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Howard University on Sunday honored Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson of Radio One, Inc., the largest Black-owned multi-media company in the country, at the unveiling of the Cathy Hughes School of Communications.
Indiana officials claim an organization conducting a Black voter registration drive engaged in voter fraud.
Rep. James Clyburn and Rep. G.K. Butterfield want Clinton to dip into a portion of her war chest and use it to increase voter turnout.
Quietly, over the last few weeks, the New York team of agents and prosecutors in the Eric Garner case have been replaced by civil rights lawyers from Washington, who think that charges should be brought against the officer who placed the late Garner in a chokehold.
The United Nations, which made cholera endemic to Haiti after its peacekeeping forces introduced the disease to the country in 2010, now has a plan to pay individual Haitians or communities $400 million from a proposed fund. The organization continues to deny legal responsibility for the outbreak.
One of the cheapest plans that falls under Obamacare increased by 25 percent.
We all get into that afternoon slump. After lunch or somewhere around 3 p.m., your eyes start to get low and time starts to move slower and slower. But there are ways to avoid that and still finish the work day stronger than ever.
President Obama says concern about a Trump presidency drives the first lady to campaign hard. Fundamental human decency is at stake in this election.
The energy industry is experiencing a major boom in job growth that may prove beneficial for African-Americans seeking employment.
The Beaumont Bulls youth football team in Texas saw the remainder of their season canceled because they chose to kneel during the National Anthem.
TV One's hit crime show, Justice By Any Means, returns tonight with an all-new season and Malik Yoba as host.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants to settle several long-standing civil rights claims against the city over several notorious episodes of police violence in the days after Hurricane Katrina 11 years ago.