confirmed musical guests for the 2015 Golf and Tennis Challenge
You could be forgiven for thinking Candace Hill was a seasoned professional athlete.
The Confederate battle flag, a polarizing fixture in South Carolina's state house grounds for half a century, will flap in the wind no longer.
Attributing her longevity to "sleep," clean living and positive energy, the world's oldest living person celebrated her 116th birthday Monday.
Congressman Charles B. Rangel, who represents the 13th Congressional District of New York that includes Upper Manhattan and the Bronx released the following statement in observance of Independence Day
This year’s focus on accomplished women was not totally overlooked at the African Union Summit, despite its preoccupation with the president of Sudan, migration, xenophobia and other pressing issues.
Rainbows spread quickly all over Facebook this weekend to celebrate the Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage.
Joe Morton, Naomi Ekperigin and Rory Albanese ponder the mentality of people who continue to embrace the Confederate flag despite its painful and divisive history.