Texas Teen Suspended for Hairstyle Sues Gov. Greg Abbott
The student and his family are accusing the governor and the state’s attorney general of allegedly failing to enforce the state’s CROWN Act.
Tory Lanez New Prison Life Starts with New Diet
The rapper was sentenced to ten years for shooting Megan Thee Stallion.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Flips from Democrat to Republican
The mayor was reelected in May with 93 percent of the vote.
Scholar Ibram X. Kenid's Anti-Racism Center At Boston University Under Investigation
Former employees have alleged mismanagement of grant funds and a toxic work environment.
Trial Underway For Ex-Aurora, Colo, Cops Accused Of Elijah McClain's death
Body camera footage revealed that McClain was wrestled to the ground, crying “I can’t breathe” numerous times.
Los Angeles City Councilman In Center Of Racial Scandal Running For Reelection
Kevin de León refused to resign for his involvement in a leaked recording of racist comments and a plot to diminish Black political power.
Nine Deputies Indicted For Death Of Black Memphis Jail Inmate
Gershun Freeman was “punched, kicked, and kneeled on his back” during an altercation with correction officers while in custody.
Fired Black TikTok Employees File Federal Complaint Alleging Workplace Racial Discrimination
The EEOC filing says the company retaliated against them for complaining to HR about racist managers.
The Weight of the State: Much on the Line for Louisiana’s Primary Elections
Louisiana’s voters have a lot to consider as they head to the polls to pick their new governor.
Senate Confirms USAF Gen. Charles ‘C.Q.’ Brown As Head of Joint Chiefs of Staff
Brown’s confirmation was unanimous with a 83-11 vote.