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Maya Angelou Forever Stamp Revealed by U.S. Postal Service
The stamp features a 4-foot-square oil-on-canvas hyper-realistic portrait of the literary icon....


Maya Angelou to Be Honored by USPS With a Forever Stamp
The U.S. Postal Service to produce stamps of the late icon....


Lil Wayne Sort of Denies Dating Instagram Model
A girl named Erika claimed he mailed her a diamond ring....


Commentary: Sportswriter’s Lobbying Gets Stamp for Wilt Chamberlain
‘Big Dipper’ becomes first NBA player to receive U.S. Postal Service honor....


This Day in Black History: April 7, 1940
Booker T. Washington is the first African-American to be honored on a U.S. stamp on April 7, 1940....


Students, Workers Lead Nationwide 'Hands Up' Walkouts
Washington University, Amherst College, Emory University, Stanford University and Yale University a...


U.S. Postal Service to Honor Rosa Parks
The civil rights icon will be celebrated with a Forever Stamp....


Postal Service to Cut Saturday Mail to Trim Costs
The U.S. Postal Service is cutting Saturday mail delivery beginning in August to save $2 billion....


John Lewis, Gabrielle Union Unveil March on Washington Stamp
Star of BET's Being Mary Jane Gabrielle Union and Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) attended the unveiling of...


Black Leaders Want Rep. Steve Scalise to Denounce Hate Groups From House Floor
Wade Henderson and Marc Morial sit down with Rep. Steve Scalise....


Postal Service Cutbacks to Affect Blacks
The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday that it will shut down 252 mail processing centers and cut...


U.S. Postal Service Announces New Kwanzaa Stamp
Holiday postage stamp is the fourth in a series....


Postal Service to Issue Emancipation Forever Stamp
The Postal Service will issue a stamp commemorating the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Ema...


This Day in Black History: Jan. 13, 1987
The U.S. Postal Service releases Martin Luther King Jr. stamp....


This Day in Black History: Feb. 5, 1958
On Feb. 5, 1958, U.S. diplomat Clifton Wharton Sr. was confirmed as minster to Romania, becoming th...


AP Source: Lance Armstrong Tells Winfrey He Doped
Lance Armstrong confessed to doping during an interview with Oprah Winfrey taped Monday....


IOC Strips Lance Armstrong of Olympic Bronze Medal
The International Olympic Committee hsa asked Lance Armstrong to return the bronze medal he won in ...


Transcript: 2014 State of the Union Address
In his 2014 State of the Union address, President Obama says the U.S. "is better-positioned for the...


Ebony/Jet Founder John H. Johnson Honored With U.S. Postal Stamp
Johnson appeared on the Forbes list of wealthiest Americans....


2 workers killed in Tenn. post office shooting
Two gunmen opened fire Monday at a post office in a rural West Tennessee town that was home to "Roo...

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