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This Day in Black History: Nov. 17, 1911
On Nov. 17, 1911, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was founded on the campus of Howard University in ...


Presidents at Colleges in D.C. and Baltimore Fired
The trustees at University of the District of Columbia and Baltimore City Community College both re...


DC Leaders Legalize Pot Despite Threats From Congress
The law took effect at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday....


Edward Brooke, First Black Popularly Elected Senator, Honored
Secretary of State John Kerry eulogized the late liberal Republican as "a man of consummate dignity...


This Day in Black History: April 23, 1872
Charlotte E. Ray became the first African-American woman admitted to practice law in Washington, D....


President of Medgar Evers College Will Step Down
William L. Pollard, the president of Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, will step down after a four-...


Obama Nominates Prominent Black Judge for Key Court
President Obama nominates Judge Robert L. Wilkins for U.S. Appeals Court....


Obama Taps African-American to Head Homeland Security
President Obama nominates former Pentagon lawyer Jeh Johnson to become the next secretary of Homela...


Race to Enroll Young and Healthy for New Insurance
Obamacare’s success heavily depends on young Americans....


Seeking Answers and Inspiration at the Working Families Summit
Lessons from the Working Families Summit will be applied back home....


Five Things To Know About Obamacare Premiums
Consumers are confused about premiums under Affordable Care Act....


Would D.C. Get More Respect If It Were Less Black and More Republican?
Washington is the nation’s political epicenter, but for many residents, who are predominately Afric...


Minorities Will Lose the Most if the Affordable Care Act Is Repealed
The Affordable Care Act will be reviewed by the Supreme Court in March. Experts and advocates say m...


Opinion: The Mess at Medgar Evers College
Opinion: The mess at Medgar Evers College....


Q&A: Dr. Joseph Richardson, Expert in HIV Risk Reduction
Dr. Joseph Richardson shares his expertise on reducing HIV rates among incarcerated Black males....


Pharmaceutical Firm Helps Black Women Fight Diabetes
Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation announces a $1.5 million grant divided among five groups to combat ...


UH is 1 of 2 Universities Eyeing an Obama Library
HONOLULU – Barack Obama hasn't even finished the second year of his first term in the White H...


Only 27 Percent Of Texans Hold College Degrees
WASHINGTON (AP) — A College Board study says Texas is one of the least highly-educated states...


Census Data: Weddings in 2009 at Record Low Level
Census Data: Weddings in 2009 at Record Low Level...


How Will Gay Ban Repeal Impact Military?
Analysts and activists wonder how the armed services and soldiers will be impacted by the historic ...

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