Hollywood turned out for Yes We Can: Your Most Memorable Moments from the Obama Presidency, a video celebrating their memorable times during the Obama administration. From Jerry Seinfeld admitting that knocking on a window of the Oval Office to get the president’s attention was “probably the peak of my entire existence” to John Legend reflecting […]
A lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court in Alameda County, alleges that workers were ordered to use certain codes to identify Black customers at a Versace location in the San Francisco Bay Area.
President Obama called for a thorough probe into Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election hacking scandal that unveiled classified emails from top Democrats and Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff.
Astaggering number of youth spend a considerable amount of time indoors watching TV, chatting on their phones, texting, or playing video games. Though these activities may be enjoyable, many can adversely impact the overall health of our youth. So to help kids get outside, the founders of Urban American Outdoors TV created the Urban Kids Fishing […]
The Freedman's Bank was established in 1865 to help foment wealth-building for nearly four million newly freed slaves. It closed in 1874.
Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, has been the face of the $20 bill since 1928. 87 years later, a women’s group…
(HOUSTON) — There is a massive surge in children who arrive at America’s southern border without parents, and a local organization is calling for changes in…
via News92FM.Com As part of an Obama administration plan to confront homelessness, three Houston-area homeless programs will receive nearly $2.8 million in federal funding. On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development stated that more than $200 million will be allocated to some 700 new homeless programs nationwide. Read More
via News92Fm.Com A controversial new Texas law which requires voters to present personal identification before going to the polls, has been blocked by the Obama administration. On Monday, the Justice Department sent a letter to state officials, stating that the law could be seen as discriminatory against Hispanics and other minorities. Read More
Everyone is not happy with the $26 billion mortgage settlement deal, which will settle charges of mortgage fraud. Liberals say the deal offers too little relief and doesn’t cover enough people. While, conservatives say the deal unfairly rewards those who miss payments. CNN.com has the story.