As COVID-19 Public Emergency Expires, Black Funeral Home Directors Note The Deadly Toll It Took

The pandemic disproportionately took Black lives. Those tasked with handling the deaths remember how bad it got.

Florida Surgeon General Altered State Covid-19 Study To Reflect His Anti-Vax Views

Dr. Joseph Ladapo, a Ron DeSantis appointee, has faced backlash from the medical community.

Black, Hispanic Patients More Likely To Develop Lasting Symptoms After COVID


Irene Cara's Sad Last Days Revealed

Her neighbors shared that the 63-year-old singer/ songwriter was hella private and did not socialize with them– especially after COVID hit.

Will Smith Tests Positive For COVID, Greets 'Emancipation' Premiere Audience Via Zoom

He tested positive an hour before the premiere.

Highly-Anticipated Drake And 21 Savage Collab On Hold After Producer Contracts COVID

Producer Noah "40" Shebib contracted COVID while finishing Savage 21 and Drake's latest collab.

COVID-19 Pandemic Caused Higher Rates Of Anxiety For Black And Brown Americans, Study Finds

This is in addition to a higher infection rate that persisted during the past two years.

Kyrie Irving Says COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Was Among ‘Biggest Violations’ Of Human Rights Ever


Exclusive: A Conversation With Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot – Facing The Challenges As The Windy City Emerges From The Pandemic

In’s latest ‘Conversation With the Mayor’ we go to Chicago where the mayor explains how she has dealt with crime, the economy and other issues and how it has framed her.

OPINION: Are Pulse Oximeters Ultimately Harmful To Black Medical Patients?

The devices were thought of as a useful tool during the pandemic, but their limitations can be harmful for patients of color.

COVID-19 Killed Rural Black, Latino Victims At Much Higher Rates Than Whites, Research Shows

Many living in poor rural communities lack access to healthcare facilities and information, researchers say.