Knicks lift ban on Charles Oakley, but he wants apology

www.espn.com New York Knicks lifted their ban on former player Charles Oakley on Tuesday, sources told ESPN, but Oakley says he just wants an apology. "It's...

Why 7 Deadly Diseases Strike Blacks Most

www.webmd.com By Daniel J. DeNoon Several deadly diseases strike black Americans harder and more often than they do white Americans.Fighting back means genetic research. It means...

Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn Resigns Over Contacts With Russia

www.latimes.com By: Michael A. Memoli Contact Reporter Michael Flynn resigned late Monday as President Trump’s national security advisor, following mounting scrutiny over his conflicting accounts of contacts with...

Charles Oakley defends himself after the Knicks’ public insinuations: ‘I’m not...

www.yahoo.com By: Kelly Dwyer Charles Oakley never should have been asked a question about alcoholism, he never should have been forced into defining his relationship with...

Police Chief: Decision made more than a month ago not to...

www.readfrontier.org   By DYLAN GOFORTH   "We just didn't like the way it represented Tulsa and the police department," Police Chief Chuck Jordan said. The Tulsa Police Department chose...

Dr. Olivia J. Hooker, 101: Last Survivor Of Black Wall...

By Eagle Newswire   Home to over 10,000 Black residents, Black Wall Street, also known as the Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa, Okla., was one of the...