ATLANTA – Higher rates of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and cancer can be significantly reduced in the African American community by decreasing obesity rates among...
HuffPost Black Voices reports that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is claiming success in the war on violent crime.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will declare Detroit in a financial emergency and recommend that a Washington, attorney become Detroit's emergency manager, a source close to...
The last hand in the "two thumbs up" film critic team, Roger Ebert, died Thursday, two days after revealing cancer returned to his body.
Miami police officer Reynaldo Goyos, a seven-year veteran, was fired last month for the fatal shooting of 28-year-old Travis McNeil of Overtown, who was unarmed....
Cynthia A. Roby, Miami - News In Black
PHILADELPHIA – There's nothing innocent or subtle about the cover for the March issue of Philadelphia Magazine, the 105-year-old publication that has tasked itself with...
Nia Ngina Meeks, Philadelphia - News In Black
WASHINGTON, D.C – A makeshift monument of colored balloons and wide-eyed stuffed animals mark the spot where 17-year-old Michael Washington took his last breath after...
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It seems North Carolina Republicans have realized that they cannot overrule federal law. Raw Story reports that the bill seeking to create a state religion...
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Reuters reports that a new ruling may make emergency contraception available to all women.
The Christian Post reports that North Korean Christians are looking to divine intervention to prevent a war.
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Indiana is taking NRA recommendations seriously and pushing for a bill that would require schools to have armed staffers, said The Huffington Post.
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Figures released by the Labor Department show that unemployment is improving, reports the AP.
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The late Roger Ebert may have been known for his often biting movie criticism, but the Grio says that he was also a big supporter...
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Working as a guidance counselor five years ago in Palm Beach County, Estella Pyfrom noticed that fewer students had access to a computer after school.
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