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Stories of the Dead and Injured in Boston Bombing
Martin Richard, Krystle Campbell and Lu Lingzi have been identified as the three people who were ki...


Transcript: Obama's Remarks at Service Honoring Boston Bombing Victims
With remarks at an interfaith service honoring Boston bombing victims and first responders, Preside...


Students Want Exam Delays Amid Brown, Garner Cases
Minority students at three prestigious law schools want to delay final exams because they've been b...


This Day in Black History: Nov. 2, 1983
A national holiday is declared in honor of Martin Luther King Jr....


Private colleges 'act local' with financial aid
Private colleges 'act local' with financial aid...


Att'y: Witness ID'd in Mass. Student's NY Shooting
Att'y: Witness ID'd in Mass. Student's NY Shooting...


Commentary: It's Time for Blacks to Go Green and Embrace Environmentalism
With a new Boston University study linking air pollution to illnesses among Black women, the Africa...


'Virtual Biopsy' May Detect Athletes' Brain Injury
CHICAGO – Football players with memory and behavior problems have no way of knowing for sure ...


Duerson Suicide Shines Harsh Light on NFL
Time will tell if Dave Duerson is remembered as the man who pushed the National Football League to ...


Clark Atlanta University to Teach Michael Jackson MBA Course
Michael Jackson: The Business of Music will explain his rise to success....


Child Abuse Linked to Asthma in Black Women
A history of physical and sexual abuse doubles one’s risk....


Debate Over Morning After Pill for 15-Year-Olds
Differing opinions come to head after the FDA’s decision about the morning after pill....


African-American Unemployment Rate Climbed in August
The African-American jobless rate climbed from 15.9 percent to 16.7 percent in August. The overall ...


Study: Duerson Had Brain Damage at Time of Suicide
Dave Duerson, a former NFL player who committed suicide in February, had "moderately advanced" brai...


This Day in Black History: Nov. 8, 1966
Edward W. Brooke is the first African-American elected to the U.S. Senate on Nov. 8, 1966....


Obesity in African-American Women Boosts Risk of Death
New study finds that black women with higher BMIs have a greater chance of dying and developing hea...


Black Newspaper in Boston Suspends Publication
Black newspaper in Boston suspends publication....


Economist Gives Obama’s Jobs Plan Mixed Review
Thomas Boston supports expiring Bush tax cuts but questions some tax breaks that reward small busin...


African Literary Pioneer, Chinua Achebe, Dies at 82
Pioneering Nigerian novelist and poet Chinua Achebe died at age 82, publisher Penguin Books announc...


This Day in Black History: Feb. 5, 1958
On Feb. 5, 1958, U.S. diplomat Clifton Wharton Sr. was confirmed as minster to Romania, becoming th...

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