7 Takeaways From the CNN/New York Times Democratic Presidential Debate

Polls show that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is now a front-runner for the 2020 Democratic nomination. And on Tuesday night in Ohio, her 11 rivals acted like it.

Who Will Be Next to Lead Houston?

Eleven candidates have stepped up willing and ready to lead Houston into the future. All seem to agree that one of the top priorities to get the city on track is to fix the infrastructure, tackle the pay for firefighters ...

Rep. Elijah Cummings, key figure in Trump investigations, dies at 68

Rep. Elijah Cummings, a longtime Maryland Democrat and key figure leading investigations into President Donald Trump, has died at age 68, his office announced early Thursday morning.

Father and Son at Anaba Wines Open Contemporary Vintners House Tasting Room

Anaba Wines today announced it will welcome guests to its Vintners House, a new tasting destination in Sonoma's Carneros region, beginning this weekend, October 19. Comfortably elegant, Anaba Vintners House is a reflection of the founding Sweazey family's belief in ...

Hearing Examines Video That Wasn’t Disclosed In Terror Case

Surveillance video taken on the day that two Phoenix men left for suburban Dallas to attack a 2015 Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest shows them in religious clothing, one of the men with a handgun on his hip and both carrying ...

Children’s Museum of Houston raises nearly $1.1 million in spirit-lifting, Halloween-inspired gala

Halloween made an early arrival when the Children’s Museum of Houston transmogrified The Corinthian into “A Wicked Affair” gala on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019, and made a hair-raising near $1.1 million for the Museum.

Lil’ Keke, Cure for Paronoia, and NuFolk Rebel Alliance to Perform at Rally Against Fear Thursday Night

Free rally will bring musicians, elected and community leaders, advocates, and candidates together to show our strength and diversity the same evening the President tries to spread his hatred and further divide this country

Council Member Boykins Celebrates Expansion of Affordable Single-Family Homes

As a Council Member who spent his childhood living in an apartment, I truly appreciate the value of a single-family home.

Classes Canceled As Threat Of Chicago Teacher Strike Looms

Chicago‘s mayor announced on Wednesday that the city’s public schools will be shut down on Thursday, one day ahead of an expected teachers’ strike.

Intel To Pay $5M To Settle Pay Discrimination Allegations

The Labor Department says it has reached a $5 million settlement with chip maker Intel Corp. over allegations of pay discrimination against its female, African American and Hispanic employees.

DACAMERA presents Blue Note Records 80th Birthday Celebration, Nov. 2

DACAMERA of Houston continues its 2019–2020 jazz series with Blue Note Records 80th Birthday Celebration, an evening honoring the legendary jazz record label with performances by three outstanding artists on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. at the Wortham Theater ...

East Baton Rouge Parish/City of Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome Proclaims Registered Technology Apprenticeship Week

NexusLA and Louisiana Technology Park announce an event to honor the first cohort of apprentices in the Apprenti™ program on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 10:30 AM. East Baton Rouge Parish/City of Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome will attend ...

Eugene Bullard, the 1st Known African-American fighter Pilot, Now Has Statue at Museum of Aviation in Georgia

Eugene Bullard, who became known as the Black Swallow of Death, was the first African-American pilot to fly in combat. Bullard now has a statue in his honor, unveiled last week in Warner Robins, Georgia, at the Museum of Aviation ...

An Interactive Conversation Focused on Black Men and Vulnerability Kicks off National Tour

Last month, filmmaker Brian Ellison, anthropologist Marlon Hall, and sculptor Anthony Suber launched a series of conversations focused on the black male experience in contemporary society called "The Black Man Project." Curated by Hall, the dinner series features a moving ...

Representative Coleman on killing of Atatiana Jefferson

Today, October 15, 2019, Representative Garnet F. Coleman (D-Houston) joins Representative Nicole Collier (D-Ft. Worth) in calling for public policy to prevent more senseless killings like that of Atatiana Jefferson.