Connecticut legislators are considering making their state the first in New England to apologize for slavery and other racist po
With a redeveloped downtown, a busy port and renovated architectural treasures, this city has worked hard to shake its image as a struggling sister of San Francisco across the bay.
Down here in the Deep South, calls to bring back the hanging noose are coming from an unlikely source: a 62-year-old, black Republican mayoral candidate in Mississippi's largest city.
Despite new estimates that say President Barack Obama's budget would generate unsustainable large deficits averaging almost $1 trillion a year, the White House insisted Friday that the flood of red ink won't swamp its costly agenda.
AARP has long been seen as the domain of the aged. But its new CEO says the group's central issue of health care reform makes it an advocate for every age group.
Shawn Alexander can recognize the look immediately. It's one of surprise when a student enters his African-American studies class and finds, standing at the front, a white guy.
Desiree Rogers once made millionaires of a lucky few everyday people. Now she plans to give Americans dinner invitations to the White House.