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Justin Bieber Summoned to Argentina Over Photog Fight
Pop star has 60 days to return to South American country to face questioning in alleged bodyguard a...


T.I. Supports Raven-Symoné
The King of the South says actress makes an “incredible point” in not wanting to labeled "African-A...


The People's Choice: Sen. Tim Scott's Historic Swearing-In
Sen. Tim Scott is the first Black senator elected from the South since Reconstruction....


S.C. Exit Poll Stirs Controversy: Are Blacks Getting Too Uppity?
The poll asks whether blacks push too hard for equality....


Commentary: An American President Speaks Movingly About a Global Giant
President Obama skillfully captured the challenge facing a world coming to grips with the death of ...


In America, an Outpouring of Tributes for Nelson Mandela
Throughout the country, Nelson Mandela was hailed as a larger-than-life leader who was a role model...


Black Migration Is Now From North to South
Many African-Americans are now moving from northern cities to the south, saying there is a better q...


Museum to Be Built in South Carolina Where Slaves Entered US
A $75 million International African-American Museum will be constructed in the Charleston Harbor....


15th Annual American Black Film Festival Hits South Beach
Black movie makers are honored by peers at three-day event....


More African-Americans Are Heading South
Blacks are moving back to, or for first time into, the states of the former Confederacy that they a...


Comcast Tangled in Discrimination Suit
African-American employees of a Comcast facility on Chicago’s South Side are suing the company for ...


This Day in Black History: Nov. 7, 1972
Barbara Jordan and Andrew Young were elected to Congress on Nov. 7, 1972, becoming the first Blacks...


Are Human Rights Violations Behind the AIDS Epidemic in the South?
Denying people access can increase their risk for HIV....


Strokes More Common in South or “Stroke Belt”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that African-Americans, older people, Native A...


Mississippi Ranks Number One in Obesity
According to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the folks w...


Former South African Miners Sue Over Lung Disease
Hundreds of Black South African miners have banded together to bring a lawsuit against South Africa...


Commentary: Blacks Lose Political Power in the South
A new study finds that with Republicans in the saddle, Black Southern Democrats have lost power. Is...


Lawsuit Alleges South Carolina’s GOP Wants a "Whitewash"
African-American lawmakers claim the party is bleaching districts by packing Blacks into just a few...


Commentary: A South Carolina Debate Filled With Hypocrisy
The Republican candidates portray themselves as forces to unite people, but their language in the S...


African-American Food Pyramid Seeks to Change Habits
A nonprofit food and nutrition organization, Oldways, has adapted the concept of the food pyramid f...

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