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Meek Mill Lashes Out at Wale
Philly rapper goes to war with MMG label mate, calls him a "cornball."...


Commentary: The Black Veteran Exemplifies Patriotism
What explains the Black vet's willingness to serve, fight and die for a country with such a difficu...


This Day in Black History: May 28, 1863
The 54th Massachusetts Infantry, the most famous African-American regiment, leaves Boston for comba...


Obama to Headline Civil Rights Summit in Texas
President Obama and other leaders to honor Lyndon B. Johnson's contributions....


Obama Orders Airstrikes in Syria for First Time
The president will also dispatch nearly 500 troops to Iraq....


Historical Society to Honor First Black Civil War Regiments
The Citizens for the Restoration of Historical La Mott in Pennsylvania will commemorate the 150th a...


Treach Releases "Tall Midget" Diss Record
The Naughty By Nature rapper slams former group member, Vin Rock....


UPDATE: Jackson Siblings Barred From Katherine Jackson's House
MJ's kids lawyer up against Janet, Jermaine and Randy....


Kerry Seeking Cease-fire, Aid for Syria
Secretary of State John Kerry is headed to Paris and Kuwait on Saturday to rally international supp...


A Liberian Rapper and a Singer Also Serve as Ambassadors
Takun J, the celebrated Hip Co artist, and Sweetz, the R&B singer, want the world to know about the...


The Civil War Still Divides Blacks and Whites
After 150 years, the Civil War means different things to different people in the United States -- t...


How a Black Man Became One the Civil War's First Heroes
William Tillman retook his ship from Confederate privateers....


Commentary: South Sudan, a Conflict That Should Concern All
Roughly 1,000 people have been killed and nearly 100,000 have been uprooted, numbers that should al...


Liberia Aims for Peace on 166th Independence Day
Liberia declared independence on July 26, 1847, making today it's 166th independence anniversary. C...


This Day in Black History: May 29, 1851
Abolitionist and women’s rights activist Sojourner Truth delivered her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech at...


Rebels in Ivory Coast Besiege Abidjan
Rebels fighting to install Ivory Coast's democratically elected president began besieging the main ...


Coming Home to Liberia: Charles Dorme Cooper and Chara Itoka Cooper
Talented Chara Itoka Cooper and Charles Dorme Cooper move back to Liberia, meet and marry, and cont...


Former Liberian President Taylor Found Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity
Charles G. Taylor, the former president of Liberia and onetime powerful warlord, was found guilty o...


Black SC Civil War Vet Honored with Grave Marker
CHARLESTON, S.C. – Almost 100 years after his death, a black Union Civil War vet from South C...


As GOP civil war rages, Democrats look to benefit
As GOP civil war rages | Democrats look to benefit...

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