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[Video] A Ohio Woman Finds Out Her Co-Worker is Her Biological Mom

For years, 38-year-old La-Sonya Mitchell-Clark of Youngstown, Ohio longed to meet her biological mother after learning of her adoption, according to ABC’s Good Morning America. So when the Ohio Department of Health released birth records last month for infants born between Jan. Show More Summary

Rep. Senator: Loretta Lynch Vote Coming in 2-3 Days

A high-ranking Republican believes that the Senate is likely to approve Loretta Lynch, the nation's next attorney general whose nomination has been delayed as Republicans jostle for political position, in the next few days.

Bobby Brown Tells Concert Attendees Bobbi Kristina is Awake

Bobby Brown told concert-goers in Dallas on Saturday that Bobbi Kristina Brown is awake. Three months ago, Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious, face down in her bathtub. Since then, she has been in a medically induced coma, up until Brown's announcement Saturday night.

Police, Officials Resign After Small Missouri Town Elects First Black Female Mayor

Most of the police force and several officials resigned after the small town of Parma, Missouri elected its first African American woman as mayor, reported KFVS. Tyrus Byrd, a former city clerk, was officially sworn in as mayor on Tuesday after beating incumbent Randall Ramsey. Show More Summary

Watch: 27-Year-Old Baltimore Man Dies From Spinal Injuries Received During ‘Brutal’ Arrest

A 27-year-old Baltimore, Md., man who was critically injured a week ago during a brutal arrest, has died from his injuries, family and a hospital spokeswoman told the Baltimore Sun on Sunday.

Women Brawling at Philly Clothing Store Goes Viral [VIDEO]

A dispute between several women at a popular clothing store in Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square mall on Friday erupted into a brawl that was recorded by other shoppers in videos that went viral, according to NBC Philadelphia.

Joan Smalls Is A Bombshell (Per Usual) And More Beauty Looks We Loved This Week

It's not hard to be impressed by a supermodel. Especially when said model is Joan Smalls. The Puerto Rican beauty took our breath away this week, as always, when she stepped out at Vanity Fair's 2015 Tribeca Film Festival party in New York City. Show More Summary

Chicago Schools Chief Takes Leave Amid Federal Probe of $20,000,000 Contract

Chicago Public Schools Chief Barbara Byrd-Bennett on Friday began a paid leave of absence amid a wide-ranging federal investigation of her inner circle of advisers and a $20.5 million no-bid contract to an education-consulting firm that once employed her, according to ABC 7.

Legendary Nas Travels Globe in Search of Hip-Hop

Credit: Courtesy of BOND/360 With the documentary Shake the Dust, executive producer Nas explores how Hip-hop has impacted youth around the globe. The film is directed by Adam Sjöberg--PRI

Amandla Stenberg: "Don't Cash Crop On My Cornrows"

16-year-old actress Amandla Stenberg of The Hunger Games deconstructs White Appropriation of Black Culture.

Book Trailer--Legions of Boom: Filipino American Mobile DJ Crews in the San Francisco Bay Area by Oliver Wang

'Armed with speakers, turntables, light systems, and records, Filipino American mobile DJ crews, such as Ultimate Creations, Spintronix, and Images Inc., rocked dance floors throughout the San Francisco Bay Area from the late 1970s through the mid-1990s. Show More Summary

7 Life Changes That Could Help Your Finances

At first, Brian Carter's move to South Carolina seemed like an extreme measure to take in order to fix his finances. After all, on the surface, he had a great life. He was living in sunny San Diego, married to his true love, and hadShow More Summary

When "The Guardian's" Gary Younge Lost All Credibility In His Analysis Of The "Alpha Donkey Fight" Between West And Dyson

DEAR GARY YOUNGE:You CLEARLY "do not KNOW" how the "Pettyfogging Propaganda Media" in America works.YOU THINK that the 'Americanized Negro" is more fearful of being murdered by THE POLICE - but clearly "The First 48 Hours" tv show is not syndicated in the UK as a means of enlightening you about WHO KILLS Black people most voraciously versus WHO MOTIVATES PROTESTS.


Dear Dr Boyce Watkins:Remember at the start of the 'Obama Administration' you told the world that a group of "We Are In The White House Negroes" called you into a conspiracy planning meeting to discuss HOW 'THE MENTHOLATED BLACK MEDIA PRESSGAGE' was going to SHILL FOR PRESIDENT OBAMA?You said "YOU REFUSED", because it violated YOUR INTEGRITY. Show More Summary

5 Leaders of the Harlem Renaissance

As the literary and artistic end of the Harlem Renaissance was picking up steam, a fiery immigrant from

Bessie Coleman

Bessie Coleman was the first African-American woman to earn a pilot's license. She earned a living performing aerial tricks and barnstorming.

11 Images Capture The Emotional Stages Of The Mother-Daughter Relationship

The bond between a mother and daughter changes over time, facing new challenges at every life stage. Whether your mother-daughter relationship is loving, fractured, fraught or all of the above, it's always going to be complex. Photographer...Show More Summary

These 3 Lawsuits Are Taking the Chicago Police Department To Task For Brutality

In the first trial of a Chicago police officer for a shooting death in 17 years, a judge on Monday cleared Chicago Police Detective Dante Servin of all charges related to his killing of a 22-year-old unarmed black woman, Rekia Boyd. Servin's...Show More Summary

Explaining "Working Poor" to My Privileged, Middle Class Children

For my privileged, perhaps overly comfortable children, something as trivial as our internet being down constitutes a crisis. When we do our "gratitude inventory" (aka, a way to get them to reflect and pray), they rattle off things as...Show More Summary

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