Haiti Crisis Prompts UN Leader to Insist On Sending Special Forces
The police are largely ineffective against the gangs that have taken control of the country.
Tyre Nichols Case: 5 Ex-Memphis Officers Charged -- What We Know So Far
Prosecutors brought charges as the city awaits the release of video footage of the deadly encounter
Black Youth In California See Double The Statewide Suicide Rate, Far Above Other Groups
The survey focused on suicide and self-harm trends at the start of the pandemic in 2020.
Black Driver Sues FedEx, Brookhaven Police Chief And Men Accused of Shooting At Him
D’Monterrio Gibson is seeking $5 million in damages.
College Board Says It Will Revise AP African American Studies Curriculum After Gov. DeSantis’ Rejection
Attorney Ben Crump has threatened a lawsuit, asking if DeSantis is ushering in an era of ‘free thought censorship.’
U.S Attorney Investigating Tyre Nichols Case Says ‘We Will Go Where Those Facts Take Us’
The 29-year-old died after being brutally assaulted by police.
Rep. George Santos: 10 Of The Most Bizarre Lies And Outlandish Half Truths Told So Far
The man who represents New York’s Third Congressional District has become less of a lawmaker and more of a national joke.
Deion Sanders’ Daughter Apologizes For ‘Exaggerated’ Comments About ‘Murders’ At Jackson State University
Her original comments described frequent shootings on campus.
Diamond From ‘Diamond and Silk’ Cause Of Death Revealed
A fundraiser was launched after her passing, raising over $115,000.
90 Percent Of Capital Gains Tax Breaks Go To White Taxpayers
The Department of the Treasury analysis finds that Black taxpayers don’t get to claim nearly as much in deductions as White ones.