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New Yorkers talk about the president's progress.
President's Weekly Address: America Stands With Boston
President Obama speaks about the act of terror at the Boston Marathon that wounded dozens and killed three innocent people
Undocumented and Undaunted - An Immigrants' Story Pt. 2
Amid the debate over immigration reform, the voice of Black immigrants have been silent, until now
President's Weekly Address: Time to Have a Balanced Approach to Deficit Reduction
The president says Congress must do more to stop cuts to vital services for the American people.
President Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner
President Obama cracks jokes at Washington's annual 'nerd prom,' the White House Correspondents' dinner.
CBC Wants to Ease Expensive Calls to Prison
Black lawmakers want the FCC to look into the sky high phone rates for calls to prison.
Obama Taps New Transportation Secretary
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx is named to head the Department of Transportation.
Harlem Youth Take Charge of Their Community
Get Connected Youth Conference brought hundreds of young folks to Harlem to participate in educational workshops and entertainment.
Obama Takes Reporters' Questions
The president addresses the Boston bombing, the sequester and his presidential record.
Former CBC Chair Tapped as Agency Head
President Obama nominates Congressman Mel Watt to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Obama Nominee Adds Needed Diversity
The announcement of Mayor Anthony Foxx as Treasury secretary may hush criticism about Obama's cabinet diversity.
How's Obama Doing in His Second Term?
New Yorkers weigh in on Obama and the next four years after the first 100 days of his second term.
African-Americans Flex Voting Muscle
New research finds that the voting rate for Blacks outpaced that for Whites.
President's Weekly Address: Fixing Our Immigration System
President Obama discusses a recent Senate bill that take commonsense steps towards fixing our broken immigration system.
Cleveland Dishwasher Becomes National Hero
Charles Ramsey lent a helping hand and landed in the national spotlight.
Five Barriers to Mental Health Treatment
From stigma to lack of awareness, many factors prevent African-Americans from taking charge of their mental health.
Should Affirmative Action End?
New Yorkers give their perspectives on affirmative action. Should it end or is it still necessary?
Floyd Mayweather Breaks Down Life After Boxing
Floyd Mayweather talks about fatherhood and life after boxing.
Justin's Journey to Mental Health
So many African-Americans avoid psychiatric treatment, but one man took action and is better for it.
Justice and the Central Park Five
Filmmaker Ken Burns and wrongfully accused defendant Yusef Salaam discuss the Central Park jogger rape case.
President's Weekly Address: Housing and Homeownership
Obama urges Congress to give all responsible homeowners the chance to refinance and save money on their mortgages.
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