Bennie Thompson said the Jan. 6 Committee that he chaired could serve "as a model" for Brazil to investigate its own insurrection.

Funnyman Kenan Thompson has been making fans laugh for more than a decade on television. The Atlanta, Georgia native primed his acting and comedy chops in the 1990s as one of the original cast members of Nickelodeon's All That. Here are a few things you may not know about the star's incredible career.

Congress has announced $600 million in federal funds to fix Jackson’s water crisis.

Jackson mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba declared a local state of emergency due to the city’s low to no water pressure in certain areas. 

Bill Cosby was sued in New York by five women who are all alleging he sexually assaulted or raped them. His rep says it's "about the money."

Legendary literary giant Dr. Maya Angelou will be featured on the U.S. quarter.

Following a legendary run between 1989 and 1994, then a short revival in 2013 that lasted a year, 'The Arsenio Hall Show' will see yet another reincarnation for a limited run during the upcoming 'Netflix Is a Joke Festival.'

The exciting online learning program will allow HBCU students to take courses for college credit and to connect with peers and scholars from other historically Black institutions across the country.

The concept of political sabotage is far from out of the question in 2023.

The satire video, which has amassed more than 460,000 likes on Youtube and over 27,000 retweets on Twitter, had Black people on social media buckled over in laughter, not because it was offensive, but the clip foreshadows how the N-word has become so deeply ingrained in our culture today.

The family of Kawaski Trawick was reacting with outrage at a prosecutor's decision against criminally charging the NYPD cops who Tasered, shot and killed him in his apartment.

Crystal Mason, a Black woman jailed for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 presidential election while on supervised release for a federal conviction, is asking for her conviction to be overturned.