Okonjo-Iweala First Woman & African to Head WTO

Nigerian economist Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is shattering global glass ceilings. Okonjo-Iweala has been named to head the World Trade Organization (WTO),...

Brandon Marshall Signs Extension and Pledges $1M to Fight Mental Health

Chicago Bears wide received Brandon Marshall has signed a $30 million contract extension with the Chicago Bears. Marshall, who says he...

‘Nas: Time is Illmatic’ Documentary Explores Tragedy and Triumph

Nas: Time is Illmatic is a feature documentary that chronicles the preconditions and circumstances leading up to the making of the...

Barbados: Govt Introducing Renewable Energy Legislation

Caribbean 360 is reporting that the Barbados government will soon introduce legislation to facilitate renewable energy generation on the island. The...

U.S.: Blacks More Likely to Get Less Sleep

Studies on sleep have shown how important it is to get a good night's sleep. Those who sleep for a shorter...

South Sudan: Thousands Flee As Govt Troops Try to Capture Bor

BBC News is reporting that thousands of people are fleeing the South Sudanese city of Bentiu amid fears of a government...

Hurricane Katrina: A Statistical Snapshot Eight Years Later

Mark Waller of Nola.com (The Times-Picayune) is reporting on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans eight years after the...

Don Sterling: Economic Response by Fans Needed to Combat Racism

The racist, reprehensible statements allegedly made by LA Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, are sparking outrage across America. The players wore generic...

China to Build New East African Railway

BBC News Africa is reporting that formal agreements for plans to build a new railway line in East Africa with Chinese...

African American Families: Balancing Business and Family

On a summer evening, Karen Tappin pulls up to collect her 6-year old daughter from a full day of African, tap,...

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