About Bruce C.T. Wright

Bruce is based in New York City and mainly covers politics, culture, race and criminal justice. He previously worked at the Washington Post, the New York Times and the Boston Globe’s Boston.com, where he was a part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team that covered the Boston Marathon bombing and manhunt. Follow him @ BCTW on social media.

Donald Trump not only failed George Floyd but also Black America with policing and criminal justice reform, the Biden Campaign said in an exclusive statement to NewsOne.

Former rapper Dee Barnes, who was brutally beaten by Dr. Dre years ago, said the video of Diddy attacking Cassie was "triggering."

Ex-State’s Attorney for Baltimore, Marilyn Mosby, is set to be sentenced for federal mortgage fraud.

The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office, whose deputy killed Airman Roger Fortson under questionable circumstances, has a checkered history including reckless violence and crime.

Ava DuVernay’s independent distribution company spotlights Black mothers whose sons were the victims of police brutality.

The pending ban has become a political tool amid partisan efforts to appeal to Black voters.

The independent presidential candidate named the BLM-LA co-founder and Pan African Studies professor Melina Abdullah as his 2024 running mate.

"Let's talk about context,” Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright said about Donald Trump's "bloodbath" threat over possibly losing another election.

Black candidates rose and fall as the general elections continue to take shape.

Tanya Hoffler-Moore, the vice president of video at iOne Digital, is being honored as a trailblazer at this year's African American Women in Cinema Film Festival.

The renowned AIDS activist was just 39.