A new audit of the city's real estate acquisitions and holdings shows that although the bulk of the properties taken for tax delinquency are in predominantly Black neighborhoods, most saw more properties resold
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pausing to observe Holy Week amid war and policy struggles, President Barack Obama said last week that the agony of Jesus Christ through death and resurrection puts mere political struggle "in perspective."
According to findings by a national policy institute for race and economic justice, racial tensions in America undergird the debate over national health reform
Blacks in Washington, D.C. are barely in the majority, according to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau figures
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The nation's economic upheaval has been especially hard on young people trying to start their working lives with a high school education or less
The beginning of the month may have felt like April Fool's Day to a significant segment of America's labor population. That's when reports started pouring in about the new jobless rate and rise in job creation
President Barack Obama headed west to sell his big picture deficit-reduction plan. But many people are waiting for a quick fix to their own economic problems caused chiefly by persistent unemployment and the crippled housing market.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- A former Rutgers University freshman was indicted Wednesday on a hate crime charge after allegedly using a webcam to spy on a same-sex encounter involving his roommate
NEW YORK (AP) -- For years, teenagers across the U.S. could call a toll-free hotline if they had embarrassing questions about AIDS and safe sex. Dial the same number now and you get a recording of giggling women offering to talk dirty to you