Millions of jobs and billions of dollars — mostly tax dollars — have been lost in the name of addressing the "ghost" that is the global warming issue.
Considering our penchant for sound bites, 140-character chirps, and listening to great speeches, but not analyzing them and taking appropriate action, communication among Black folks has largely been reduced to little more than noise. And it’s getting worse.
From D.C. and Baltimore to Chicago, St. Louis and Washington, murder rates, after years of decline, have experienced a precipitous rise. And as one would expect, the finger-pointing has already begun.
Pity the poor elected official.
Across the country, parents have been in revolt against high-stakes standardized testing, with kids tested over and over again while creativity is cut out of classroom curricula.
The American Heart Association plainly states that those who know how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, will most likely end up saving the life of someone they love.
The world lost a hero, the AIDS community lost a leader, the Black AIDS community lost a giant, and many of us lost a mentor, a father figure and a friend with the passing of Dr. Beny Primm.
Bye, bye, Biden.
As the cost of higher education has risen, students and their families have increasingly turned to student loans to cover costs.
When you die, what will you leave behind: bills or benefits?
In some respects the recent Republican Congressional overreach—trying to crucify former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton over the tragic Sept. 11, 2012 attacks on a U.S. CIA compound in Benghazi Libya—may have in fact guaranteed ...
In contrast to the more entertaining Republican presidential candidate debates, the first Democratic presidential candidate debate was more absorbing.
The National Urban League uses its position as one of the country's oldest and most respected civil rights organizations to advocate for policies that benefit underserved communities.
It has been both interesting and unsettling to watch the attacks from the political right on the Black Lives Matter movement and the larger movement for Black lives.
We must go forward in our multiracial, multicultural nation and world and not slide backwards toward the dark legacies of slavery, Native American genocide, and exclusion of women and non-propertied men of all races from our electoral process by our ...