Howard University is going to pay its students to graduate in four years.
Constantly checking Facebook to see what your friends are doing could lead to some serious depression.
She was the first person to ever contract Ebola in the United States, and now she's going to suing the hospital where she got infected.
Until the late 20th century, African-Americans found it difficult to have obituaries published in newspapers around the country.
The world's most famous commuter thought he was meeting friends for lunch Friday to close out a wild week in the spotlight.
Georgia's got a lock on black-owned businesses, according to a new report from NerdWallet.
MMSDC Names New President
The embattled police here are testing something no other department in America has tried, in an effort to prevent another potentially explosive incident in which an officer kills an unarmed civilian.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's receiving encouragement to run for president from an unlikely source --- Rev. Al Sharpton.
The most prolific contributor to Tuskegee University’s structural design and the namesake of its architecture and construction school will honored with the launch of a new U.S. postage stamp.
First, they came for the giant sodas. Then, the salt. Now ... the cheese dust?
As Republicans attempt to build more inroads with black voters, the Republican National Committee sought to highlight its progress on Wednesday, recognizing three newly elected black Republicans to Congress.
Before you start thinking about what you'd do with $485 million, let's get serious: You're not going to win.
While Baltimore area organizations, museums and other cultural institutions have detailed their various plans to celebrate Black History Month, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra certainly will not be outdone.
Stock car racing trailblazer Wendell Scott was among five legendary drivers enshrined into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina tonight during the Induction Ceremony held in the Crown Ball Room at the Charlotte Convention Center.