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Minorities, Young Americans Still Backing Obama
President Obama holds favorability ratings amongst three core groups despite dip in national rating...


AP Poll: Whites More Likely to OK Police Striking People
Whites in the United States approve of police officers hitting people in far greater numbers than b...


February 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
African-Americans account for more than half of new diagnoses each year....


Scientists: DNA Differences Between Gay, Straight Twins
Research suggests sexual orientation is on molecular level....


Poll: 4 out of 10 People Believe Race Relations Worsened Under Obama
The findings also addressed America’s outlook on voting rights, criminal justice and equal employme...


Black Teens More Likely to Be Tested for HIV
Yet testing remains low among sexually active youth....


New Washington Post /ABC News Poll Is Bad News for Democrats
President Obama's approval rating falls....


The Ups and Downs of Obamacare
Enrollment in health care plans is on the rise but will not meet projections....


Sour Grapes: John Sununu Targets Obama, "47 Percent"
Mitt Romney surrogate John Sununu is still bitter about Obama's win....


In Video, Romney Writes Off Obama Supporters as Freeloaders
In a leaked video, Mitt Romney says supporters of President Obama feel entitled to government care....


Obama's Back and Loaded for Romney
President Obama and Mitt Romney tangle in round 2 of the debates; Obama redeems himself....


Black and Latino Kids Drink More Sugary Juice Drinks
Black and Latino kids drink more sugary juice drinks. Meanwhile, soda consumption is going down, an...


Black Women Are More at Risk for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis is more common in the Black community than we once thought....


Black Unemployment Rose in January to 12.1 Percent
The Black unemployment rate for January rose to 12.1 percent and the overall unemployment rate fell...


Commentary: In Post-Mandela South Africa, Economic Challenges Loom
While Nelson Mandela ushered in an important era in post-apartheid South Africa, his successors hav...


In NYC Democratic Primary, de Blasio Wins First Place
Bill de Blasio was the first-place candidate in the race to succeed Michael Bloomberg but is waitin...


In NYC Mayoral Race, Bill de Blasio Rises With Stop-and-Frisk Criticism
Bill de Blasio's campaign for mayor has been boosted by his opposition to stop and frisk, something...


A Census First: Black Voter Turnout Passes Whites
Black voters turned out in historic numbers in 2012, giving President Obama the edge....


Charles Lollar Throws Hat into Maryland's Governor's Race
Black Republican Charles Lollar has formally launched a Maryland gubernatorial campaign with a push...


Commentary: Does Food Stamp Study Expose a Socioeconomic Double Standard?
Does the hype over a Yale University study on obesity and food stamps expose a socioeconomic double...

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