Monday night, Jarrett Hill detected plagiarism in Melania Trump's RNC speech. Thanks to social media, an hour later, millions knew about it.
The Honorable Nathaniel R. Jones was recently selected as the 2016 NAACP
Spingarn Medal recipient. He is the 101st recipient of the medal.
Patti Woods's new book "Snap" explores the ins and outs of walking in the door to meet with Mr. Prospect and assessing that first impression.
Distraction comes in all forms and sizes and everybody has to deal with distraction from time to time. But
freelancing professionals and solo entrepreneurs are the most
susceptible. Learn to keep distraction at bay.
Last Thursday, fans of Ayana Mathis's new book The Twelve Tribes of Hattie were treated to a reading and an appearance from the author herself.
Searching for medical advice online can't replace a visit to a doctor, but there are ways to weed through the online
clutter and get reliable info.
On Feb. 2, a
coterie of friends, associates and performers will assemble at the Schomburg Center
to pay tribute to acclaimed musician Olu Dara.
Each year, the cost of healthcare rises. Luckily, there are ways to spend less on healthcare. Here are five of our favorites.
Last month, the New York City Mission Society held its annual fundraising gala at The Pierre on 5th Avenue.
On December 30, the magnificent Alvin Ailey City Center season closed. The month-long event was marked by new productions and audience
Learn how to say 'no' at the right time and under the right circumstances. It can actually be good for you.
Staying healthy well beyond your retirement years is one of life's greatest blessings. Here are some tips to help you age gracefully.