SHOCKING NEW VIDEOS just released today in Woodland Hills alleged abuse cases (see both videos here)
Pittsburgh artist Jeghetto paints August Wilson mural for his hometown, with help from locals (7.15.17)
Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto issues proclamation to Midtown Towers heroes Ricco, Jason, and Ryan (6.16.2017)
This year, 2017, marks a milestone for the Alpha Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Ninety years…
The "United We Stand" rally is scheduled to take place Wednesday, August 23 outside the NFL headquarters.
SMALL BUSINESS STATUS REPORT While startup businesses are more likely to add jobs than older, more established companies, more than half struggle to get credit that will help them grow. That’s the finding of a report released last week by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which analyzed the results of a survey of […]
Twitter erupts in outrage over White high school students who wore a 'Make America Great Again' hat and T-shirt on the Howard University campus.
As reports have surfaced of the Trump administration’s intent to investigate affirmative action admissions in higher education, the debate over whether and how race should be considered in college admissions has emerged with renewed vigor. In the past four years, United States Supreme Court cases like Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action and Fisher […]
(BPT)—When it comes to health, perception is not always reality. This is especially true when considering how men care for themselves when faced with a health condition. In fact, while most men would say they are more focused on their health than they have been in the past, physicians report a different truth. This difference […]
Maria Anderson is off and running in her new position as director of national community programs for Highmark Health. The New Pittsburgh Courier was able to catch up with Anderson, an Allderdice High School and Duquesne University graduate, in between her hectic schedule, for a “Courier Q & A…” NPC: Please discuss some of the […]
The week of Aug. 23-29 August 23 1826—This is generally recognized as the day that the first Black person in America graduated from college. His name was Edward Jones and he received his BA degree from Amherst College in Massachusetts. Despite the general recognition, however, there is some evidence that the honor actually belongs to […]
JOHANNESBURG (AP) —Minutes after South African President Jacob Zuma narrowly escaped a no-confidence vote this week, he was singing and dancing outside parliament with a throng of supporters from his African National Congress party. That celebratory mood faded fast. Though Zuma survived the most serious attempt yet on his leadership, allegations of corruption and poor […]