Rev. Al Sharpton was the keynote speaker at the First Baptist Church 150th anniversary.
The progressive organization notes that there are warning signs of problems already emerging in both battleground states, and the team of attorneys and advocates are dedicated to ensuring that every eligible voter can cast their ballot. Real-time reporting of problems ...
Activists from a wage-increase campaign group called Low Pay is Not OK, published a clip last week from a secretly recorded phone conversation between a McDonald's employee named Nancy and someone from the "McResources" employee help line.
The project’s aim is to elevate the profile of ACLU issues and cases by developing meaningful relationships with these creative artists on specific issues so they can use their voice and platforms to educate the public and advocate for change.
“The NAACP is staunchly opposed to “Stand Your Ground” laws,” said Hilary O. Shelton in his testimony. “They are applied in a racially biased manner, and the bottom line is, as we saw in Sanford, FL, that they make it ...
First Baptist Church will culminate its 150-year history on Sunday, October 27 at its 10 a.m. worship service.
"I told them I was not married and that's where everything just broke loose."
It’s not McDonald’s fault that you decided to have two kids without the benefit of being married. If you couldn’t afford to have children, why didn’t you abstain, take birth control, or get married and then have kids?
Last week his father, Bishop Lavern Pringle Sr., who was in the hospital for a check-up on another health issue, was thought to have a severe case of constipation. It turned out to be a malignant mass and he was ...
Almost two-thirds of Americans say they opposed the near shutdown of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to a new PPP poll commissioned by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).
Gov. McDonnell is seeking the resignations of NSU governing board members.
Hampton Mayor Molly Ward will be getting a new beginning for her career.
In addition to the $76 million in lost daily visitor spending, $450,000 in daily campground fees and boat rentals has also dried up, according to data compiled by a Park Service organization.
Newport News police are seeking the public's help in identifying a drowning victim found on Sept. 29, 2012 at Peterson’s Yacht Basin. Kayakers reported finding the body in the water adjacent to a marshy area.
The Black History Museum nd Cultural Center of Virginia (BHM) recently added to its leadership, a move meant to complement its “Bold Vision, Bright Future” campaign to renovate and relocate to the Leigh Street Armory.