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France to Increase Air Strikes in Syria After Terror Attacks

By Staff   Teams of terrorists, armed with AK 47’s and bombs strapped to them, attacked sites throughout Paris in unison,...

Colleges and Universities Hold Protests in Support of Students at University of Missouri

By Staff   Students at several U.S. colleges and universities plan to hold walk-outs and protests this week, in support of students at...

University of Missouri President Resigns After Protests Against Campus Racism

(TriceEdneyWire.com) — Tim Wolfe, president of the University of Missouri, announced in a Monday news conference that he was resigning...

Miss Black New York Inspires Local Youth to Dream Big

By Staff   Area women’s organizations encouraged local youth to dream big by inviting the current Miss Black New York to speak at...

RCSD School Board Will Present School Receivership Forum Nov. 14

By Staff   The Rochester City School District Board of Education will present a school receivership forum Saturday, Nov. 14, from 10...

President Obama Rejects Construction of Keystone XL Pipeline

By Staff   President Barack Obama rejected a request from TransCanada Corp. for the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline Nov. 6,...

Judge Dismisses Second-Degree Murder Charges in Charles Tan Case

By Staff   Monroe County Court Judge James Piampiano has dismissed the second-degree murder charges against 20-year-old Charles Tan, a...

Dinolfo Wins County Executive Seat, Republicans Hold on to County Positions

By Staff   Republican Cheryl Dinolfo won the coveted Monroe County executive seat Nov. 3, garnering 56 percent of the vote, while her...

Study: Success of HBCU Alumni Exceeds that of Black Grads from Other Institutions

By Zenitha Prince   (Trice Edney Wire) – Despite their ongoing struggles, HBCUs are doing a better job than other institutions...

Students Protest in Support of Fired South Carolina School Officer

By Staff   Students at a school in South Carolina protested the recent firing of a school resource officer by walking out of classes...