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Immigrants Are a Growing Share of U.S. Black Population
A growing number of foreign born Blacks are making up the African-American population, according to...


National Urban League Report Says Black America Is Still in Crisis
The annual report compares equality of whites, Blacks and Latinos....


Why 50 Cent Can’t Afford Another Lawsuit
New documents reveal Fif is losing millions from G-Unit, legal fees, and other expenses....


Bobby Shmurda $2 Million Bail Package Withdrawn
Rapper remains in jail after court rejects payment....


Income Loss for Blacks More Than Twice That of Whites
Though most Americans have lost household income since the end of the recession, once again, Blacks...


Obama's Buffett Rule Impact on Taxes, Jobs
Only around 210,000 taxpayers would face higher federal taxes if the measure were enacted, accordin...


Justices to Hear Challenge to Health Law Subsidies
The court will review a ruling that upheld IRS regulations that allow tax credits under the Afforda...


American Money: $250k a Year – Rich or Not Rich?
How much should you earn to be considered middle class? To be considered rich? Defining the middle ...


Your Money Is Your Business – Tracking Your Personal Financial Performance
To make sound financial decisions, you first need to know where your money is going every month and...


Glory Johnson Guns for $20K in Spousal Support From Brittney Griner
She is also requesting a $10,000 advance towards her attorney's fees....


Adults Get 11 Percent of Calories From Fast Food
Americans are eating less fast food than before, but Blacks and young people consume more than the ...


Applying for Health Insurance? Homework Involved
The health care market opens on Oct. 1. Are you ready?...


Soledad O’Brien on Finding Your Strengths and Landing That Dream Job
The award-winning journalist shares her get-ahead tips for new grads exclusively with B*Real....


U.S. Census: American Income is Decreasing and Poverty is Increasing
There were 46.2 million people in poverty in 2010, up from 43.6 million in 2009....


What's at Stake: Natasha Berry
Natasha Berry made the difficult choice to focus on her education instead of getting a job, even th...


Study: Income, Not Race, May Be the Biggest Predictor in Health Habits
Researchers have found that people who have less money are more likely to weigh more than people ho...


5 Americans: How Health Care Law Affects Them
CHICAGO (AP) -- A couple on Medicare got a rebate check to help with prescription drug costs. A Chi...


Commentary: Fighting Against the New Jim Crow
Dream Defenders analyze how mass incarceration affects Black and brown communities....


True Life: When the Unemployment Checks Stop Coming
The story of how one family is impacted by unemployment....


Black Segregation in U.S. Drops to Lowest in Century
Black segregation in U.S. drops to lowest point in at least 100 years....

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