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Black Economic Progress Improved Tremendously Under Obama, Cabinet Says
Administration outlines the steps they have taken to achieve improved lives for African-Americans....


Trial of Freddie Gray Van Driver Delayed by Appeals Court
A Maryland appeals court postponed the trial of a police van driver charged with second-degree murd...


Commentary: Why Infrastructure Is a Social Justice Issue
When you think of infrastructure, you probably think of roads, bridges, and highways — not social j...


Obama Says Budget Must Balance Economic, National Security
The president warns against "mindless austerity."...


60 Years Later: From Rosa Parks to Black Lives Matter
Keith Boykin discusses the changes between the past and present civil rights movements on the 60th ...


Sistahs on the Reading Edge Get Real About the Napa Valley Wine Train Incident
Book club members tell their story in first televised interview....


Understanding the Sexy Halloween Outfit
Why the freaks come out on Fright Night....


Rev. Yearwood Gives the Rundown on #ParisAgreement
Hip Hop Caucus reacts to historic climate change signing at COP 21....


Obama Pushes Transportation Money at Closed Bridge
President Obama announces private-public partnership plan to fund infrastructure projects....


Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand
Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice....


Brandy Holds Impromptu Subway Performance
She sang "Home" from The Wiz....


BET EXPERIENCE 2015 SURVEY SWEEPSTAKES
BET EXPERIENCE 2015 SURVEY SWEEPSTAKES Rules....


National Urban League Reports on a Black America in Crisis
The annual State of Black America report gauges African-American progress in key areas....


In Liberia, Ebola Is a Strain on All Facets of Life
The dreaded Ebola virus that has infected three West African nations has created a sense of panic a...


10 Dead, Dozens Injured Amid New Kenya Terror Alerts
Two bomb explosions in Nairobi, Kenya killed 10 people and wounded 70 on May 16, triggering terror ...


White House to Extend Detroit a Helping Hand
The city of Detroit will receive a $300 million aid package....


Chicago Rescinds Law for Gun Owners to Register Weapons
The Chicago City Council voted to rescind the requirement for gun owners to register their weapons ...


Understanding the Female Face of the HIV Epidemic
New amFAR brief addresses how women are impacted by the virus....


Anthony Foxx Gets Bipartisan Welcome
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx sails through transportation secretary nomination hearing....


This Day in Black History: Dec. 5, 1955
The Montgomery Bus boycott began on Dec. 5, 1955, setting the stage for desegregation in public tra...

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