Explainer: What’s All The Drama Between Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg and Donald Trump?

The former president is throwing verbal flames at the prosecutor, who is investigating him for allegedly paying hush money to an adult film star.

Study: Colleges Face Loss Of Racial Diversity If Supreme Court Scraps Affirmative Action

The conservative-dominated high court could soon ban race-conscious college admissions.

U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Hopes To Make History As The First Black Woman To Be Elected Mayor Of Houston

The longtime congresswoman is joining a crowded race to replace Mayor Sylvester Turner.

Vice President Kamala Harris Kicks Off African Tour As Admin Seeks To Strengthen Relations

The Vice President’s diplomatic skills will be under scrutiny as she works to rebuild ties within and throughout the continent.

Here’s How R. Kelly Will Pay $4 Million To One Of His Victims

Heather Williams won a civil sexual assault case against the singer in 2019, but a judge says she’ll have access to more than cash

Justice Department Probing Civil Rights Violations Involving Mississippi Sheriff's Deputies

Officers are accused of shoving a gun into the mouths of two Black men who were being held.

Majority White Legislatures Taking Control Of Predominantly Black Cities In Emerging Pattern

‘Right-wing extremists’ with a racist agenda are taking away Black rights to self-determination, says activist.

Leroy Chapman Jr. Named First Black Atlanta Journal-Constitution Editor-In-Chief; 3 Ways He Wants To Win In This New Role

The new head of Georgia’s largest newspaper has thoughts on how he would like to lead.

Bring That Week Back: Tekashi 6ix9ine Attacked, Justice For Ronald Greene And See Blac Chyna’s New Look Without Face Fillers

Also, Uganda passes a disturbing anti-LGBTQ bill.

What We Know About Magic Johnson’s Bid To Buy Washington Commanders

The Los Angeles Lakers legend knows a few things about purchasing professional sports franchises.

Can Name, Image, Likeness Deals Help Level The Playing Field For HBCU Athletes? Yes, And Here’s Why

Analysis: HBCUs are now all out of the NCAA basketball tournaments, but the idea of NIL deal bringing leverage to them becomes an appealing strategy.