Loretta Lynch and the nation are waiting — still.
Does bad theology turn good men bad, or do bad men create belief systems to accommodate their ambitions?
A coalition of minority business owners, and others with an interest in the issue, began a full-court press on members of the D.C. Council Tuesday morning.
D.C.'s summer youth employment program founded by Marion Barry will expand this summer to include residents as old as 24, the city announced Monday.
It's an encouraging sign that an increasing number of students are completing high school and then enrolling in college. But it's a bad thing when student bank accounts come with abusive overdraft fees and place their financial aid at risk.
What happened to the momentum that Blacks in the Washington area had that made them the wealthiest concentration of Blacks in the nation?
When we have a family member with special needs, we have an additional responsibility in planning for the future needs.
When an increasing number of Americans are striving to keep their financial houses in order, eliminating predatory lending is making news.
Racial inequality is not a topic mainstream Americans are readily willing to discuss.
Tehma Hallie Smith, Ronae Brock and Michelle Davenport have come up with a line of organic body and skin products that prides itself on being health conscious and environmentally friendly.
Despite pushback last year from residents and community leaders opposed to the creation of a "monopoly power company" in the D.C. region, the Chicago-based Exelon Corporation and Pepco Holdings recently moved forward on an agreement with Montgomery and Prince George's ...
With still more than a year before it opens, MGM National Harbor probably has local residents feeling as though they've hit the jackpot.
Prince George's County Council member Todd Turner (D-District 4) will host a business breakfast briefing this week to connect county officials with Bowie Business Innovation Center companies currently engaged in the creation of new businesses.
When it comes to financial services, many consumers are surprised by the range of fees attached to their transactions. From mortgages to checking accounts, credit cards and more, regulations for these products establish the ‘rules of the road ’for consumers ...
With multicultural consumer spending in the United States today at $3.4 trillion, this "super consumer" group has tremendous impact on U.S. mainstream culture, according to a Nielsen report released Thursday.