When it comes to improving health care for Americans lawmakers should heed the advice of the nation’s doctors.
It was just a matter of time before the White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, resigned. He was the spokesman for an administration that has difficulty telling the truth, which made him the target of fierce criticism and humor.
Two individuals, who otherwise have little in common, shared a moment of empathy that few people can understand.
WCCO-TV reports that Valerie Castile and Don Damond, whose loved ones died in separate Minnesota police shootings, met Thursday night outside Damond’s Minneapolis home before a rally for his fiance.
The leader of a White nationalist group pleaded guilty Wednesday to disorderly conduct after being accused of harassing a Black female protester during a rally for Donald Trump in Louisville, Kentucky, the Courier-Journal reports.
Matthew Heimbach, who is chairman of the pro-White Traditionalist Worker Party, previously said he had “no regrets” about his actions at the March rally.
On Saturday, President Donald J. Trump was scheduled to participate in the commissioning of the USS Gerald Ford, the US Navy’s newest aircraft carrier. It’s an occasion to remember President Ford, who was a complicated president, one who tried to…
In the spring of 1991, one man holding a small Sony camcorder captured video that seemed to prove exactly what African Americans had been protesting throughout the 20th century.
I have an idea for President Trump: create a Black kitchen cabinet or a Black cabinet to advise him on issues that are of concern to the Black community. This idea came to mind when I was researching senior staff…
President Trump’s effort to strong-arm Senate Republicans into repealing Obamacare has not been subtle. But it’s not likely to succeed.
This is part seven of my series entitled “End Philly’s Jim Crow Hiring and Business.” But unlike past columns, this one’s about blaming Blacks for financing racism. We go to stores and give our hard-earned money away to white folks…
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh’s August Wilson Center for African American Culture has hired a new CEO and president to run the nonprofit as it recovers financially from near foreclosure.
Janis Burley Wilson was named Thursday as the center’s new leader. She’s not related to the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.
SOUTHPORT, England (AP) _ Maybe everyone has had it all wrong about
The renaming of Vardaman Hall by Ole Miss is a good move.