Gwen Ifill, the award-winning "PBS NewsHour" anchor and one of the nation's most prominent black journalists, died Monday after a monthslong battle with cancer. She was 61.
On the cold crisp morning of Nov. 8, 2016, Terry Garrett made her own personal history.
Eibreha Drayden is a 15-year-old ninth-grader studying dental assisting at York County School of Technology located in York, Pennsylvania. She shared on her Facebook page a video of white male classmates walking the hallways carrying a President-elect Donald Trump sign ...
Donald Trump's stunning victory over Hillary Clinton to win the presidency has left African-Americans stunned and many resigned to four years of uneasiness at best, torture at worst.
Local war veterans were honored Sunday during a prayer breakfast at the Springfield Baptist Church in Northwest to commemorate Veterans Day on Nov. 11 and to mark the start of the D.C. chapter of the National Association of Black American ...
In an unexpected turn of events, the NAACP recently approved an internal resolution calling for the end of expansion of all charter schools across the nation until said schools meet new criteria set forth by the organization.
Even as President-elect Donald Trump once promised to ban or severely restraining immigration from Muslim countries, Virginia and Maryland have begun blending Syrian refugees into their communities.
Election Day has great meaning for Donella Wilson, a 107-year-old Black woman born to parents who were slaves in Calhoun County, South Carolina. On Tuesday, Wilson will vote in a presidential election for the 13th time, using a new ID ...
Trump supporters are once again using social media in an attempt to disenfranchise minority voters.
After the world learned the suspect in the killing of two police officers in Iowa this week was a white man with a history of carrying around the Confederate flag and harassing African-Americans, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani and others have ...
NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal revealed in a recent interview that he's never worried about being pulled over by police because he's always respectful.
As Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continued to ratchet up rhetoric suggesting that the current election is rigged, countless political experts and research have repeatedly shown that voter fraud is virtually nonexistent and the candidate's claims are baseless.
If there's one person who knows exactly what Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is going through, it's Vincent Gray.
Nearly 90 percent of black voters plan to cast ballots for Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, according to the 2016 National Black Voter Poll.
Lawyers, scholars and those who lost loved ones due to gun violence shared their concerns during a Congressional briefing and a town hall on Tuesday in D.C.