New report, old results.
Malika Anderson takes on district’s critics; says her focus on children with needs that cannot wait.
Director shares thoughts about her inspiration and more!
Fighting crime with prayer.
My memories of Earth, Wind & Fire’s founder, Maurice White.
Aliya S. King doesn’t mind if her daughter curses around her. Rita Moore King is appalled. Whose side are you on?
The city of Cleveland is asking Tamir Rice’s estate to pay $500 for ambulance and medical services he received after being shot by a police officer.
With star center out indefinitely, is the Grizzlies season derailed?
“…(In) a city with so much promise, and so much history, we find ourselves now on the brink of birthing another generation of children who are completely out of their minds.”
Company’s president says the state made the decision to scrap the online testing of TNReady even though a server overload problem has been corrected.
“If you want to go far, you really have to learn from someone who's done it before you.”
The U.S. economy is improving, and African Americans have made inroads since the Great Recession, but there is more work to be done in pursuing racial equality.
The greatest basketball player that ever lived has become the signature symbol of losing on social media.
Williams not only sets an example on the tennis court, but off it, as well.
The normally routine motion to delay the vote illustrated how closely divided the House is on the measure. It received just 51 votes – two more than the minimum to be adopted.
School officials across the state forced to halt testing on the first day of TNReady rollout.
Death penalty on table in officer's slaying; Man shot to death was brother of slain girl; Off-duty officer shoots intruder.
A recent report on Mississippi’s program reveals the total disregard for the lives of black children when it comes to welfare policy.
“Honey, things are heating up at the White House!” That’s how Debbie Allen described Monday’s Black History Month event, which celebrated black women and dance.
What began as a celebration of Black History Month in Durham by wearing African head wraps, is now a protest over expression.