Ketanji Brown Jackson Pens Rare Post-Execution Dissent After Missouri Executes Kevin Johnson
A special prosecutor alleged racial bias against Johnson’s prosecutor who was also involved in the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, Mo.
Georgia Senate Race Adds Up To the Most Expensive Political Contest Of 2022
The campaigns are raking in money, but tracing where it’s coming from can’t fully happen until the race is called.
Hakeem Jeffries: 5 Things To Know About The Incoming House Democratic Leader
The Brooklyn lawmaker skyrocketed to leadership in just 10 years of entering the House.
Google Doodle Honors Gaming Pioneer Jerry Lawson
He invented swappable video game cartridges in 1976.
CDC Director Slammed For Calling Tuskegee Study Victims’ Suffering A ‘Sacrifice’
The 40-year syphilis experiment by government doctors involved 600 Black men who unknowingly participated.
DOJ Files Proposal In Federal Court To Install Third Party Manager For Jackson, Miss. Water System
Residents of the majority Black city have suffered decades of unsafe drinking water.
Meghan Told Y’All: Royal Family Aide Resigns After Accusations Of Racism Against Black Palace Guest
Buckingham Palace has apologized.
Virginia Walmart Mass Shooting Survivor Files $50 Million Lawsuit Against Company
Donya Prioleau, the survivor and employee, alleges that Walmart continued to employ the shooter despite knowing he had “propensities for violence.”
Gun Violence Study Shows Black Male Homicide Rate Highest In The Natio
Firearm Deaths Among Black Women Have Increased Dramatically
Hope Remains For Brittney Griner’s Return Through Potential Prisoner Trade
Russian minister says the hopes of a prisoner exchange in 2022 aren’t impossible, however the WNBA star still faces a grueling sentence.