PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A Northeast Philadelphia synagogue that bought a swim club accused of racial discrimination last year says it plans to use the property for recreation for its 2,000-plus members.
ATLANTA (AP) -- Board members entangled in a power struggle in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference say the civil rights organization's downtown Atlanta headquarters was invaded and vandalized by an activist who has sought to lead the group.
(NNPA) - In an ongoing effort to impact at-risk college students and youth that aspire to go to college, the Dallas County Community College District's African-American/Latino Male Initiative has held its MAN UP Conference 2010 at Cedar Valley Community College.
(NNPA) - The fall out over passage of an anti-immigration law in Arizona continued across the United States this week with people wondering is America being reduced to a nation "for Whites only?"
(NNPA) - Across the U.S., another group of Black students have earned their college degrees this month, and have progressed to the next stage in their lives. But they do so carrying the burden of greater debt than their White peers, according to a new study conducted by The College Board's Advocacy and Policy Center.
ROBERT, La. (AP) -- Scientists found huge plumes of oil lurking under the surface of the water in the Gulf of Mexico, as BP hit a snag in its latest effort to slow down the oil blasting out of a broken undersea pipe.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Gulf of Mexico oil spill hasn't stained President Barack Obama nor dimmed the public's desire for offshore energy drilling, according to a new Associated Press-GfK Poll.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Resounding majorities of Hispanics consider illegal immigrants a boon rather than a burden to the United States country and condemn Arizona's strict new law targeting undocumented people, according to an Associated Press-Univision Poll that spotlights sharp divides between Hispanics and others in the U.S.