If President Obama’s intention is to forge a legacy, one mainly based on
his foreign policy, he’s made several decisive steps toward that goal.
While Loretta Lynch’s confirmation as the next A.G. may
be in limbo, Eric Holder is reining in the abusive conduct of local police depts.
In 1949, Nancy Randolph Davis was the first African American to attend Oklahoma State University, a school that was originally segregated. She died at 88 on Monday.
Once more, the White House is at the center of mayhem and mishap.
Learn more about Elliot Spillers, the new president of the Student Government Association at the University of Alabama. The last African American SGA president at the campus was Cleo Thomas, who was elected nearly 40 years ago.
Having survived a repeal attack in 2012, ACA is threatened, again, with the King V.
Burwell lawsuit challenging the legality of subsidies.
Apple replaces AT&T as it prepares to become one of Dow's stock market indexes.
Apple has announced its watch event for March 9th.
In the waning days of Black History Month, NYPD Police Commissioner Bill
Bratton gave it renewed currency during his speech on Tues.
Last week, FLOTUS hosted a Black History Month event
and honored women leaders who contributed to the civil rights movement.