A suburban Atlanta woman who calls herself and her boyfriend “Bonnie and Clyde” is on the run after she had her boyfriend shoot her baby…
Staying fit should not be a temporary change, but a lifestyle one, fitness owner and National Fitness Spokesperson for the National Heart Association believes.
“We wish to plead our own cause. Too long have others spoken for us in things which concern us dearly.” When Samuel Cornish and John Russwurm wrote those words on the front page of their Freedom’s Journal newspaper 181 years ago, they were sta
Even though she won’t start until January 2009, Paula Allen-Meares has big plans as the first Black chancellor for the University of Illinois-Chicago.
DETROIT Auto industry cutbacks, double-digit unemployment and one of the nation’s highest home foreclosure rates have left Detroit with a dreary economic future.
Michelle Obama has all of a sudden become the center of attention in the election because she is perceived by John McCain’s people to have made Barack Obama vulnerable to an attack on his loyalty to the country.
Economists have said the soft economy has many poor families struggling to make ends meet and now with a hike in the local sales tax, tourists and residents said they will now look outside of Cook County for shopping opportunities.
WASHINGTON Financial regulators on Monday announced an information-sharing agreement aimed at better detecting potential risks to the U.S. financial system.
WASHINGTON Consumers boosted their borrowing in May, mostly reflecting heavy credit card use to finance their purchases.
The congregation at St. Sabina Catholic Church rose to its feet and erupted with cheer last Sunday when they learned they would have only one more Sunday without their longtime pastor in the pulpit.
Prosecutors must prove that R&B singer R. Kelly produced and possessed the videotape of allegedly a teenage girl and him having sex.
Dear Gwendolyn: My brother wants to remove my grandmother from her home where she has lived for over 50 years.
In our offices here at the Defender, we have a photo hanging on the wall of Oscar DePriest. DePriest was the first African American elected to Chicago’s City Council and later became the first African American elected to Congress from a northern state. He