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Eric Garner’s Family Plans $75 Million Suit Against New York City
Eric Garner’s widow, Esaw Snipes, their six children and his mother, Gwen Carr, filed a claim on Oc...


NY Man Wants Feds to Prosecute Police Beating Case
Kyle Howell, 21, believes that Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice does not believe he wa...


NYPD Investigates Bomb Scare at Jay Z's 40/40 Club
Hoax brings authorities Jay Z's flagship sports bar, suspicious item determined not to be an explos...


50 Cent to Help Raise Awareness for Homeless LGBT Youth
Rapper will perform at Cyndi Lauper's fourth annual Home for the Holidays benefit concert....


L'Oreal Acquires Carol's Daughter to Expand Multi-cultural Beauty Offerings
Carol's Daughter will continue to be headquartered in New York City....


UPDATE: Alek Wek's Niece Found in NYC Hospital
Model Ataui Deng had been missing for two weeks....


Olympic Fencer Kamara James Dies at 29
The young athlete suffered a long battle with schizophrenia....


Michael Strahan Reportedly Dating Kim Kardashian Lookalike
Morning show host back in action after Nicole Murphy split....


This Day in Black History: Sept. 14, 1973
Rapper Nas was born on Sept. 14, 1973....


New York City Eager to See Who the Next School Leader Will Be
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio is expected to name a new chancellor in the nation’s largest school syst...


Missy Elliott ‘Works It’ for H&M 70 Pounds Lighter
Rapper talks about new weight loss routine....


Carmelo Anthony Officially Re-Signs With Knicks
All-Star forward stays in New York, signing a reported five-year, $129 million deal....


Los Angeles, New York and Chicago Finalists to Host 2015 NFL Draft
Can LA or Chi-Town steal coveted event away from Big Apple?...


Governor Cuomo Endorses Rep. Rangel in NY Primary
Rep. Charles Rangel wins key endorsements in tight race....


This Day in Black History: May 22, 1967
Poet, playwright and columnist Langston Hughes died in New York City....


This Day in Black History: July 28, 1917
A coalition of Black civic and religious groups organized a silent march in Harlem on July 28, 1917...


Alicia Keys: I Experienced Prejudice Outside of New York City
The singer/composer of Mister & Peete on her indie film....


Fruitvale Station Wins Big at National Board of Review, NY Film Critics Awards
Plus, Steve McQueen takes home first Best Director win of the season....


Shonda Rhimes Covers the Hollywood Reporter
The writer finds positives in New York Times "angry Black woman" article....


Trinidad James Addresses New York Backlash
Rapper releases vlog titled, "The Truth Will Set You Free."...

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