The 47-year-old Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service came to an end with a seemingly amicable divorce, two newspaper executives said.
Washington Post Media Thursday named Katharine Weymouth as its next chief executive.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan offered a stern warning in Atlanta that the U.S. political climate is threatening to African-American men.
The youngest daughter of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King attended Black Entertainment Television’s award ceremony Saturday in Atlanta.
"Bodies... the Exhibition," a display of preserved human cadavers and body parts, attracted little interest on its opening day in Atlanta.
Major U.S. newspapers lost 1.9 percent of circulation in the six months ended March 31, continuing a 20-year downward trend.
America's top political and corporate leaders joined 5,000 mourners Saturday to say final goodbyes to Maynard Jackson, Atlanta's first black mayor.
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