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Jackson, Mississippi, Mayor Chokwe Lumumba is the city's second mayor to die in office in recent years.
Why Mitt Romney’s refusal to come clean about his taxes matters in his quest for the presidency.
Disney puts a Black princess face on watermelon candy, Obama’s re-election drives gun sales, Kony 2012 campaign launched, plus more of the week’s top stories in Black America.
Mississippi's Supreme Court ruled that former Gov. Haley Barbour acted within his authority by pardoning nearly 200 convicts in his final days in office.
Haley Barbour, the recently-recently retired governor of Mississippi, says he stands by his to pardon 200 convicts.
Jamie and Gladys Scott recently discovered they weren’t pardoned by outgoing governor Haley Barbour and now they’re pushing for new Mississippi Governor Republican Gov. Phil Bryant to grant their request.
Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour’s willingness to give convicted murderers and rapists a pass, but ignore the needs of two Black women who stole just $11 is appalling.
Jon Huntsman says that revealing all of the details about the sexual harassment claims will enable the GOP presidential field to focus on more critical issues.
Obama impersonator Reggie Brown was ushered off stage during his performance at the Republican Leadership Conference after making offensive jokes about the president and GOP presidential candidates.
Early estimates indicate flooding swamped 450,000 acres of cropland and caused more than $250 million in damages to agriculture in Mississippi alone.