Tomorrow our nation celebrates our independence from tyranny and oppression. In our humble beginnings, our great nation sought freedom from intolerance and our... Read More
The Supreme Court issued three major decisions today, but Justice Scalia’s concurrence in the case on patenting genetic material, Association for Molecular... Read More
Remember a few months back when Virginia introduced the “Right to Know and See Act”? Gov. Bob McDonnell proposed a mandate that women seeking abortions should be... Read More
So, the availability of pregnancy prevention pill Plan B to girls and women is actually about easing the fears of predators and rapists? Rapists, who by... Read More
As more information becomes known about Edward Snowden and the NSA information he leaked to the Guardian, the national conversation on domestic surveillance has reached... Read More
Yesterday the first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama spoke at a democratic party fundraiser in a private residence in Washington. During her speech about... Read More
Is this excessive force?
If you were a resident of this neighborhood would this make you feel protected or terrorized? This video filmed on May 13 in a Harlem subway... Read More
I feel as if I’ve had to explain #TheBlackRule more in the past year than I’ve had to my entire life.
I’m almost positive I’ve even explained it... Read More
What should you do if you’re a news organization covering an ongoing controversial murder case where the defense makes a website full of material that might poison... Read More
On Sunday May 19, Mark Carson was walking with a friend in NYC’s West Village, not too far from the site of the historic Stone Wall Inn, when Elliot Morales called... Read More