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Congressional Black Caucus Jobs Tour – First Stop in Cleveland Draws...

Congressional Black Caucus members Monday welcomed a reported 7,000 attendees to the first stop of its For the People Initiative Jobs Tour and promised...

Congressional Black Caucus Announces Five-City Jobs Tour

The Congressional Black Caucus on Wednesday said it would bring job fairs, town hall discussions and employment workshops to five cities in August as...

Savannah Port Deepening Project Gets Bi-Partisan Support from Atlanta Mayor and...

The state of Georgia is in a race against time and federal budget issues to get one of its most important economic projects completed.

No Place in Miami Runoff for “Luke” Campbell, but is He...

Voting day in for electing a new Mayor to lead Miami is here. Today, May 24th voters go to cast their votes for their choice. Former 2 Live Crew leading member, Luther “Luke” Campbell, attempts to launch his political career

Luther Campbell’s Me So Mayoral Policies

Taking another look into his candidacy, there are hard policy stances which could potentially change Miami.

First Family to Tour Alabama Tornado Damage This Morning

Wednesday’s tornado outbreak was the deadliest since 310 people were killed on April 3, 1974.

AME Church Seeks and Supports Justice at Florida’s Capitol

A Day of Prayer was in order as the Eleventh Episcopal District of the AME Church, under the leadership of Bishop McKinley Young, gathered recently at Florida’s Capitol in Tallahassee.

Former Rap Star Luther Campbell Planning Miami Mayoral Bid

So, how did a rap legend go from racy lyrics and overtly sexual suggestions in music to politician? For Campbell, it was simple. He opened his eyes and looked around his beloved hometown of Miami and was extremely disappointed with what greeted him.

VP Biden, Rep. Corrine Brown Lash Out at FL Gov. Over...

Both Vice President Joe Biden and Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown have recently lashed out at the state’s governor, Rick Scott, for killing the plan to bring rail to the Sunshine State.

Obama Promotes Academic Innovation at Miami Central Senior High School

President Obama was joined by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush on Friday at Miami Central Senior High School.