Beyonce reportedly hoped her Coachella performance would inspire more students to enroll at HBCUs.
College students aren’t necessarily known as early risers, but on Tuesday morning Nia Page, a junior at Spelman College in Atlanta, made sure she was up well before 9 a.m.
That’s because her school was giving out tickets on a first-come first-serve basis beginning at 9:30 for an... Read more
His family was ready to greet him with wide open arms.
Amid a frenzy of cheers and celebratory chants, a happy Tiger Woods strode off the 18th green after securing his fifth Masters win on Sunday to share the moment with his smallest, but no doubt most ardent, supporters ― his two children.
Woods’ 10-year-old son, Charlie, ran into his father’s outstretched arms near... Read more
The “progressive prosecutor” wanted to transform how California responded to students missing school. Parents like Cheree Peoples wound up paying the price.
On the morning of April 18, 2013, in the Los Angeles suburb of Buena Park, a throng of photographers positioned themselves on a street curb and watched as two police officers entered a squat townhouse. Minutes later, their cameras... Read more
Previously the administration said it would be fine to leave some of the law in place.
The Trump administration on Monday adopted a more extreme position on a lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act: Instead of asking the federal courts to throw out just one part of the law, as it had done previously, now the administration wants the courts to throw out the entire thing.
Protections for people... Read more
“I’m still angry,” the former candidate for Georgia governor said of her narrow loss in November, speaking at an LGBTQ event in San Francisco.
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is still angry about her narrow election loss in November — but she’s channeling that anger into a new fight for voting rights.
“I was angry and I was sad... Read more