Former WWE Star Michael Jones, Known As 'Virgil,' Dies at 61
He was best known for being the bodyguard for the “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase during his time in the WWF and WCW.
Lynda Gravátt, Acclaimed Broadway and Television Actress, Dies at 76
The award-winning actress appeared in several productions on stages in New York and played a pivotal role in the Washington D.C., theater community.
Jury Convicts Two Men On All Counts In Jam Master Jay Murder Trial
Ronald Washington, the famed DJ’s childhood friend, and Karl Jordan Jr., his godson, face life in prison after being convicted on all charges.
Popular TikTok Librarian Resigns To Prioritize Mental Health
Mychel Threets became a viral sensation after sharing his videos of “library joy" on social media.
Judge Rules That Texas School District's Suspension of Darryl George Over Length of His Locs Did Not Violate CROWN ACT
Darryl George, an 18-year-old student at Barbers Hill High School was first suspended from regular classes on Aug. 31, because he did not comply with the dress code.
Howard University To Debut First HBCU Ice Skating Team
The intercollegiate skating team will face the University of Delaware in its first competition.
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone Talks Her New Book ‘Far Beyond Gold Running From Fear To Faith
In her memoir, the Olympic gold medalist explores her journey and all the obstacles she had to overcome to become one of the greatest track and field athletes ever.
Hydeia Broadbent, Prominent AIDS Activist and Motivational Speaker, Dies at 39
She famously appeared on “A Conversation with Magic Johnson” at six years old where she discussed HIV awareness.
Black + Iconic: Shirley Chisholm
Howard University sophomore Rachel gives us the history behind the political leader's rise to the halls of power and the doors she opened.
Steph Curry and Sabrina Ionescu Set To Make History With 3-Point Shootout At All-Star Weekend
The two sharpshooters will compete in the first competition of its kind during All-Star Saturday Night.