McDonald's incorporates SnapChat app in application process

SnapChat came onto the scene nearly five years ago, and since its creation it has been downloaded by hundreds of millions of users around the world. The app is very popular among teens, which could be one of reasons McDonald's ...

Maryland and D.C. plan to sue Trump over foreign payments

The state of Maryland and the District of Columbia plan to sue President Trump on Monday, alleging that he has violated the Constitution by accepting foreign money through his business empire, according to a person familiar with the plans.

National effort hopes to unite Americans around common values, prevent destruction of historic ship

‘We are The United States" Campaign launched to rally divided nation to save America's Flagship

Bay advocates applaud full funding for Chesapeake Bay

The Recent Omnibus Bill Secures $73 Million for Chesapeake Bay Restoration and Protection

Shea Moisture CEO defend need to expand brand share despite ad controversy on social media

In part two of an exclusive News One Now interview, host and managing editor Roland Martin spoke with Richelieu Dennis, founder and CEO of Shea Moisture parent company Sundial Brands, about the original intent of the ad posted on Shea ...

Educator Says Saving Black Girls at the Core of Her Sister-Friend Mentorship Program

At 90 years young, Chicago educator Dr. Joyce Clark says she's just getting started in her mission to help save Black girls. With the launch of Sister-Friend Intergenerational Mentorship Program, Clark is hoping to empower girls of African ancestry by ...

Celebrate National Arbor Day with 10 free shade trees by joining Arbor Day Foundation

National Arbor Day is Friday, April 28, this year, and the Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for anyone to celebrate the annual tree-planting holiday.

There's a new world's oldest woman

How to be the oldest person in the world? Don't drink rum, according to 117-year-old Jamaican Violet-Mosse Brown, recently dubbed the world's oldest human.

Trump’s EPA Awards Flint $100 Million for Water Crisis

Buried in the 24-hour news cycle of Russian conspiracies, presidential tweets, and White House nepotism, the Trump Administration found the time to set aside $100 million for the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

Internet security survey reveals Baltimore residents vulnerable to hacks

According to officials at Ooma, an online phone and Internet security company, multi-device Internet security has become particularly important now that a single network supports multiple devices

New PACS focus on getting more blacks into politics

In the aftermath of former-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s crushing defeat last November, a number of groups were launched to encourage greater political participation among young people, women and minorities.

Industry insiders say minorities should pursue oil jobs

There are great opportunities for African Americans and Latinos in the oil, natural gas, and petrochemical industries, according to industry insiders, who are calling on minorities to “get in the game.”

Delta meltdown: Pilots are on hold, too

You might not be the only one on hold with Delta Air Lines this weekend. Their pilots are, too.

Distracted driving: Urging companies to crack down

In 2004, David Teater of Spring Lake, Michigan, lost his 12-year-old son, the youngest of three boys, to a distracted driver. Afterward, he knew there were a few different ways he could get involved to raise awareness about this deadly ...


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