35,000 Expected to Participate in the Army Ten-Miler RaceMore than 35,000 people are expected to participate in the Army Ten-Miler race.
Triathlon Shuts Down Streets in Downtown D.C.Officials in Washington are preparing for the 2015 Events DC Nation's Triathlon, which is being held in the city this weekend.
Study: Blind People Can Be RacistDespite visual impairments, blind people sometimes make judgments about others based on race just as individuals with healthy sight do, according to a new study.
Pimlico Official Says Preakness Could Move to Sunday in 2016Preakness officials are considering moving the Triple Crown race to Sunday, a switch that could come as soon as next year.
George Zimmerman Says He Was Victimized By Obama Increasing Racial TensionsSpeaking out for the first time since the Justice Department cleared him of all charges, George Zimmerman criticized President Obama saying he was victimized by heightened racial tensions following the death of Travyon Martin.
Starbucks Encourages Baristas to Discuss Race With CustomersThe coffee company on every corner known for its green and white logo and pumpkin spice lattes now wants to serve up a side of serious dialogue with your grande vanilla latte.
Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Road ClosuresThe Rock 'n' Roll Marathon is underway in D.C., and numerous roads are closed through Saturday afternoon.
Poll: 43 Percent Of Americans Believe Race Relations Are BadAccording to a new poll, 43 percent of Americans think race relations are bad.
Ben Stein: Obama 'Is The Most Racist President There Has Ever Been'Economist Ben Stein believes the White House is playing the race card in an effort to get African-Americans to vote against Republicans.
African-American Professor: Reagan Did More To Help Black Education Than ObamaDr. Jahi Issa credits President Reagan with doing more to help fund black teachers at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Poll: 75 Percent Of Whites Don't Have Any Non-White FriendsStudy shows that on average white Americans have 91 out of 100 white friends, and only one black friend.
Obama Again Wading Into Racially Charged Matter That Has Riveted NationFor President Barack Obama, the intersection of race and the law has revealed both the pitfalls and the power of wading into these delicate matters as the nation's first black president.