A lawsuit aims to fix the harm a bogus interest rate has had on Charm City's finances.
The pioneering DJ's death at age 96 comes as the curtains close on a radio company that he helped found.
Speaking to the press and The Root, the group's leaders dispelled misconceptions about their stance.
After funding primary upsets in both parties, a right-wing group is taking aim at the New York lawmaker.
His partner, Walter Naegle, and Julian Bond weigh in on the life of the civil rights strategist.
This Unsung Hero was a bail bondsman for civil rights activists as well as a radio pioneer.
At 106, Marguirette Levere proves that community service is a lifelong pursuit.
One of the first black Marines, Theodore Peters, tells The Root why he still serves his community after all these years.
The U.S. Department of Education's innovation chief works to create equal opportunities for all students.