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DNC Looks to Partner With Black Bloggers At Midterms, Beyond

In an effort to further spur outreach efforts to African Americns in time for the November mid-terms, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine held an on-the-record meeting with some of the nation's most influential members of the black blogosphere.

CBCF’s ALC 2010 National Town Hall Challenges Public to Erase Knowledge...

A virtual "Who's-Who" of educators and school policy wonks will gather at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on Thursday, September 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Town Hall Meeting.

CBCF’s Annual Legislative Conference in Full Swing

Today marks the start of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's 40th Annual Legislative Conference.

Obama Touts Education As Key to Success

President Barack Obama today delivered a back to school address at Julia R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School in Philadelphia, PA.

Broadband Expansion Efforts Persist Nationwide

Yesterday, Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack announced an additional $518 million in new broadband grants.

Obama Sees Window of Opportunity for Middle East

On the heels of a major speech in Iraq, and the transfer of power from U.S. Military forces back to the Iraqi government, the Obama Administration is looking toward a new “window of opportunity” to broker peace in the Middle East, beginning with Israel and Palestine.

Obama Working Toward Jobs, Economic Growth

In a speech delivered Monday in the Presidential Rose Garden, Obama emphasized that he and his economic team are "focused, every single day, on pushing this economy forward, repairing the damage that's been done to the middle class over the past decade, and promoting the growth we need to get our people back to work."

Can Policymakers Help Rebuild the Black Family?

Despite the attainment of certain trappings of socio-economic success, and the political and cultural victory we felt with the election of Barack Hussein Obama as the nation's 44th President, the Black Family is in disrepair and needs some fixing.

Congressman Edolphus Towns: ‘Employment Zone’ Key for Jobs

In an exclusive interview with Politic365, Congressman Edolphus "Ed" Towns (D-NY) gave us a first-hand look at his solution for job growth and economic...

Broadband: A Down Payment on the U.S. Competitive Position

Commenting on the importance of investment in innovation, Biden claimed a limited role for the federal government in "provid[ing] the seeds," but noted, "it's the private sector that's going to make them grow. That's why we're investing so much in broadband."