Cornel West, the noted scholar and activist, has announced his third-party candidacy for president of the United States in the 2024 election.

Mommy makeovers are becoming popular, but the plastic surgery procedures have come under scrutiny since the sudden loss of Ms Jacky Oh.

The federal government is being called out.

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene suggested, without any proof, that people at a white supremacy protest in Texas were actually federal government agents in disguise.

Miles Morales returns in high-flying action for 'Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,' a sequel that packs on a lot yet saves room for more.

Here's how teachers can stay true to history without breaking new laws that restrict what they can teach about racism in a way that’s fair, true and completely accurate.

As a grand jury hears evidence against Daniel Penny, New York City has a history of grand jury decisions centered on vigilante subway violence and a chokehold death. Bernard Goetz and Eric Garner, anyone?

Ajike "AJ" Owens' family is demanding action.

The Iowa school employee was placed on leave.

The "Undisputed" Betting odds are set.

New lawsuit, same heinous accusations.

The teen who refused to give his Citi Bike bike to Sarah Jane Comrie and his family spoke out about the viral incident.

Award-winning author and journalist asha bandele remembers Harry Belafonte as a master strategist.

Award-winning journalist Jemele Hill gets candid in an exclusive interview for NewsOne's inaugural digital cover.

The Hollywood Walk Of Fame is definitely missing these Black music icons. The post 20 Black Musicians Who Deserve A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame appeared first on Black America Web.

Naomi Osaka took to Instagram to reveal that she and her boyfriend Cordae are expecting a baby girl together.

Out of all the Black musicians-turned-actors who made their way to the small screen, these are our favorite guest cameos.

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As shown on "The View," Tim Scott and other conservatives are still trying to argue that Obama's presidency proves racism in America is over. That display of tap dancing is so tired.

Tim Scott announced his presidential campaign in the same week as the third anniversary of George Floyd's murder, drawing attention to claims he "doomed" police reform to fail in the Senate.

Cherelle Parker is the favorite to become the city's 100th mayor, the first woman and first Black woman to serve in the role.

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Ajike "AJ" Owens' killer hasn't been arrested or charged by the Marion County Sheriff’s office because of "stand your ground," but the shooter shot Owens through a door.

One of the biggest concerns of community members is how the money will actually be allocated. 

Cyrus Carmack-Belton’s murder by Rich Chow draws attention to the worst stereotypes among Black and Asian relations.

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Our Forever First Lady has launched a new health company.

Bowie State University is officially naming its theater at the HBCU's performing arts center after music legend Dionne Warwick.

Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was honored with a street renaming for her in Miami, where she was raised.

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Single mom, host and performer Miss Lissa identifies some effective tips for co-parenting in this latest MILF MANUAL column.

Crowdfunding services like GoFundMe and GiveSendGo primarily benefit the most privileged. Just ask Daniel Penny, Jordan Neely's killer.

This budget season, the D.C. Council has an incredible opportunity to reflect on the lessons of progressive, pandemic spending. The Council will take its final vote on the budget on Tuesday.

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The NAACP issued its travel advisory stating that “Florida has become hostile to Black Americans.” Two weeks later Ajike Owens was killed.

The first openly gay HBCU football player, Byron Perkins, revealed his new boyfriend to the world for Pride Month in a social media post.

The allegedly racist white woman who killed Ajike "AJ" Adams, an unarmed Black mother of four in a dispute over an iPad in Ocala, Florida, has been identified on social media as Susan Lorincz.

Atlanta City Council voted to approve an 85-acre police and firefighter training center, which has been coined “Cop City.”

'Small Doses' host Amanda Seales explores "green colonialism" and how climate change harms certain communities more than others.

Keke Palmer took to Instagram to share an inspirational message about growth and success and on what to place value.

How do credit scores work? Two finance professors explain how lenders choose who gets loans and at what interest rate.

The list of notable white people to use the N-word without full accountability has grown. A school employee in Iowa calling a Black student the reprehensible slur is the latest example of that truth.

From Judge Joe Brown to Citi Bike Karen, get caught up with this visual journey through the past seven days of the top Black news stories of the week.