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Burkina Faso Experiences Second Coup In Less Than Eight Months

Military leaders have ousted President Damiba as violence continues in the nation.
10/02/2022

Comedian Axed From Carnival Cruises For Using ‘N-Word’

Rob O’Reilly has a history of telling disgusting racist jokes in person and on social media.
09/27/2022

Ohio Man Convicted By Feds After Scamming Over $800,000 From Investors Posing As African Prince

Daryl Robert Harrison ran the con for over six years.
09/22/2022

School Bus Driver's Arrest For Allegedly Assaulting Black Children Isn't Enough, Mother Says

Nequania Carter has since removed her children from the school district.
09/21/2022

Bernard Shaw, Iconic CNN Anchor Who Covered Major Historical News Events, Dies At 82

He was best known for leading the network's anchor desk for 20 years; Shaw led a venerable career in journalism.
09/08/2022

Deputy Doesn’t Regret Taking Pictures Of Kobe Bryant’s Remains

Douglas Johnson said another deputy instructed him to take the pictures.
08/14/2022

Kentucky AG Defends Breonna Taylor Probe After Feds Charge Cops Involved In Her Death

Attorney General Daniel Cameron is “proud of the work of our investigators and prosecutors.”
08/07/2022

Foot Locker Invested $54 Million To Support The Black Community

The athletic retailer committed to investing $200 million over the next five years.
08/02/2022

Houston DJ, D Baby, Dies After Falling From Girlfriend’s Apartment Balcony

The 23-year-old’s girlfriend says in a Facebook post, she was dropped off to her apartment “intoxicated.”
07/17/2022

OP-ED: Racist Massacre In New York Reminds Us Much More Is Needed On Racial Equity

Billionaire Robert F. Smith hopes to dismantle injustice by tackling social disparities.
07/08/2022