It is, depending on your point of view, the sad downfall of a loveable rogue – or comeuppance for a Congressional baron with an outsized sense of entitlement, who had long lost touch with the voters he was supposed to serve.
If Rosa Parks was the mother of the modern US civil-rights movement, Dorothy Height was its queen.
It was once the powerhouse of black American politics. But a series of scandals among its leading figures has soured Harlem's reputation
The baring of lives and souls