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Nebraska boy found playing in claw machine after mom reports him missing

An adorable 3-year-old Nebraska boy became a claw machine's top prize after apparently climbing into the coin-operated game. Read more...

‘Soul Train’ is coming to Broadway after decades on TV as a stage for African-American artists

The next stop for the television song-and-dance showcase “Soul Train” will be Broadway. Read more...

Pathmark manager tossed Bronx mom out of store "because you're black": suit

A Co-op City Pathmark manager added insult to injury by escorting a customer out of the store following a racially charged slur from another patron, a new lawsuit charges. Read more...

Sean Combs to deliver Howard University’s commencement speech

Entertainer and entrepreneur Sean Combs will deliver Howard University's commencement speech this year in Washington. Read more...

Virginia woman mowed down husband, beat him as he tried to crawl away: cops

A jilted Virginia woman was arrested after she drove the wrong way down a one-way street to cut down her husband and tried to kick him to death as he crawled away, police said. Read more...

Children’s author and her young son die in New Jersey house fire

A children's author died while reportedly trying to save her 8-year-old son from an overnight house fire in New Jersey Sunday which tragically took both their lives. Read more...

Truck's bad parking job shamed with hilarious chalk graffiti

Shaming bad parking just got serious Read more...

Rosa Parks' civil rights memorabilia remains in Harlem warehouse as legal battle continues

Rosa Parks' lifetime belongings continue to sit unsold in a Harlem warehouse. Read more...

President Obama talks voter rights at Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network convention

President Obama delivered the keynote speech at Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network Friday afternoon, where he blamed Republicans for trying to keep Americans from voting and encouraged New Yorkers to exercise their right to vote. Read more...

Long overdue honor for first African-American recording star buried in Queens

A century after he was buried in an unmarked grave at Maple Grove Cemetery, the first African-American recording star is being given his due. Read more...