One Year Later, Women's March Returns

One year after women took to the streets in droves to protest President Donald Trump's inauguration, marchers are gathering again in cities across the country and around the world in a sharp rebuke of Trump's presidency and in continuation of ...

Six tips to protect your company’s data from ransomware

Ransomware can quickly cripple a business and the problem appears to be growing, as evidenced recently when the U.S. government issued a warning about Bad Rabbit, a ransomware attack that spread through Russia, the Ukraine and other countries.

Hair Cuttery’s Veterans Day Share-A-Haircut Program to benefit former servicemen and women across the country

On Veterans Day, join Hair Cuttery, the largest family-owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, in saying “thank you” to our veterans through its Share-A-Haircut program.

More than 50 dead, 400 injured in Las Vegas mass shooting

Stephen Paddock, a 64 year-old white man from Mesquite, Nevada, identified as the gunmen in one of the deadliest mass shootings in United States history.

Four million low-income Americans connected to high speed Internet

In the summer of 2011, Comcast Corporation unveiled the Internet Essentials program for low-income families.

Dick Gregory Dies at 84

Legendary civil rights activist and comedian Dick Gregory died on Saturday. He was 84.

New York Post: Trump 'badly missed the mark' on Charlottesville

One of President Trump's favorite news sources is calling him out for failing to condemn white supremacists.

Sculptural designs so sweet you can eat them

Artist-cum-confectioner Maayan Zilberman has long used sugar and sugar-like alternatives as materials. Her latest series, a group of iridescent, crystalline towers made of sugar, are now on display at Los Angeles' Furth Yashar & gallery.

5 things for Tuesday, July 18: Health care bill, Minneapolis shooting, Korea talks, worker visas, Mediterranean diet

Today's a great day to indulge -- it's Caviar Day! Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your ...

NPR radio workers threaten to strike

The makers of your favorite podcast could be ready to walk off the job.

Baton Rouge officer sues Black Lives Matter over 2016 ambush of cops

A wounded officer's lawsuit filed in federal court in Louisiana alleges Black Lives Matter and several of its leaders are responsible for last year's ambush on law enforcement in Baton Rouge.

Martha Rivera Chavis, wife of NNPA President, dies

Martha Rivera Chavis, the devoted wife of civil rights leader and National Newspaper Publishers Association President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., has died.

'Acts of heroism' shine amid the horror of New York hospital shooting

They wasted little time in keeping patients safe when a disgruntled former employee opened fire Friday at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in New York.

No, Americans aren't actually flocking to Canada in droves

Remember when your anti-Trump friends vowed to pack their bags and flee to Canada after the 2016 US presidential election?

North Carolina teen missing for more than a year found in Georgia

17-year-old girl who left her home in Charlotte, North Carolina has been found at a home in Duluth.