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1 Student Shot to Death Outside SC State Dorm
Officials at South Carolina State University say a student has been injured in a shooting at an on-...


Civil Rights Sit-In Pioneer Franklin McCain Dies
Franklin McCain, who helped ignite an important part of the civil rights movements, is dead....


Throwback Thursday With Asst. Democratic Leader Jim Clyburn
The love story of James and Emily Clyburn....


Charlotte, North Carolina, Mayor Resigns; Accused of Taking Bribes
Mayor Patrick Cannon is accused of accepting more than $48,000 in bribes from undercover FBI agents...


USCarolina in danger of losing lone black trustee
USCarolina in danger of losing lone black trustee...


Alvin Greene, Unknown Senate Candidate, in SC Faces Felony Charge
San Francisco D.A. Kamala Harris wins Democratic primary....


This Day in Black History: July 22, 1903
Francis Lewis Cardozo, the first Black person elected to a statewide position, died in Washington, ...


Can HBCUs Be Saved?
George Cooper, head of the White House HBCU initiative, discusses the state of Black colleges and u...


Obesity Very High in 13 States, Mainly in The South
A national telephone survey found 13 states with very high rates of obesity last year. Overall, the...


A Florida Minister Takes On Hazing
Reverend Dr. R.B. Holmes Jr. tells BET.com hazing isn’t just a “Black problem” and people need to k...


This Day in Black History: Dec. 28, 1853
Teacher, minister, author and civil rights leader Thomas McCants Stewart was born on Dec. 28, 1853 ...


All Eyes Turn to South Carolina and a Possible Third Win for Mitt Romney
President Obama will have to work hard to beat Mitt Romney in 2012....


Supreme Court Voting Rights Review Creates Concern
Black elected officials and others express concern about the Supreme Court's decision to review par...


Are Republican Governors Pushing Back on Medicaid Expansion?
Under the Affordable Care Act, the new eligibility rules will cover people 64 and under who are liv...


The Budget Fight Hits Home for North Carolina Lawmaker
State and local lawmakers are trying figure out how to do more with fewer resources and greater num...


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...


Minorities Ride GOP Wave to Historic Victories
Minorities Ride GOP Wave to Historic Victories...


15 People Hurt as Storms Tear Through Miss., La.
YAZOO CITY, Miss. – Clarence Taylor slipped on a pair of gloves Tuesday and went to work clea...


NCAA Tournament Third Round Recap
Louisville, Kansas, Wichita State, Indiana and other teams win third round games in the Men's NCAA ...


Op-Ed | Nuclear Energy: An Economic Lifeline for Local Communities
Nuclear Energy: An economic lifeline for local communities....

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