A state-by-state look at superstorm’s effects

Here's what is happening after the massive storm that started out as Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast.

Ark. Medical Society opposes medical marijuana

The medical group announced its opposition to a ballot item that would legalize medical use of marijuana.

Campbell, 1st black Olympic decathlon winner, dies

Milt Campbell and went on to play pro football and become a motivational speaker. He died at the age of ...

NFL, players’ union donates $1 million to Red Cross

The NFL and the players' union are combining to donate $1 million to the American Red Cross.

Campaign 2012 Series Pt. 3 – Examining Women’s votes

JET examines three groups of constituents that candidates are trying to woo and look at how they relate to Black ...

Two Young People Charged in Student Shooting Death

Chicago police charged two suspects involved in the shooting death of high schooler Terrence Wright, according to News One. The ...

JET Magazine Turns 61: Covers From ’51 to ’60

In honor of our 61st anniversary, we have compiled covers from 1951 to 1960.

Obama: Romney is not an agent of change

President Barack Obama is asking for four more years to complete changes he's been trying to usher in since his ...

Meningitis outbreak reaches 377 illnesses, 29 dead

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention totals 377 illnesses and 29 deaths related to the meningitis outbreak.

Storm postpones Nets opener; NYC Marathon continues

The Nets' regular-season debut in Brooklyn will have to wait. The New York City Marathon, however, is good to go.

Obama to resume campaigning on Thursday

President Barack Obama plans to return to the campaign trail on Thursday with stops in Wisconsin, Nevada and Colorado.

Fans start lining up for SF Giants parade

Orange-and-black clad hordes flooded the San Francisco streets to celebrate the 2012 World Series champion Giants.

LeBron celebrates win with golden shoes

To celebrate winning a gold trophy, reigning NBA MVP LeBron James is wearing gold shoes.

Teacher uses multicultural dolls to establish heritage

Robin Hickman uses dolls depicting a variety of races and nationalities to create new role models for children.

New UN “atlas” links climate change, health

U.N. "Atlas of Health and Climate" shows there are meningitis spikes when dust storms hit.

Obama cancels rally to monitor storm

The President cancelled an Orlando campaign rally to monitor Hurricane Sandy preparation.

SF Giants take World Series title

The SF Giants defeated the Detroit Tigers in four games to win their seventh World Series title.

Facebook used to kidnap, traffic Indonesian girls

27 missing indonesian children are believed to have been abducted after meeting their captors on Facebook.

Lil Wayne released from hospital, thanks fans

After recovering from a migraine and dehydration, Lil Wayne thanked his fans who prayed for him.

Despite President, poll shows prejudice against Blacks

A poll finds racial attitudes unimproved since the United States elected its first black president.

Hurricane Sandy Moves Toward East Coast

Hurricane Sandy will hit cities across the East Cost near Washington D.C. the hardest according to meteorologists.