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Harlem has become a hotbed for entrepreneurship. Business incubators and gentrification are shaping the business scene.

Team Trump wants to hold an event on the campus of Howard University, but the university has not invited the presidential candidate.

Dubbed “Heal our Communities,” the event was hosted by The Amadou Diallo Foundation, an initiative launched by his mother to focus on racial healing through education.

A wave of gentrification threatens Langston Hughes' house. But a group of Black artists are battling to save the historic house.

A win for Espaillat would set him up to become the first Dominican-American elected to Congress – if he wins the general election in November.

Charlie Rangel, the charismatic congressman from New York, began his tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives on this day in 1970 after he defeated Harlem’s beloved incumbent, Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Rangel is the second-longest serving House member and is its most senior member as well. Charles Bernard Rangel was born June 11, 1930 […]

WNBA Star Brittney Griner’s personal life seems to be overshadowing her basketball career. On Sunday, several cyber bullies took to Twitter to wish the Phoenix Mercury star a Happy Father’s Day. In 2015, 25-year-old Griner divorced her wife Glory Johnson while Johnson was carrying the couple’s twins. Johnson gave birth in October, through a surrogate, […]

Stephanie St. Clair was a notable crime boss in Harlem, New York who worked alongside fellow gangster Ellsworth “Bumpy” Johnson. St. Clair’s numbers operation was so prominent, it caught the attention of the Mob and sparked a brief but violent war. St. Clair was born on the island of Martinique in 1886 and arrived in […]

Just hours off his victory in the New Hampshire primaries Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders swept into New York City's predominantly Black community of Harlem to meet MSNBC host and civil rights leader the Rev. Al Sharpton in an effort to help garner support from African-American voters.

The awards' theme, eloquently titled Cocktails, Cinema & Revolution, will honor famed director Ava DuVernay, MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Lives Matter, and actor Hill Harper on Feb. 10.

Monica was out promoting her eighth, banging studio album, "Code Red" in this once in a lifetime Interludes performance. Which Monica songs do you love from back in the day?