Teri Williams, president, OneUnited Bank and Trabian Shorters, president, BMe Community to answer questions from Miami branch
As women around the world continue to make small but significant socioeconomic gains, black women still lag behind as leaders in top healthcare positions.
Former NFL standout Keion Carpenter dedicated his life to helping youth in his hometown Baltimore and around the country.
VETERAN BLACK CELEBRITY STYLISTS LAUNCH NEW WORKSHOP TOUR TO HELP ASPIRING STYLISTS GET TO THE NEXT LEVEL
The Style Room Workshop by Kesha McLeod and Calyann Barnett is a national tour that has it's first stop in San Francisco, CA.
BLACK-OWNED SWIMWEAR COMPANY LAUNCHES 2017 SPRING/SUMMER TWO PIECE COLLECTION AND ANNOUNCES THE #DIVAINYOU CAMPAIGN
Shalaja Swimwear (www.ShalajaSwimwear.com) announces the arrival of their spring/summer 2017 collection with the launch of their #DivaInYou campaign.
Josh Earnest has some advice for Sean Spicer, who will soon be taking over his job as White House press secretary.
Five percent. Those are your chances of getting into Harvard.
A winter storm could hit the Rockies and upper Midwest late Saturday, making it a very white Christmas for folks in those parts.
President-elect Donald Trump will dissolve the Trump Foundation, the charitable foundation in his name, as part of efforts to untangle himself of conflicts of interest in the weeks before he is sworn into office, he announced Saturday.
Comcast Executive named to Ebony Magazine’s Power 100 in “Corporate Crowns” category
Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) delivered her final remarks on the Senate floor. She talked about her 45 years in elected public office and thanked her staff, constituents and more.
While most Americans were still recovering from Thanksgiving feast over the holiday weekend, Halima Aden was making history.
President-elect Donald Trump said Carrier is "keeping 1,100 people" in jobs that won't be shifted to Mexico from a factory in Indianapolis.
President Obama handed out Presidential Medals of Freedom on Tuesday, to a glittering class of recipients that included actors and athletes, rock stars and business pioneers.
While plenty of Americans gathered Thursday for a Thanksgiving that meant family and football, hundreds of protesters gathered in several sites to rally against the Dakota Access Pipeline.