For the image of the Black Caucus to be maintained, before they host any festive events celebrating the 43rd ALC, Black American leaders should use the gathering to pay homage to Detroit and analytically discuss its downfall.
The DC Opens Doors program is designed to help as many people as possible get the mortgage financing and down payment assistance they need to help make homeownership affordable in Washington, D.C.
A new report purports that economic recovery needs a different perspective: one that views the creation of a strong middle class as the solution and not the by-product of strong economic growth.
Fifty years after the March on Washington, the sole surviving speaker from that day is Democratic Rep. John Lewis of Georgia. Lewis is at once a prominent part of the past, but now, possibly part of Black peoples' problems.
The Bartech Group, Inc. (Bartech), a leader in global workforce management and staffing solutions, proudly announces the win of Phillips 66’s agreement for Managed Service Provider/Vendor Management Solution as of July 2013.
In the aftermath of more than 2.5 million foreclosures, the Federal Housing Administration is now offering a homeownership program that will put previously troubled borrowers on a fast-tracked return to the home ownership market.
Pepco announced Wednesday the promotion of Donna M. Cooper to Pepco Region president.
In a recent report to Congress, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System shared the progress accomplished in lowering the nation's credit card debt.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus inherited a simple mission: stop inflaming racism and expand the voter base beyond White, male America. Like so many Republicans before him, Priebus repeatedly gets in his own way in his attempts to appeal ...
In the midst of varying proposals for housing reform, civil rights leaders are publicly calling for lawmakers to keep mortgage lending affordable and accessible.
Unfortunately, many of the issues that gave rise to the March on Washington 50 years ago remain unfulfilled or under siege today.
The digital revolution in the U.S. was growing 38 years ago.
Wells Fargo today announced that My Retirement PlanSM, an online savings tool, is now available to the general public on wellsfargo.com.
The whole idea and discussion of wage legislation is politics run amok.
More than a third of American families rent, and almost two-thirds of those families don’t carry renters insurance, according to a recent Rent.com survey.