The 17-year-old Chicago native, who moved with her family into the White House in 2008 when her father first became president, is set to graduate high school this spring and is considering Barnard College and New York University.
According to a new poll by CNN and the Kaiser Family Foundation, 49 percent of Americans believe that racism is a “big problem.”
Sixteen people were shot in a hail of gunfire Sunday night at Bunny Friend Park in New Orleans. According to reports, multiple people began firing shots into a crowd of more than 300.
16-year-old Amandla Stenberg is launching a new comic book series called “NIOBE: She is Life;” a coming of age narrative about a woman of color.
Magic Johnson’s flamboyant and shameless son, reality TV star E.J. Johnson, is flossing his massive weight loss in a most glaring way. The New York…
NYU and Columbia University students spotted Malia Obama with sister Sasha and First Lady Michelle Obama (pictured) touring their campuses Friday. This begs the obvious question: Could one of the…
Attorney General Eric Holder expresses disappointment in the Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling in the Alabama voting rights case, Shelby County v. Holder, June 25, at the Justice Department in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) by George E. Curry WASHINGTON (NNPA) – The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, the part determining which states and political subdivisions are subject to the preclearance provision of the law, is likely to spark voting rights challenges around the nation, according to a study by New York University.