ABOUT Chana Garcia
May 28, 2010
The highest paid child star of his day, Coleman lived his adult life in the tabloids before his death at age 42.
Why the vice president is "a big f***ing" deal in Delaware, especially among African Americans.
Plus, Michelle Obama's straight talk and why blacks shouldn't be afraid of the Census
Plus, the obese go hungry in the South Bronx, Chicago foreclosures, MJ's afterlife payday, and more
Plus: Rev. Wright Defends Obama, U.S. Blacks May Get First Saint, More
From Senate jester to prime-time player, how Sen. Roland Burris may have punked the Democrats.
October 05, 2009
Supporters of health care reform have been waiting for Democrats to re-energize the debate. Who knew slinging mud was the answer?
As public debate on health care continues, it's apparent that not just the 47 million uninsured in this country stand to lose big. The American public is squandering an opportunity to advance the conversation surrounding health care reform, while political officials exploit our collective anxiety.
Last week, the often controversial and always conservative William Saletan published a piece about the link between race and cancer outcomes. But do genetic differences between races just a slippery slope toward outright racism?