New York Times

As Blacks gain more wealth, they generally move to richer, Whiter neighborhoods, but a new report has debunked that idea.

Comedian Larry Wilmore caused a lot of controversy after using the “n-word” during his speech at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on Saturday night. Despite the negative backlash, the White House has come to his defense, saying President Obama “appreciated the spirit of Mr. Wilmore’s expressions on Saturday night.” White House Press Secretary Josh […]

In the February 2016, Trump earned $400 million worth of free media coverage. CNN Money reported Trump has only spent $10 million on television advertising during his bid for the nation’s highest office.

Charles M. Blow (pictured), a respected New York Times columnist posted a series of distressed tweets to his over 123, ooo Twitter followers on Saturday, explaining that…

Rev. Al Sharpton held a news conference on Wednesday to address allegations that he owes more than $4M in state and federal taxes. According to the…

The New York Times ran a story Sunday about some pretty remarkable changes to policing in Camden, New Jersey. The changes, led by community efforts and new…

Article By Sandra Olson:: EEW Magazine News (EEW Magazine) Mega pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes is the most influential African-American preacher of our time, as proven by…

Beyoncé at a Pepsi photo shoot in October. The images will appear early next year as life-size cardboard cutouts in stores. Talk about what a way to close out 2012 BIG!!!! Singer Beyoncé Knowles and Pepsi have agreed to a $50 million endorsement deal, according to the New York Times. The agreement includes promotional appearances, a […]

Now that President Barack Obama has won a second term, the stories are starting to merge about what was happening behind the scenes in the campaign. The New York Times has published a fascinating behind the scenes account of some crucial moments in the campaign. Including what happened to the President in that first debate?  […]

New York college student Nicholas K. Peart writes a disturbing yet familiar article in the New York Times about his experience with the police, entitled “Why Is the NYPD After Me?” RELATED: Black Males and Cops: Are We Living in a Police State Peart initially explains that even though his mother gave him an ominous […]