TRENTON, N.J. — The presidential contest in New Jersey doesn't look competitive, with Joe Biden leading Donald Trump by double digits, but a handful of the state's dozen House districts are shaping up as competitive.
Several posters have appeared in Philadelphia’s Center City, featuring black and white photography of Black and Latino people, with text:
Birds are the undisputed masters of aerodynamics.
ATLANTA — Delta Air Lines will turn down a federal loan through the CARES Act and instead take on debt backed by its SkyMiles frequent flier program.
Warm sun, soft white-sand beaches and cool cocktails are a draw at any time, but they’re especially tempting in the current travel climate.
LONDON — It's the September fashion week season, and in any other year London would be abuzz with fashionistas zipping across town in Mercedes Benzes, hobnobbing with celebrities at glittering catwalk shows before sipping champagne at late-night parties.
NEW YORK — Roving grown-ups tossing candy at kids waiting on lawns. Drive-thru Halloween haunts. Yard parties instead of block parties and parades. Wider paths through corn mazes.
Sunday night’s Emmy Awards were pretty diverse before they even happened — and then history was made.
About three quarters of the country’s movie theaters are open, but Americans are not going back in significant numbers in the COVID-era, even with new films coming into the marketplace weekly.
LOS ANGELES — Regina King and Uzo Aduba used the come-as-you-are fashion edict for Sunday’s virtual Emmy Awards to highlight the national struggle for social justice.
LOS ANGELES — Zendaya said her "heart was filled" when she saw her fellow nominees, including Jennifer Aniston, cheering on the "Euphoria" actress for becoming the youngest drama lead actress to win an Emmy.
For the gore-adverse Wunmi Mosaku, “Lovecraft Country” might seem a curious choice. But she’d already read most of the pilot script when the monstrous Shoggoths started ripping off appendages, and by then, she was hooked.
The Brother’s Network, a non-profit arts organization is showcasing The March on Washington Film Festival.
The Rev. William Brownlee Sr., senior pastor at the Emmanuel Christian Center, Inc. is leading a millennial movement aimed to exemplify the love and compassion of Christian beliefs through community restoration and repair, and spiritual guidance to help sustain one’s spirit and natural life.
This has been an incredible year, one that marked the beginning of a new decade and one we have never experienced. The coronavirus that has taken countless lives, George Floyd, along with other African Americans, has been brutally murdered and assaulted. Furthermore, we have a president who …
There is one sure way to get the devil’s attention I’m told and have experienced. Just begin to turn one’s life and attention to Christ. Some of you have a pastor or two refer to a person’s lifestyle as an open invitation for him to gain access to his or her world. Supposedly, as long as you…
JERUSALEM — Eating apples dipped in honey on Rosh Hashana is a Jewish tradition to symbolize a sweet start of the New Year. But in Israel, bitterness prevails on the eve of the holiday as the country faces a second nationwide lockdown to stem a raging coronavirus outbreak.
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ATHENS, Ga. — Ronnie Hogue, the first Black scholarship athlete on the Georgia Bulldogs men’s basketball team, died Friday, the school announced. He was 69.
Pamela Hutchinson, famed R&B singer with family group “The Emotions,” has died at the age of 61, according to a post on the band’s official Facebook page Sunday.
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday, Sept. 18, 2020 at her home in Washington. She was 87.
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BAMAKO, Mali — Mali’s former president Moussa Traore, who ruled the West Africa nation for more than 22 years, has died at age 83, according to his son Idrissa Traore. He did not give details on the cause of death.
Steve Carter, an award-winning playwright who explored the African American and Caribbean American experiences with incisiveness, humor and a willingness to wrestle with difficult themes, including hatred, revenge and forgiveness, died Tuesday in Tomball, Texas. He was 90.
Throughout Cedar Park in West Philadelphia, Algernong Allen III is known for creating memories in the neighborhood. A well-known developer, Allen owned Elena’s Soul Food Showcase Lounge and Cafe, which burned down in 2012.
Montgomery County native and singer Christian Brailsford has made the most of his return home after having to leave a shut Broadway due to the pandemic. He now performs weekly for his home church, Salem Baptist Church in Roslyn.
It was a tight primary race between Democrats for the 198th House District seat, and an even tighter finish.
A Montgomery County Community College graduate is headed into the Ivy League.
The group Abington for Peace Coalition organized a rally for racial justice recently at Crestmont Park in Willow Grove.
If you're trying to quit smoking, it could pay to acknowledge and accept your cravings rather than avoid them.
Black adults with hard-to-treat high blood pressure often don’t get the right medications or receive counseling about the use of healthy behaviors to lower blood pressure, according to a new study.
Not only are Michigan health officials dealing with the coronavirus, but they're also trying to contain the spread of a rare mosquito-borne disease.
Want to live a longer, healthier life? One way is to keep your blood pressure at optimal levels as you age -- preferably below 120 systolic (the top number) and 80 diastolic (the lower number).
If you choose not to have your child vaccinated, your pediatrician may refuse to treat your family.
A mother's depression and anxiety from conception through the first year of the baby's life is associated with negative developmental outcomes through adolescence, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
Poetry, prayer and lots of humor marked the packed celebration of renowned multimedia journalist Heshimu Jaramogi’s life at a memorial service Saturday at the Arch Street Friends Meeting House at 320 Arch St.
John DeHaven Manns, a former U.S. Navy veteran and security officer, died on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. He was 58.
- Rumored rally by white nationalist group draws local protesters to West Philadelphia
- Democrats praise voting triumphs in state Supreme Court, urge people to cast ballots
- Regional Recharge and Recovery task force focuses on minority businesses
- Fired, pro-Black Lives Matter officer sues to get job back
- School Board changes its mind; votes yes on Hilco refinery redevelopment tax break
- COVID-19 tanked the hotel business. Workers of color are feeling the biggest squeeze
- A plan for mixed-income development in North Philly suffers setback
- Wolf to veto school sports bill; override attempt expected
- Delaware schoolhouse may get rightful place in Black history
- ‘It’s been there forever’: African American Museum of Bucks County finds a home with its own rich history
- Court's decisions didn't end Pennsylvania voting law fight
- Lincoln University votes to reinstate Brenda Allen as its president
- Cheyney University boasts no COVID-19 cases
- Hospital accused of altering records wants case sealed
- Back In The Day: Hoarding doesn't have to be out of control
- Why passenger jets could soon be flying in formation
- Delta to turn down CARES Act loan, take on debt backed by SkyMiles
- Stellar deals at Caribbean and Mexican hotels and resorts
- End of the runway? Fashion world mulls post-COVID future
- Trick-or-What? Pandemic Halloween is a mixed bag all around
- First volume of Barack Obama's memoir coming Nov. 17
- Ginsburg's impact on women spanned age groups, backgrounds
- Trump pledges woman for court, pushes Senate to move on pick
- How Ginsburg's death could reshape the presidential campaign
- Stopgap bill to prevent shutdown held up over farm funding
- US bans WeChat, TikTok from app stores, threatens shutdowns
- Gulf between Trump and doctors on mask wearing gets wider
- Pennsylvania Democrats notch key election-related court wins
- CDC drops controversial testing advice that caused backlash
- Push is underway to test COVID-19 vaccines in diverse groups
- As many as 51% of all school employees are at increased risk of COVID-19, study finds
- 2 HBCU presidents joined COVID-19 vaccine trials to encourage participation, but past racist experiments haunt such efforts
- U.N. assembly approves pandemic resolution; U.S., Israel object
- COVID-19 danger continues to drive joblessness in US
- CDC study finds coronavirus rarely kills children, but minorities at higher risk
- This Black-owned business is bringing health care to the barber chair
- Empty malls are getting some surprising new tenants
- US billionaires' fortunes have skyrocketed $845 billion since March
- More than half of businesses that closed during the pandemic won't reopen
- Mortician fights for license, livelihood after virus scandal
- Apple takes on Peloton with Fitness+ service
- Why Johnson & Johnson and others are investing in this burgeoning Black-owned haircare company
- AT&T teams up with local organizations to promote economic empowerment
- Davis shows he has what it takes for biggest stage of career
- Deion Sanders set to become Jackson State's football coach
- Eagles hoping to jump-start season against Burrow's Bengals
- Goff tosses 3 TD passes to Higbee, Rams beat Eagles 37-19
- Daryl Bell: Ask the doctor about what's ailing the Eagles
- Antetokounmpo wins 2nd straight NBA MVP award
- Osaka says she's out of French Open with injured hamstring
- Black adults aren't getting right medications for trickiest cases of high blood pressure
- Michiganders urged to stay indoors as officials race to stop the spread of a dangerous mosquito-borne disease
- 7 steps that can lower your blood pressure as you age
- Some pediatricians refuse to treat kids if parents reject vaccines, study finds
- Depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy may harm childhood development, study finds
- Report: U.S. e-cigarette sales rose by nearly 300%
- Tips to Be Fit: Men can develop breast cancer, too
- Poor sleep linked to weight gain in 2-year smartphone sleep tracking study
- Outlook not improving for beleaguered US movie theaters
- Zendaya becomes youngest lead drama actress to win Emmy
- This 'Lovecraft Country' actor Is happy in her own skin
- Film festival commemorates March on Washington
- Actor Mason Reeves stays positive about the future
- DJ Jazzy Jeff talks 'Fresh Prince' reunion, mansion rental
- 'Antebellum' is a nightmare come true for writer Gerard Bush