Rose should stay in the Garden

I am writing this letter, supporting point guard Derrick Rose continuing to play in the Garden.

Social media destroying intellect and work ethic

Retweet. Comment. Like. Snap. Direct message. Twitter. Facebook. Snapchat. Instagram. The world has certainly changed over the past 10 years, and social media has played a massive role in the transformation.

Does the law work differently for the Trump administration?

As a Black man who has no formal education and training in the field of law, I understand that America operates by the rule of law.

Original sin: The meaning of treason

Whispers of treason have become bold accusations as the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election turns from simmer to boil.

Make America Great Again—Trump Must Go! #25

President Trump may be temporarily exasperated in his plan to demolish his predecessor’s legacy, but he is no less dangerous and will certainly look for other ways to continue his mission of destruction.

Our health is in danger

Our health is in danger.

Fact or fiction—The media

“Fake news” or honest reporting?

Health care repeal turns back the clock to a time of no rights

The health care repeal that Republicans are pushing through Congress is a direct attack on the lives of Black people throughout the country.

Media illiteracy on purpose

There once was a time when most educated people, of a certain age, made it a point to watch the evening news, read the daily newspaper or, as technology advanced, read publications online.

Make America Great Again—Trump Must Go! #24

Transparency, like the truth, is an alien word in the vocabulary of the Trump family, a point given fresh currency with Trump Jr.’s rush to publish his Russian-related emails in advance of media disclosure.

URBAN AGENDA: The Next Stop for Poor Subway Riders Should Not Be Rikers

By recently announcing that his office would no longer criminally prosecute most cases of turnstile jumping, Manhattan’s District Attorney Cyrus Vance acknowledged that laws can be enforced without sending people to Rikers Island or putting immigrants at risk of deportation.

Fifty years after the riots that shook America, has anything changed?

On the hot summer night on of July 12, 1967, two white policemen in Newark, New Jersey, arrested an African-American cabdriver named John Smith for "tailgating" and driving in the wrong direction. The police also accused Smith of physical assault ...

New health care bill the wrong choice for African-Americans

Baltimore, Md.—In 1954, Thurgood Marshall and a team of NAACP attorneys argued the landmark civil rights case, Brown v. Board of Education, before the Supreme Court.

American culture scores touchdown in Jerusalem

America’s export of football into Israel received an incredible boost this week after New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and an awe-inspiring group of NFL greats visited Israel to inaugurate a new sports complex in Jerusalem called the Kraft Family ...

Republicans are winning and Democrats have no plan or platform

Democrats can never win in America without the Black vote and a progressive platform.