Allen Iverson will sign a two year deal to play Basketball for the Turkish team, Besiktas according to Yahoo Sports. There was previous speculation that Iverson would join Stephon Marbury in China, but Iverson is expected to sign with Beskitas and begin playing there by October 29th. RELATED STORIES Allen Iverson Says He’s “Going Through […]

By Mark F. Gray After what was described as either a “heated” or “animated” conversation with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett last week, DeAngelo Hall put the big play back into the Washington Washington Football Team defense in Chicago. Hall finally took command of the unit he called “his” defense with an NFL record four interceptions […]

  “The segregationists and racists make no fine distinction between the Negro and the Jew.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The story of Black-Jewish relations in the US is a long and complex one. Jews were among those who worked to establish the NAACP in 1909 and African-American newspapers were among the first in the US to […]

By MARK F. GRAY If someone had told Mike Shanahan that his team could go into their bye week at 5-3 when the Washington Washington Football Team opened training camp in July he probably would have shrugged it off as wishful thinking. However, with victories in their final two games before the hiatus the Washington […]

Yesterday, over 200 people gathered around the shuttered DC9 at a vigil for Ali Ahmed Mohammed, who died last Friday after being allegedly beaten by five club employees. And while the vigil’s first speaker pledged that the event would serve to remember Mohammed and not revisit the murky details of what happened the morning of […]

A squabble at a council meeting in a Georgia city has caught the attention of the NAACP after a white councilman told his black counterpart that he should be working in a cotton field.

Democrats are trying to change the political game by using First Lady Michelle Obama to get voters, especially women, to the polls in November. The Washington Watch roundtable of panelists, contributor Deborah Mathis; Race and Ethnicity Editor for the Associated Press, Sonya Ross; “Roll Call TV” host Robert Traynham; and Sirius XM Radio’s Joe […]

Losing a home to foreclosure can be a heart-wrenching and economically crippling experience for a family. But when a family loses their home just because the bank or mortgage lender dragged their feet on a modification or even engaged in fraudulent behavior, not only is it financially and emotionally devastating, it is downright unconscionable and […]

By MARK F. GRAY These are not the Indianapolis Colts of 2007, 2008, or 2009 and when you create opportunities you have to cash on them. The Washington Washington Football Team could not find a way to take full advantage of the chances created by the special teams and defense and fell 27-24 on a […]

Radio One’s 30th Anniversary is all about giving back to our communities. On October 14, 2010 our Corporate staff visited the DC Central Kitchen to help prepare meals for the homeless.