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1886 ----- One of the earliest known professional American blues singers and recording artists, Ma Rainey, nee Gertrude Pridgett, was born in Columbus, Ga.
By Frederick H. Lowe
Sibusiso Vilane, a South African mountain climber, has become a member of one of the world's most-exclusive clubs.
by Frederick H. Lowe
The Illinois Division of the American Cancer Society says it supports Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's proposal to raise the state’s cigarette sales tax because the higher price would reduce the number of smokers based on history.
African Americans are rarely cast in classic mainstream productions of Hollywood films or in Broadway plays.
Eight months before the 2012 presidential election, more independent voters are backing President Barack Obama over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitch Romney, the presumed presidential nominee of the Republican Party.
Statements violate electioneering rules for church non-profit status, complaint says
Americans United for Separation of Church and State has filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service, asking that the government agency investigate the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria, Ill., for illegal electioneering.
Americans United filed the complaint on April 19, charging that Peoria Bishop Daniel R.
The Opportunity Agenda and the Maynard Institute will host a free webinar beginning at 4 p.m. (EDT) on Thursday, May 3, regarding the news media's coverage of African-American men and boys.
American Express Co., the New York-based credit and charge-card issuer led by Kenneth I. Chenault, recently reported record first-quarter earnings and record first-quarter revenues for the three-month period ending March 31.
People magazine has named Beyoncé Knowles the most-beautiful woman of 2012, according to the publication, which is scheduled to hit the newsstands on Friday.