Black Male Educator From Ohio Named 2022 National Teacher of the Year
The Oberlin, Ohio, history teacher Kurt Russel has been in the classroom for 25 years and has brought his life experiences with him.
First Lady Jill Biden Expresses Disappointment Free Community College Won’t Happen With Build Back Better
The first lady expressed sadness that a pathway to educate more Americans seems to be off the table over political infighting.
Black America Votes: Live Updates From The 2020 Democratic National Convention
Covering all things Black from the virtual convention.
Five Things Black People Should Know About Dr. Jill Biden
Learn a little more about the other "Jilly from Philly."
Widow of Beau Biden Begins Romantic Relationship With His Brother With Approval From the Former VP and Incites Wild Debate on Twitter
Should Hallie Biden's new love be scrutinized by the public?
The Obamas' Christmas Playlist Is Peak Blackness
The first family and the Bidens released Spotify playlists.
Obama Grieves Passing of Beau Biden
"[He] lived a life that was full; a life that mattered."
Obama Welcomes African Leaders for Unusual Dinner
A one-of-a-kind affair put on for a one-of-a-kind gathering.
First Lady Expands Effort to End Vet Homelessness
Leaders pledge to end vet homelessness by end of 2015.
Obama Leads Country in Celebrating Memorial Day
President honors vets at Arlington Cemetery, Afghanistan.