New York City
New York City Schools Plan To Expand Black Studies Curriculum
David C. Banks, New York City’s schools chancellor, said, “it’s “not just important for Black kids. It’s important for all.”
54th NAACP Image AwardsIcon Livin' with Angela Bassett
Angela Bassett's illustrious, multi-decade acting career includes numerous achievements, such as serving as an executive producer and being one of the highest-paid Black actresses on TV.
Black Mayors For NYC, L.A., Houston Say Public Safety, Homelessness Are Biggest Issues
‘It’s a moment for us,’ says Mayor Eric Adams about this historic time.
New York City Subway Shooter Frank James Pleads Guilty To Federal Terrorism Charges
Prosecutors want the judge to hand down a life sentence.
Prosecutors To Ask Judge For Long Prison Sentence Against NYC Subway Gunman Frank James
He’s expected to plead guilty to federal terrorism charges.
Now You Can Legally Buy Recreational Cannabis in New York
The first recreational dispensary opened in the East Village on Thursday (Dec. 29) at 4:20 p.m.
NYC Subway Shooter Frank James Says He Will Plead Guilty To Terrorism
He’s accused of carrying out one of the worst attacks on the city’s subway system.
America’s Four Largest Cities Will Be Led By Black Mayors
The historic achievement will occur when Rep. Karen Bass is sworn in as mayor Los Angeles
Accused NYC Subway Shooter Frank James Wants To Move His Federal Trial To Illinois
Government officials and biased media coverage tainted the jury pool, defense lawyers say.